It's Time to Celebrate!

Fulham's annual summer festival continues today

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The annual Celebrating Fulham festival continues through till Sunday July 7, with events for all ages.

Here are some of the highlights on offer this week:

Wednesday July 3, 5.50pm - 7.30pm - "Foraging" in All Saints Churchyard and Fulham Palace Grounds

A stroll through All Saints Churchyard and the uncultivated
areas of the Fulham Palace grounds looking at and talking
about the ‘wild’ food that grows there. Is sourcing wild food a
realistic prospect around west London? The walk led by John Rensten of Forage London will give city dwellers a chance to enjoy and discuss some of the amazing edible foods that grow all around us.
Meet outside the West End of All Saints Church, Putney Bridge, SW6
Free but numbers are limited, so book a place on 020 3080 0655 or email leaving your phone number for confirmation in the case of wet weather.

Thursday July 4 - July 7, 11am - midnight American Beer Festival at the White Horse

Take your taste buds on a trans-Atlantic trip as south west London’s finest beer pub showcases some of the very best America has to offer, including some never before seen on these shores with draught beers from respected brewers such as: Brooklyn, Flying Dog, Sierra Nevada,
Anderson Valley, Ommegang and a few surprises!
The White Horse, 1-3 Parsons Green,

Thursday July 4 - Government Mule, Under the Bridge, doors open 7pm

Gov’t Mule are back after last year’s sold out Blues fest London gig. Don’t miss one of the hardest working bands in rock history.
Under the Bridge, Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road SW6 1HS, tickets £27.50. To book go to Under the Bridge

Friday July 5  - West Kensington - The Famous Three Kings exposed, 5.30pm

So you already know all about Fulham’s history: this corner of west London with its colourful
street market, riverside walks and mums on school runs. But dig just a little bit deeper,
beneath the surface of the local history books, and you will unearth a character that is altogether more grimy, more fiery and a lot less like something you’d take home to meet your parents. Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the Nashville Rooms!

A talk on those crazy hazy days by Annette Albert. Creator of
Famous 3 Kings Public House, North End Road W14

Friday July 5 and Sunday 7 - Concerts at St Johns Church

Laura hudson (soprano) and Ben Woodward (piano). Three anniversaries: Wagner Wesendonck lieder, Britten Cabaret Songs and Verdi. Friday at 2pm

Jenny Doyne and Ben Woodward. Orchestral favourites including the piano duet reduction of
Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring. Sunday at 6.30pm.

St John’s Church, North End Road. Entrance free, with a retiring collection at the door. For
further information call 020 7385 7634 or email

Still to come: