SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of what Merton has to offer.
Looking for something to do this weekend? SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of what Merton has to offer
Charles Dickens’ Hard Times Adapted by Stephen Jeffreys
25th November – 1st December, 7.45pm
Tickets: £11.00- £13.20
Creative Cow Production Company comes to Wimbledon with an adaptation of the classic Dickensian novel, Hard Times. Set in northern England during the Industrial Revolution, Jonathan Parish, Katherine Senior, Jack Hulland and Lizzy Dive portray the tough times faced in Coketown. Follow their story as they meet visiting circus performers, stuffy business men, downtrodden workers, oppressed women, rural rascals.
Kings College School Christmas Fair
26th November, 11am-4pm
Join in the Christmas fun at Kings College School where there will be over 100 stalls selling a range of gifts including jewellery, crafts, books and gadgets. Enjoy the festive food on offer at the outdoor market and the food tent serving up delicious Christmas puddings, cakes, and cheese. There will be games for children and of course a visit from Father Christmas.
For more information visit http://www.kcschristmasfair.co.uk/
Comedy Virgins, Price of Wales, Tooting
Come along for a bit of a laugh or if you’re brave enough have a go at this open mic session. However every performer must bring a friend who comes for the start and stays till the end. Sets must be a maximum of 5 minutes long.
If you would like to perform, email [email protected]
All Saints Christmas Fair, Norman Road
26th November, 11.30am-3.00pm
A traditional Christmas Fair for all the family. Children can visit Father Christmas in his grotto and everyone can enjoy the cakes and refreshments. There will be gift stalls, a raffle and tombolas and even a ‘Human Fruit Machine’.
0208 540 5828
Christmas Fair, Mitcham Library
Mitcham Library invites you to join in with an exciting festive fair, which includes various stalls selling arts & crafts, food, drinks and lots more!
Contact 0208 274 5745