Christmas bliss in Battersea Power Station

  • August 22, 2018

Christmas bliss in Battersea Power Station

The countdown for the most wonderful time of the year has officially begun and we couldn’t be more excited! This Christmas, Battersea Power Station has prepared for us something really special.

Mark your calendars for Thursday 30 November and see thousands of lights along the new riverwalk, a large Christmas tree and the iconic Chimneys, light up at 7 pm, as Battersea is getting Christmas-ready.

Shop from the unique Circus West pop-ups and select gifts for your family and friends. Choose hand-poured candles and handmade toys from Wax + Wick, artwork from local artist Kethi Copeland and ceramics from Manufactured Culture to help support the local and independent artists of Battersea. Amaze your foodie friends with world-class treats and delicacies from the Battersea General Store.

Become a master gingerbread maker, a bauble calligraphy expert and an exquisite gift wrapper through a series of unusual workshops in Circus West that will set the Christmas mood early on. Discover your untapped craftsman potential in the cute crafts corner or try your luck to win weekly prizes in the wish tree.

Save the family stroll for the weekend since Sharky & George will be in Circus West every Saturday to get your children involved in imaginative and energetic games with a Christmas twist.

Snuggle with your other half in the luxury two-person sofas and the comfy beanbags while watching Christmas classics like Home Alone, Miracle on 34th Street and Elf in the amazing Pop Up Cinema. For exclusive ticket information please click here.

Feeling hungry? Try one of the latest gastronomic additions to Circus West and spoil yourself with amazing tastes from all over the world. Mother, a pizza restaurant from Copenhagen, No. 29 Power Station West, the village pub, Fiume, a Southern Italian creative dining suggestion and the London-famous Wright Brothers promise to fill your stomach in Battersea. Those who desire the complete south bank experience can indulge in some burgers and Bloody Marys from Ben’s Canteen warm pop-up by the river.

Did you know that Battersea has its own Community Choir? Listen to them perform timeless carols and other favourite festive songs every Thursday until Christmas.

Before you leave, don’t forget to take a selfie in front of the giant mistletoe at Grosvenor Arch and capture Battersea Power Station in all its snow glory and hashtag #copperstonesltd!