Festivals and public events - what's on
A guide to festivals and public events taking place in Lambeth.
Morley Winter Fair
Sunday 1 December 2013, 11.30am to 3.30pm
Start the season’s festivities with the Morley Winter Fair.
With beautiful handmade gifts, tasty treats, fun family activities, live music and performances all under one roof, there is plenty to keep the whole family entertained.
- Arts and craft stalls
- Street food
- Live music and dance
- Family activities
- Book stall
- Face painting and more.
For a full programme of performances and family activities visit the Morley College website
Venue: Morley College, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HT
Nearest stations: Lambeth North, Waterloo, Elephant and Castle
More information: 020 7450 1929
Community arts festival with numerous arts events including comedy, film, art, photography, literature, food, music and dance, held in a variety of locations all over Streatham, from bars to churches and parks to youth centres.
Waterloo Carnival is an annual community-run event with workshops, music and dancing and a magnificent carnival procession all taking place on and around Lower Marsh, SE1.
London’s largest annual open air contemporary arts event, buy direct from artists with prices for every budget, and food and entertainment through the day. Josephine Avenue, London SW2 from 10am to 6pm.
This annual event is Brixton’s largest free community street festival. It aims to showcase the vibrancy of Brixton through the provision of live music, poets, art exhibitions, street theatre, craft markets and children’s activities.
An England-wide programme of festival events, Colourscape lands in Clapham Common annually for five days of music and colour events, and has been running for 21 years.
The Stockwell Festival is an annual festival produced by Stockwell Partnership and held in lovely Larkhall Park.
Lambeth Country Show
The show has all the attractions of a traditional country fair, such as home grown vegetables, jams, chutneys, horticultural shows, sheep dog and owl displays, but with a distinctly urban South London vibe.
On the first weekend of October 2013 individual artists and crafts people across the borough open their work spaces to the public. An opportunity to buy direct from the artist, admission to spaces is free and will be open from 11am to 6pm.
A rich programme of free events and activities about the history and heritage of the borough and its communities during the whole of September, brought together by Lambeth Archives and the Lambeth Local History Forum.