What’s On in Hammersmith & Fulham: 11 November – 17 November


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


By James Pozzi

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

Jack Whitehall: Lets Not Speak Of This Again, HMV Hammersmith Apollo, Hammersmith

11th November 2011, 7pm

Tickets: £20

British Comedy Award nominee Jack Whitehall has already made a huge impact on the comedy world.

So far he’s guest hosted Never Mind the Buzzcocks, had the honour of performing for the Prince of Wales on the Royal Variety Performance and is a star of Channel 4’s Stand Up For the Week.

For tickets contact the box office on 020 8563 3800.


Motorhead Live, HMV Hammersmith Apollo, Hammersmith

12th November 2011, 7pm

Tickets: From £27.50

Motorhead’s huge success of their 35th Anniversary tour in 2010 and the release of critically acclaimed rockumentary ‘Lemmy’, proved that the band are very much keeping everything louder than everything else.

For tickets contact the box office on 020 8563 3800.


Local Treasures made in Fulham, The Wheatsheaf Pub, Fulham

13th November 2011, 9am-1pm

A fortnightly market for all the family, with an eclectic selection of Fulham’s finest and most creative traders all under one roof.

Come & enjoy the great atmosphere, comfy sofas, delicious breakfast menu, West London’s best Bloody Mary’s 2 for 1 till 1pm, Sunday papers, free refill coffee, music, unique gifts and much more…

Tickets and Booking: 020 7384 1444


Walk4Life, Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith

15th November 2011, 11am

Tickets: Free

Join in with a charity walk around the borough, raising money for good causes.

Tickets and Booking Office: 07949 244253


Tinei Mashaya – Zimbabwe Sculpture, Riverside Studios, Hammersmith

Runs until 30th December 2011

Tickets: Free

Tinei Mashaya is a talented young sculptor from Zimbabwe. Using the knowledge and skill of his ancestors, he carves vivid and inspired sculptures from the many fine stones found in his native country.

Tinei’s art lingers between sensualism and spirituality. Each piece silently speaks of the yearning of the soul to break free from the stifling needs of the physical body.

For more information, contact 020 8237 1111


Pensioners Tea Dance, Irish Centre, Hammersmith

17th November 2011, 1.30pm

Tickets: £4

Dance with live nostalgic tunes from Ireland.

For tickets contact 020 8563 8232.

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