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What's On in London? January 2024


Beat the January blues with some of the best London has to offer this month.  From marching along at the New Year’s Day Parade to celebrating Burn’s Night across the capital, or catching up with “Succession” star, Sarah Snook’s new show at Haymarket Theatre Royal, London will guarantee you have plenty to do throughout the month.

 

So, what are you waiting for? Show some love for London and the amazing places that make up the city, by reading our ‘What’s On’ guide below:

New Year's Day Parade


If you are lucky enough to find yourself in the capital on the 1st January, celebrating the start of 2024 by attending The New Year’s Day Parade is a must. Starting at 12 noon in Piccadilly, the parade will host a number of spectacular events, such as a marching band, the Carnaval del Pueblo, plus many more! Be sure to attend this celebration of organized chaos, and witness over 10,000 participants celebrating in true style.

Distance from The Hari: 0.8 miles
Photo Credit: TimeOut

The Art of Banksy


Discover the world’s largest collection of original Banksy artworks, as The Art of Banksy opens in Regent Street. Displaying the artist’s iconic visuals and unseen works for the first time, discover how the street art stunts were devised, as close associates share anonymous personal stories. Stop by The Hari Bar to enjoy “Up, Up and Away“, a fruity cocktail inspired by Banksy’s “Girl with Balloon” after the exhibition.

Distance from The Hari: 1.5 miles
Photo Credit: The Art of Banksy

Burn's Night


Grab yourself some tartan and join in on the Burn’s Night celebrations across the city on the 25th January. The annual celebration of the Scottish poet and lyricist, Robert Burns, is market with traditional dinners, bagpipes, haggis and lots of whisky.  Highlights include whiskey-tasting experiences at Park Row in Mayfair, themed dinners at Belgravia neighbour, Boisdale, and lots of traditional music and dancing at The Ceilidh Club by Regents Park.

 

Distance from The Hari: Varied

Photo Credit: Visit London

January Blues Festival


Grab a friend and take a trip to Camden to experience the January Blues Festival. Taking place in popular jazz and blues venue, The Forge, a list of spectacular events will take place from the 4th to the 27th of January, kicking off with a performance from The Animals. Other spectacular acts performing include The Blues Side of Fleetwood Mac and Blues and Rock group, Gerry Jablonski Band.

 

Distance from The Hari: 2.8 miles

Photo Credit: Gigantic

BBC Earth Experience


What a better way to spend a January afternoon than exploring the wonders of the world with the BBC Earth Experience. The immersive event delves on a journey through all seven of our spectacular continents, showing the wonders of the natural world around us through footage and music from the Tv series Seven Worlds, One Planet.

Distance from The Hari: 1.9 miles
Photo Credit: Timeout

The Picture of Dorian Gray


“Succession” star, Sarah Snook is returning to the West End to stage a one-woman show in the 900-seat venue. Following on from Eddie Izzard’s ‘Great Expectations’ and staged just a fraction after Andrew Scott’s ‘Uncle Vanya’, ‘The Portrait of Dorian Gray’ will see Snook play 26 different characters in Kip Williams’s adaptation of the dark Oscar Wilde parable.

 

Distance from The Hari: 1.7 miles

Photo Credit: Theatre Royal Haymarket

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