Wednesday, May 25
The Establishment, 45-47 Parsons Green
Lane. Live jazz. Call 020 7384 2418 for table
Until Saturday, May 23
Barons Court Theatre, 28A Comeragh Road.
The Danny Crowe Show , by David Farr. Black
comedy set in the heart of deepest, darkest
north-west England. £12/10 in adv. Tue-Sat
7.45pm. Call 020 8932 4747.
Clubs & Societies
Hammersmith and Fulham University of
the Third Age. Co-operative learning for
older people. Groups and monthly
meetings. Call Pat Lawson 020 8743 2561.
Parson’s Green Sports and Social Club.
Broomhouse Lane. Tennis, squash, bowls,
croquet and snooker plus social events all year.
Call Tom Bright 020 7736 1401.
¡ I CAN DO I.T. Helping elderly and disabled to
use computers, One-to-one tuition in your own
home. Weekly, to suit. 020 7730 7766.
¡ Talking Newspaper. Local news on tape for
blind and vision-impaired people. Free copies
from HAFAD (Hammersmith and Fulham Action
for Disability) in Greswell Centre, Greswell Street.
Call 020 7471 5814.
¡ Bishop’s Park Bowls Club, in Bishop’s
Park Avenue. Open daily 2-5pm.
Call secretary Brian Morton 020 7581 3302.
¡ Luncheon Club, 11 Farm Lane, Fulham. Mon to
Fri, £2.40 members and £3.30. 020 7736 5403.
¡ Fulham Women’s Institute meets at Novello’s
in Parson’s Green Lane at 7.30pm.
Annual subs £26. Call Joanna Hackett, joint
president, 07720 850 482 or e-mail
¡ Addison Forum for Retired People. Meets
2-4pm at St Mary’s church hall in Edith Road,
West Kensington. Frequent guest speakers.
Call Thomas Butler 020 7610 3401 or e-mail
Tuesdays & Wednesdays
¡ Fulham Floral Group. Second Weds of month
2.15-4.15pm. United Reformed Church, corner of
Harbord Street, Fulham Palace Road. Also fourth
Tues of month 7.15-9.15pm. Subs £25.
Call secretary Heather Miller 020 8296 8293.
¡ North End Pensioners’ Club, Lytton Estate
community hall, North End Crescent, West
Kensington. 2-4pm. Bingo, cards, outings, pub
lunches, theatre trips. Call 020 7610 3401.
Saturdays & Sundays
¡ Evening Shades, for people with mobility
problems. Outings to the seaside, stately homes
etc. Wheelchairs welcome but bring your own
helper. Pick up and drop off at your door. Call 020
7603 4739 or 020 7610 3401.
¡ Fulham Palace, Bishop’s Avenue. TBA. Free.
Call 020 7731 3800. See www.fulhampalace.org
Sundays & Wednesdays
¡ United Lodge of Theosophists, 62 Queens
Gardens. Free. Study, discussion. Sun 7-8.15pm;
Weds 7-9.20pm. Call 020 7723 0688.
See www.ultlon.freeserve.co.uk for programme.
¡ Argentine tango lesson for beginners. £6.
8.30-10pm. The Dance Attic, 368 North End
Road, Fulham Broadway. Call 020 8291 4977.
Wednesdays and Thursdays
¡ Strictly Ballroom and Latin classes with
Thomas Michael Voss. Beginners and advanced.
£5. 8.30pm. Call 07939 461 136.
See www.tmvoss.com and www.danceattic.com
¡ Creative Kidz. Fulham Broadway
Methodist Church. 10am-1pm. Four-14 yrs.
Call 07958 377 595.
¡ Fulham Broadway Methodist Church,
Fulham Road. A 12-step mutual self-help
group for people suffering mental or
emotional problems. 7pm. Call 07906 867 451.
¡ Fulham Running Club. Weekly jogs along the
Thames. Beginners to seasoned marathoners.
Average run four miles/7km. Meet at corner
of Bishop’s Park on Stevenage Road by
Fulham FC at 6.45pm. Call Charlie on
020 7381 3144.
¡ AC Fulham Youth Football Club plays
competitive football in the Surrey Youth League.
Call Sue 020 7385 3235.
Friday, May 22
The Irish Cultural Centre, Blacks Road. Heaney
The Genie – An evening celebrating Seamus
Heaney’s 70th Birthday.
The winner of the Nobel prize for literature in
1995 will come under the spotlight.
The poet, born the eldest of nine children on a
farm in Derry in 1939, went on to win a
scholarhip to a Catholic boarding school for boys
the city of Derry.
After university he became a teacher in Belfast
where he met the woman who was to become
his wife, Marie, and at the same time started to
He later worked and lived in both England and
America for a time and was for five years
Professor of poetry at Oxford.
5. 7.30pm. Call 020 8563 8232.
Until Tuesday, May 26
The Apollo, Queen Caroline Street. Lord Of The
Dance. £27.50. 8pm. Call 0844 8444 748.
Until May 23
Lyric Theatre, Lyric Square. Wuthering Heights,
created by Tamasha, based on a novel by Emily
Bronte. £5-21. 7pm, Sat mats 2.30pm.
Call 0871 22 117 29. See www.lyric.co.uk
Until July 26
Riverside Studios, Crisp Road. Macbeth, by
William Shakespeare. Love and madness relocate
this famous tragedy of greed and murder to the
sixties gangland of London’s east end. £17/13.
Tue-Sun 7.30pm, Sat mats 2pm.
Call 020 8237 1111.
Sundays and Wednesdays
¡ The Cross Keys, 57 Blackline Lane. Poker
night. Texas hold ’em. £5 in, winner-takes-all.
7pm. Call 020 8748 3451.
¡ Pub quiz. General knowlege. £2,
winner-takes-all. 8.30pm. Max six per team.
The Cross Keys (as above).
¡ Irish Education Courses. Music, dancing,
language, history and drama. Call 020 8741
4590. Daytime classes, Irish drama for women,
literature and reminiscences for pensioners.
After-school activities for children.
Irish Cultural Centre, Blacks Road.
¡ Grove Neighbourhood Centre, 7 Bradmore
Park Road. Ladies keep-fit class for over-60s.
Call Liz 020 8748 5899.