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Top 10 Bonfire Shows

Check out these 10 bonfire nights near you which will leave you with stars in your eyes.

FRIDAY 2 NOVEMBER
Kingsmeadow Fireworks
Kingstonians will be heading down to Kingsmeadow for a stunning show.
Tickets available from £5 with under 5s going free, and the show with the show will begin around 7pm.
www.kingstonfireworks.co.uk

SATURDAY 3 NOVEMBER
Battersea Park fireworks
A ticketed event taking place in the leafy grounds of Battersea Park. The atmospheric show never fails to deliver with a dazzling array of fireworks, or you can take to nearby Chelsea Bridge to catch an alternative view with the light reflecting spectacularly on the Thames.
Tickets for Battersea Park start at £10 and fireworks kick off around 6pm.
www.enablelc.org/fireworks

SATURDAY 3 NOVEMBER
Brockham Bonfire, near Dorking
Taking place at Brockham Community hall from 10am, this traditional celebration will host a series of activities, including a fancy dress competition, catering stalls, and a candlelit march, all before the bonfire is lit at 7.45pm and the fireworks kick off at 8.15pm.
www.brockhambonfire.com

SATURDAY 3 NOVEMBER
Morden Park Firework Show
A fabulous show consisting of two bonfires and two displays set to music, with the later show  a more elaborate display. The park will also be taken over with fairground rides and food stalls.
The first display is at 6.45pm and the second is at 8.15pm, with tickets available from £10.
www.merton.gov.uk

SATURDAY 3 NOVEMBER
Woking Fireworks
A family firework extravaganza with the fun kicking off in Woking Park from 6pm and the firework display starting at 8pm. There will be entertainment provided by Eagle Radio’s Adam Morris, as well as a fun fair and foodie stands. All proceeds go to carefully selected charities.
Tickets cost £5 for adults and £3 for children, under 5s go free.
www.wokingfireworks.co.uk/2018

SATURDAY 3 NOVEMBER
Epsom Fireworks Display
An annual funfair spectacular at Hook Road Arena with choreographed fireworks provided by award-winning sponsor, Illusion Fireworks, and synchronised with a full music set.
Fireworks kick off at 7.45pm and tickets cost £8.50, with under 5s free.
www.epsomfireworks.com

SATURDAY 3 NOVEMBER
Banstead Cricket Club
Dress up warm and head along to Banstead Cricket Club where fireworks will be starting around 7pm, with the build-up including foodie stands and a buzzing bar.
Admission free but donation welcome
www.facebook.com/events/198074891083729/

SATURDAY 3 NOVEMBER
Lambeth Fireworks
Two firework displays for the price of one, with the first a children’s movie theme set to music, and the second set to anthems from the 80s to today. Expect fireworks to music from Blur to Beyonce.
The event kicks off at 5pm at Brockwell Park and tickets start at £10 per adult and £5 per child.
www.lambethfireworks.london

SUNDAY 4 NOVEMBER
The Anglers fireworks display
This much-loved Teddington pub will be hosting their very own firework show complete with a hog roast and silent disco in their gorgeous garden, with donations and 50% of ticket sales going towards a selection of charities. Doors open at 6pm and fireworks kick off around 7.30pm.
£5 entry for anyone over five.
www.anglers-teddington.co.uk/whats-on

MONDAY 5 NOVEMBER
Wimbledon Park fireworks
Sticking to tradition with a firework show on the 5th, Wimbledon Park will be hosting a firework show suitable for little ones at 6.45pm, before a second fireworks show at 8.3pm.
Tickets cost £8.56 for adults and £6.42 for children, with under 4s free and a family ticket for four available for £26.75.
www.merton.gov.uk