Where: Southwark Park, SE16
When: 5 November, 5 pm
Price: Free for Southwark residents, visitors pay £8.50 for adults, £2.50 for children
Southwark Park is hosting a Guy Fawkes Night celebration free to Southwark residents.
There will be food and drink stalls, entertainment and a fireworks show “uniquely synchronised to music.”
Cllr Rebecca Lury, cabinet member for Culture, leisure, equalities and communities said: “This year promises to be spectacular and I hope to see as many local people and families taking advantage of their free tickets and enjoying this year’s wonderful community event.”
This year will be the 15th year Southwark Council has put on a show for Southwark. Because of the popularity of the event, guests are encouraged to book their tickets as soon as possible.
Tickets are available on a first come first served basis. Southwark residents are able to reserve tickets for free where visitors must pay a fee of £8.50 for adults and £2.50 for children to get in.
Tickets can be found at www.southwark.gov.uk/fireworks
Where: Brockwell Park
When: 3 November, 5 pm
Price: Early bird – £8.50 for adults, £4 for children
This year the Lambeth Fireworks Display celebrating Guy Fawkes Night returns for its second annual display on Saturday 3 November at Brockwell Park.
The display will be designed and created by the 2018 British Fireworks Championship finalists.
The first display starts at 6:45pm and is choreographed to the soundtracks of family friendly movies such as The Greatest Showman, Frozen, Moana and Trolls.
The second display, The Time Tunnel, starts at 8pm and features sing along songs from the 80s to modern day with artists ranging from Whitney Houston to Ed Sheeran.
Organizer Rob Westworth said: “With this year’s Lambeth Fireworks display set to be one of the longest and most dramatic in London, we believe it will rival the other big-hitter displays, putting it on the map as one of the best shows in town.”
When: 3 November, 12pm
Join the community at the longstanding Lewisham fireworks display for a night of food, drinks and family fun.
The event is one of the few free firework displays for Guy Fawkes Day in London, attracting 80,000 visitors annually, according to Lewisham council.
The display starts at 8pm and will feature its famous aerial fireworks that fill the sky and can be seen from East London. The display will last around 15 minutes. There will be a funfair starting at 12pm and food and bars from 5 pm.
Where: Danson Park
When: 3 November, 6pm
Price: £6 for adults, £4 for children (5 – 15), free for kids under 4.
The Welling Round Table is hosting a firework display on 3 November at Danson Park to celebrate Guy Fawkes Day.
The gates open at 6pm and the display starts at 8pm.
The display is 25 minutes long and will be choreographed to music and set over the lake. There will be a family friendly fun fair, food vendors and refreshments available as well.
All profits from the event go towards the Welling Round Table Charitable Trust to serve the local community.
Tickets go on sale on 1 October at dansonparkfireworks.co.uk
Dulwich Sports Club
Where: Dulwich Sports Club via Old Alleyn Club entrance at 83 – 85 Burbage Road
When: 3 November, 7pm
Price: £8 for adults, kids free
The Dulwich Sports Club will be hosting a family-oriented bonfire and fireworks night on 3 November.
There will be food and beverage stalls, a bonfire, BBQ and much more.
Adult tickets are available for an early bird discount at £8 and will be £10 at the door. Free kids tickets can be reserved as well, and the first 500 kids in the door will receive a free light rope.
Tickets can be purchased at www.eventbrite.co.uk.
Where: Chislehurst Recreational Ground, Empress Drive
When: 3 November, 5:30 pm
Price: Early Bird £9 for adults, £4 for kids
Join the annual Chislehurst Rotary Club to celebrate Guy Fawkes Day in their traditional explosive celebration that attracts over 6,000 people.
There will be a kid’s funfair for those under 12 and a variety of international food stalls on Chislehurst Recreation Grounds.
Award winning Phoenix Fireworks will be providing the fireworks for the main show which is set to start at 7pm. Local dance academies are holding stage performances before and after the main firework show as well.
Funds raised at the event are donated to local charities such as the Kent Air Ambulance, Kent Association for the blind, Demelza House, Bromley’s Womens’ Aid and the British Heart Foundation.
Tickets are available at select local shops and online at an advance discount of £9 for adults and £4 for kids, at the gate the tickets will be £10 for adults and £5 for kids.
Where: Crystal Palace
When: 5 November, 6:00 pm
Price: Early Bird £8.50 for adults, £4.50 for children
The Crystal Palace is holding its annual fireworks show on 5 November that will satisfy the whole family.
Gates open at 6 pm and there will be a kid friendly show at 7pm that will have fewer bangs. There will be a second show at 8:30pm that will combine fireworks and choreographed lights.
There will be a large selection of food and drink available for purchase.
Tickets must be purchased before the show online at www.crystalpalacefireworks.co.uk. There is a reduced price of £8.50 for adults and £4.50 for children until 31 October. After that date the prices will be £9.50 for adults and £5 for kids.
Where: Battersea Park
When: 3 November, 6 pm
Price: £10 for adults, kids under 10 are free.
This year, Wandsworth Council is putting on a 22-minute long firework show for Guy Fawkes Day.
The gates open at 6pm and the bonfires will be lit at 7:30pm. Fireworks start at 8pm.
Guests are encouraged to go to Circus West Village at Battersea Power Station during the night to enjoy new bars and restaurants.
Tickets are available online at www.eventbrite.com for £10, kids under 10 go in free.
Where: Alexandra Palace
When: 2 November, 5 pm and 3 November, 4 pm
Price: £7 for adults, £5 for kids (11 – 15), £1 for children 10 and under
This year, Alexandra Palace is teaming up with the Bristol-based Cirque Bijou and the Bullzini Family to celebrate 250 years of circus alongside Guy Fawkes Night.
There will be a fireworks display, circus performances and a Friday Night DJ performance from Norman Jay MBE.
The two-day celebration will also feature a bonfire both nights, an ice rink, Family Zone and the UK’s largest German Bier Festival.
Live music will take place both nights from a Queen tribute band on Friday and a Take That tribute band on Saturday night.
StrEATlife will return to the event as well, bringing over 50 vendors to provide food, craft beers, mulled wine and cocktails for guests.
Early bird tickets available at £7 for adults, £5 for kids and £1 for children under 10. To buy tickets and find more information go to www.fireworks.london