Langthorne Park

Langthorne Park

Leytonstone lights up this weekend

There’s a lively weekend on offer in Leytonstone with free comedy at the Luna Lounge Annual Laughter Zone, St John’s Michaelmas Fair which is open to the whole community, Light Up Langthorne Park on Saturday evening, Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) being performed by the Woodhouse Players and TEST at the Stone Space gallery.

Saturday 29 September

St John’s Michaelmas Fair

St John's Church, Town CentreSt John’s will be hosting its annual fair with a bouncy castle, miniature railway, bell ringing demonstration, stall with homemade cakes, jams, books, plants, live music and lots more.

Admission is free and the fair is open to all members of the community.

Don’t forget St John’s also has a regular weekly programme of free lunchtime concerts on a Thursday lunchtime and Sunset Tours of The Tower on Thursday evenings for stunning views over London. The church also hosts a number of community clubs including Zumba Dance, Keep Fit, Tai Chi, Bellringing, ‘Cheeky Monkeys’ and ‘Acting Bugs’ Children’s Drama Group.

More details:

Saturday 29 September

Light Up Langthorne Park

Jugglers, fire breathing dragons, art installations and a spectacular fire show are on offer this Saturday evening at Langthorne Park.

More details from the London Borough of Waltham Forest who are organising this event.

Friday and Saturday

Woodhouse Players present

“Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet)”

by Ann-Marie MacDonald

Welsh Church HallWelsh Church Hall 879 High Road Leytonstone E11 1HR

  • Fri 28 September 8pm
  • Sat 29 September 2.30 and 8pm

Tickets £8 (£5 concessions)
Book online:
Phone reservations: 020 8504 3872

Friday 28 September

Luna Lounge Laughter Zone

The 19th Leytonstone Laughter Zone at the Luna Lounge — Leytonstone’s only free comedy club!

Do check the Luna Lounge website for details of times.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

The Stone Space


Presented by Ribbon Machine Collective, a group of artists living in London, joined together by the work they make, courses they have attended, geography and chance.

See the Stone Space website for more details and opening times.