On Saturday, November 3, Lambeth Fireworks will light up Brockwell Park with two dazzling fireworks displays.
The awe-inspiring displays will be accompanied by a myriad of street food traders and a funfair throughout to offer something for everyone, families and adults alike, across the whole evening.
The theme for this year’s main event is The Time Tunnel, featuring an incredible show of high octane pyrotechnics choreographed to some of the biggest anthems of the 1980s right through to the present day.
Everyone will be welcome to watch both displays with the family show starting at 6.45pm followed by the main display at 8pm.
With only 30,000 tickets available, the event is expected to sell out fast.
Early booking is recommended to secure a place and also take advantage of cheaper prices, with Super Early Bird tickets starting from just £3.00 for Kids and £6.50 for Adults.
Family tickets are also available from £19 for a limited time only.
Prices will then rise on 16th September. Children under 3 go free. Each ticket allows access to both displays.
Singer-Songwriter Siân Eden, pictured above, will be performing on September 24 at the Croydon Folk Club, Ruskin House.
Sian Eden has been influenced by Tracy Chapman, Joan Armatrading and Joni Mitchell.
Since graduating from the Leeds College of Music in 2013, she has worked as a professional musician, singing folk, jazz and pop hits from across the decades and accompanying herself on guitar.
She has played alongside acts such as The Levellers, Katy B, Jake Bugg, Rae Morris and Anna Calvi, and appeared at the world-renowned Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club.
She will be the first guest this autumn at Croydon Folk Club, the Cedar Room at Ruskin House CR0 1BD on September 24.
Doors will open at 8pm and the evening will begin at 8.15.
Tickets at £7 or £5 for members can be booked from http://www.wegottickets.com/croydonfolk
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