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What’s on in the UK: woZZon picks of the week in London

Todays Date: October 18, 2018

If you are looking for what to do this weekend in London, look no further. woZZon.com has the answers for you.

We’ve got the hottest selections for what’s on in London and across the UK.

Our editors select the top 6 events in London every week. It includes a mix of leisure categories such as film, theatre, art, comedy, festivals, children’s events and more.

So, what’s on in London this week?

In Film: The movie Africa United is the featured movie of the week. The movie tells the extraordinary story of three Rwandan children on an epic adventure to achieve their dreams of taking part in the opening ceremony of the FIFA World Cup in Johannesburg. If you are looking for other movies in London, search on woZZon.

In Art: Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2010 at the Natural History Museum from 22nd October 2010. You have the chance to see this year’s highly praised images at the stunning gallery.

There are more than 100 prize-winning photographs on display.

As a special event: Diwali at Trafalgar Square in London. It will be a day for the whole family to enjoy. The square will be transformed with magical light displays, music and dance performances. Diwali on the Square is completely free to attend on 31st October 2010.

There are lots of other great events in London this Halloween so check what’s on near you.

In comedy: Bill Bailey: Dandelion Mind. He is back with his ‘Dandelion Mind’ tour, after the success of ‘Tinselworm’ in 2008. This is a must-see performance at Wyndham’s Theatre from 2nd November 2010.

In theatre: Hamlet at the National Theatre: Olivier Theatre. It’s on from 15th October 2010 and the demand for tickets has been high. So, enjoy the show if you can get a ticket, but don’t believe the hype – it’ll only detract from your appreciation of a strong production.

In Music: Alice Cooper: Halloween Night of Fear. The scary seventies rocker is coming to Camden. This will be a shock rock night. The ultimate sideshow freak performance, on one of the scariest evenings of the year, from 31st November 2010.

In film: We also have Scary 3D Halloween All-Nighter at BFI London IMAX Cinema.

Five films will be shown throughout the night, in glorious 3D. The films that will be shown are The Hole (2009), Piranha (2010) and Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010) on 30th October 2010. For more movies in London, see the film listings on woZZon.

For more information about these events, search what’s on in London on www.wozzon.com.

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