5 things to book this weekend, 12th-14th April

5 things to book this weekend, 12th-14th April

Family theatre in Wimbledon, a gorgeous gastropub in Fulham, art in Kingston, music in Sutton and fun at Painshill!

Pictured: Brooke House, Fulham


Three Billy Goats Gruff

Polka Theatre, Wimbledon

Featuring beautiful puppetry and live music, join the adventurer billy goats as they dare to cross the bridge to the other side, but the troll is determined this is his land. A wonderful family show suitable for ages 3+.


Brooke House


This award-winning gastropub delivers divine small plates and Sunday roasts in an airy, calming atmosphere. Woodland imagery decorates the walls and plush green sofas encourage comfortable dining – and a real tree sits in the centre! You can choose from the extensive menu selection of small plates, including a rich steak tartare with truffle mayonnaise, tarragon mustard and truffle crisps, and a shredded duck leg salad with hoisin dressing and cashew nuts. This mouth-watering menu is even further outdone by their Sunday roast selection, with choices of a roast lamb rump, dry aged beef rump and 55-day aged middlewhite pork, with sides of cauliflower cheese or endive, walnut and gorgonzola salad.


The Sutton Psych Fest

Sound Lounge, Sutton, 13 April

The first ever Sutton Psychedelic Festival will be featuring live performances from Hollow Hand, Emma Tricca, Large Plants, Bobby Lee, Joe Harvey Whyte and DJ sets from The Hanging Stars.

Art & Culture

Creative Flow: Kingston, Art and the River

Kingston Museum, Until 13 April

Last chance to see! The exhibition showcases the role of the River Thames as a major source of creative inspiration in Kingston from the 17th century to the present – a history that includes Turner and the Pre-Raphaelites.


Big Easter Egg Statue Trail

Painshill, until 14 April

The final weekend of Easter family fun! Giant eggs are still waiting to be found in the glorious Painshill landscape. Go on a family hunt to see if you can find all the colourful characters.