Whether you're looking to begin your Christmas events with a trip to Harrods or fancy a trip into space with Matthew McConaughey, HELLO! Online has something to enjoy during the next week across the United Kingdom.
Friday 7 November – Taylor Swift 1989 World Tour
Taylor Swift has revealed her world tour dates – which will include eight countries and four continents; North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia. The UK leg of her The 1989 World Tour will begin in Glasgow on 23 June, and will mark Taylor's first ever live show in Scotland. The tour then moves to Manchester on 24 June before Taylor headlines the annual British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park on 27 June.
Visit www.ticketmaster.co.uk for more details
Saturday 8 November – Harrods Festival of Christmas
Harrods celebrates the magic of Christmas as it hosts a series of fun outdoor and in-store activities. Upon arrival, customers can enter the Harrods Festival of Christmas and be taken on an enchanting journey which will include gifts, fun and games, the chance to meet Santa, face painting, festive gift-wrapping demonstrations and personalised engraving services.
Visit http://www.harrods.com/ for more information
Sunday 9 November – ATP Finals at London's 02 Arena
The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals return to The O2 from Sunday 9 November, when sports fans can see the world’s greatest players battle it out for the last title of the season. Andy Murray takes to Centre Court on Sunday against Japan's Kei Nishikori, while later in the evenig Roger Federer takes on Milos Raonic.
See http://www.theo2.co.uk/events/detail/barclays-atp-world-tour-finals for more information
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Tuesday 11 November - Silence in the Square
The Royal British Legion will once again again host Silence in the Square in Trafalgar Square. Members of the public are asked to start gathering at 9.30am, and a bugler will be performing the Last Post and Reveille to mark the start and end of the two minute silence, which is scheduled for 11.00am Afterwards, guests will be invited to scatter poppy petals in the fountains in a symbolic act of Remembrance.
See http://www.britishlegion.org.uk/ for more information
Wednesday 12 November – Interstellar
Time is running out on earth and so making use of a newly discovered wormhole, a group of explorers attempt to pass the supposed limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage. Starring Oscar winners Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway, Interstellar is a big and bold sci-fi adventure, playing on centuries-old themes of love, loneliness, and survival of mankind.
Thursday 13 November – Women In Food
Back by popular demand, Woman In Food celebrates he amazing women working in the food industry today. As well as asking the tough questions about why we still don't see female chefs, producers and entrepreneurs stealing the limelight, speakers Henrietta Lovell, a tea connoisseur and founder of Rare Tea Co, Kristen Schnepp, a Mexican cheesemaker and founder of Gringa Dairy, Charlotte Sager-Wilde, a wine expert and founder of wine bars Sager + Wilde and Mission, and Rachel O’Sullivan, the executive chef of Lardo and Coppa, all speak about their experiences.
See http://eatdrinktoast.com/ for more information