What’s On in Merton: 4 November – 10 November


SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of what Merton has to offer.


By Thomas Duffell

Looking for something to do this week? South West Londoner provides your weekly update of what’s on in Merton.

Arts and Crafts Workshop

Saturday 5th November

Tickets: Free

Donald Hope Library on Colliers Wood High Street plays host to an arts and crafts workshop for people of all ages and abilities around the theme of bonfires, fireworks and festivals of light. The workshop is funded by Merton Arts and led by a professional artist from ACAVA.

For more information on the event call 07982721496 Keith Spears or visit

King’s College Fireworks display

Saturday 5th November 5:00pm to 9:00pm

Tickets: £15 cons £10, under 10’s £8

Spectacular fireworks display and bonfire, celebrating 100yrs of King’s College relocation to Wimbledon.

For more information visit


New Rider Open Morning: Wimbledon Village Stables

Ever wanted to go horse riding? Well come along to Wimbledon Village Stables and meet the instructors/horses.

Watch a lesson, and find out how the membership scheme works in a relaxed informal environment, and meet other like-minded potential riders.

If you are interested please email Claire on [email protected]

Charlotte’s Web: Polka Theatre, Wimbledon

11th November – 4th February

Tickets: £8 – £16

Polka Theatre presents E.B. White’s classic Charlotte’s Web. The kids will love this adaptation of the famous tale of Wilbur the pig and his friendship with Charlotte the spider.
For ages 5-11 

For more information or to book tickets visit or call Box Office on 020 8543 4888 


One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest: New Wimbledon Studio Theatre

15th – 19th November

Tickets: £14

Carlton Dramatic Society presents One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest at the New Wimbledon Studio Theatre 103 The Broadway. In a State mental institution a life affirming brawler rallies patients and challenges authority in this production that ends with a memorable though disturbing climax. 

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