Spectacular firework displays are returning to Hammersmith and Fulham this year with a rather unexpected yet brilliant theme.
Around 20,000 people are expected to attend the council event at Bishops Park on Friday November 3 and Ravenscourt Park on Saturday November 4.
This year’s theme is based on the famous Full Moon beach parties in Thailand, with the second of the two extravaganzas taking place beneath the glare of an actual full moon.
The gates open at 6pm at both events and the children’s fireworks will take place at 7.15pm.
The celebrations will culminate with a fantastic firework display, with the event finishing at 9.30pm.
How to get tickets
Ticket prices are frozen, meaning pre-booked tickets cost £6 each. They must be collected from the Lyric Theatre box office in Hammersmith Broadway as there is no ticket collection point at the event gates.
Tickets on the door cost £8. Entry for children under the age of five is free.
No admission fee is charged for disabled spectators or their helpers, who can enjoy reserved places in both events.
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