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Time Out says
Wed Jun 20 2012
Clapham Common provides an oasis of peace amid the busy traffic of south west London, with Holy Trinity Church, which dates from 1776, at its perimeter. A number of cafés, sporting facilities, two playgrounds and a skate park make the common a lively recreational facility for locals. Originally built in 1890, Clapham Common’s bandstand is the largest in London. After falling into disrepair in the 1960s, the bandstand was restored and reopened and now hosts a variety of open-air concerts during the summer months.
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Attractions and museums. Natural history and wildlife. Sport and fitness. Football. Australian rules football. Football: men. Things to do
Eating and drinking facilities. Café
What's on at Clapham Common
Festivals, Things to do, Cooking
A festival for food lovers with demonstrations, tastings and masterclasses with well-known chefs, as well as restaurant tents and a speciality producers market. New for 2013 are a Cake and Bake Theatre, a Chocolate Theatre showcasing the world of chocolate...
Things to do
For International Missing Children’s Day, every participant in this 10K race will wear a missing person’s poster on their back, highlighting th work of the Missing People charity and raising the profile of someone currently missing in the UK. There's...
House, techno and electro, Music festivals, Breaks, Eurodance
- Critics' choice
Carl Craig, Example, Afrojack, Loco Dice, Knife Party, Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox, Boys Noize, Baauer, Groove Armada (DJ), Paul Oakenfold, Tensnake (live), The 2 Bears, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (live), Pete Tong, Andy C, Eric Prydz, Marco Carola,...