SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of what Hammersmith & Fulham has to offer.
Looking for something to do this week? SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of what Hammersmith and Fulham has to offer.
BritAsia Music Awards 2011: Hammersmith Apollo
Saturday 1 October, 6:00pm
This awads ceremony is set to ‘smash the sound barrier in the world of British Music’. As the biggest event of its kind it will be a showcase the greatest talents from the British Asian music world.
Saturday Morning Walks: Brackenbury Village
Saturday 1 October, 11:00am
Monthly guided walks explore Brackenbury Village. Participants get the chance to walk the charming streets, wander around local shops and learn about the village’s industrial past. Refreshments are served at The William Morris Pub.
Meet at Goldhawk Road tube station and bring your privilege card.
A Talk by Misha Glenny: Hammersmith Library
Monday 3 October
Guardian journalist Misha Glenny will discuss his new book Dark Market-Cyber Thieves, CyberCops and You, looking at the dangers of living online.
Foyles at Westfield will be offering £3 of the RRP of the book on the evening.
A Night at the Opera – A Tribute to Queen: Hammersmith Apollo
Tuesday 4 October, 6:30pm
Tickets: £29 – £34
If you are a fan of Queen this is a must see. this sound-a-like Queen experience brings their A Night at the Opera album back to the stage with the group playing all 18 tracks live.
Salsa Classes: Hammersmith Salsa Club, 11 Rutland Grove
Wednesday 5 October, 19:00
£8 for 1 hour
The club offers Salsa classes at 4 levels: beginner, improving, intermediate and advanced. For tickets and booking cal 07831715368 or email [email protected].
Pub Quiz at the Wheatsheaf
Thursday 6 October, 20:00
£1 to enter
A great night out with 40 questions, spot drink prizes and the winners get a two course meal for four people. The quiz is very popular so get down early to avoid disappointment.