Weekend of fun for all the family
Celebrating Fulham, the annual festival highlighting all that's great about SW6, has it grand finale with a weekend of fun and activity for all ages.
Saturday July 2
FAIR ON THE GREEN
Two live stages of music and entertainment,
over a hundred stalls, a food court, bouncy
castles, Punch & Judy, carousels, magician’s,
climbing frame, fun fair, and much more.
12noon - 5.pm, Call
020 7731 3964 for more information.
Drink Of Fulham
Celebrating the first anniversary of Drink of
Fulham with free beer tastings, vegetarian
snacks and introducing Indian masala tea
(chai) and ginger tea.
Drink of Fulham is the purveyor of world
beers, Wines, Ciders, Gujarati snacks, curry
pastes and more. For the perfect evening
out they also run a tutored Beer Tasting and
Food Matching supper club once a month.
Drink of Fulham,
349 Fulham Palace Road. All day until 6pm.
Call 020 7610 6795.
Fulham Curry Trail
Want to know more about Indian Culture?
Join Blue Badge Guide Monisha on a two
hour tour of the cosmopolitan North End
Road in Fulham. You will learn about Indian
music, dance, fabrics and rituals.
Meet West Kensington tube station.
2.30pm - 4.30pm. Free but booking required, call
020 8753 5695.
St John's Church - the
st John’s Chamber Singers presents Brahms’ Eein Deutsches Requiem.
Conducted by Ben Woodward, piano duet
with Andrew Robinson and Alex Wells,
two of London’s most renowned pianists.
Soloists performing are Elizabeth Capener
and Peter Brooke.
This concert has been
underwritten by an anonymous donor.
St John’s Church,
Fulham Island, North End Road,
Free to enter with a retiring collection. Call
020 7385 7634
Live Music at the Durell
Celebrate Fulham at the Durell with live
music from Alex Live.
The Durell Arms,
704 Fulham Road
From 9pm, call
020 7736 3014
Sunday July 3
THE FULHAM SWISH
Swishing involves getting people together
to swap gorgeous clothes and party at the
How to swish:
1) Bring between one and five items of
clothing, pairs of shoes, bags or accessories.
Items must be clean, good condition and
something that you are proud to hand on.
No children’s clothes please.
2) For each item you bring we’ll give you a
ticket, you can then take as many items
as you bring.
3) You can drop off items from 2pm
4) The clothes will be sorted and hung up on
racks, from 3pm you can browse and
from 3.15pm you can pick what you want.
5) The textile recycling charity, TRAID, will
be on hand to help you make your new
clothes your own - demonstrating easy
ways to customise an outfit.
The Fulham Swish is organised by H&F Council
in partnership with Traid. The venue has been
kindly sponsored by the Durell Arms.
Durell Arms, 704 Fulham Road,
2pm - 5pm. Booking required. Places
limited. Live music from Nathan & Nico
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, call 020 8753 1888.