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News & Events

Story of the Soho Christmas Lights
The story of Soho's Christmas lights began last year, when patrons and residents decided it was high time that our little village had its own lights at Christmastime. The 2015 switch-on event was a small but charming affair, where we had music by Tim Arnold and carols sang by the Soho Parish Primary school choir. Monty Python's Terry Gilliam did the honours and gave Berwick Street a festive twinkle for the first ever time. This year, we have a slightly bigger occasion planned, where the lights will spill out onto Brewer Street, and year on year we hope the event will grow into something spectacular. We really wanted to celebrate the character of the neighbourhood, and we are excited to say that the lights themselves have been designed and created by God's Own Junkyard - a Soho institution all of its own.
Celebrate Christmas Soho-style at the Berwick Street
Celebrate Christmas Soho-style at the Berwick Street Christmas Lights Switch-On, Tuesday 6 December Berwick Street is celebrating its second annual Christmas Lights Switch-On in the heart of Soho. The streets will be illuminated with the help of the absolutely fabulous Joanna Lumley on Tuesday 6 December from 5pm to 7.30pm at Berwick Street Market.
Caviar, darling!
'Caviar is to dining what a sable coat is to a girl in evening dress.' - Ludwig Bemelmans, writer and illustrator of children's books and an internationally known gourmet
Week 4 Oysters Festival - Vietnamese style
We finish #OysterOctober with Ed's favourite - Vietnamese Oysters. Fresh, zingy and bursting with bright flavours, they'll put the spring back into your step this Autumn. Why not try making them at home? Here's Ed's special recipe.
Week 3 Oyster Festival and it's Kilpatrick!
Kilpatrick, Kirkpatrick or Philpatrick – whichever name is argued to be correct, we can all agree on one thing: they all sound better with ‘Oysters’ in front of them.