What’s On in South West London: March 4 – March 11


Your guide to what’s on in and around South West London this week.


By Emma Birkett

Your guide to what’s on in and around South West London this week:

Paint the Town Green, Kingston

Tickets: Free (donations appreciated for some events)

When: Monday March 4 – Sunday March 10

A town wide festival dedicated to every thing green, thrifty and environmental. Activities taking place include discussions, films, needlecraft workshops and grow your own initiatives.

See for more detailed event information.


Modern Masters in Print, Wandsworth Museum

Tickets: £6 (Concessions available)

When: Saturday March 9 – Sunday April 21

A travelling art exhibition presents collections by some of the most famous names in 20th Century modern art. Includes works by Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali.


Lloyd Parkrun, Coombe Road, Croydon

Tickets: Free

When: Every Saturday at 9:00am

Get healthy and fit for free! This 5km timed race set in 114 acres of parkland is organised every weekend by a group of volunteers. The event can be easily reached by public transport from most areas in South West London.

For more information see:


The Farmer’s Market at Merton Abbey Mills, Colliers Wood

Tickets: Free

When: Every Saturday and Sunday from 10:00am – 5:00pm

An abundance of locally sourced food and drink is on offer at this weekly farmer’s market which takes place in a picturesque setting by the Wandle River.


Breath of the Gods: A Journey into the Origins of Modern Yoga, The Picture House, Clapham

Tickets: £10.50, £7.50. Concessions available

When: Sunday March 10, 12:00pm and Wednesday March 13, 1:00pm

The history and truth behind the modern Yoga movement is explored in this documentary film which travels to India to speak to some of Yoga’s most famous disciples.


The Romans in Greater London lecture

Tickets: £8. Concessions available

When: Monday March 11, 2:30pm

Set in the ancient surroundings of Fulham Palace, University College London’s honorary lecturer Jenny Hall, presents an archaeological and historical picture of Roman London in antiquity.

Contact [email protected] or call 020 7610 7169 to book a place.

Picture courtesy of muddbutter, with thanks.

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