What’s On in Kensington and Chelsea: 2 December – 8 December


SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of what Kensington and Chelsea has to offer.


By Amaris Cole

Looking for something to do this week? SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of what Kensington and Chelsea has to offer.


Bad Santa’s Gallery, Graffik Gallery, Portebello Road

Friday 2nd – Saturday 10th December, 10am-6pm

A hallucination-inducing collection of murials created by Bling wear. The exhibition is accompanied by a live painting, beat boxing and a mini-Christmas market, offering schnapps, cheshnuts and uniquely sourced graffitti-inspired gifts.

For more information, call: 020 8354 3592


Ballroom Dancing class, Carmel Hall of Francis Holland School, Bourne Street

Saturday 3rd December, 7.15pm

New adult classes open to individuals or couples, taught by top professionals. 

For more information, call: 0771 4319255


Natural Wine Tasting and Canapes, The Henry Root, Chelsea

Monday 5th December, 7pm

Tickets: £20

An informal evening of sipping, chatting and hearing about the world of Natural and Bio-Dynamic wines from a sommelier named Finnbar and other experts. You will have the opportunity to try five wines, and eat beautfiul canapes.

For more information, call 02073527040


Asthma UK Carol service, St Luke’s, Chelsea

Tuesday 6th December, 7pm

Tickets: £20 for adults, £10 for children. Family tickets are also availiable.

Join the St Luke’s congregation for their annual carol service to fundraise for Asthma UK- perfect to get you into the Christmas spirit while remembering the true meaning of Christmas. Music on the night will be lead by the Boy’s Choir of Westminster Under School, and mince pies on offer afterwards.

For more information, call: 0800 121 6255


A Christmas Carol, The Arts Theatre

Thursday 8th December – Saturday 14th January, 3.30pm and 7.30pm 

Tickets: from £12.50

A chance to see the classic Charles Dickens book performed live- with a difference. Simon Callow features in this one man show extravanganza. Not to be missed.

For more information, call: 0207 907 7092

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