A Bvlgari Gem
As a perfectly indulgent Christmas treat, why not visit our friends at Bvlgari Hotel London who are offering a secure and sophisticated location to enjoy the city’s festive lights and…Continue reading full article
As we tentatively emerge from Lockdown 2.0, we have been warned to stay sensible this holiday season. In order to keep shielding our vulnerable and protect our front-line workers, the best thing we can do is stay at home and limit the amount of contact with others. Whilst this may put a dampener on the most exciting time of year, there is no reason we can’t still get into the spirit of the holidays from our sofas with beautiful and uplifting virtual carol concerts, online performances & virtual experiences.
Christmastime in NYC is a glamorous affair – just ask the Radio City Rockettes. Although they won’t be able to show off those high kicks in-person this year, New Yorkers can catch the Christmas Spectacular Special right at home on NBC following the lighting of the Rockefeller Centre tree.
Streamed from St John’s Smith Square in London, this beautiful concert on 10th December will support the charity’s work to benefit unpaid carers. Some highlights include readings from Hugh Bonneville, Emma Thompson and Greg Wise, plus beautiful seasonal music from the acclaimed City of London Choir.
Berlin is usually home to many festive Christmas markets and while that won’t be the case this year, you can still virtually visit the market at Charlottenburg Palace, thanks to this 360-degree tour. If you happen to have VR glasses at home, this tour also comes with a version formatted specifically for VR technology, allowing you to really immerse yourself in the middle of all the Christmas cheer.
London’s Christmas lights are recognised all over the world over for their artistic inventiveness across some of the city’s most iconic Streets. Explore London by night in a 90-minute guided tour among the illuminated streets in all their glimmering splendour.
The holidays might look a little different this year, but San Francisco Ballet wants you to be able to keep your traditions (or start new ones) with Nutcracker Online. Stream the San Francisco Ballet’s spectacular Nutcracker in HD through Thursday 31st December.
The joy of baking and decorating your very own gingerbread house is precisely what this time of year is all about. The smell of spiced dough cooking, festive decoration and hopefully a little fun along the way. Baking kits are delivered to your door, ahead of your baking workshop.Back to Journal