West Norwood Feast
Enjoy artisan, vintage and craft stalls, along with our farmer’s market showcasing local produce and finest preserves, with lots of free entertainment and family activities throughout the day. All served with plenty of food by a range of food stalls in West Norwood.
Free to attend from 10am – 4pm
Norwood High Street July 7
Gazpacho Gatherings: communal dining by Alvalle
Experience the fire and flavour of the Spanish kitchen at some of London’s most loved community gardens. Grab your friends and family and meet some new people over a glass of gazpacho as well as a live Mediterranean cooking demonstration and a three-course Spanish meal including drinks. Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses,
Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Greenwich & Blackheath
Bach to Baby is the critically acclaimed classical concert series for babies, toddlers and their carers. Tots dance, roam about and revel in the wonder of live music, while you take a moment out of your busy day to hear top notch performances by outstanding musicians, with your young babes in tow.
Mycenae House, 90 Mycenae Road
Cygnet Players presents Spring Awakening
Based on the 1891 much-censored play by Frank Wedekind, Spring Awakening follows a group of adolescent boys and girls as they discover their sexuality. In a world where children are told what to be and what to do, this celebration of rebellion is set against an electrifying score which is both thrilling and heart-wrenching.
The Stockwell Playhouse, 208 Wandsworth Road
Parsons Green Fair
A fair organised by Fulham Good Neighbours will take place on Saturday July 6 between 11.30am-5.30pm. Attractions include: Angel Eyes tribute act to ABBA, children’s dancing schools, a magician, Punch and Judy shows, balloon modelling, Fun Fair, Chelsea FC skills, Numerous Food Stalls and over 150 charity, craft, and commercial Stalls.
Parsons Green, Fulham
Soho Cinders is a witty, heart-warming musical twist on the classic fairytale, Cinderella. The musical is set in Soho and Cinderella is replaced by a young man called Robbie who gets wrapped up in an affair with a politician called James Prince. The story mixes elements of Cinderella with modern day political scandals in an urban setting.
Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, Fleet Street
Ghosts and Execution Tour
A two-hour guided walking tour visiting haunted locations and famous execution sites of William Wallace and hearing about spooky tales of London’s dark and dangerous past.
St Paul’s Tube station, London
July 11 and July 18
Family Fun Day
A day of fun will take place at the All Saints Church in New Eltham and will include all the usual activities and treats. Taking place in the church, hall and grounds providing a variety of charity stalls, games, craft stalls, homemade cakes, children’s colouring competition, a bouncy castle and face-painting.
All Saints Church, Bercta Road, New Eltham
Yamaha Music London: Busk In London Competition
It’s International Busking Day on July 20 and to celebrate, Yamaha Music London is looking to send one artist, duo or band to play on the main stage at Wembley Park. Open to performers aged 16 to 30, this is an incredible opportunity. All musicians (including accompanists) will play on Yamaha instruments, chosen on the day. There’s no entry fee for the audience.
Yamaha Music London, 152-160 Wardour Street
July 5 and July 12
Hamlet is back from university; back home to a restless little island hanging on to the edge of Europe. Everything has changed; his country is in crisis; his father murdered; and his uncle, a right-wing strongman, has seized power. Amid all the chaos his mother has committed the ultimate betrayal. This modern promenade production will place Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy within a contemporary context that will illuminate both the play and our own relationship with its timeless themes.
St Pauls Church, Bedford Street, Covent Garden
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