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Editor’s picks, what’s on this weekend, 16-18 August

From summer street festivals to a chicken and rum festival, here’s what’s on this weekend near you

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Summer Streets on Regent Street 

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South London chicken and rum festival  

Brixton Jamm will be hosting a finger-lickin’ celebration of all things fried chicken. Wash down your wings with a good helping of rum punch and enjoy an evening of music from DJs, plus games and entertainment. 
18 August; 2pm-10pm; £10
Brixton Jamm  

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Open air: A Mudsummer Night’s Dream

Due to the sheer demand, additional tickets have been released for this special open air production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, taking place in the beautiful grounds of Morden Hall Park. Pack a picnic and enjoy Shakespeare’s enchanting summer fairytale.
16 August; 7.30pm; from £18.50
Morden Hall Park
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Wimbledon Village farmers’ market

Discover a broad range of food stalls at this weekly market, with organic fruit, veg, plus baked goods, melt-in-your-mouth cheeses and delectable meats. Plus get a taste for sustainable living and opt for organic, plastic-free produce!
18 August; 10am-3pm
Wimbledon Village Surgery

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wimbledon village farmers' market what's on this weekend

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Big Mama’s Door at Bull’s Head, Barnes

This much-loved riverside haunt will be the setting for an evening of live music. London-based band bringing blues and R&B with a hint of soul to the riverside Bull’s Head.
17 August; 8.30pm; £13 ADV/ £11 OTD
Bulls Head, Barnes
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Yoga at Fulham Beach Club

Kick-start your weekend with a session of summer yoga at Fulham Beach Club. Enjoy the sweeping views of the Thames and sand between your toes while you strike and maintain a yoga pose.
Every Saturday; 10.30am-11.45am
Fulham Beach Club 

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fulham neverland what's on this weekend

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A dreamy wine lunch perfectly paired with a menu created by Ambra Papa, head chef at Petersham Nurseries. Enjoy the sumptuous setting of floral displays and afterwards, take a light amble in Petersham’s riverside meadow to walk off your lunch.
17 August; 2.30pm
Petersham Nurseries, Richmond
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Celebrating the release of her fifth full length album titled ‘Today Was A Good Day‘, Lucy Spraggan will be performing in All Saints Church, using the unique acoustics to her advantage for a magical show.
16 August; 7pm; £14
All Saint’s Church
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