A free festive celebration will see Waterloo’s famous graffiti tunnel transformed – with a snowboard simulator and a giant screening of Home Alone 2.
Miracle on Leake Street, the alternative festive celebration, returns to Waterloo on Thursday 7 December for its fifth year.
Centred around a big screening of the Christmas family favourite, Home Alone 2, the unique event will begin with a cabaret performance from Pi the Mime.
Guests can take part in wreath-making classes, have their faces painted or check out the Christmas craft market for some unique gifts.
With (machine-blown) snow in the air, there will also be the chance to compete with friends and family on a snowboard simulator whilst listening to tunes provided by Santa – who is DJing the event.
Putting the unique setting to good use, one of Leake Street’s resident artists will be running free workshops so people can try their hand at doing some graffiti of their own.
It is all put together by WeAreWaterloo and South Bank London. The event is free but they are collecting on the night for Waterloo Foodbank.
When? Thursday 7 December from 7 pm to 9 pm
Where? Leake Street Arches in Waterloo