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From rooftop bars and mini markets under the stars to frosty fun for the whole family, London is packed full of festive pop-ups. Here are some of the best ones to visit this winter.

  Award-winning West Country restaurant, The Ethicurean has come to Oxford Street’s John Lewis rooftop garden for Christmas. On offer is a menu of hearty British classics with a twist like Welsh rarebit with hot smoked arctic char, and sticky toffee apple cake with a dollop of cinnamon cream. The garden itself has been given a festive makeover, and diners can choose to book out a luxury gardening shed or sit amongst the potted trees and fairy-lights for scenic views over the capital.

This year, restaurant Coq de’Argent in the City transforms its heated skyscraper terraces into an Arctic-themed retreat. The experience starts from the elevator, fitted with an ‘Aurora Borealis Cube’ to simulate the Northern Lights. A pair of rooftop igloo tents accompanies a festive lantern-lit dining area draped in furs and fairy lights. Visitors can enjoy luxurious fine dining, and an assortment of on-theme Hennessy cocktails like the Arctic Wilderness – a warm blend of Hennessy Cognac, grape tea, Muscat sweet wine and ginger candy syrup.

From '80s hits to boyband singles and beyond, these originals are must-have additions to your holiday playlist. If you're looking for even newer releases, check out our list of Christmas songs dropped this year .

This breakup anthem surprisingly doubles as an undeniable holiday staple. Listening now is even more bittersweet with George Michael's passing last Christmas 2016.

Phil Collins, Boy George, Wham!, U2 and some of the biggest acts of the '80s join forces in this charity single. Modern British artists also united for another version of this song in 2014.

Tra-la-la-la-laaaaaa the Christmas season is practically upon us. Oh how I LOVE this time of year. And I (!) like to make it last as long as possible… which is why I have been listing to my Christmas Music Playlist already!! Teehee. Anyway. I digress. We have been having LOTS of fun with Paper Fans or Paper Concertinas lately.. there are so many cool and fun projects you can make using this technique. Including todays DIY Christmas Pop Up Card! Such a pretty 3D Christmas Trees Pape craft for both kids and grown ups. We absolutely love Paper Crafts , especially Paper Crafts for Christmas !

This DIY Christmas Pop Up Card is based on the concertina paper folding technique or “paper fan folding”. It is a simple technique with very effective and oh so pretty results. Love it! We have many more Paper Fans Crafts for you to check out here on Red Ted Art (I will bring them all together in one post for you **soon**). In the meantime… do watch this quick and easy Christmas Tree Pop Up Card video with step by step instructions below.

Here is another adorable Winter Pop Up Card that you may fancy checking out – DIY Pop Up Snowman Card  and you may also like I Heart Crafty Things Glitter Tree Cards too! So cute.

Christmas and holiday music are an indispensable part of pop music. These are 100 of the top Christmas songs of all time, including details and links to pop performance videos. The list is an admittedly subjective one. Please enjoy comparing with your own favorites.

Co-written by singer Mel Torme, "The Christmas Song" became one of the defining performances of Nat King Cole's career. He recorded the song at least three times, but the 1961 recording is often considered the best. Sometimes the song is referred to as "Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire" from the lyrics in the song's first line.

This song was introduced by Judy Garland in a poignant moment in the 1944 movie musical "Meet Me In St. Louis". The filmmakers complained that in the first version, the song's lyrics were too depressing and commissioned a rewrite that became the most popular interpretation.

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From rooftop bars and mini markets under the stars to frosty fun for the whole family, London is packed full of festive pop-ups. Here are some of the best ones to visit this winter.

  Award-winning West Country restaurant, The Ethicurean has come to Oxford Street’s John Lewis rooftop garden for Christmas. On offer is a menu of hearty British classics with a twist like Welsh rarebit with hot smoked arctic char, and sticky toffee apple cake with a dollop of cinnamon cream. The garden itself has been given a festive makeover, and diners can choose to book out a luxury gardening shed or sit amongst the potted trees and fairy-lights for scenic views over the capital.

This year, restaurant Coq de’Argent in the City transforms its heated skyscraper terraces into an Arctic-themed retreat. The experience starts from the elevator, fitted with an ‘Aurora Borealis Cube’ to simulate the Northern Lights. A pair of rooftop igloo tents accompanies a festive lantern-lit dining area draped in furs and fairy lights. Visitors can enjoy luxurious fine dining, and an assortment of on-theme Hennessy cocktails like the Arctic Wilderness – a warm blend of Hennessy Cognac, grape tea, Muscat sweet wine and ginger candy syrup.

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From rooftop bars and mini markets under the stars to frosty fun for the whole family, London is packed full of festive pop-ups. Here are some of the best ones to visit this winter.

  Award-winning West Country restaurant, The Ethicurean has come to Oxford Street’s John Lewis rooftop garden for Christmas. On offer is a menu of hearty British classics with a twist like Welsh rarebit with hot smoked arctic char, and sticky toffee apple cake with a dollop of cinnamon cream. The garden itself has been given a festive makeover, and diners can choose to book out a luxury gardening shed or sit amongst the potted trees and fairy-lights for scenic views over the capital.

This year, restaurant Coq de’Argent in the City transforms its heated skyscraper terraces into an Arctic-themed retreat. The experience starts from the elevator, fitted with an ‘Aurora Borealis Cube’ to simulate the Northern Lights. A pair of rooftop igloo tents accompanies a festive lantern-lit dining area draped in furs and fairy lights. Visitors can enjoy luxurious fine dining, and an assortment of on-theme Hennessy cocktails like the Arctic Wilderness – a warm blend of Hennessy Cognac, grape tea, Muscat sweet wine and ginger candy syrup.

From '80s hits to boyband singles and beyond, these originals are must-have additions to your holiday playlist. If you're looking for even newer releases, check out our list of Christmas songs dropped this year .

This breakup anthem surprisingly doubles as an undeniable holiday staple. Listening now is even more bittersweet with George Michael's passing last Christmas 2016.

Phil Collins, Boy George, Wham!, U2 and some of the biggest acts of the '80s join forces in this charity single. Modern British artists also united for another version of this song in 2014.

Tra-la-la-la-laaaaaa the Christmas season is practically upon us. Oh how I LOVE this time of year. And I (!) like to make it last as long as possible… which is why I have been listing to my Christmas Music Playlist already!! Teehee. Anyway. I digress. We have been having LOTS of fun with Paper Fans or Paper Concertinas lately.. there are so many cool and fun projects you can make using this technique. Including todays DIY Christmas Pop Up Card! Such a pretty 3D Christmas Trees Pape craft for both kids and grown ups. We absolutely love Paper Crafts , especially Paper Crafts for Christmas !

This DIY Christmas Pop Up Card is based on the concertina paper folding technique or “paper fan folding”. It is a simple technique with very effective and oh so pretty results. Love it! We have many more Paper Fans Crafts for you to check out here on Red Ted Art (I will bring them all together in one post for you **soon**). In the meantime… do watch this quick and easy Christmas Tree Pop Up Card video with step by step instructions below.

Here is another adorable Winter Pop Up Card that you may fancy checking out – DIY Pop Up Snowman Card  and you may also like I Heart Crafty Things Glitter Tree Cards too! So cute.

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From rooftop bars and mini markets under the stars to frosty fun for the whole family, London is packed full of festive pop-ups. Here are some of the best ones to visit this winter.

  Award-winning West Country restaurant, The Ethicurean has come to Oxford Street’s John Lewis rooftop garden for Christmas. On offer is a menu of hearty British classics with a twist like Welsh rarebit with hot smoked arctic char, and sticky toffee apple cake with a dollop of cinnamon cream. The garden itself has been given a festive makeover, and diners can choose to book out a luxury gardening shed or sit amongst the potted trees and fairy-lights for scenic views over the capital.

This year, restaurant Coq de’Argent in the City transforms its heated skyscraper terraces into an Arctic-themed retreat. The experience starts from the elevator, fitted with an ‘Aurora Borealis Cube’ to simulate the Northern Lights. A pair of rooftop igloo tents accompanies a festive lantern-lit dining area draped in furs and fairy lights. Visitors can enjoy luxurious fine dining, and an assortment of on-theme Hennessy cocktails like the Arctic Wilderness – a warm blend of Hennessy Cognac, grape tea, Muscat sweet wine and ginger candy syrup.

From '80s hits to boyband singles and beyond, these originals are must-have additions to your holiday playlist. If you're looking for even newer releases, check out our list of Christmas songs dropped this year .

This breakup anthem surprisingly doubles as an undeniable holiday staple. Listening now is even more bittersweet with George Michael's passing last Christmas 2016.

Phil Collins, Boy George, Wham!, U2 and some of the biggest acts of the '80s join forces in this charity single. Modern British artists also united for another version of this song in 2014.


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