Saturday 1st June


Selective works by neocontemporary artists. A leading online practice-led open platform curate exhibitions, critical theory, taste #neocontemporaries VERNISSAGE Saturday 02 June 2018, 6:00 – 9:00pm
Saturday 2 - Sunday 10 June 2-8pm
Riverside Building

Pauline Caulfield - Ecclesiastical textiles

FASHIONING THE SACRED Pauline Caulfield challenges the common assumption that ecclesiastical textiles must look traditional, with her new and bold designs. The exhibition is organised by Austin Forum as part of its Sacred Art series.
Saturday 2 - Sunday 10 June 8am - 6pm
St Augustine Church

Leave Taking

“That girl heading for big trouble. I try to warn her but she won’t take telling. She think she know everything. Think she a woman.” A single mother travelled to England determined to make a good life for her family. Now Enid and her two daughters search for a way to feel rooted in a land where they’re invisible. With one daughter prepping for university happy to lead “a quiet life” and the other doing anything but, what’s a mother to do except call upon the local ‘obeah’ woman for some traditional Caribbean soul healing. Family secrets are soon revealed and tragedy rekindles Enid’s longing for home. Leave Taking is a beautifully observed, moving account of a second generation immigrant family navigating the familial conflicts between generations and cultures. The play was first produced at the Liverpool Playhouse in 1987. Madani Younis (The Royale) directs the contemporary revival of this classic, award-winning play.
24th May - 30th June 7.30 - 9.30 pm
Bush Theatre

Capture Hammersmith Competition

Capture Hammersmith is a London W6, Hammersmith focussed Photography Competition. The theme is open to individual interpretation but entries must have Hammersmith at their heart; for example photographs of architecture, people and wildlife within the borders of Hammersmith. All entries should be made via Instagram using #capturehammersmith.
Throughout the year

Uthink PDP Pop up arts centre

Uthink PDP believe in making art and creativity accessible for all and using it as an effective tool to support community development. We are delighted to be involved in our first HF Arts Festival. is a charity whose aim is to engage people with the arts. We have a pop up space on Hammersmith Embankment where we run courses, workshops, exhibitions.
Saturday 2 - Sunday 10 June 2018 10 am - 8 pm
Riverside Building

Ravi Shankar Memorial Music Festival

Pandit Ravi Shankar, KBE was one of the best-known proponents of sitar in the 20th century and influenced many musicians throughout the world. Honouring his memory with a two-day celebration of hindustani music, we would have Pandit Partha Bose (Sitar), Hemang Mehta (Hindustani Vocal) and Rajkumar Mishra (Tabla) in performance.
Saturday 2 June 6 PM - 8 PM Sunday 3 June 6 PM - 8 PM
The Bhavan
£10; £7.50

Fulham Palace - Bishop's Park Tour

Learn more about the history of Bishop's Park, from its beginnings to modern day use. Free - bookings recommended. Meet at the Putney Bridge entrance to Bishop's Park
Saturday 2 June 2 PM - 3 PM
Fulham Palace