Top Ten Things to Keep You Warm This Winter

We’re heading into the dark and cold winter, but don’t despair, there’s plenty of Christmas festivities and cosy nights ahead. Here are our top ten choices for a warm winter in the area:

1. Experience the new Coal Drops Yard

Coal Drops Yard may have just opened, and it may be outside, but going in between shops and the excitement of all your great finds are sure to keep you warm this winter!


2. Everyman and Spiritland Monthly Film Night

If you’ve spent a long day shopping outside then the best way to warm up is with a cosy film night in where you can snuggle up and enjoy a decent flick.


3. Tim Garland’s Weather Walker Trio at Kings Place

‘Expect propulsive, lightning speed interaction, and heart-warming beauty in equal measure’ at this gorgeous performance of jazz.


4. Stay Warm with a Winter Slipper Workshop at Drink, Shop & Do

Create your own bespoke winter slippers and stay wrapped up nice and warm through winter.


5. St Pancras by Searcys Autumn Winter Private Dining and Events Menus

Haven’t thought about your Christmas bash yet? Why not book a fantastic event at Searcys where you can enjoy sweet potato hummus, mini burgers, saffron risotto, slow cooked lamb, warm apple and cinnamon doughnuts, coffee burnt cream and plenty of tipples to tickle your fancy.


6. Stories by the Fire at Skip Garden

Discuss creation and the universe by the fireside on 15 November for a very wintery activity.


7. Veuve Clicquot Winter Terrace at St. Pancras Renaissance

Grab a glass of bubbly and get that warm and fuzzy feeling by the Christmas lights from 8 November.


8. Ruby Violet’s Hot Chocolate

We’re sure you already know about Ruby Violet’s scrumptious ice cream, but what you might not know is that they serve up two delicious hot chocolates that you have to try this winter!


9. Dine Out at The Megaro Eatery

The Megaro Eatery is a great place to sit back, relax, and indulge in some tasty wintery dishes.


10. Stay Inside with a Good Read from Springer Nature

Springer Nature publishes fascinating magazines to keep you strapped to your seat, so make a cup of tea, get your blanket at the ready and sit back for a warm evening in.