What’s On In London This Weekend. 26-28 October 2012

This weekend is full of fantastic opportunities to use your imagination. Dress up for Halloween, take a seat in one of TV’s most notorious hotels or pretend it’s snowing and get into the après ski spirit. Failing that, grab some popcorn and watch MI6′s finest in his 23rd adventure!

Relentless Energy Drink Freeze Festival at Battersea Power Station
Get ready for winter at this fast-paced ski and snowboard show, where you’ll see some of the world’s top winter sportsmen perform astounding feats next to Battersea Power Station. After the stunts are over, sink into the après ski atmosphere and enjoy a fantastic programme of live music. Adult tickets start from £40. 26-27 Oct. 

Faulty Towers, the Dining Experience at the Charing Cross Hotel
Fans of John Cleese’s classic sitcom Fawlty Towers will adore this hilarious dining and theatrical experience. Guests take a seat in the “restaurant of the Faulty Towers hotel”, where they will be served a three-course meal in a predictably haphazard and hugely entertaining style. Tickets start from £43.50. From 26 Oct. 

Skyfall, at cinemas across London
Buckle up for 007′s latest thrilling adventure, Skyfall. Most London cinemas will be screening the film, which -according to advance reviews- will definitely leave you shaken and stirred.

NFL Fan Rally, Trafalgar Square
Prepare for Sunday’s exciting NFL game at Wembley Stadium with this free fan rally. American football fans will be treated to live entertainment, including musical performances and special appearances from players, coaches and celebrities. Stalls around the square will be offering food, drink and exclusive merchandise. 12pm-5pm, 27 Oct.  

Diwali on the Square, Trafalgar Square
Celebrate the Festival of Lights at this free event in Trafalgar Square. The colourful festival features fun for all the family, including light displays, music, dance and tempting food stalls. 28 Oct.

Halloween Events, Various Venues
This weekend kicks off a week of Halloween celebrations across London and there are lots of spooky things to do. Children will love the Witches and Warlocks event at the Cutty Sark, while adults will have a terrifyingly good time at the Candlelight Club’s Halloween Ball. For more inspiration, check out our other posts on Halloween clubbing, dining and theatre.

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