It's Time to Celebrate!

Fulham's festival of fun continues this week

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Celebrating Fulham, the annual festival highlighting all that's great about SW6, runs throughout this week until Sunday July 3.

Here's what's on on Monday, June 27

Fulham Library and Al Muntada Al Islami Mosque - Islamic Cultural Exhibition, daily until Wednesday June 29

And exhibition at the library on the religion of Islam, the Qur'an, and Islamic history as well as Muslims living in the west, open during library hours.

Tours of the mosque, a 7 Bridges Place, will take place daily during the exhibition from 12.30pm to 2pm and 5pm to 6.30pm. Phone 020 7471 8275.

Celebrate Fulham at play and party centre Gambado, at 7 Station Court, Townmead Road. Registration is free for all new families until Sunday July 3 and admission costs £7 for one child and one adult. Gambado is open from 9.30am till 5.30pm, no booking required.

Open evening at Antique and Bespoke Furniture Boutique JK - Monday June 27, from 6pm to 8pm

Visit the showroom at 559 King's Road, where the knowledgeable staff will please to answer your queries. Refreshments will be available. Phone 020 7736 0753.

The Hurlingham Quiz Night - 8pm

The hardest, most amusing quiz in London. £1 to enter and our team can be up to six people.

The Hurlingham is at 360 Wandsworth Bridge Road, and booking is a must. Phone 020 7610 9816.

The Bible in Voice and Verse, presented by the Fulham Society - Fulham Palace Great Hall, 7.30pm

A special concert of words and music as part of Celebrating Fulham Week 2011.Concert trio 'In Voice and Verse' tell the story of Genesis to Revelation using the words of the King James Bible interspersed with the famous pieces of music which those words inspired. The music will include excerpts from Haydn's ‘Creation’, Handel's ‘Messiah’, Mendelssohn’s ‘Oh for the Wings of a Dove’ and several modern compositions.

The trio consist of actor Lance Pierson, an experienced Bible performer, singer Belinda Yates, member of the Monteverdi Choir, and Heather Chamberlain, an accomplished pianist and teacher.

Tickets cost £10, and can be booked online.Phone 020 3080 0655.

During Celebrating Fulham week, there are also a host of special offers and discounts available from local shops, restaurants, hairdressers, health clubs and lots of other local businesses. Check out the details here.

For more information please contact Nicki Burgess Fulham Town Centre Manager on 020 7835 5695 or