Autumn Events at Fulham Palace

Including films on the lawn and return of the art fair

Information and related stories


The Omen shooting on location in Bishops Park

Fulham Palace

The Nomad Cinema Online Ticket Sales

Fulham Palace Cafe

Open House London

Palace Art Fair


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Fulham Palace's autumn events include a treat for movie buffs with a series of outdoor movies, including The Omen, which includes scenes filmed in Bishops Park and All Sainst Church and the return of the Palace Art Fair.

Movies on the Lawn - Friday September 9, 16 and 23, at 7pm - 7.30pm (gates open 6.30pm) 
In partnership with The Nomad, the UK’s first roaming pop-up cinema, Fulham Palace will be showing a trio of specially selected film screenings outdoors on the main lawn.  Each film will be brought to life by unique theatrical, atmospheric and musical elements, resulting in a truly memorable open air cinema experience.

Choose between seductive period drama Dangerous Liaisons, classic frightener The Omen and cross-dressing, toe-tapping, vintage comedy Some Like It Hot.  Or see them all! 

With bbq, bar and the popcorn all here waiting for you just grab your friends and settle in for a great night’s viewing.

Sep 9   Dangerous Liaisons (cert 15) 
Sep 17 The Omen (cert 18) 
Sep 23 Some Like It Hot (cert PG) 
Tickets £15.

Please bring your own seating (low backed chair or picnic rug) and clothing appropriate for the weather.
BBQ and bar available or pre order a picnic hamper – three hamper options available, to order hampers or for full details of all food options view Fulham Palace Cafe or telephone 020 7610 7160.

Sunday September 18 - Open House London
Free tours which will include areas of the Palace usually closed to the public.

From 11am to 3pm, no booking necessary. For more details visit Open House London

Friday October 6 – Sunday 9 - Palace Art Fair 
Following the success of the first Palace Art Fair in 2010 Fulham Palace welcomes the fair back for 2011.  A hit with visitors who enjoyed the quality and variety of the art on show, and the friendliness of the smaller and more intimate exhibition this fair showcases just over 100 contemporary artists across all media who exhibit and sell their work direct to the public. 

In keeping the atmosphere informal, you are provided with a wonderful environment for first time art buyers or for collectors to seek out up and coming artists. 

Advance tickets £5 per person, children under 14 free.  Opening hours vary, please view the Palace Art Fair website  for full details and tickets.

September 6, 2011