‘Tis the season to visit Ealing fa lalalala la la la la. Here’s what’s going on in Ealing this Christmas!
Ealing Shopping Centre
Shop ‘til you drop this Christmas and enjoy some festive entertainment at Ealing Broadway.
The big guy himself will be walking around the shopping centre on the 11th and 18th December between 11 am – 3 pm.
Frosty the Christmas Unicorn
Unicorns are real! Meet Frosty, get a picture and feel how soft and fluffy she is. Accompanied by the Frosted Fairy the wintery duo will be around Ealing shopping centre on 12th December between 11:30 am – 2:30 pm.
The magic elves will be in town on Wednesday 22nd December between 11:30 – 3 pm. Hear what Father Christmas has been up to, and let them show you some North Pole sparkle with some up-close magic tricks.
If wrapping presents fills you with fear, Ealing Broadway has you covered. On Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th December between 11 am – 4 pm they have a special team of Christmas elves ready to help you wrap!
Pop-up Gallery Shop
Collection of handmade gifts at an affordable price. Visit the pop-up shop if you are looking for something a little different to give this Christmas.
Find out more about shopping in Ealing this Christmas here.
It’s Christmas, so who doesn’t love a good market? The food, the music, the handcrafted gift ideas. At the Ealing market, you will find all this and more!
From cheeses to bratwurst, donuts to mulled wine. There’s something for everyone in the town square. Stalls are open until the 23rd December, from 9:30 am until 6 pm.
Come on down to the Questors Theatre between the 16th and the 31st December to watch this year’s performance of pantomime classic Snow white.
Ealing Symphony Orchestra plays their annual concert at Ealing Green Church. Join them on Saturday 11th September between 17:30 – 19:00 for a truly festive ensemble.
Carols by Candlelight
Sung by the renowned Ealing Abbey Choir, accompanied by the Ealing Orchestra join them and conductor Christopher Eastwood for a lovely evening of carols. For more information click here.