What’s On in Wandsworth: 23 September – 29 September


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


By Natasha Barr

Looking for something to do this week? SW Londoner has a look at what’s on offer in Wandsworth.


Vintage Fashion Fair, Battersea Arts Centre

25th September, 9.30am-4.30pm

Tickets: £4.00, £2.50 (Concessions) and Under 16s go free

Fashionista’s head here to see over 60 exhibitors and if you hurry and you get there early to be one of the first 70 to arrive you’ll receive a free goodie bag! If you need to take a break from all the fashion there’s the vintage cafe, serving homemade cakes and refreshments.


Charity Yoga Day, Tulip Studios 3b, 9 Park Hill

24th September, 10.00am-16.00pm

Price : £30 for BWY members, £40 for non-members

A full day of yoga activities, suitable for anyone who’s had a go before.
This will prove to be a relaxing day free from stress, leaving all routine behind. The day includes an om bath, pranayama activities and dynamic yoga.
Bookings are taken via or email Anthony Grover:  [email protected]


The Children’s Monster Ball at ASPACE Children’s Furniture Store, 144 Northcote Road

26th September, 3.45pm -4.45pm

Tickets: Free

A great afternoon of monster related activities for the kids. Children’s author Priya Desai will be reading a story, there will be colouring in and decorating monster cookies. This event is perfect for children aged between 4-9.


Decorative Antiques and Textiles Fair, Battersea Park

27th September – 2nd October

Tickets: £10 on the door including catalogue which allows free re-entry

This is a huge event in the antique and interiors fair calendar, with over 130 exhibitors. If you’ve got some spare time you’ll get to see a range of beautiful and unique items. The Fair has an international reputation amongst the best in the business for well priced antiques. If you cant’ make it this week it also takes place three times a year in January, April and October.

For more information on tickets and opening times visit:


The 14th Tale, Tara Studio, Wandsworth

27th September – 1st October, 7.30pm-9.30pm 

Tickets: £11.50, £7.50 (Concessions)

From the streets of Nigeria to the streets of London, this show traces an autobiographical journey of what it means to be a young black man in London
Having won an Edinburgh Fringe First Award and completed successful runs at the National Theatre and the Almeida, Inua Ellams’ one-man show now comes to the Tara Theatre.

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