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Free Things To Do In London At Christmas 2018 12 Nov 2018

Great list below from the Londonist for anyone spending time in London or the UK through the Holiday Season.  In addition to those items below there are several very popular Broadway shows performing in London in addition to the shows originating in the UK.  Check your dates and the schedules for Motown – The Musical, Aladdin, The Phantom Of The Opera, The Book of Mormon, Les Miserables, Wicked, Mamma Mia!, and Chicago The Musical among many other great theatre options in the West End and beyond.

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is an expensive time of year, especially in London, so indulge in these free ways to get into the festive spirit in the capital. You won’t have to spend a penny — though of course there are plenty of chances to get rid of your money if you’re […]

Sure, if you want to have a go on those funfair rides, go ice skating, watch the circus, get some food and drink, do your Christmas shopping at the Christmas market or enter the ice kingdom, you’ll have to pay (and steeply too). But just for wandering, it’s completely free.

As with Winter Wonderland, you could spend a decent amount of dosh here if you were so inclined. The 1920s Spiegeltent has an impressive line-up of shows, from burlesque carols to silent discos, and of course you’ll have to pay if you want to see Santa, or tuck into food or drink. Otherwise, you can pass a short amount of time here, enjoying the pretty lights for free, and snapping a few Instagram shots. It’s much smaller than Winter Wonderland though — you’d struggle to spend a whole afternoon here.

Top of the list is Southbank Centre’s Winter Market (9 November-27 December), a cute collection of wooden chalets decked in sparkling lights, right next to the river. Head further east along the Christmas by the River (29 November-2 January), a Christmas market next to City Hall, with a backdrop of Tower Bridge. Lovely.

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Great list below from the Londonist for anyone spending time in London or the UK through the Holiday Season.  In addition to those items below there are several very popular Broadway shows performing in London in addition to the shows originating in the UK.  Check your dates and the schedules for Motown – The Musical, Aladdin, The Phantom Of The Opera, The Book of Mormon, Les Miserables, Wicked, Mamma Mia!, and Chicago The Musical among many other great theatre options in the West End and beyond. things to do in london uk
is an expensive time of year, especially in London, so indulge in these free ways to get into the festive spirit in the capital. You won’t have to spend a penny — though of course there are plenty of chances to get rid of your money if you’re […] Sure, if you want to have a go on those funfair rides, go ice skating, watch the circus, get some food and drink, do your Christmas shopping at the Christmas market or enter the ice kingdom, you’ll have to pay (and steeply too). But just for wandering, it’s completely free. As with Winter Wonderland, you could spend a decent amount of dosh here if you were so inclined. The 1920s Spiegeltent has an impressive line-up of shows, from burlesque carols to silent discos, and of course you’ll have to pay if you want to see Santa, or tuck into food or drink. Otherwise, you can pass a short amount of time here, enjoying the pretty lights for free, and snapping a few Instagram shots. It’s much smaller than Winter Wonderland though — you’d struggle to spend a whole afternoon here. Top of the list is Southbank Centre’s Winter Market (9 November-27 December), a cute collection of wooden chalets decked in sparkling lights, right next to the river. Head further east along the Christmas by the River (29 November-2 January), a Christmas market next to City Hall, with a backdrop of Tower Bridge. Lovely.
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Top 10 Things To Do In Los Angeles In December 11 Nov 2018

1.  Come From Away – Broadway musical sensation Come From Away tales over the Ahmanson Theatre from November 29th through January 6th.  Experience the joy and capture the experiences of a small town called upon for care and comfort after the 9/11 terrorist attack.

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  1. Fleetwood Mac – Legendary band Fleetwood Mac is at The Forum in Inglewood for three shows in December.

3.  Los Angeles Rams – The Rams have two home games in December as they march towards the NFL Playoffs and an attempt at the Super Bowl.  The Los Angeles Rams play the Philadelphia Eagles on the 16th and they play the San Francisco 49ers on December 30th.

4.  Wicked – Wicked, the Broadway musical hit, is back in Los Angeles.  Wicked takes over Pantages Theatre from November 28th through January 27th.  Wicked has multiple shows playing in December and in the Holiday Season.

  1. Los Angeles Lakers – The Lakers are climbing back to a winning record as they figure out their new team with Lebron James.  The month of December has seven home games for the Lakers at the Staples Center. 

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6.  Los Angeles Kings – The Kings also have a whopping seven home games in December at Staples Center. 

  1. Los Angeles Philharmonic – LA Phil performs throughout December at Walt Disney Concert Hall.

8.  The Nutcracker – The Los Angeles Ballet performs The Nutcracker at Royce Hall at UCLA.

9.  The Great Russian Nutcracker – The Wiltern hosts Moscow Ballet for The Great Russian Nutcracker for three performances.

10.  Valley Of The Heart – A new production Valley of The Heart is performing at the Mark Taper Forum until December 9th.

1.  Come From Away – Broadway musical sensation Come From Away tales over the Ahmanson Theatre from November 29th through January 6th.  Experience the joy and capture the experiences of a small town called upon for care and comfort after the 9/11 terrorist attack. ahmanson theatre tickets
  1. Fleetwood Mac – Legendary band Fleetwood Mac is at The Forum in Inglewood for three shows in December.
3.  Los Angeles Rams – The Rams have two home games in December as they march towards the NFL Playoffs and an attempt at the Super Bowl.  The Los Angeles Rams play the Philadelphia Eagles on the 16th and they play the San Francisco 49ers on December 30th. 4.  Wicked – Wicked, the Broadway musical hit, is back in Los Angeles.  Wicked takes over Pantages Theatre from November 28th through January 27th.  Wicked has multiple shows playing in December and in the Holiday Season.
  1. Los Angeles Lakers – The Lakers are climbing back to a winning record as they figure out their new team with Lebron James.  The month of December has seven home games for the Lakers at the Staples Center. 
staples center tickets 6.  Los Angeles Kings – The Kings also have a whopping seven home games in December at Staples Center. 
  1. Los Angeles Philharmonic – LA Phil performs throughout December at Walt Disney Concert Hall.
8.  The Nutcracker – The Los Angeles Ballet performs The Nutcracker at Royce Hall at UCLA. 9.  The Great Russian Nutcracker – The Wiltern hosts Moscow Ballet for The Great Russian Nutcracker for three performances. 10.  Valley Of The Heart – A new production Valley of The Heart is performing at the Mark Taper Forum until December 9th.
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