Food Fortnight at We Are Waterloo
Friday 28th June – Friday 12th July
We Are Waterloo is hosting a fortnight focused on all things food, with a 90s twist! Check out all the great events they have on this weekend, from Cocktail Masterclasses to Cheesy Saturday! Lower Marsh Market is also open Saturday for all the vintage and handmade trinkets you can find.
Royal Greenwich Get Together and Armed Forces Day
Saturday 29th June
This free event is a great day out for all the family and will take place across the whole of Woolwich from General Gordon Square right down Number One Street on the Royal Arsenal to the river. Activities this year include an eclectic line up of live music, children’s entertainment, theatre, circus, arts and crafts, sports activities and workshops. There will also be a carnival-style community parade and an armed forces area featuring military vehicles and displays, marine activities on the river and a veterans' parade and award ceremony.
Tower Bridge: Celebrating 125 Years
Saturday 29th – Sunday 30th June
Tower Bridge was officially opened on 30 June 1894 and this year marks its 125th anniversary. To celebrate London’s best-loved landmark, Tower Bridge invites you inside to discover more about its history in a packed programme of talks, exhibitions and activities for visitors of all ages throughout 2019. Visitors to the Bridge on 29 and 30 June will be able enjoy the anniversary weekend festivities for just £1.25 and receive an exclusive souvenir bookmark.
Chislehurst Food and Drink Festival
Friday 28th – Sunday 30th June
Chislehurst Recreation Grounds
Chislehurst Food and Drink Festival delivers a strong line up of live music alongside a great selection of local, national and international stalls. Free entertainment for the whole family, street food, bars of distinction and an alfresco dining area.
Brockwell Park, Herne Hill
It’s set to be over 30 degrees this weekend, so why not cool off with a spot of swimming? Nestled in the corner of Brockwell Park, the lido is a much-loved local landmark which has been at the heart of the local community since 1937.
Luna Cinema: A Star is Born
Saturday 29th June
Crystal Palace Park
The palace may have gone (being destroyed by fire in 1936), but the dinosaurs remain and now, for the third time this historic site will host cinema under the stars! The Luna Bar with Estrella will be onsite serving a full selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Food will be available from gourmet partners on-site.