What’s On in Wandsworth: 28 October – 3 November


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


By Hardeep Matharu

Looking for something to do this week? SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of what Wandsworth has to offer.


Halloween Wings Workshop: Wandsworth Museum

28 October, 11.00am-1.00pm


Come and create a Halloween costume and listen to some spooky stories from the Wandsworth area.

Call 0208 870 6060 for further information or email [email protected]


Halloween Beer Festival: Wandsworth Common

28-29 October

Tickets: £4

Wander along to Wandsworth Common for this annual Halloween beer festival which is hosted by Le Gothique.  The festival showcases regional and micro breweries from around the country, with 90 different real and ales and 20 ciders.  Don’t miss this event which is billed as “a festival of dark, autumnal, mild barley wine, porter and stout from the four corners of Britain”.


MELD Exhibition: Pump House Gallery, Battersea Park

28October – 6 November


Come and enjoy this audio-visual exhibition which is part of October’s Black History Month.  This exhibit covers well-being, mental health and recovery and there will be a free lyric workshop and recording session for aspiring singers and poets.

Visit for further information and email [email protected] to reserve a place.


Fleur de Paris: Le Quecum Bar and Brasserie, Battersea High Street

30 October, 6.00pm

Tickets: £12

Experience a sparkling night of authentic 1930s Paris society with this relaxing combination of live music and great food.  A mesmerising chanteuse will lead you into an elegant era in a unique atmosphere.

This event is suitable for those aged 18 and above.

For further information call 0207 787 2227 or email [email protected]


Tupac Shukar – The Right to Remain: Tara Studio, Wandsworth

1-5 November

Tickets: £7.50-11.50

This new play from the US aims to develop our knowledge of one of the most misunderstood figures in the music industry and uncover the truth and motivations behind the actions of the rapper Tupac Shukar.

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