Wednesday 6th June

Digital Storytelling and Mobile Phone Filmmaking Workshops

Learn to develop, write, film and edit your own mini blockbusters using apps, tools and tips from the Showpatrol TV and Video Team based at Uthink PDP on the Hammersmith Embankment. Booking for these workshops is advisable in advance via website as we only have two course tutors each day. Participants Book either Tuesday -Wednesday or Thursday to Friday.
Tuesday 5th - Saturday 9th June 10am - 5pm
Riverside Buildings
Pop Up/ Tasters £35; 2 Days £140 (£120 Concs)

Music And Movement

Bring your babies along to our drop-in sessions in Shepherd's Bush. Musical play, songs and dance activities delightfully engage babies and their loved adults. Enjoy live instruments, colourful resources and skilfully woven activities.
Wednesday 6th and Saturday 9th June 9.45am - 12.05pm
The Music House For Children

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

Celtic Caribbean Crossings

The internationally acclaimed Caribbean, Jazz and Guyanese musician, Keith Waithe, will take to the stage with the innovative and gifted Irish musician Jacqueline Hynes, both of whom are phenomenal flute players and multi instrumentalists. Together, they will gather a whole host of Irish and Afro- Caribbean musicians, to bring you a night of the most amazing Afro-Celtic Music Fusion!! Waithe, (currently the ‘Distinguished Visiting Artist of Guyana,’) will bring his award winning band ‘The Marcusi Players’ and Jacquelyn Hynes will bring some of the finest musicians on the Irish trad, folk and world music circuits; including Chris O Malley, (from The London Lasses;) Steph West, (Paraorchestra;) guitarist Sarah Mooney and Tunisian percussionist, Zinga Rabhi. This night promises to be one of the best Foot Stomping Christmas extravaganzas in London town!!!
Wednesday 6 June Doors 7.30pm
Irish Cultural Centre
Tickets £12.00./ £10.00 concs

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 Permanent 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

Riverside Artists Group at Central Space

First of two exhibitions with talks featuring work from RAG. Formed in 1988, a diverse mix of established and emerging artists based in West London. It exhibits regularly in London and abroad. Being shown are paintings, sculptures, installations and films, making it a vibrant and fascinating mix of contemporary visual art. content:
Wednesday 6 - Saturday 30 June 12 pm - 6 pm
Central Space

Rockin' the Community

Live music event for all ages. Classic rock 'n' roll. Loud, lively, energetic theatre. Rockin' rhymes for younger audiences. Face maker, temp tattoo art & 'rock star' prizes.
Saturday 2 June - Sunday 10 June 3 PM - 6 PM
All Saints Fulham

Fulham Palace Restored

2018 is a transformational year for Fulham Palace, as our eagerly anticipated restoration project is now underway. Learn more about what is happening onsite through a talk and Q&A from our specialist heritage Site Manager. Discover how the Palace is changing and about any architectural features uncovered along the way. These talks may occasionally provide the opportunity to view interior spaces where construction is taking place. Please wear appropriate clothing and suitable footwear if you wish to participate.
Thursday 6 June 3 PM - 4 PM
Fulham Palace

Fulham Palace History Tour

Learn the secrets of Fulham Palace on this Historical Tour through the garden and public rooms of the Palace. No booking necessary, meet in the Museum.
Sunday 3 June 2 PM - 3PM Wednesday 6 June 2 PM - 3 PM Sunday 10 June 2 PM - 3 PM
Fulham Palace
£6 Adult; Kids Free

Adult Education's Showcase of Performing Arts

"Showcasing the talent from many of our performing arts classes. There will be an opportunity for the audience to join in (no pressure!). We will have music, dance and a short production."
Wednesday 6 June 6pm - 8pm
Macbeth Centre

Breast Cancer Haven Charity Art Exhibition

An art exhibition of works by visitors to our centre.
Saturday 2 June - Sunday 10 June 10 AM - 5 PM

Twice as Nice Comedy: Edinburgh Previews

Two Edinburgh festival comedy previews from two local resident comedians. Come and see two fantastic comics test drive their shows before Edinburgh Festival for FREE!
Wednesday 6th June 19:30-22:00
The Duchess of Cambridge Pub
Free - Booking Advisable