Take part in a twilight walk for a good cause
St Christopher’s Hospice and Greenwich & Bexley Community Hospice are joining forces again this September, and you can join them too by taking part in a sponsored twilight walk through Greenwich and Blackheath. The five-mile route starts and finishes on Blackheath Common, and passes stunning views of Royal Greenwich Park, the Old Royal Naval College and Cutty Sark along the way.
Meeting point: Circus Field, Blackheath Common SE3 7AP. September 28, from 4pm – 8pm. Admission: £20/£35 on the day/£10 children. www.stchristophers.org.uk/twilightwalk

 

Totally Thames presents: New Geographies Tilbury Town
Maria Anastassiou has spent years documenting the lives of refugee workers and asylum seekers in Tilbury, Essex – a famous port of entry for immigrants arriving in Britain. Working with Romanian workers, Nigerian women asylum seekers and Filipino seafarers, Anastassiou questions official narratives by revealing the everyday realities of living and working in Tilbury. As part of Totally Thames festival, guests are invited to take a boat trip along the Thames to Tilbury, where Anastassiou is giving a short presentation and screening of her film: New Geographies. Refreshments and a Romanian light buffet will be provided.
Meeting point: King William Walk, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 9HT. September 28, from 4pm – 7pm. Admission: £8/£6 concessions. www.totallythames.org/event/new-geographies-tilbury-town

A daytime disco at Mycenae House

As part of its on-going Reach Out initiative, Mycenae House is hosting a daytime disco for people with disabilities, in partnership with RBG Day Opportunities. Dress to impress and come along to dance to tunes mixed by live DJs. The space is wheelchair accessible and there will be no strobe lighting.
September 26, from 2pm – 4pm. Admission: £2. www.mycenaehouse.co.uk/events.html

 

Behind the scenes of Miss Marple
Agatha Christie and Margaret Rutherford are two national treasures who became friends when Rutherford played Christie’s spinster heroine Miss Marple on screen. But for various reasons and objections from both women, the successful cinema franchise nearly didn’t get made. Murder, Margaret and Me is play by Wig Productions, starring EastEnders’ Lin Blakeley, that explores the real-life story of the two women. It’s one of friendship, identity and the achievements of women in the long-lost world of the silver screen.
Churchill Theatre, High Street, Bromley BR1 1HA. September 26 – 28 at 7:30pm and additionally 2:30pm on Thursday & Saturday. Admission: £19.50/concessions available.
www.churchilltheatre.co.uk/Online/default.asp

 

Crafts and cake at St Luke’s church
Head to St Luke’s church in Eltham Park for the venue’s annual craft exhibition and a Macmillan Cancer coffee morning. Browse paintings, pottery, books, Meccano models and more. Then tuck into a slice of cake for a good cause. All proceeds from refreshments will go to Macmillan Cancer Support.
There will also be a church tour at 11:30am. September 28, from 10am – 1:30pm. Admission: FREE.
www.saintlukes-eltham.org.uk