Things to do in London this Sunday

Forget about your day of rest with our tips for what to do this Sunday in London

Finish your weekend in style with our guide to the best entertainment, events and places to go in London this Sunday, featuring an array of fantastic ideas that show the city at its best on this day of rest.

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WOW: Women of the World Festival

This festival celebrating all that is great about women and girls (and all the great things they have achieved) is back for a fifth year in 2015 with a week of talks, debates, concerts, film, comedy and workshops. The line-up will feature an impressive selection of international guests, including many famous faces. Merrill Garbus, better known as Tune-Yards, will play a headline show (Mar 5), theatre will include 'No Guts, No Heart, No Glory' which is based on interviews with female Muslim boxers and a verbatim piece telling the stories of four female African refugees' harrowing journey to Australia, 'Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe'. Feminist Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Bridget Christie leads the comedy line-up, while WOW's annual night of laughs and music, 'Mirth Control', will star Sarah Millican, Sandi Toksvig and Sue Perkins.

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Southbank Centre Sunday March 1 2015 - Sunday March 8 2015
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Lionel Richie

Critics' choice

Did someone say 'Hello'? The multi-million-selling ex-Commodore raids his hefty back catalogue, from 'Easy' to 'Dancing on the Ceiling'. Nobody does genteel loverman soul better than this. Want more?Lionel Richie interview: ‘I have a vicious, VICIOUS butt dance’

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The O2 Sunday March 1 2015 - Tuesday March 31 2015
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South London's Affordable Vintage Fair

The UK’s biggest travelling vintage fair has finally added a South London date to its repertoire, and will be taking over Lambeth Town Hall on March 1st. As ever, you’ll find over 40 of the UK’s leading vintage traders, selling an eclectic blend of fashion, homewares, accessories and collectables.

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Lambeth Town Hall Sunday March 1 2015
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Van Morrison

Critics' choice

The most recent recordings by the legendary Celtic soul mystic have flitted between big band jazz, R&B, skiffle and folk, but on stage nowadays he’s been dipping deep into the blues as well as raiding his deep, deep discography (including cuts from his seminal ‘Astral Weeks’ and ‘Moondance’ albums). But don’t count on hearing ‘Brown Eyed Girl’.

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Nell’s Jazz & Blues Until Wednesday March 25 2015
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West Norwood Feast

Not just a cool something-for-everyone market, West Norwood Feast is also a worthwhile local enterprise. Space-makers – the regeneration group behind Brixton Village – came up with the market idea to give a boost to a forgotten borough. It’s resulted in this pretty and quaint shopping oasis popping up in SE27. There’s Retro Village, up by West Norwood station, serving up vintage fashion and homewares to fans of the old-fangled; Artisan’s Hub, with live craft sessions and workshops from and for the knitting-needle clackers; Fresh ‘n’Green, which is the food and garden produce bit; and Food Fair – where gluttons can dive into street nosh.

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Feast West Norwood Until Sunday July 5 2020
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Comments

4 comments
George S
George S

Please recheck the Sunday Love event because I already booked 2 tickets for this Sunday the 15th, only to find out that the event starts on the 22nd of February! 

Nadia
Nadia

I like these ideas there very fun things to iv been on other webs and they give you rubbish plans unlike this website there very very interesrting so ill give a 4 star

Ali
Ali

PS my favorite Sunday haunt is Church Street in Stoke Newington - Turkish coffee, fresh juices, mediterranean breakfasts and vintage clothes. Also an old school DVD rental shop with the discs arranged by director, not 'category', for that afternoon veg out.