If you’re looking to wrap up your week with home cooked goodness, then Homeboy’s have just refreshed their Sunday Roasts menu. Wanting to make sure no one is left out, they’ve totally reimagined their vegan offering and it’s turning heads.
Sunday Afternoons | Homeboy, SW11 7DN | £
Whether you’re looking for a new hobby or just enjoy a natter while knitting, head down to Tea House theatre for a free drop-in session to meet fellow knitwear lovers.
7-9pm | Tea House Theatre, SE11 5HL | Free
Grab yourself one of 33 craft beers and settle in for some up-and-coming musicians doing their thing. The world-famous So Far Sounds is coming to Vauxhall.
7.30pm | Mother Kelly’s, SE1 7TP | £20
As COP27 wraps up in Egypt, this debate explores whether striving for Net Zero without using Nuclear power is a realistic option. The debate will be judged by pros, but you’ll get your chance to get involved via a Q&A.
7-9.30pm | Tea House Theatre, SE11 5HL | Free
Join actual scientists as they explore the legacy of the last Apollo Moon Mission, 50 years since it blasted off. They’ll be exploring its legacy for environmental consciousness and human self-understanding, so if you secretly enjoyed science class at school this is the one for you.
6-8pm | British Interplanetary Society, SW8 1SZ | Free
Take bingo, sprinkle in some music, and add (I quote) “beautiful hosts”, you get Mingo – the Vauxhall City Farm’s latest foray into the world of cabaret bingo.
7.30 – 9.30pm | Faith’s Place at Vauxhall City Farm, SE11 5HS | £5
Staying on the musical theme, Gasworks is exploring how collaborations with artists, musicians and producers resulted in the creation of a new sub-genre of gospel music underwritten by black/womanist theologies of liberation.
7pm | Gasworks, SE11 5RH | Free, no need to book