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Battersea Power Station lights up winter with festive programme of fun

Have fun this Christmas at Battersea Power Station with plenty on offer to keep the whole family happy.

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Eat, drink and be merry this Christmas at Battersea Power Station, with festive menus, live music, dance workshops and shows throughout December as well as an interactive light installation next to the River Thames.

Circus West Village, London’s newest neighbourhood at the foot of the Power Station, offers plenty to do for adults and children alike and will be kicking off the festivities on Saturday 1st  and Sunday 2nd December, with carolling, workshops, delicious food and drinks and a Christmas tree with a difference. Battersea Power Station’s Light Up Winter initiative, which will extend into January, includes Christmas wreath making and candle making workshops, as well as a play by Michael Morpurgo, the creator of War Horse, entitled Mimi and the Mountain Dragon.

Restaurants at Circus West Village, including Fiume, Tapas Brindisa, Wright Brothers, will also be offering special Christmas delights. Cinnamon Kitchen, a contemporary Indian restaurant featuring modern food created by celebrity chef, Vivek Singh will also host live Jazz music every Friday.

An interactive Christmas tree installation reaching over 7m in height that allows visitors to trigger an animated light show will be bringing a splash of colour to the riverwalk at Circus West Village. The structure has been designed to allow people to explore underneath it, revealing a more immersive and interactive spider-web shape. The tree is the first installation in the UK to come from Paris-based Studio Bruyant.

To book tickets to events and view the full programme please visit and follow @BatterseaPwrStn for the latest news and events.

Battersea Power Station, Circus Road West, London SW11 8AH

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Start date: 26/11/2018
End date: 04/01/2019
Open from 12:00 to 12:00

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