Lifestyle: Enjoy a magical skating experience in London




Skate West End is an elliptical ice rink which is set to transform Hanover Square in London. It will be open from November 4th until New Year’s Day.

The Square will also be accessible to non-skaters. Hot festive drinks will be available from the central bar which will be situated beneath the trees. The partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Charity lies at the heart of this event, with a percentage from every ticket sold donated directly to the Charity to support seriously ill children at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). The money raised will help fund the hospital’s most urgent needs, such as research into paediatric brain tumours to support vital work which will help to put the brakes on this devastating childhood cancer. The target is to raise at least £55,000 for GOSH Charity. To find out more about GOSH Charity visit here.

Dee Corsi, Chief Executive of the New West End Company, said: “For many Londoners and international visitors, a day out in the West End is what Christmas is all about; from the magic of the dazzling lights displays across the district, to the flagship stores and on-street entertainment, there is truly something for everyone this festive season. Just a stone’s throw from Oxford Street, in the newly completed Hanover Square, Skate West End will provide the perfect addition of festive fun whilst enjoying a day of shopping on the nation’s high street. Visitors will be able to enjoy ice skating for the first time in this iconic London location whilst supporting the important work done by GOSH Charity.”

Tickets go on sale Wednesday 25th October 2023 from

Main Photo Credit: Courtesy of Skate West End.

Sorted Staff Writer


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