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Kylie Minogue and the Oxford Street Christmas Lights Switch On – November 1st 2015



Now in its 56th year, the Oxford Street illuminations tend to be the largest and most spectacular in the capital, this year there will be a new glittering display of silver lights and  445 gold baubles to start the festive season!


This year,  Kylie Minogue is going to turn on the Oxford Street Christmas lights. The lights will be switched on this Sunday 1 November outside Pandora’s flagship store at 5.30pm , in previous years Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Robbie Williams have flicked the switch. There is also music from Capital FM DJ’s Lisa Snowden and Dave Berry, and both X Factor winner Ben Haenow and Fleur East will perform their new singles, along with Gabriella Aplin, Grammy winners Foxes, and the cast of Matilda The Musical.


The show will take place outside Pandora store, Park House with a prompt start of 5.30pm with the show  also be live streamed onto 3 screens along West Oxford Street.


In a major change to the event, shoppers will be able to enjoy a traffic-free environment on West Oxford Street from 2pm – 6.30pm and nearby shops will be offering special discounts.


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