Entertainment Listings… What’s On Art, celebrity, music, entertainment, and all things leisure. Anil Seth: Being You, Afrikan Boy, Queer Cabaret – The Festival of Radical Care, Clapham Book Festival Day, The Balimaya Project, Elephant and Castle Walking Tours and The House of Many Cultures: Others’ Story’.
Comedian Ed Byrne is bringing his new show If I’m Honest to Blackheath Halls on October 20 – covering his sense of responsibility as a father, what it means to be a man in the modern world, and whether he possesses any qualities whatsoever worth passing on to his two sons.
Refugee Support, an international volunteer organisation helping refugees rebuild their lives by providing short-term, essential aid is staging a festival fundraiser in Balham on November 3. The charity’s popular Dignify Festival will be returning this year to the Bedford pub in Bedford Hill, Balham.
What’s On Listings this October. Art, celebrity, music, entertainment, and all things leisure. Dive into the magical world of Club Origami, Takeshi Matsumoto’s immersive and interactive dance show inviting family audiences with children aged five and under to create, imagine and explore new ways of thinking, playing and moving.
Streatham Festival kicks off today with an exciting range of live music, art, photography and literature events. The festival, which runs until October 17, is also offering a range of local projects. An event with 10 local bands performing in 10 venues in 10 hours is set to take music fans a tour round the neighbourhood.
Visitors will be given the chance to watch a painting restored live at the Queen’s House in Greenwich. From October 25, A Royal Visit to the Fleet in the Thames Estuary by Willem van de Velde the Younger will be conserved in the Van de Velde Studio.
A photography exhibition telling the story of four unrelated Jamaicans who travelled to South-east London in the 1950s has opened this week. Entwined is on display at the Zari Gallery until October 29.
Clapham’s Studio Voltaire is back with a bang, reopening this month with a major exhibition of San Francisco–based artist William Scott. An expansive exhibition of more than 80 paintings, drawings and sculptures, from the early 1990s to present.
What’s On this Autumn…. To start recycling week, London Bridge City will be hosting the spectacular Ocean Photography Awards exhibition, run by Oceanographic Magazine, which celebrates our beautiful ocean and highlights the many plights it’s facing.
The Clapham Book Festival is back this autumn with a special celebratory day on Saturday, The distinctive and quirky book festival, taking place on Clapham Common Northside, was inaugurated in 2016, and this year’s event is set to include something for everyone.October 16.
RHS and Saatchi Gallery set to give Chelsea Flower Show a run for its money with Botanical Art and Photography Show
One of the UK’s leading gardening charities is proving to be more than just a one trick peony as Londoners get ready to celebrate all things floral this month.
A new festival featuring three days of inspirational storytelling in the heart of London will be held next week. The programme celebrates a diverse range of talent, including leading authors, poets, screenwriters, debut novelists and comedians.