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More details - The Society of Fulham Painters & Potters Art Exhibition and Sale
The Society of Fulham Artists and Potters are exhibiting their works which are all for sale. FREE ENTRY, ALL ARE WELCOME. All the work is unique and of high quality. The paintings can be in any media. There will also be pottery, ceramics, sculptures and glassware.
The Exhibition Hall Fulham Library, 598 Fulham Road 598 Fulham Road London
Tue 15 May to Sun 20 May

More details - Saara Aalto : Eurovision Wonderland
Saara Aalto : Eurovision Wonderland Plus Special Guests. Artists performing: Saara Aalto.: Tickets avaiable.
Under The Bridge (at Chelsea Football Club), London
Wed 25 Apr

The Name Event London 2018 More details - The Name Event London 2018
Family History - Local History - Genealogy - Heritage & More
ILEC Exhibition & Conference Centre 47 Lillie Road, Earls Court
Sat 5 May and Sun 6 May
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Bus King Theatre @ The Name Event More details - Bus King Theatre @ The Name Event
"Blue Blood" a puppet theatre production especially adapted for The Name Event all onboard the Bus King Theatre an Heritage London Bus that as been changed into a Puppet Theatre After the performance if you wish, take part in the the puppet making workshop in the upper saloon
ILEC Exhibition & Conference Centre 47 Lillie Road Earls Court London
Sat 5 May and Sun 6 May
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More details - Cave 13 - The Superstitious Magic Show
Let the Superstitious assemble! Here’s some top rate trickery for you. Let’s not just celebrate luck and bad fortune on Friday 13th ... They are so infrequent! (Luckily). This unusual magic show runs on this endless theme.
Barons Court Theatre, ’The Curtains Up, 28a Comeragh Road
Sun 29 Apr

More details - The Fairground Magic Show
Richard Leigh has created an intimate underground mystical playground - a realm of magic, illusion and intrigue that will transport you to the odd-ball fairgrounds of yesteryear. A show for the whole family.
Barons Court Theatre, The Curtains Up, 28a Comeragh Road
Sun 13 May, Sun 20 May, Sun 27 May, Sun 3 Jun, Sun 17 Jun

More details - Stand Up Comedy featuring Andrew Lawrence
The Funny Side of Hammersmith is hosted at ’The Crabtree’ an iconic Victorian pub situated on a fine stretch of the Thames riverbank between Hammersmith & Putney bridges.
Upstairs @ ‘The Crabtree’, Rainville Rd, Fulham
Sun 6 May

More details - The Hurlingham Club - Open Garden for NGS
Rare opportunity to visit this 42 acre jewel with many mature trees, 2 acre lake with water fowl, expansive lawns and a river walk. Capability Brown and Humphry Repton were involved with landscaping. The gardens are renowned for their roses, herbaceous and lakeside borders, shrubberies and stunning bedding displays.
The Hurlingham Club, London
Sat 19 May

Strife In A Northern Town More details - Strife In A Northern Town
In a town, somewhere in the North... Donna and Tracey work at the local supermarket. Donna hates customers, but Tracey loves ‘em – especially round the back of the totes. Receptionists Pepsi and Lulu work at the town hall.
The Drayton Arms Theatre, 153 Old Brompton Rd, Kensington, London
Sun 13 May
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More details - Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Putney
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.
St Mary’s Church Putney High Street Putney
Thu 26 Apr

More details - Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Kensington
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.
St Stephens Gloucester Road Kensington
Wed 25 Apr

More details - Nature Knows Best
In a delightfully funny series of two person plays; by Devonshire playwright Nick Discombe, ‘Nature Knows Best’, takes a look at love and life through the eyes of a Seagull duo, a couple of Seahorses and a pair of Sheep. Each play humorously portrays man’s effect on the natural world and the creatures in it.
Cats Back Fragility Takeover 86-88 Point Pleasant
Wed 9 May and Thu 10 May

More details - Plants that heal - Botanical art exhibition
Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity are taking part in Chelsea Fringe. We are staging a Botanical Exhibition based on the healing power of plants in respiratory and cardiac medicine from Saturday 19 May – Sunday 27 May.
Glasshouse Cafe & Bar at the Chelsea Courtyard 151 Sydney Street London
Sat 19 May, Sun 27 May

More details - Janet's Jazz Night feat. Gareth Lockrane & Jane Parker with the Terence Collie Trio + Jazz Jam
An instrumental and vocal jazz concert featuring top line artists at this popular London jazz club plus a Jazz Jam open to musicians and singers. This month’s special guest will be Gareth Lockrane on flute and the guest vocalist will be Jane Parker joining the Terence Collie Trio.
Jazz Cafe Posk, 238-246 King Street, Hammersmith, W6 ORF
Fri 18 May

More details - Kensington Doll Show
Large selection of lovely antique dolls, old dolls houses, old dolls house miniatures, vintage teddies, dolls dresses, supplies and related doll accessories, all for sale. Don’t miss out!
Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street
Sun 20 May

More details - Reed bed walk
The sight and sound of tall reeds swaying in the breeze is an inspiring and evocative part of your enjoyment of the British landscape. Come on this walk into our reed beds – an area normally out of bounds to visitors – with one of our wardens.
WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes
Sun 13 May

More details - The Final Adventure of Frankie Fightwell by Chris Buxey
Performed in front of a live audience, with live foley (sound effects), this new radio play by Chris Buxey is a dark comedy about principles, money and the importance of family. Stuart is author of the beloved Young Adult literature heroine, Frankie Fightwell.
Putney Arts Theatre
Fri 11 May and Sat 12 May

More details - Reared
BAFTA-nominated writer John Fitzpatrick’s brand new play Reared will debut at Theatre503 this April. With unfailing humour, Reared tackles intergenerational conflict, postnatal depression, and the role of the Irish mother in the ‘sandwich’ generation caught looking after both their children and their parents.
Theatre503 503 Battersea Park Road, London
Today to Sat 28 Apr

More details - Special Forces: In the Shadows
This major exhibition presents ideas of security and secrecy through the lens of British Special Forces. Discover who these elite soldiers are, the training and skills they need and some of the operations they’ve undertaken around the world over the past 70 years.
Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London
Today to Tue 12 Jun

More details - Curator tour: Special Forces
Join a curator on an hour-long tour of our major exhibition ‘Special Forces: In the Shadows’. ‘Special Forces: In the Shadows’ presents ideas of security and secrecy through the lens of British Special Forces.
National Army Museum Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London
Wed 25 Apr, Wed 23 May, Wed 6 Jun

More details - Kate Adie and Frank Gardner in conversation
In a conversation chaired by Yalda Hakim, Kate Adie and Frank Gardner discuss their experiences of reporting on the Army. Chaired by BBC World News correspondent, Yalda Hakim, this conversation will explore the relationship between journalism and the Army.
National Army Museum Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London
Wed 2 May

More details - The British fiasco in Norway, 1940
John Kiszely discusses the British campaign in Norway, which took place early on in the Second World War. Drawing on his own experiences at all levels in the military, John Kiszely will assess the British campaign in Norway and its context and evolution.
National Army Museum Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London
Fri 4 May

More details - Security and the army tour
Take a free guided tour around the galleries exploring the topic of security and the army. In 2018 we’re looking at the army’s role in UK and world security throughout history. This monthly tour will highlight some of the objects and stories related to key moments and the people involved.
National Army Museum Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London
Sat 5 May, Sat 2 Jun

More details - Get hands on: Remembrance and memorial of the First World War
Join a curator for a free 20-minute object handling session in one of our galleries. In this 20-minute handling session, meet a curator and handle some objects relating to remembrance and the First World War. Suitable for all ages.
National Army Museum Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London
Tue 8 May

More details - A Different Kind of Radicalisation: The British Army, victory in Tunisia and ‘The Road to 1945’
Dr Jonathan Fennell discusses the Tunisian Campaign of the Second World War 75 years on. The victory in Tunisia was of immense significance. Barely a year after the catastrophic defeats of the summer of 1942, the shores of North Africa were in Allied hands.
National Army Museum Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London
Fri 11 May

More details - London Craft Week: Meet an armourer
Join Graham Ashford as he explains the craft of armouring. For London Craft Week, we’re discovering how and why armour is designed and made. Graham Ashford will demonstrate some armouring techniques and give you the chance to handle the finished pieces.
National Army Museum Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London
Sat 12 May

More details - Book Launch: Haig's Enemy
Dr Jonathan Boff discusses his new book ‘Haig’s Enemy: Crown Prince Rupprecht and Germany’s War on the Western Front’. During the First World War, Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria was the German general who was the closest counterpart to, and main antagonist of, both Sir John French and Sir Douglas Haig.
National Army Museum Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London
Wed 16 May

More details - Jock Lewes: A Spy After All
John Lewes discusses his novel A Spy After All, based on the life of his uncle and co-founder of the SAS, Jock Lewes. Set in the wartime years of 1940-41, John Lewes’s novel tells the fictional account of Jock Steel, a young British Army officer and spy.
National Army Museum Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London
Fri 18 May

More details - Behind the scenes: Caring for collections
Join our Collections Manager, Terri Dendy, to discover how we care for some of our most precious objects. On International Museum Day, join our Collections Manager, Terri Dendy, to learn about the conservation and preservation of the Museum’s objects.
National Army Museum Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London
Fri 18 May

More details - K Koke headline show
K-Koke will play the Clapham Grand concert hall on 1st May 2018. K.Koke’s hard-hitting, old school style has created a loyal and dedicated fan base that has rippled all the way across the Atlantic.
Clapham Grand St Johns Hill
Tue 1 May

More details - 12 Lansdowne Road - Open Garden for NGS
A country garden in the heart of London. An old mulberry tree, billowing borders, rambling Rosa banksiae, and a greenhouse of climbing pelargoniums.
12 Lansdowne Road, London
Thu 10 May

More details - Spectrum Art Prize 2018
The Spectrum Art Prize is a new national award which celebrates the exciting work produced by artists on the autistic spectrum. This two-day exhibition features the work of finalists Nnena Kalu, Yap, Charlotte Amelia Poe, Emma Selwyn, Jessica Chowdhury, Peter Matthews and Dawnne McGeachy.
Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Rd, Chelsea, London
Tue 1 May and Wed 2 May

More details - Calum Scott
Calum Scott Plus Daniel Docherty. Artists performing: Calum Scott.: Tickets avaiable.
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London
Tue 24 Apr

More details - Laugh Train Home ft. Ava Vidal
Ava Vidal (Mock the Week, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Kings of Comedy), with Sean Mcloughlin ((Russell Howard’s Stand-Up Central and Comedy Central’s Live at The Comedy Store), Ben Fogg and MC Robyn Perkins Laugh Train Home is known for hilarious comedy nights, a fun atmosphere and a bit of the unexpected.
The Four Thieves, 51 Lavender Gardens, Battersea
Wed 25 Apr

More details - 27 St Peters Square - Open Garden for NGS
This long, secret space, is a plantsman’s eclectic semi-tamed wilderness. Created over the last 10yrs it contains lots of camellias, magnolias and fruit trees.
27 St Peters Square, London
Sun 6 May

More details - St George's Day Concert - Band of the Coldstream Guards
Direct from duties at Buckingham Palace, the Band of the Coldstream Guards returns to Cadogan Hall to celebrate this most important of English days.
Cadogan Hall, 5 Sloane Terrace, London
Today
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More details - Easter Arts & Crafts, Egg Hunt and Dining Out
|| Easter Egg Hunt || Colourful eggs will be hidden in secret locations across the riverwalk at Circus West Village, with children encouraged to explore this exciting new destination to see how many they can collect.
Battersea Power Station, Circus West Village, Sopwith Way, Grosvenor Arch
Today to Mon 30 Apr

More details - Make Your Own Kokedama Workshops
Experts from Jar and Fern will host the sessions, giving green-fingered enthusiasts the skills to create their own unique Japanese hanging plant arrangement to take home at Capital Gardens.
Capital Gardens- Neals Nurseries, Heathfield Road, Wandsworth
Today, Mon 30 Apr

More details - Arundel & Ladbroke Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
This private communal garden is one of the few that retains its mid Victorian design. It has evolved into a woodland garden, with year-round colour and interest, particularly in spring with rhododendrons, camellias, foreign exotics and glades of spring bulbs.
Arundel & Ladbroke Gardens, Notting Hill
Sun 20 May

More details - Eaton Square Garden - Open Garden for NGS
Thomas Cubitt laid out the 6 formal gardens flanking either side of the Kings Rd in 1826 in what was the main approach to Buckingham Palace. Eaton Square Gardens today combines well-manicured lawns, shady pathways and mixed borders with quiet seating and contemporary sculptures.
Eaton Square Garden, London
Sun 6 May

More details - Arundel & Elgin Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
A friendly and informal garden square with mature and rare trees, plants and shrubs laid out according to the original Victorian design of 1862, one of the best preserved gardens of the Ladbroke estate. The central hedged garden area is an oasis of tranquillity with extensive and colourful herbaceous borders.
Arundel & Elgin Gardens, Notting Hill
Sun 20 May

More details - Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Barnes
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.
St Michael and All Angels 39 Elm Bank Gardens Barnes
Wed 16 May, Wed 6 Jun

More details - Inside Meteora - Paolo Pedroni
Following the great success of last October, Dorothy Circus Gallery is proud to unveil "Inside Meteora", a series of never seen before artworks by artist Paolo Pedroni, the artist was recently mentioned in the exibart’s guide "222 emerging Italian artists worth investing in 2018".
79 - 81 Ledbury Road
Today to Sat 28 Apr, Mon 30 Apr to Fri 4 May

More details - The windows of the soul - Gosia
DCG is excited to present for the first time in Europe the extraordinary work of Canadian sculptor Gosia. --
79 - 81 Ledbury Road
Sat 5 May

More details - Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Chiswick
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.
St. Michael and All Angels Bath Road Chiswick
Fri 18 May

More details - Jazz Mondays at George IV
Jazz Mondays is a London-based big band that performs all over the South, especially festivals including Ealing Jazz Festival. A 13-strong line up with a wall of saxophones (from soprano to baritone), a tight four-piece rhythm section and a vocalist who knocks your socks off!
185 High Road, Chiswick, London
Thu 26 Apr

More details - Eccleston Square - Open Garden for NGS
Planned by Cubitt in 1828, the 3 acre square is subdivided into mini gardens with camellias, iris, ferns and containers. Dramatic collection of tender climbing roses and 20 different forms of tree peonies. National Collection of ceanothus incl more than 70 species and cultivars.
Eccleston Square, London
Sun 6 May

More details - 51 The Chase - Open Garden for NGS
Member of the Society of Garden Designers, Charles has created the garden over 30yrs. In 2015 the main garden was remodelled, to much acclaim. Spectacular in spring, when 2000 tulips bloom among irises and tree peonies. Scented front garden. Rupert’s geodetic dome shelters seedlings, succulents and subtropicals.
51 The Chase, London
Thu 26 Apr

More details - Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Earlsfield & Southfields
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.
St. Barnabas 146 Lavenham Road Earlsfield
Tue 8 May, Tue 5 Jun

More details - A Murder Is Announced by Agatha Christie
From Wednesday 9th to Saturday 12th of May 2018, we will be performing Agatha Christie’s A Murder is Announced, at St Barnabas Church.
St Barnabas Church, Lavenham Road, Southfields
Wed 9 May to Sat 12 May