There's a whole load of amazing things happening in south east London and north Kent this week. Here's a few of the best...
Things we do for Love, at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley, from Monday (June 9) to Saturday (June 14)
Aussie singer and film star Natalie Imbruglia stars in a major new production of Alan Aykckbourn’s funny and insightful drama. Tickets from £10. Go to atgtickets.com/Bromley or call 0844 8717620.
Jackson Live at Catford Broadway Theatre, on Saturday (June 7)
Kent performer Ben Bowman channels the legendary Michael Jackson for an evening of exciting performance with a band and dancers. Jacko’s ‘ghost’ was supposedly spotted at Ben’s show in Bromley last month, so keep an eye out. Tickets £19 or £16 children. Go to broadwaytheatre.org.uk
Rory McLeod at Dartford Folk Club on Tuesday (June 10)
Ex-circus clown and fire eater turned one-man soul band Rory McLeod sings at Dartford Working Men’s Club in Essex Road. Go to dartfordfolk.org.uk
Justin Timberlake at The O2 on Tuesday (June 10)
Mercurial pop prince and current Michael Jackson collaborator, JT brings sexy back to Greenwich. Tickets from £53 at axs.com
Self-titled and Splintered Soul at The Iron Horse, Sidcup, on Saturday (June 7)
Rock out to local five-piece metalheads Self-titled, with support from Splintered Soul. Tickets £5. Go to facebook.com/ironhorseuk
Holwood Farm’s Festival of Food, on Sunday (June 8)
The award-winning farm shop in Keston will host some of the area’s finest artisan producers who will meet visitors and offer tastings. There will be plenty to please everyone, from cheeses to beers, breads, sausages and burgers on the barbecue. Free entry, from 10am to 4pm. Go to holwoodfarm.com
Peppa Pig at The Woodville, Gravesend, on Wednesday, June 11, and Thursday, June 12
The children’s favourite will bring together her friends for a new all-singing, all-dancing adventure. Tickets from £14.50 adults and £12.50 children. Go to Woodville.co.uk or call 01474 337774.
Dralion at The O2 from June 4 to June 8
Cirque Du Soleil’s dazzling show, which fuses 3,000-year-old Chinese acrobatics a with the Cirque Du Soleil signature approach, celebrates its 15tgh anniversary with a Greenwich run. Tickets from £51.75 at axs.com
Father’s Day Craft and Gift Fair at Erith Riverside Shopping Centre on Saturday (June 7)
Pick up something nice for the old man in Erith. Themed stalls will showcase fine food, drink, crafts, cards and gifts from 11am to 4pm.
Biggin Hill Festival of Flight on Saturday, June 14
The airport will celebrate its rich history with a range of entertainment, including the Red Arrows in their 50th display season. Tickets (£15 adults and £7 children) are expected to sell out in advance, so go to bhfof.com
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