Winter Events in London
Beyond the Deepening Shadow: The Tower Remembers*
Beyond The Deepening Shadow is a display of thousands of flames in the Tower of London Moat. This artistic tribute was designed by Tom Piper with sound artist Mira Calix & will run for 8 nights from the 4th November 2018 until the 11th November 2018. The commemoration will unfold during the four hour display, starting with a procession led by the Yeoman Warders of the Tower of London. The Yeoman Warders are distinguished service men & women & will ceremonially light the first flame before a team of volunteers light the rest of the installation.
4th-11th November 2018 – 17:00-21:00
23rd November 2018-6th January 2019
Skate at Somerset House
The ice rink returns to Somerset House on the 14th November & will be open day & night. Skate Lates will feature music nights throughout the festive season & the Fortnum’s Lodge is the perfect place for a sweet treat after a skating session.
The Fortnum’s Lodge will be serving a number of delicacies designed for two to share including Mulled Wine & a Sharing Mince Pie for Two (£28), Champagne & Chocolate Fondue for Two & Red Wine (£34), Baked Camembert with Brioche for Two (£40).
14th November 2018-13th January 2019
Southbank Centre Winter Market
For six weeks Southbank Centre are adding two new food & drink pop-ups to their retinue. Visit Bar Under the Bridge for cocktails & a selection of cheese-inspired dishes including cheese boards, charcuterie, croque monsieur & baked Camembert.
The Circus Bar will be situated in front of Royal Festival Hall & will feature fire-pits, hot smoked salmon baguettes, steak, mulled cider & mulled wine. A range of traders will also be serving festive street food including traditional foods like bratwurst & sweeter treats like pancakes & waffles.
The Southbank Centre Food Market is also open from Friday – Sunday in Southbank Centre Square.
9th November 2018-27th December 2018
Westminster Pier is situated on the North shore next to Westminster Bridge & the Palace of Westminster. The pier sits directly opposite the London Eye & County Hall providing outstanding views from one of our party boats.
St. Katharine Pier is situated on the North shore next to Tower Bridge and near the Tower of London. St. Katharine Dock was constructed in 1837 by Thomas Telford and was popular with expensive cargo from around the world. Today St. Katharine’s is a haven for yachts with bars, restaurants and shops.
Thames River Services Winter Timetable
Standard Ticket Prices
The 48 Hour Riverpass is a hop-on hop-off cruise ticket allowing unlimited travel between six River Thames piers for two days.
48 Hour Ticket
Thames River Services operate regular cruises between Westminster Pier, St. Katharine Pier & Greenwich Pier. Between April-October Thames River Services also operate extra services with five sailings continuing downriver to the Thames Flood Barrier each day.