t Birthday Celebrations
• The West End says happy birthday to One New Change, with two exclusive performances in one week.
What: The Wonderful West end will perform hits from Chicago to Mamma Mia to Jersey Boys plus many, many, many more.
Where: One New Change, EC4M 9AF (lower ground floor atrium)
When: Two exclusive performances on Friday 28 October 2011 at 12.45pm and 6.15pm
Transport: Nearest tube stations: St Paul’s; Monument; Bank; Mansion House. Buses: 4; 8; 25; 56; 100; 172; 242; 521
l Searcys Champagne Bar is providing complimentary champagne during the shows and Bea's of Bloomsbury will be providing the first 100 attendees at each show a special One New Change birthday cupcake. Visitors will be encouraged to donate to The Prince’s Trust, One New Change’s charity partner.
• Until 30 October: Roman, Medieval and Tudor artefacts discovered during the building of One New Change on display forming a fascinating exhibition in association with the Museum of London.
• Sunday 30 October. The House of Fairy Tales is serving up a slice of magical Halloween action: Give your children the ultimate Halloween experience and immerse yourself in a spooky and supernatural universe with a visit to Permission to Haunt by the House of Fairytales at One New Change. The House of Fairy Tales was established by celebrated artists Deborah Curtis and Gavin Turk, and this year’s Halloween spectacular promises to be a surreal and hilarious experience.
• Saturday 3 December
This Christmas, shopping hotspots One New Change, Cheapside, Leadenhall Market, Royal Exchange and House of Fraser are teaming up to host a magical shopping event. For the first time at Christmas, historic thoroughfare and shopping street Cheapside will be pedestrianised for a day of retail magic from 10am to 6pm on Saturday 3 December 2011. The road closure will create a unique walking route stretching from St Paul’s to Poultry. The event will be brought to life by a combination of family entertainment and unique offers from many of the shops in the area. Not only is it the first time the street has been closed for a Christmas shopping event, but it is also the first time in over a century that both Leadenhall Market and the Royal Exchange have opened their doors on a Saturday.
• The event will conclude with a carol sing-a-long with the world famous choir of St Paul's Cathedral. Follow the serene sounds of the choir to the 6th floor roof terrace at One New Change, which overlooks the famous cathedral. From 6.30pm.