What’s On in Hammersmith & Fulham: 23 September – 29 September


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


By Katriona Ormiston

Looking for something to do this week? SW Londoner gives you a weekly round-up of what’s happening in Hammersmith and Fulham.

Movies on the Lawn: Some Like it Hot, Fulham Palace

Friday 23 September, 7:15pm

Tickets: £15

In partnership with The Nomad, the UK’s first roaming pop-up cinema, Fulham Palace will be showing Some Like it Hot (PG) outdoors on the main lawn. It will be brought to life by unique theatrical, atmospheric and musical elements, resulting in a truly memorable open air cinema experience. BBQ and bar available or pre order a picnic hamper – three hamper options available, to order hampers or for full details of all food options view or telephone 020 7610 7160.

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The Wild Bride: Lyric Hammersmith Theatre

7 September – 24 September

Ticket prices vary

This play tells story of truth, love and heartbreak we meet our young heroine who, having escaped the clutches of both the devil and her father, sets out into the wilderness on a brave journey of discovery.

For tickets visit or call the box office on 08700 500 511

Argentine Tango Classes for Complete Beginners: Chateau 6, Fulham Road

26th September, 7.30-midnight

Tickets: £5 / £3

Every Monday head to ‘the Tango Bar’ at Chateau 6 (563 Fulham Road) to learn the amazing Argentine Tango. The class is taught by Leonardo & Tracey who teach authentic Argentine Tango. There is no need for a partner and you don’t need to book just turn up and enjoy!

Slave – A Question of Freedom: Riverside Studios, Hammersmith

6 September – 1 October.

Tickets: £18 (Prices vary)

Winner of the inaugural Man Eve News Pete Postlethwaite Best New Play Award 2011. This true story is powerful and inspiring. Sold into slavery from the Sudan, twelve-year-old Mende Nazer was in 2000 passed to a diplomat’s family in London where she escaped, only to face a new struggle for asylum and freedom.

Lyric Comedy Night: Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, King Street

25 September, 8pm

Tickets: £20-£15

This mouthwatering Sunday night of comedy features grumpster Jeremy Hardy, crazed Canadian Phil Nichol, unashamedly geeky Matthew Crosby, Welsh award-winner Wes Packer and resident curator/MC Richard Herring.

Pub Quiz: The Albion London Peculiar

26 September, 7.30pm

Tickets: £1 entry per person.

Pub quiz running every Monday night. General knowledge quiz. Max 6 per team.

Tel: 02076032826

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