London enlightened by Firework

Luisa Liu
This weekend (4-5-6 Nov 2016THOUSANDS of revellers will be gathered all together to celebrate Bonfire night. Be one of us.

Bonfire Night is an autumn anniversary of the end of the attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament led by Guy Fawkes: it was the Gunpowder Plot in 1605. In this way it is marked the historic moment of the Gunpowder plot and it is commemorated the capture of Guy Fawkes. That’s why the day became known as Guy Fawkes Day or even more commonly Bonfire Night.

So every year, every November, bonfires are lit and the sky is filled with colourful fireworks.  Wow! Wow! Wow! Bang! Bang!! An amazing evening with a lot of Wow! and Bang! Wonderful! Bang!!
Don’t forget, it’s also a time to enjoy traditional Bonfire Night food and drink, alongside music, funfairs, ice skating, children’s entertainment  and family-friendly activities.
Alexandra Palace, 4-5 Nov
With activities ranging from a German beer festival to funfairs and ice skating and with views stretching across London, there’s always plenty of family activities to enjoy and plenty for all ages at this fireworks show.
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Battersea Park, 5 Nov
Pretty park illuminated with a huge bonfire and a spectacular fireworks display. Food and drink from the various stalls, a lot of activities during the  Battersea Park Fireworks Display on the banks of the river Thames. Listen to the music and watch the display from a different angle.
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Southwark Park, 5 Nov
Plenty of food, drink and entertainment, it’s a great place to see your first Bonfire Night fireworks display in London, since it is one of the largest display, which will light up all the sky.
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Crystal Palace Park, 5 Nov
One of the city’s longest running fireworks displays, the annual Crystal Palace Park Firework Display brings thousands to the South London park that’s also famed for its dinosaurs. Expect plenty of family fun, including a children’s firework display, food, and children’s activities at this alcohol-free event.
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Blackheath, 5 Nov
It offers a great evening out for family and friends looking to enjoy the fireworks in London in a wonderful atmosphere. Regularly attracting more than 80,000 people, it’s one of the largest Bonfire Night events in London; and what’s more? No tickets are needed: it’s free!
Brent, 6 Nov
New location at Wembley Park. Dazzling fireworks. Family entertainment and delicious food stalls. Free event. Let your evening go off with an extraordinary bang.
Victoria Park, 6 Nov
Perfect for a special evening of Bonfire Night fun. Keep warm with snacks from the food and drink, wrap up warm and enjoy!