Vibe's Angie Quinn has a look at some of the best things to see and do in south east London and north Kent this weekend.
Hooray for Hollywood at the Bob Hope Theatre, Eltham, until Saturday (July 26)
Join the glamorous celebration of the silver screen as this production takes its audience on a magical journey through film and music presented by the Glenlyn Academy. Tickets are still available for the Saturday matinee show. Book at bobhopetheatre.co.uk/
On The Halls at the Woodville, Gravesend, Sunday (July 27)
This moving, hilarious and energetic show tells two stories of two women who conquered popular theatre and entertainment over a century ago. Tickets £14 and £12. Go to woodville.co.uk
Lark in the Park 2014 at Sidcup Place, Sidcup, from Saturday (July 26)
Lasting until 10 August, the event includes entertaining kids’ clubs, fun days, evening events and more. Go to larksidcup.com
Royal Childhood at Buckingham Palace Summer Opening, from Saturday (July 26)
The official residence of Her Majesty, The Queen opens for a special Royal Childhood Exhibition. The collection spans over 250 years and includes photographs, film footage and objects. Go to royalcollection.org.uk
Deptford Brunch Club at Giffin Square Market, Giffin Street, 10am to 2pm on Sunday (July 27)
The new outdoor new pop-up brunch club will offer delicious, fine food cooked by some of London’s most prestigious chefs and street food entrepreneurs. Full info: http://grubclub.com/the-deptford-brunch-club
Rhythm of the Dance at the Orchard Theatre, Dartford on Saturday and Sunday (July 27 and 28)
Relive the inspiring, historical journey of the Irish Celts through brilliant dancing and music showcasing a wealth of Irish talent. The story is a thousand years old and intensely marvelled with all the pros of a contemporary stage show. Go to orchardtheatre.co.uk
Dirty Dancing at Leeds Castle, Kent, on Saturday (July 26)
The Luna outdoor cinema comes to the castle giving audiences the chance to watch the classic movie in beautiful surroundings. Tickets £15, children (5-15) £12, premium Tickets £25 Book at: thelunacinema.com
Chislehurst Farmers’ Market at Hornbrook House Car Park, High Street, Chislehurst, 10am to 2pm on Sunday (July 27)
Products include fresh meat, fish, high-quality bread, fruit and veg, cheese and crafts.
Welling Beer Festival at the Guy Earl of Warwick, Park View Road, from 1pm from Friday to Sunday (July 25 to 27)
Bexley Round Table will hold their third Charity Music and Beerfest this weekend and will include a range of real ales and cider, food and games and live music in the evenings. Entry is free. wellingbeerfestival.co.uk
Change4life Summer Roadshow at Parksfest at Avery Hill Park, Bexley Road, 12pm to 4pm (July 26)
The fun roadshow encourages and inspires families to be more active and healthy this summer. For full info visit: royalgreenwich.gov.uk
Outdoor cinema at Mycenae House in Blackheath, 8.30pm on Friday (July 25) and Saturday (July 26)
See Shaun of the Dead (Friday) or The Full Monty (Saturday) under the stars in Blackheath. There will also be posh burgers, pop corn and sweets. Tickets £10 in advance. Go to popupscreens.co.uk
Songs for a Summer Evening at The Croft Tea Room, St Mary Cray, from 7pm on Saturday (July 26)
Enjoy a three-course meal serenaded by John on his acoustic guitar at the tea room in St Mary Cray High Street, with an al fresco option if the weather is up to it. £18.50. Book by calling 07741 419641, 07952 906071 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
London Dungeon’s Carnivale from Saturday (July 26) to Sunday (July 31)
Be greeted by knife throwers, a discombobulating hall of mirrors and strongman strength testing before taking in 18 gruesome shows and two rides. Entry £17.50 adults or £15.95 children. Go to thedungeons.com/london
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