One thing is for sure, London has
always loved a good party — we've been throwing them as far back as we can remember. From VJ Day to Notting Hill Carnival, here are some snaps of the the city doing what it does best: having a damn good time.
VJ Day street party Source Old London WW1 Courtenay Road street party, 1918 Source Buzzfeed Silver Jubilee street party. Cranbury Road, Fulham, 1977 Source Lbhflibraries Royal Wedding street party, Woodside Road, 1981 Source Mattshearer Silent Disco, Rockwell House, Shoreditch Source Spectrumvisuals Debbie Juvenile, Vivienne Westwood and fans at a Silver Jubilee boat party, Thames, 1977 Source Flashbak.com Mods dancing to Etta James' Mellow Fellow Source Tony Schokman Street party, date unknown Source Buzzfeed Disbrowe Road Silver Jubilee Street Party, June 1977 Source Lbhflibraries VJ Day street party Source Old London Peckham closes for a street party Source Diorama42 Source Thepastamaster The Queen's 90th birthday party Source Brent Toderian Street Party, Greenwich Source Patmck0607 Coronation day street party, 1953 Source Old London Setting up a Jubilee street party in London Source Davidangell Piccadilly Circus Source Concrete Soldiers Source Londonist Motcomb Street party getting warmed up Source Sophiemichell Brixton Splash Source Hellojosef Belgravia Source Londonist West London street party Source Sami Tamimi Notting Hill Carnival Source Jessicaannewoodley Notting Hill Carnival Source Mattcorby Notting Hill Carnival Source Natgeo Notting Hill Carnival Source Ted Baker Source Camden Town London VE Day street party, Wake street, Lambeth,1940s Source Old London HMS Belfast Source Cahootslondon 100 Club, 1950 Source Aucharbon Leake Street Tunnel Source Where the Heck Is Matt?
Last Updated 17 December 2018