Here are some of the best things you can do this weekend in south-east London.

Watch… the Six Nations on the Big Screen, Boxpark, Croydon, February 3 and 4

See Wales v Scotland (14.25pm), France v Ireland (16.50pm) and Italy v England (14.00pm) on the big screen.

Watch … Kingsman: The Goldsen Circle at The Exhibit, Balham, February 4

The Exhibit is nicknamed ‘The Youth club for adults’ and this is the perfect place to spend your Sunday. Lounge around in comfy sofas and watch some of the best films, bring all your friends and feel at home.

Listen to some music at the Amersham Arms, New Cross, February 3

Yelloweyes, The Crow Family, Nanny’s favourite and Rosie Alena will all be at the Amersham Arms this Saturday from 8pm. The Amersham Arms always offers a great night out so get down there early before it gets too busy. Entry is free.

Explore … The New Vinyl Exhibition at Goldsmiths University, New Cross, February 3 and 4

Held in the Lower Atrium, Professor Stuart Hall Building is a photographic exhibition celebrating the new generation of UK sound systems. Lets Go Yorkshire commissioned photographer Ellie Baxter to take images of the current generation of reggae sound system operators.

Tickets are free, 8am - 8pm 

Visit ...Kidbrooke Village Market, February 3

This is a great market with a huge variety of quality locally sourced artisan food stalls between 10am and 3pm this Saturday. Entry is free.

Watch the stars, Royal Observatory Greenwich, February 2 and 3

This is an amazing opportunity to look through the 18-tonne Victorian telescope and some time on the Meridian Line with amazing views and a hot drink. You will also get the chance to meet different astronomers and discuss topics from historical all the way to contemporary astronomy. Sessions run from 5.25pm to 6.50pm and tickets start at £20 for adults and £14 for children.

Go see … Beatlemania at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley, February 4

What more could you want on a Sunday evening than to sing and dance along to all your favourite Beatles songs? John, Paul, George and Ringo take to the stage with hits including She Loves you, Can’t Buy Me Love and Hard Day’s Night. Tickets start at £24.

Come along to...Record and CD collectors fair, Orpington, February 4

These events are held at Crofton Halls, Orpington, on the first day of every month. There is a selection of genres to choose from and the fair has just about everything you could hope for from specialised to bargains.

Enjoy live wrestling, Falconwood Community Centre, Welling, February 3

The United Kingdom Pro Wrestling returns to Falconwood Community Centre with people such as Maverick Mayhew, Muscles Mansfield, Dow Jones and Connor Mills. Doors open at 2.30pm and tickets start at £8 in advance. 

Open 10am - 4pm