Editor’s picks, what’s on this weekend, 19-21 July

From country shows to summer fetes, here’s our top picks for what’s on this weekend


Morden Hall Park summer fair 

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Theatre on Kew: Alice in Wonderland

Join Alice at Kew Gardens on her amazing journey through Wonderland and experience an adventure like no other in an extraordinary floral setting.
20 July-26 August; see website for times; £22.90
Kew Gardens 

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alice in wonderland


Kew science summer festival

Visit Kew for a weekend of workshops, hands-on experiments and behind-the-scenes tours that will captivate budding scientist kids. Make a difference and find out what you can do to protect threatened plants and fungi across the world.
20-21 July; normal admission applies
Kew Gardens
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Boom & Brunch with Boom Cycle and Fiume

Boom Cycle will be hosting a signature Boom & Brunch in conjunction with Fiume where guests can enjoy a 45 minute ride followed by a hearty brunch.
20 July; 10.30am; £30
Boom Cycle
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Expect a country show bursting with an abundance of food and drink stalls among sheep and owl displays, horticultural shows and flower competitions; bring your family and friends along for an unforgettable day.
20-21 July; see website for details
Brockwell Park, Brixton
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lambeth country show


Kingston independents celebration

July is Independent Retailers Month, a time to shine a spotlight on small businesses and celebrate Kingston’s indies. Grab a limited edition tote bag and come along for the celebrations plus other surprises on the day!
20 July; 10am-4pm
Kingston Ancient Market Place
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The Very Hungry Caterpillar at Wisley

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the much-loved children’s book, Wisley will be exploring nature’s life cycles and helping kids understand where food comes from.
20 July – 1 September; 10.30am-4.30pm; included in entry
Wisley, Woking
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Summer adventures at Bocketts Farm Park

Enjoy live jazz every Saturday afternoon in July from Chi Jazz in the Butterfly Pavilion. Undeniably a fun-filled day, get your little ones along for activities including: an enchanted trail, bubble disco, pony rides and a craft corner.
20 July – 1 September; see website for details
Bocketts Farm Park
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The Friends of Brompton Cemetery annual open day 

Put on your historian hats for the day and experience the unique opportunity to visit the cemetery’s historic catacombs.
21 July; 11am-5pm; £5
Friends of Brompton Cemetery, Earl’s Court
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