What’s On in Hammersmith & Fulham: 2 December – 8 December


SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of what Hammersmith & Fulham has to offer.


By Katriona Ormiston

Looking for something to do this week? South West Londoner provides your weekly round up of what Hammersmith and Fulham has to offer.

Stephen Merchant: Hammersmith Apollo

Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd December 2011, 6.30pm

Prices vary

Last chance to see Stephen Merchant at Hammersmith Apollo. Globally known for his acclaimed work with partner Ricky Gervais, he has at last decided to take his considerable stand-up talents on the road. It’s not widely known he started his career as a stand-up comedian and radio presenter.

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Fulham Palace: Pantomime – Cinderella

Sunday 4th December, 1pm

Tickets: £8 adults, family ticket (x 4) £30

This wonderful piece of children’s theatre will have you, crying, laughing and booing!  Suitable for children up to 14 years, performance 70 minutes approx.

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Fulham Palace: Christmas Carol Concert

Sunday 4th December, 5.30pm

Tickets: £15

For an evening of traditional Christmas Carols with the Tabard Singers. Held Fulham Palace’s Victorian Chapel with seasonal refreshments served afterwards in front of the Great Hall’s roaring fire, this is a very special way to celebrate the festive season.

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Christmas Fair: Shepherds Bush

Saturday 3rd December

Join in with Christmas festivities at Askew Road Library from 10am-4pm

Free entry

For table space contact Jane Bushell on 020 8753 3842/4028 or email [email protected]


Christmas Competition on Fulham Road: Odd Man Out Competition

1st-21st December

Keep your eyes peeled down Fulham Road for the chance to win an impressive hamper of 20+ fantastic prizes donated by local Fulham Road businesses. This window-shopping competition requires you to locate small household objects  found in participating competition shop windows which you wouldn’t normally find there. For example a tin or baked beans in a butchers or pair of spectacles in a flower shop. Organised by Durell Arms.

To submit your guesses, go to:


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