Coisas giras para fazer esta semana!

  • Elvis at The O2, North Greenwich, Mon-Wed, £9-£20, £50 family. Get ready to be all shook up, London, because we’re getting a taste of Graceland in this exhibition of more than 300 artefacts, some of which have never previously been exhibited outside Memphis.
  • Learn to Sew: Christmas Ornaments, The Village Haberdashery, Tuesday, £5.  This drop-in workshop is designed for children aged 6+ and their parents to get crafty just before Christmas, creating felt Santas and robins to hang from the tree or mantlepiece.
  • Christmas Services at St Paul’s Cathedral, Paternoster Square, Tue-Wed, free. Sir Christopher Wren’s baroque masterpiece has a larger capacity than many cathedrals, but it still struggles to host the thousands of people hoping to attend their Christmas services each year. To make sure that nobody is turned away, St Paul’s will be streaming three services on a large screen just behind the building itself in Paternoster Square.
  • A Very Dickensian Christmas Eve, Charles Dickens Museum, Christmas Eve, £18, £10 children. Helping to make the Bloomsbury museum especially seasonal will be the cast of ‘A New York to London Carol’, who will lead visitors from room to room and through a two-country ‘Christmas Carol’.
  • Peter Pan Cup, Serpentine Lido, Christmas Day, free. Strictly a spectator event, unless you happen to be a regular, not to say hardy, member of the Serpentine Swimming Club, this race takes place each year on Christmas morning.

Fonte: Time Out London