London Festivals 2014


London is a vast metropolis and one of the most popular destinations for tourists and business travellers mainly because of its large number of attractions and other places of interest. London also holds many festivals and events throughout the year that can best be explored if you avail of a celebration package London as is offered by many hotels in the city. The London Festival 2014 includes the following:

Greenwich and Docklands International Festival will take place at National Maritime Museum from Wednesday June 25 to Saturday June 28, 2014. It brings together a brilliantly diverse line up of companies from all over the world. Over 50 events will feature ranging from the visually bonkers to the arrestingly intimate.

Walthamstow Garden Party will take place at Lloyd Park, Walthamstow from Saturday July 26 to Sunday July 27, 2014. It is a 2-day festival that combines a cracking music line-up with plenty of family fun: dancing, circus, drumming, a daytime disco, free tours and family art activities at the William Morris Gallery.

London Dragon Boat Festival will take place at London Regatta Centre Royal Albert on Sunday June 29, 2014 and it features different teams racing fake dragons down a river. The event will also have martial arts displays, live music and traditional Chinese lion dancing, while a food festival will serve the flavours of eastern Asia.

Streatham Festival will take place at various venues from Thursday July 10 to Sunday July 13, 2014. The theme of the arts festival this year is ‘Street of my Imagination’, with artists creating a surreal and fictional version of Streatham for visitors to explore.

Huguenots Thread Festival will take place at various venues from Wednesday July 9 to Sunday July 20, 2014. It will display the silk-spinners who contributed to the fashions of Spitalfields although American Apparel outlets and vintage clothes stalls will be predominant.

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show will take place at Hampton Court Palace East Molesey from Monday July 7 to Sunday July 13, 2014. It will feature world-class gardens as well as marquees showcasing work by some of the country’s leading designers and nurseries. Plants, fresh produce and gardening equipment will be on final-day sale on Sunday.

London Festival of Architecture will take place at various London locations from Thursday June 26 to Monday June 30, 2014. It will feature debates, exhibitions, film screenings, walks, student shows, cycle rides, open studios and family activities.

Anxiety Arts Festival will take place at various venues from Thursday Jun 26 to Friday July 11, 2014. It will look at the complexities of anxiety, which is now one of the most common mental disorders, and explore anxiety’s links with creativity.

Nature’s Sanctuary will take place at Kew Gardens from Thursday June 26 to Sunday Sept 7, 2014. Visitors can wander barefoot on the walking trail, balance on beams, hop across tree trunks and experience the moist bouncy softness typical of rainforest floors and get muddy in the squelch zone.

Availing of a celebration package London will ensure complete enjoyment for exploring these festivals.