Editor’s picks, what’s on this weekend, 4-6 October
From apple days celebrating an autumnal harvest to an evening with Bradley Wiggins, here’s our guide to what’s on this weekend near you
Apple Day at Fulham Palace
Celebrate the orchard in the walled garden of Fulham Palace for an annual apple day celebration and get inspired for your own autumnal harvest.
6 October; 11am-3pm; free
Bradley Wiggins: An evening with
The cycling legend, winner of the Tour, Olympic champion and style icon, Bradley Wiggins, comes to New Wimbledon Theatre armed with anecdotes from his career and an insight into the evolution of the sport.
6 October; 7.30pm; £36.65
New Wimbledon Theatre
Squash and pumpkin festival
A local festival dedicated to celebrating all thinks squash and pumpkin. Shop autumnal produce, pick up tools and seeds and cook up samples. You can also grow your own home-grown veg and enter them into the competition where you can win the coveted cup and take home a cash prize.
6 October; 10.30am; free
Garden museum, Lambeth
BFI London film festival
Film buffs should check out the BFI website and pick a screening or two for one of the best fortnights in film. With the nights drawing in and seemingly never-ending rainfall, what better than to cosy up in front of an Oscar runner or indie flick.
Until 13 October; see website for varying prices and venues
Wimbledon BookFest 2019
The popular cultural event taking place in Wimbledon’s leafy Common comes back to town with plenty of big names in the literature world. There will be a series of talks from the likes of Levison Wood and Jacqueline Wilson, plus comedy gigs and more.
3-13 October; see website for details
Thames Valley Art Society exhibition
Come along and see the Thames Valley Art Society’s autumn exhibition with all works for sale. Discover local artists close to home and get inspired to take to the canvas yourself.
Until 5 October
All Saints Church