22 Jun
18 Aug
Sam Wu is NOT Afraid of Ghosts
Saturday 22 June – Sunday 18 August

Recommended for ages 6-12



Sam Wu is NOT a scaredy-cat (except he is). When a trip to the Space Museum goes terrifyingly wrong, Sam begins a mission to prove to everyone that he is a fearless space adventurer…

Adapted for stage from Katie and Kevin Tsang’s best-selling book, join Sam and his deadly pet snake sidekick as he faces his fears and tries to defeat the Ghost King once and for all at the premiere of this brand-new adventure.

Sam Wu is NOT Afraid of Ghosts by Katie & Kevin Tsang. Illustrations © 2018 Nathan Reed. Published by Farshore, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers.



Approximately 1 hour 20 minutes (including an interval)



Access Performances:

Relaxed: Saturday 20 July 11am

Audio described: Sunday 21 July 2.30pm

BSL interpreted: Friday 26 July 2.30pm

Captioned: Wednesday 31 July 2.30pm



Tickets from £10*

(Group and multi-buy offers available)

*£2.50 transaction fee applies to phone and online bookings. T&Cs apply.
Sun 18 Aug 2024, 2:30 pm
Read more
01 Jul
14 Jul
Big Screen Tennis on The Wimbledon Piazza
Love Wimbledon's Big Screen is back this summer on The Piazza to showcase The Wimbledon Championships!

No booking is required! Free for all to come and watch.

Experience the vibrant atmosphere of the Wimbledon Championships on the Big Screen on The Piazza, the perfect place to catch all the action and plenty of deck chairs to lounge in. Bring your colleagues and friends, and don’t forget your sun cream. No queues – free, fun for everyone!
Sun 14 Jul 2024, 5:00 pm
Read more
03 Jul
11 Aug
How to Catch a Star
Wednesday 3 July – Sunday 11 August

Recommended for ages 3-5



Once there was a boy who was always looking up. He dreamt of having a star as a friend. This is the story of his adventure.

Based on the beloved book by award-winning Irish author Oliver Jeffers, Branar are proud to present How to Catch a Star.

This adaptation directed by Marc Mac Lochlainn, seamlessly blends stunning puppet design by Suse Reibisch, a magical original score by Colm Mac Con Iomaire, with Branar’s signature storytelling - creating a show which reminds us all to follow our dreams.

How To Catch a Star is published by HarperCollins Children’s Publishers.



Approximately 45 minutes



Relaxed performance: Sunday 21 July 10.30am



Tickets from £14*

(Group and multi-buy offers available)

*£2.50 transaction fee applies to phone and online bookings. T&Cs apply.
Sun 11 Aug 2024, 1:30 pm
Read more
20 Jul
Beekeeping Taster Day
What goes on in the mysterious world of the beehive?

With guidance and demonstrators from Wimbledon Beekeepers' Association's beekeepers, you will have the opportunity to take a look inside a hive and discover the fascinating craft of beekeeping.
The session will consist of a practical introduction to the world of the honey bee and experience some of the various tasks a beginner will have to master. You'll be able to see inside a hive, hold a frame with honey bees on it and get to know if beekeeping is something for you.
Sat 20 Jul 2024, 2:00 pm
Read more
20 Jul
Mitcham Market
Come and support small local businesses at Mitcham Market Square!

On Saturday 20th July, Mitcham Market will host a series of small businesses that will be selling food and crafts. Come along and buy local!

There will also be activities taking place on the Fair Green.
Our Parks will be hosting their weekly free exercise class from 10am-11am.
If you'd like to take part, please sign up here: www.ourparks.org.uk/borough/fair-green-mitcham-market

The All Nations Revival Church and Stronghold Cheshire will also be providing free circus skills activities and dance performances from 11.30am-1pm for all.

The Council are piloting different events in the market square in response to the 'Mitcham Matters' public consultation where local residents expressed that they would enjoy more events in the Town Centre.
Sat 20 Jul 2024, 4:00 pm
Read more
11 Jul
St John's July Lunchtime Concert: Robert Mingay-Smith (organ)
Please join us for our July lunchtime concert at St John's, Wimbledon with our Director of Music, Robert Mingay-Smith (organ)

Generously supported by the Tertis Foundation, Robert will be playing works by Charles Villiers Stanford in his centenary year.

Doors open from 12.30pm for tea/coffe/homemade cake and savouries. Entry is free with a retiring collection to support St John's Music Fund.

To join our mailing list and for more information about upcoming concerts, please email: jane.long@me.com.

Please note that there is no August recital but we look forward to seeing you again in September.
Thu 11 Jul 2024, 8:49 am
Read more
14 Aug
25 Aug
Rise and Fall
Wednesday 14 - Sunday 25 August

Recommended for ages 2-5

Returning due to popular demand after a sell-out run in 2023!

Come and explore an ecosystem of balloons: universes in miniature. In Rise and Fall you’ll meet all manner of balloons from small floating moons to vast bouncing orbs. Forever expanding and contracting, balloons are free to float, fly and sway. Hold your breath and go sailing away.  Rise and Fall is a poetic and intriguing performance for young audiences about holding on and letting go.

At the end of the show you can take your own balloon home with you! 

A gentle and relaxing show for ages 2 - 5 years and their families.

Approximately 50 minutes (including a 15 minute stay and play)

Tickets from £14*
(Group and multi-buy offers available)
*£2.50 transaction fee applies to phone and online bookings. T&Cs apply.
Sun 25 Aug 2024, 12:00 am
Read more
27 Aug
30 Aug
Holiday at Home
Holiday at Home is a week of good company, good food and good fun aimed at retired people. It is held at Dundonald Church Raynes Park during the last week of August.

The day starts at 10.30 with coffee and cake. There are various fun workshops where visitors can try out something new. We will eat a meal together in the middle of the day and in the afternoon there are various workshops and activities going on, as well as a short talk. The day finishes about 4pm.

There will be a range of things to do so visitors can get involved as much or as little as they like; if they want to just sit and read a newspaper, that’s fine!

The event will run from Tuesday 26th August to Friday 30th August 2024 this year– guests can come for one day or the whole thing.

There is no need to book.

There is no charge for this event but guests are welcome to make a donation for lunch if they wish.
Fri 30 Aug 2024, 4:00 am
Read more