This year’s fireworks display will take place at 8pm in Brockwell Park on Saturday 5 November and will celebrate the bicentenary of Brockwell Hall, now a Grade II listed building.
To celebrate 200 years of Brockwell Hall, the fireworks will be set to music from the last 200 years and a funfair and stalls, food and mulled wine will be available from 4pm. Entry is free.
Councillor Florence Nosegbe, Cabinet member for Culture, said: “Brockwell Park is the perfect location for the fireworks this year as it’s the 200th anniversary of Brockwell Hall, which is now a Grade II listed building. There will be live bands, a choir, morris dancers, stilt walkers and a funfair and food and drink stalls, so it promises to be a great night.
“Despite the tough times we really wanted to still be able to offer residents a free fireworks display and I’m pleased we have been able to do so. It should be one of the best displays in London.”
To make sure that everyone enjoys a safe and enjoyable display, no sparklers, fireworks for personal use or Chinese lanterns will be allowed into the park.
- 4pm Event opens
- 4.15pm Main arena entertainment, funfair and stalls
- 8pm Fireworks display
- 8.30pm Entertainment, funfair and stalls.
We have lots going on this year from morris men, stilt walkers, fire dancers and live music:
Roaming – around the event
- 4 to 5pm Blackheath Morris Men
- 4 to 7.30pm Steve Kaos and Jem will be stilt walking and cycling on large bikes
- 4 to 4.45pm This Way Up
- 5 to 5.45pm The Trouser Band
- 6 to 6.45pm Lambeth Wind Orchestra
- 7 to 7.45pm Popchoir
- 9 to 9.15pm The Morellas
Brockwell Park, London, SE24 0NG
Getting to the display
For up to date travel information and to plan your route please check with Transport for London (TfL) and National Rail enquiries.
- Tube: Brixton on the Victoria line, Brockwell park is then a 20 minute walk, two minute train journey to Herne Hill or a seven minute bus ride.
- By bus: bus routes 2, 3, 37, 68, 196, 322, 432, 468 and 690 all serve this area.
- By rail: Herne Hill and Tulse Hill stations are a short distance away.