What`s going on in London 2021
London is one of the busiest cities in the world and there is always something happening no matter what time of the year. So have a look at what`s on this month and book a taxi and let us drive you there in style.
Spring Comes to London!!
London is a vibrant and multi-cultural city of the world and there is always something going on 365 days a year and we would love to take you there, but recently because of the COVID-19 Pandemic many London events have been postponed or cancelled due to the outbreak, but saying that there is still all manner of things to do in London and we can help you enjoy them more and avoid the hassle of public transport and in complete safety.
Below is a selection of events that are happening in the next few months.
If you want to go to any of these events, then please call us on 020 8878 7777 and we would be more than happy to drive you there safely and in comfort and share some of our local knowledge on the way.
The Cold Beers Are Flowing Again!
Fancy a visit to a pub? Here is a list of Timeout's pick of the London’s best beer gardens – perfect for safe, sun-soaked supping now the pubs are open again. It will be great to enjoy a wee beer in one of London's many beer gardens and give us a call when you are ready to be taken home.
Visit Some of London's Lovely Parks
The spring can be a lovely time to get outdoors and enjoy nature and London has some of the best parks to experience this in the country. So, it's time to head to London's great outdoors and relax in one of its parks and social distance with ease!st-georges-day.png
April 23rd - Feast of St George
St. George's Day is celebrated annually, as this is the generally accepted date of St. George's death. Every year in London there is a feast of fun activities on the 23rd of April as we celebrate all things English. Trafalgar Square will turn red and white in honour of England’s national day and our patron saint St George. For more information please go here.
TBA - The Underbelly Festival (Southbank Centre)
The Southbank Centre every year is host to this fun-packed festival that is known as the UNDERBELLY and they have tweeted that they have some exciting plans coming soon, so watch this space. This great event on the Banks of the Thames usually provides a wide range of entertainment including comedy, circus shows, music and variety acts. For more information please visit their website.
Ice Skating in London
Unfortunately, the rink has closed due to Tier 4 restrictions.
At this time of year many people think about their childhood and skating on the ice. London is a great place over Christmas to go ice skating, for example the very popular and historic Hampton Court Palace (OPEN), though sadly because of the Covid Pandemic many of these places are closed, Hampton Court Palace Ice Rink will open at the end of year daily from 19 November 2021 – 2 January 2022 (excluding Christmas day).
For more information of what places are open, then please go to the Visit Londonist website for more details on where to ice skate in London.
To find out what events are occurring and what to do in London throughout winter, then why not check out the timeout website for more information and ideas, we can help you get there in comfort and safety.