Grand Finale for Celebrating Fulham this Weekend

Make the most of the last three days of our annual festival


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Celebrating Fulham, our annual festival of all things SW6 continues ends in style this weekend

Here are the highlights:


Friday 3 July

Learn to make alternatives to milk with nuts and seeds . Come and be inspired by raw food expert, Nadia Brydon, to make your own alternatives to dairy products. These alternative ‘milks’ can be used in hot drinks, cooking and baking, on muesli, for sauces, deserts and even on your hair and body! 
3pm -4.30pm 
Free 
Booking required 
The Haven, Effie Road, SW6 1TB 
020 7384 0099 
www.thehaven.org.uk

Aromatherapy Fragrance & Facial Sprits DIY Workshop 
Whole Foods Beauty Expert Michaela will host a 2 hour workshop where you can learn how to make your very own summer fragrance and refreshing facial sprits. 
5pm -7pm 
£20 (£10 redeemable against purchase) 
Wholefoods, 2-6 Fulham Broadway, SW6 1AA 
Book classes and workshops in store or online atwww.wfmfulham.eventbrite.co.uk

Music by the Bridge at All Saints Church 
Relaxing classics and music for children - Schumann, Rachmaninov and Grieg. With Nadia Giliova on piano. 
Doors 6.45pm, recital 7.15-8pm 
Free - any money donated to the retiring collection will be used to support music at All Saints. All Saints Church, Pryors Bank, Bishop's Avenue, SW6 3LA 
www.allsaints-fulham.org.uk/musicbythebridge

  Saturday 4 July


 

Rocking West Ken, walk guide Simon Rodway

The Famous Three Kings pub on North End Road had a fabulous 1970s. It was known as the Nashville, hosting country music before ending up as the Sex Pistols’ living room. This walking 
tour celebrates the Nashville as well as other aspects of West Ken’s music past, from U2 to Thin Lizzy to Edward Elgar. 
Guide Simon Rodway 
10am 
Free 
Booking required 
Meet outside Barons Court Station 
To book call 020 8753 5695 or lesley.grant@lbhf.gov.uk

Fair on the Green 
Family Fun Day with over 100 stalls, main Stage and children's stage areas with acts throughout the afternoon. Children’s carousels and pony rides, bouncy castle, climbing frame, trampolines, Punch and Judy shows. 
11.30am-5.30pm 
Free 
Parsons Green, SW6 4UH 
020 7731 3964

Workshop: Poulenc's Dialogues des Carmelites 
A workshop with full orchestra and soloists from Fulham Opera and the Fulham Opera Workshops Orchestra, conducted by Ben Woodward. 
Hammersmith Town Hall, King Street, W6 
4 July, open rehearsal 11am-6pm, 5 July, open rehearsal 1-6pm, run through 7pm 
£10 donation requested for observers 
Further details: 07976 836717 
www.benwoodward.london 
www.fulhamopera.com 
www.facebook.com/fulhamopera

Bishop’s Park Tour 
If you are interested in the history of Bishop’s Park, join this new guided walk of Bishop’s Park and Fulham Palace. 
2.pm 
Meet at the Putney Bridge entrance to Bishops Park 
£5 per person, accompanied children free, booking essential 
www.fulhampalace.org.ukwww.eventbrite.org.uk

Addison Singers - Chamber Choir, Jazz Ensemble & Oratorio Choir Concert 
Joint concert with an American theme! 
7.30pm 
St Andrew’s Church, Greyhound Road, W14 9SA 
www.addison-singers.org.uk

Sunday 5 July

Bishops Park Farmers Market 
Bishop's Park, Bishop's Avenue, SW6 6EA       
10am to 2pm 

Parsons Green Farmers Market 
New Kings School, opposite Cristowe Road, New King's Road, SW6 4LY 
10am-2pm 

Garden Walk at Fulham Palace  
A tour of the Fulham Palace gardens, home to unusual and historically important plants 
2pm 
Meet in the Museum 
£5 per person, accompanied children free, no booking necessary 
www.fulhampalace.org  
  
Hammersmith & Fulham Poetry Enjoyment Group 
An introduction to this group, which meets once a month to read published poems aloud, led by professional poetry performer Lance Pierson. The July topic will be Dramatic Verse. 
2pm -4.pm 
Fulham Library, 598 Fulham Road, SW6 5NX 
020 7731 6544 
www.lancepierson.org

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice 
The original boy-wizard story, performed by international award-winning outdoor theatre company Illyria in the historic Walled Garden. This show features breath taking magical illusions designed by the world famous illusionist Paul Daniels. Exciting, magical family fun for all. No seating provided. 
Gates open 2pm, show 2.30pm 
£13 adult/£8 child (ages 5+) 
Walled Garden, Fulham Palace, Bishop's Avenue, SW6 6EA 
www.fulhampalace.org

Choral Evensong at St Andrews 
Choral Evensong in classical Anglican cathedral tradition. 
6.30pm 
St Andrew’s church, Greyhound Road, W14 9SA 
parishtreasurer@live.co.uk

Royal Opera House Live: Guillaume Tell 
The final opera of Rossini, Guillaume Tell, laid the foundations for the French Grande Opera, the style that essentially dominated the operatic European stages of the mid-19th century. With the theme of liberty, the score is among the most incredible and awe-inspiring the composer ever created, and as directed by the young Damiano Michieletto, is as fascinating as its original performance. 
7.15pm 
£15-£18 
Vue Cinema, Fulham Broadway Retail Centre, Fulham Road, London, SW6 1BW 
http://www.myvue.com/latest-movies/info/film/royal-opera-house-live-guillaume-tell

Open Mic & DJ Sets at The Broadway Bar & Grill 
Open mic night, followed by dj’s until the early hours. 
The Broadway Bar & Grill, 474-476 Fulham Road, Sw6 1BY 
8pm 
www.broadwaybandg.co.uk

Bat Walk 
A night-time walk around the gardens of Fulham Palace in search of some tiny winged furry friends. Led by John Tovey of the London Bat Group, this is a chance to learn more about these shy nocturnal creatures and see them in their natural habitat. 
9pm 
Free 
Donations to the London Bat Group welcomed 
Bring solid footwear and a torch 
Booking essential 
Meet at the pedestrian entrance Fulham Palace, Bishops Avenue, SW6 6EA
020 3080 0655 
nicki.burgess@lbhf.gov.uk 
www.lbhf.gov.uk/celebratingfulham


Download the Celebrating Fulham Highlights Brochure for more details of the events.

 

July 3, 2015