Friday 9th June

Music and Movement

Drop-in musical play, songs and dance activities delightfully engage babies and their loved adults. Live instruments, colourful resources and skilfully woven activities are a precursor to music appreciation. From newborn babies to 3-year-old toddlers. Classes are Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:45am, see our website for more information. "
Wednesday 7th June from 9.45 a.m.
The Music House for Children
£8 per child / £14 for siblings (saving £2) 020 8932 2652

Open Age - Expressive Art

From colouring to collage, figurative to folk art, discover your inner artist at our friendly weekly class. In partnership with Nubian Life.
Friday 9th June from 2.00-3.00 p.m.
Nubian Life Bus: 72, 207, 228, 260, 272, 283, 607 Tube: Shepherds Bush Market

War Paint -National Army Museum

Explore why artists and soldiers have painted scenes of conflict, in the National Army Museum’s first temporary exhibition at the new museum. Artists and soldiers have painted scenes of conflict for many reasons - to create records, report news or commemorate events. But above all, war paintings are personal perspectives on war and its vast impact on people and places.War Paint features over 130 paintings and objects exploring the complex relationship between war and the men and women who map, record, celebrate and document it.
Saturday 3rd to Sunday 11th June from 10.00-17.30
National Army Museum

The Big Red HF ArtsFest Bus

To open the 4th HF ArtsFest 2017, the Big Red HF ArtsFet Bus tours the Borough on Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th with lots of balloons & postcards to give away. See the 'pop-up' performances too with a variety of artists to entertain you!
From Monday 5th to Wed 7th on Shepherd's Bush Green and Thursday 8th & Friday 9th June 12.00 to 2.00
Watch out for the Big Red Festival Bus at a location near you!

Darren Azgard Graphic Art Images of H&F & London

Watch out for Darren's Exhibition on the Big Red HF ArtsFest Bus! Helping you look at life in new creative ways through colour and art. Digital/Screen Prints in commercial pop art style of London landmarks. Most notably Hammersmith and Fulham iconic buildings, train stations and general area. Framed and unframed. Darren also produces greeting cards, and occasionally create large scale murals for public businesses.
Friday 9th June from 12.00-2.00 p.m.
Big Red ArtsFest Bus Bishops Park

Open Age - Link Up

Link Up is the one-to-one signposting service which Open Age offers to local over 50s who need a little extra help to access activities, groups and services locally. To find out more or to request a home visit for yourself or someone you know, contact Vivienne on tel: 078 24 48 49 84 or by email:
Monday 5th June - Friday 9th June 
Various Locations
Contact Vivienne on tel: 078 24 48 49 84 or by email:

Blythe Spirit, the past and present lives of Blythe House Tour

Built around 1900 Blythe House was once the headquarters of the Post Office Savings Bank, then a film set, and for the last 30 years a centre for the study of the V&A’s collections. On this extensive informal walking tour we will go to the roof, if fine, take in the view of the local area and explore the current, and past, lives of Blythe House.
Friday 9th June 14:00-16:00
Blythe House, 23 Blythe Road, London, W14
Free - Booking Essential

POSK Gallery - Janusz Szpyt

Janusz Szpyt, born 1960, is a graduate of the famous Cracow Academy of Fine Arts. He excels in realistic works, depicting wide range of topics, from nude studies to the beautiful landscapes. All his works are underpinned by superb use of oil painting techniques. Several of Szpyt’s works were successfully auctioned by Christie’s Galleries in London.
3-11th June 2017 Opening Hours
POSK Gallery
Free - Booking Advisable

Kite Studios

Kite studios will be hosting an exhibition showcasing their Monday classes for GCSE & A Level students portfolios and also work from their Thursday classes 'Create in Clay' for children with SEN. Exhibition on Friday 9th. Exhibition and party with special guest Saturday 10th.
Friday 9th June 20:00-23:00 & Saturday10th June 18:00-23:00
Kite Studios

Get Lucky Theatre presents The Superhero

This is a dark comedy set in a frozen London. In this perilous and cold environment, amidst climate refugees (from mammoths to penguins) fourteen-year-old Kate falls in love with a local hero and embarks on a journey to places she never knew existed.
Friday 9th 19:30
£10.00 Concessions £8.00 Box Office 020 8741 6850

Cat & Hutch - The Velveteen Rabbit

‘The Velveteen Rabbit’ tells the story of a toy rabbit’s wish to become ‘real’ and how one child makes this happen through love, imagination and nursery magic. We use puppetry and original song to bring this timeless story to life. Followed by a meet and greet of the puppets.
7th, 8th & 9th June at 14:00
Bush Theatre
Adult - £10, Child/Cons. - £7, Family (4 ppl.) - £30

Music by the Bridge Concert

The wonderful Choir of All Saints Church, Fulham celebrates with a 45 minute free concert together with Junior All Saints Singers (JASS) with choral greats. No ticket required. The concert is part of our popular series, Music by the Bridge, a range of classical and jazz concerts. All concerts are free with a retiring collection to support the music at All Saints.
Friday 9th June 19:15-20:00
All Saints Church

Hammersmith London - Lyric Square

ArtsFest marks the start of HammersmithLondon Summer Festival, now in its 10th year. Guided walks, live theatre, deck chairs, Wimbledon, live streaming from the Royal Opera House all on Lyric Square and all FREE! For more info go online or visit the cabin on Lyric Square.
Events and activities throughout HF ArtsFest 2017 // Guided walk - Saturday 3rd June 11:00-12:00
Lyric Square

Exhibition of Affordable Art

An exhibition of framed decorative prints, both vintage and contemporay, from £20 to £100. Subjects will include pictures for children, animals, advertising posters and decorative imagery.
Tuesday-Friday 10:00-17:00, Saturday 10:00-16:00
7 Royal Parade, Dawes Road
Free - Booking Advisable

Amélie Mourgue d’Algue - Home?

For the past two years, we have developed conversations about what it means to feel at home, conversations that took place around familiar objects and images. We have revisited the genre of the still life, referring back to the xenia, paintings and mosaics decorating the walls and floors of the room in which wealthy ancient Greeks welcomed their guests for a first meal. The time frame of this collaborative work allowed for a meshwork of relations to form between very diverse people gathering together to learn a common language. The English art historical term for a group portrait is conversation piece. Conversation piece is the title of a short film produced with the project participants .
Saturday 3rd - Sunday 11th June // Exhibition: Mon-Fri 9:00-21:00, Sat 9:00-13:00, Exhibition Drinks: Tuesday 6th June 18:00-20:30
Masbro Centre

Ade Playhouse & the Comrades - The Lonely Old Lady: The Place of Old People in our Busy Community

Adeyinka Akinwande is the coordinator of Adeplayhouse & Comrades. Part of our objectives is to recognise the vulnerable and elderly people in our society. This year at the hammersmith and fulham arts festival we have decided to bring our vulnerable adults together as a way of paying them their deserved respects as well as including them in the community's social activities. So join us for a bit of drama,music, poetry and talks. Featuring Jossy, Vicnesh Nancy and Adeyinka.
Friday 9th June 10:30-11:30
Shepherd's Bush Library

Society of Fulham Artists & Potters

An exhibition and sale of original art works, 2D & 3D, by our members. A regular opportunity to support emerging and developing artist of all abilities. Using a range of mediums and subjects.
Monday 5th - Sunday 11th // Mon, Wed, Fri 10:00-17:00, Tue & Thur 10:00-20:00, Sat 10:00-15:00
Fulham Library