Vibe's Angie Quinn takes a look at some of the best things to see and do in north Kent and south east London this weekend (August 30 and 31).
Creation Station at West Greenwich Community Centre, Greenwich, from 10.30am to 11.30am on Saturday
Creative art and craft sessions with an ‘Under the Sea’ theme will take place for families with children aged between one and 11-years-old. Admission is £8.25 per child, which includes all art supplies.
That’ll Be The Day at The Churchill Theatre, Bromley, from 7.30pm on Saturday
Party along to golden hits from the 1950s through to the 70s as rock ’n’ roll and comedy come together.
Go to atgtickets.com/bromley
Ant & Dec’s Takeaway on Tour! at The O2, Greenwich, at 2.30pm and 7.30pm on Saturday
The duo take their prime time TV show to the stage with special celebrity guests. Go to axs.com
Fawlty Towers – The Dinner Show at The Orchard Theatre, Dartford, from 6pm on Saturday
Basil Fawlty, along with wife Sybil and muddled waiter Manuel, will host interactive comedy while diners enjoy a three-course meal in the theatre’s restaurant. Go to orchardtheatre.co.uk
Derek Landy at Waterstones, Bluewater, from 1pm on Saturday
Chart-topping author, Derek Landy, will be signing copies of his latest book The Dying of the Light. Go to bluewater.co.uk
Paulos Circus at Millbrook Garden Centre, Gravesend, until Sunday
Clowns, jugglers and acrobats are just some of the performers at the circus show. Tickets are £6 each. Go to millbrookgc.co.uk
Diary of a Madman at The Brockley Jack Theatre, from 8pm on Saturday
Gogol’s classic short story is transformed into an adapted stage production. The tale tells of a guy who regards himself as a nobleman, however his madness grows and lands him in Deptford. Go to brockleyjack.co.uk
Sci-fi at the British Museum from Thursday (August 28) until Saturday (August 30)
The British Film Institute presents a series of groundbreaking sci-fi films: The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961) on Thursday, The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) on Friday, and Flash Gordon (1980) on Saturday. Tickets cost £15 each or £39 for the weekend. Go to bfi.org.uk
Donkey Derby and Summer Fair at Danson Park, Welling, from noon to 5pm on Sunday (August 31)
A charity fun day featuring donkey rides and racing, a fun fair, farmers’ market, food and drink. Entry £1 adults and children free.
Local History and Steaming Day at Crossness Sewage Works, Abbey Wood, from 10am to 5pm on Sunday (August 31)
Find out about Britain’s industrial heritage and see the stunning architecture of sir Joseph Bazalgette. Entry £6 adults and £2 children. Go to crossness.org.uk
Keeping up with the Joans at Greenwich Theatre until Saturday (August 30)
A bittersweet comedy fresh from the Edinburgh Fringe. Tickets £18.50 or £16. Go to greenwichtheatre.org.uk
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