It isn't just about St Patrick's Day this weekend - here are five things to do in SE London that do not involve Guinness.

Listen to a choir in...Bromley

Beckenham Chorale will be performing music by Mendelssohn, Parry and Gardiner. The choir was founded in 1960 and has gone on to create the most beautiful music for the people of south- east London and Kent. The concert starts at 8pm on Saturday and tickets start at £10.

Buy fresh produce from … Brockley Market

Based in the car park of Lewisham College, Brockley Market is an award-winning place to buy all the lovely food you will need for the coming week. From fresh meat to recently caught fish to all the vegetables and drinks. The market gets busy so get there early on Saturday morning. Open 10pm until 2pm and it is cash only.

Watch men fight … in Greenwich

The UFC is making a highly anticipated return to London. The event will take place at The O2 on Saturday at 4.30pm and there are still tickets left. The event will mark the organisation’s 10th live event in the capital. Tickets start from £47.

See the new Peter Rabbit film Bluewater

The English favourite has had a revamp and Peter Rabbit is back. Voiced by James Corden, Peter and his friends are back for more mischief and fun.

Admire art in ...Lewisham

At Lewisham Arthouse there is a lot to see. The exhibition on at the moment is called 'I’m not your dreams or your imagination'. The art deals with "the struggle to locate a self when the self is fractured or misrepresented".