Bermudians in London will celebrate Heritage Day on Monday in the UK — Bermuda-style.

The Fifth annual Bermuda Day in London Celebration will be held on May 27 in the heart of Camden Market at Lockside and West Yard.

The event will kick off at 12pm and go until 2am with music, dancing, games and food. It is being organised by Spredluv and CKC Corporation.

Local artists Ramon Clarke, Amori “Marvo” Browne and Allan “Stagalee” Simons will perform at the event and will fly to London this week.

 There have been various fundraisers on island, including a Fish Fry and Codfish and Potato breakfasts to raise money.

Cha’Von Clarke of CKC Corporation said: “Bermuda Day in London is a fast growing cultural and heritage event held annually.

 “The successful festival of Bermuda’s talents has grown each year and in 2012, the event was an unbelievable celebration with approximately 2,000 people attending.

“It also saw the event move from an all indoor event to include an outdoor main stage for Bermudian talent for performing soul R&B, reggae and hip hop.”

Ms Clarke explained what this year’s event will offer.

“This year will be no exception as we’ll be celebrating in true island style with live performances, DJs, puppeteers, children’s and family zone, games, limbo competition, authentic Bermudian cuisine and, of course, Bermuda’s favourite cocktails — Rum Swizzle and Dark ‘N Stormy from the Lockside Lounge rum shack throughout the day and party all night long inside the Lockside Lounge.”

Entry for the event is free and Bermudians in London are encouraged to attend.

Bermuda Day in London began in 2009 by Beatnik Roubaine as a way to bring Bermudians living and studying in the UK together to celebrate the island’s heritage. It was also a way to expose people in the UK to Bermuda and what it has to offer.