TWO top funnymen, with a clutch of awards and TV appearances under their belts, are gracing the Drayton Court Hotel in West Ealing.
Rufus Hound headlines tonight (Friday), and tickets for the Lee Mack's show next Friday (November 13) go on sale today at wegottickets.com.
Mack's performance is a warm-up for his biggest ever live tour which starts in December. He is one of the most celebrated and talented comics in the country and the latest in a long line of big name headliners to grace the stage at the Drayton.
Mack is a BAFTA-winning stand-up, writer and star of BBC One's popular prime time sitcom Not Going Out (Royal Television Society and Golden Rose award-winner) and has become a major comedy force on TV and radio.
THERE'S plenty of fireworks to enjoy locally if you happened to miss out on Guy Fawkes night. Ealing Cricket Club's display is set to music this year with a Fireworks Go Pop theme boasting a mixture of pop music including Jumping Jack Flash, Rocket Man and Hi Ho Silver Lining.
Fun fairs and food stalls are on offer at Ravenscourt and Bishop's Parks' bonfire nights, with a special children's firework display at the latter.
Ealing Cricket Club, Corfton Road, Ealing. Tomorrow (Saturday). Gates open 6pm, display at 7.30pm. Tickets £5, accompanied under-14s £3. Ravenscourt Park, Ravenscourt Road,
Hammersmith. Tomorrow (Saturday). Gates open 6.30pm, display 7.15pm. £6, under-fives free. Bishop's Park, Stevenage Road, Fulham. Tonight
(Friday) Gates open 6.30pm, kids' display 7.15pm, main display 8pm. £6, under-fives free.
A TALK about the history and redevelopment of St Pancras Station (pictured) is to be given by the chairman of the Harrow Hill Trust.
Ted Allett was the environment director of Union Railways, the company that built the high-speed Eurostar line into the terminus in central London, and will be giving the armchair talk on Wednesday, November 11.
The station not only has the physical link to Harrow via the Metropolitan line but Victorian architect Gilbert Scott designed both the Midland Grand Hotel in front of the station and Vaughan Library, and poet and Friend of the Railways, John Betjeman, wrote about Harrow and led a campaign to save St Pancras.
Popular mic night at The Half Moon pub
VARIETY really is the spice of life at a popular weekly open mic night held at South Harrow's The Half Moon pub.
Past performances include acoustic Irish ditties, classic piano and violin duets and blues from America's Deep South.
Manager Caithriona Hegarty said: "We are trying to bring the local community together at our Parlour Night on Thursdays.
"This is an old traditional term for when POT LUCK is an unusual exhibition which brings together 17 internationally renowned contemporary artists who explore the relationship between food and art.
It includes photography, sculpture, video and installations, and ranges from a life-size Chinese restaurant to a salami raincloud.
The title follows the idea of the pot luck dinner, where diners are invited to contribute a dish, mirrored by each artist bringing a so-called 'dish' to
the table for us all to savour. PM Gallery and House, Mattock Lane, Ealing. Now until January 2. An informal tour is being held next Saturday (November 14) at 2pm, which is free, and you can just turn up.