5 things to book this weekend, 17th-19th May

5 things to book this weekend, 17th-19th May

A classic musical in Wimbledon, sourdough pizza in Clapham, music in Putney, a festival in Surbiton and a market in the park!

Pictured:  Jesus Christ Superstar at New Wimbledon Theatre


Jesus Christ Superstar

New Wimbledon Theatre, until 18 May

Set against the backdrop of the final weeks in the life of Jesus Christ, as seen through the eyes of Judas. Reflecting the rock roots that defined a generation, the legendary score includes ‘I Don’t Know How to Love Him’, ‘Gethsemane’ and ‘Superstar.’




Eco is a local Italian eatery on the High Street that has long been a neighbourhood favourite. The pizzas, made with their own homegrown sourdough, are absolutely unparalleled, from an amazing chicken ‘nduja and chorizo pizza with roasted peppers, chillies, mozarella and fresh coriander, to a divine smoked aubergine and burrata pizza with baked garlic and basil pesto.


Country in the Afternoon

The Half Moon, Putney, 18-19 May

Country in the Afternoon returns to the Half Moon for its tenth edition with an international line-up that will provide a wide variety of country and Americana music over the two afternoons.

Art & Culture

Mini Moments Festival

Surbiton, 18 May

The Community Brain invites you to a spectacular day of family friendly activity this weekend. Celebrate the ingenuity of John Cooper, the triumph of the Mini Cooper at the Monte Carlo Rally of ‘64, and wider stories of innovation and cutting edge design in Surbiton.

Outdoor fun

Young Makers Market

Morden Hall Park, 18 May

Morden Hall Park’s first ever Makers Market is taking place this Saturday, where you can visit for free to see a range of stalls run by young entrepreneurs, artists and creatives to showcase their talents, skills and inventions.