The Watershed is in Wimbledon and hosts two comedy nights a week and is on your site - seems to be missing from this guide for technical reasons? http://www.timeout.com/london/music/watershed
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The details of Wimbledon Park's annual display are yet to be announced for 2014, but last year saw two displays – one family friendly, one very loud – as well as a bonfire and a funfair. Find more fireworks displays in London
That cute, classic kids book 'Flat Stanley', about a boy who is flattened by his pin board and can subsequently slip through letterboxes and under doors is adapted for the stage by excellent children's theatre writer Mike Kenny. Ages 5-10.
- Critics choice
Head down to SW19 for two weeks of top music-making. It opens with the Academy Choir and Baroque Players presenting Haydn’s ‘Nelson Mass’ and continues with an impressive line-up of performers, such as violist Lawrence Power, the Borodin Quartet, The Sixteen and Philharmonia Orchestra.
It's panto time in Wimbledon and this year promises to be as raucous as every other. Matthew Kelly returns as an ugly sister alongside Matthew Rixon, and we're promised song and dance numbers with real Shetland ponies no less. The two Matthews are old hands, having starred in Wimbledon's production of 'Aladdin' last year. More cast to be announced. Find more pantomimes in London
A family-friendly Christmas show with songs, nursery rhymes and stories where kids get to meet Father Christmas himself after the show and maybe, if they've been very good, get a present. Ages 2-plus. Find more family Christmas shows in London