Remember remember the fifth of November - the night when fireworks light the skies in remembrance of Guy Fawkes and his failed Gunpowder Plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament in 1605.
Events are taking place all across London this week, with bonfires, food stalls and live music. Here is our pick of the best firework displays around the capital.
This year's show promises to be "bigger and brighter than ever" with a laser show, as well as craft beer and food stalls with cuisines from around the world.
Gates open at 4pm and the display starts at 9pm on the Friday 4 November. On Saturday, the gates will open at 3pm and the display will take place at 8pm.
Coram's Fields in Bloomsbury will be hosting its annual fireworks display again this year on Friday 4 November. You don't need to buy tickets and entry is free. Doors open at 3pm and the fireworks display will take place at 5.15pm.
A free fireworks display will take place from 6.30pm on Sunday 6 November at the Arena Square, Wembley Park, with street entertainment from performers, street food and more.
The Harrow Fireworks Display will take place on Saturday 5 November. Gates open at 12pm and the display will start at 7.30pm. It is advised to buy your tickets online.
The annual fireworks display at Clissold Park in Hackney will take place on Saturday 5 November, with a fun fair and food and drink stalls. The child-friendly display is set to music and this year's theme is "animals". Gates open at 5.30pm and the display starts at 7pm.
The annual fireworks display at Victoria Park will take place on Sunday 6 November, with food and drink available from 6pm.
This year, the Battersea Park firework show will be held on Saturday 5 November. Doors open at 6pm and the display, set to music, will begin at 8pm. Advance tickets onle - tickets will not be available on the door.
Entrance is free to the fireworks display on Saturday 5 November. The funfair will start at 12pm, food stalls and a bar will open at 5pm and the display will start at 8pm.
Two shows will take place this year - an earlier display at 7pm for children and the main event at 8.30pm. You can book your tickets online.
This year's event is free and gates open at 5pm. The last entry for the fireworks will be at 6.30pm and the event is ticketed to help control numbers.
Morden Park will host two firework displays on Saturday 5 November, along with food and drink stalls. The first is a magic-themed children's display at 6.45pm, followed by musical show at 8.30pm.