Street Feast’s late night Lewisham hangout Model Market is returning with six new traders for 2019. Growlers are joining the indoor and outdoor market’s foodie line up, bringing a taste of Lisbon to Lewisham with bavette steak as a prego or on a bed of smoky piri piri fries, blitzed with their signature Portuguese salsa. Dim sum classics are getting a meat-free makeover by Phung Kay Vegan. Foodies can also look out for Rastamaala’s signature Kolkata kati rolls, stacked beef burgers from Tucka Burger, jerk-spiced GOAT, Wandercrust wood-fired Neapolitan pizza, KraPow Thai, and dessert courtesy of London’s first frozen custard company Secret Nicky’s. Six bars line the rooftop, including Rum Shack and its unforgettable daiquiris. Model Market is open Friday and Saturday nights until September from 5pm to 1am.
Free entry before 7pm, £3 after.


Originally banned in Britain, Oscar Wilde’s outrageously provocative Salomé comes to the Greenwich stage in an exotic and exquisite new production. This is the final production in Lazarus Theatre Company’s secoand year-long residency at The Greenwich Theatre. May 14-26 at
Admission: £10-£25.


Watch a pop-up screening, in a Grade II listed church, of the multi Academy award winning film the Artist –a tribute to silent cinema that will leave you speechless. Collective Cinema is hosting film events incorporating live music, singing and dancing performed by local south east London groups Blackheath Centre for Singing and Angelina Jandolo Dance. Drinks and snacks are available to buy from local producers; Brockley Brewery, Bottle Bar and Shop (Catford), Doisy & Dam (Brockley) and more. Young people from the local area are employed to work during the screenings.
May 25 at 8pm. Tickets: £7. St Margaret’s Church, Lee Terrace, SE13 5DL.


The Greenwich and Bexley Community Hospice is celebrating its 25th anniversary with the return of the Mini Marathon. The 2.62 mile sponsored fun run around Greenwich Park is for children aged 5-16. Mini Marathon, which is powered by little Local Heroes, raised more than £80,000 at last year’s event. 12 May, 10am-12 noon (arrive from 9:15am). Royal Greenwich Park, Charlton Way, SE10 8QY. Children aged between 5 and 7 years-old must run with a responsible adult.
Registration Fee: £7.50 per child, which includes a medal and a goody bag.


Delve into the New York underworld, rife with gangsters, gamblers and showstopping numbers. Guys and Dolls descends on New Eltham Methodist Church, on May 9-11 at 7:30pm. 439 Footscray Road, SE9 3UL. Admission: £12 plus £1.20 booking fee.