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Devonshire Square's Diwali Festival

7/11/2018: 5:00 PM

Diwali, the Indian Festival of Lights, represents a fantastic opportunity for WeWork’s Devonshire Square to celebrate both its history and the 10-year anniversary of its iconic Indian restaurant Cinnamon Kitchen. Devonshire Square will be marking this special day by hosting in its atmospheric Western Courtyard a FREE attendance festival that showcases some of India’s most traditional visual arts, Rangoli, and a dance show performed by some of the finest Indian folk & classical dancers in UK. During the event, which will take place on 7th November from 5pm to 7.30pm, guests will also be able to enjoy a complimentary tasting experience of Indian confectionary preparations and canapés, served with rose milk, the traditional Indian drink made with pure rose essence, courtesy of Cinnamon Kitchen.

  • World Food Market

    International food festival in Devonshire Square with an eclectic mix of tastes and sounds from around the World.


  • Colomboloco

    Colomboloco is one of London's hottest Italian-Spanish band, a melting pot of good people coming from different walks of life and genres of music.


  • Phoebe Ella

    Phoebe Ella is a British-born jazz, soul and blues singer who's tonality echoes a previous era but who's love for R&B roots her in the 21st century.


  • Halloween in Devonshire Square

    Halloween is already in Devonshire Square! Have you seen the hundreds of spooky orange faces hanging from the Avenue’s trees?

    27/10/2014: 8:00 AM

  • Born Nomadic

    Devonshire Square is delighted to present you the work of National Geographic featured photographer and explorer Shanu Subra ‘Born Nomadic’

    1/09/2014: 8:00 AM

  • Easter

    Celebrate Easter with us at Devonshire Square. Choose one of our tasty restaurants for an egg-stra special Easter family meal, and be prepared for some yummy chocolate treats coming your way.


  • Mother’s Day

    Mother’s Day — or more correctly Mothering Sunday — is a day to honour mothers and other mother figures, such as grandmothers, stepmothers and mother-in-laws.


  • Pancake Day

    Pancake Day is traditionally known as Shrove Tuesday.