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16 Amazing Places To Watch Fireworks In London This Guy Fawkes Night

Make your evening go off with a bang wherever you are.

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1. ArcelorMittal Orbital at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park – 7 November

Britain's largest art structure in London's most famous park, the ArcelorMittal Orbital will be hosting a Lates evening for visitors to enjoy fireworks across the whole city. Refreshments will be served all evening.

2. Victoria Park Fireworks – 7 November

It's been five years since fireworks were last seen and heard at Victoria Park. This year, the night sky above the park will be impressively lit with colours and bangs as the event finally returns.

3. Barking Fireworks Display and Live Music Spectacular – 7 November

Commemorating the borough's 50th anniversary this year, the annual Barking Fireworks Display and Live Music Spectacular will be a fantastic festival with live music from singer Sam Knight in Barking Park.

4. Hackney Fireworks Pyromusical – 7 November

Massive #fireworks in #Hackney tonight. Stay safe everyone!

The theme of this year's Hackney Fireworks Pyromusical is "Superheroes". Hosted at Clissold Park, the night will be a colourful and musical array of live entertainment, funfair attractions, and superhero theme tunes to accompany the bright lights of the fireworks. Attendees are encouraged to dress up as their favourite superhero – which one will you choose?

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5. Wimbledon Park Fireworks – 5 November

Wimbledon Park fireworks were amazing last night! #RememberRemember

With a quieter, first fireworks display set to music from Disney films and a louder, second display soundtracked to music through the decades, the choice of entertainment is yours at the scenic grounds of Wimbledon Park.

6. Crystal Palace Park Fireworks – 5 November

Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Crystal Palace fireworks, this year's show at the park is bound to be extra special. The main display will be set to a musical extravaganza of songs through the ages from 1865 until the present day.

7. Southwark Park – 5 November

The annual fireworks night at Southwark Park hosted by Southwark Council saw over 33,000 people attending last year's event. This year is set to be just as amazing.

8. Battersea Park Fireworks – 7 November

Commemorating Queen Elizabeth II becoming Britain's longest-reigning monarch, the theme for the Battersea Park fireworks is "A Royal Night Out". One recommends keeping your corgi (and other pets) at home for this amazing event.

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9. Heston Venue at Imperial College – 5 November

Returning for its 27th annual celebration, the remarkable fireworks display at Heston Venue is sure to impress. Party entertainer Crazy Hazy will delight and amuse kids with music and fun competitions in the main hall.

10. Ravenscourt Park Fireworks – 7 November

Family-friendly fun at this annual event in Ravenscourt Park sees a funfair, food stalls, and a special mini-fireworks event for children. A huge fireworks display set to music will round off the evening.

11. Barnes Bonfire Night – 7 November

Don your judge hat for the Best Guy competition at the Barnes Bonfire Night hosted at the Barnes Sports Club, where Guys crafted by the local community will be on display. The winning Guy will be placed on top of the bonfire, followed by a spectacular fireworks show.

12. Richmond Athletic Association – 8 November

It'll be "A Night at the Musicals" at the Richmond Athletic Association with a fully choreographed fireworks display set to music from well-known West End productions. There's also live entertainment, a funfair, and competitions throughout the evening.

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13. Totteridge Millhillians Cricket Club – 6 November

Choreographed to music, the fireworks display at Totteridge Millhillians Cricket Club will get the crowd ooh-ing and aah-ing. Keep warm and cosy around the bonfire with a choice of delicious hot foods and mulled wine.

14. Wild Wolf Scouts Fireworks and Bonfire – 7 November

Support your local Scouts by heading on down to this fireworks display and campfire bonfire, hosted by Wild Wolf Scouts at the Scout Park on Gordon Road. Delicious foods will also be available, including BBQ food, Krispy Kreme doughnuts, and Norwegian waffles. All money raised will go towards buying new equipment for the Scouts.

15. Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival – 7 November

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Combining a bier festival, a bonfire, a fireworks display, two funfairs, ice-skating, a street parade, a craft beer village, AND a laser show into one mega celebration, the Alexandra Palace Fireworks Festival guarantees fun for everyone.

16. Harrow Fireworks Festival – 7 November

This year's theme for the Harrow Fireworks Festival is Disney. Enchanting kids and big kids alike, this event is a fun-filled day of activities including face painting, a petting zoo, a Disney costume parade, and a DJ set. Visit the food arena and delight your taste buds with a whole new world of tasty foods. The evening ends with a fireworks display set to classic and modern Disney songs.