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What’s on in Clapham this FEBRUARY

Comedy, boozy brunches and quite a few big name celebrities are all coming to Clapham to cheer up your February. Get involved!

Listen to stories from this famous ex-footballer

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When: 5th February

Where: The Belle Vue, SW4 7AA

They say never meet your heroes but in this case, you can make an exception. Sandro is known as ‘Tottenham’s lovable legend’ and he’s coming to Clapham to talk about his career on the pitch. Get the inside scoop… and pictures at the end too.

See this Olivier Award finalist play

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When: 7th-21st February

Where: Omnibus Theatre, SW4 0LH

10 Nights will make you laugh, for sure, but it’ll go deeper too. It’s a moving narrative about a man’s journey of self-discovery; “When Yasser decides to take part in itikaf, sleeping and fasting in the mosque for the last ten nights of Ramadan, he soon regrets his decision. But as he navigates smug worshippers, shared bathrooms, and recurring thoughts of chunky chips, Yasser’s isolation forces him to confront a side of himself he’s been trying to keep hidden“. This one will be popular, so get your tickets whilst you can.

Go to the carnival

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When: 12th February

Where: Lit, SW4 7UX

The comedy carnival! With such a star-studded line up there is no doubt that this is going to be funny evening. You’ve got Britain’s Got Talent finalist Nabil Abdulrashid, Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Imran Yusuf, Time Out Comedy Award winner Paul Tonkinson and Josh Howie MC-ing. The perfect antidote to any February blues.

Take a tour of the Royal Trinity Hospice

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When: 13th February

Where: Royal Trinity Hospice, SW4 0RN

Get a peek behind the curtain of one of Clapham’s gems; the Royal Trinity Hospice. On the 13th you can get a tour of their site and gardens, meet staff and hear a little bit more about what they do. It’s a free event but donations are welcome and will mean that the charity can continue doing their incredible work.

Get fizzy

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When: 15th February

Where: 1833, SW4 0LB

Fizz fiends look sharp, because this wine tasting evening is celebrating all things sparking. Your ticket will get you tasters of 5 glasses of sparkling wines, all the expertise from sommelier Jenny Smith and there’ll be food available on the night too.

Get brunch… and a massive throwback

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When: 17th February

Where: Tonight Josephine, SW4 7UR

Now That’s What I call Brunch is Tonight Josephine’s latest Saturday offering that you’re going to want to get involved in. You’ll get have 90 minutes to drink your fill of bubbles, beer, cocktail jugs plus a brunch dish from their menu… but there’s more. This one is all about the throwback tunes, so expect hits from the noughties and get ready to boogie.

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When: 18th February

Where: Omnibus Theatre, SW4 0LH

This one really needs no introduction. Presenter. Comedian. Actor. Author. Co-host of The Great British Bake Off’s ‘Extra Slice’. Born in Clapham! Jo Brand really does it all- and now she’s coming to the Omnibus Theatre for ‘From Clapham to Cakehole‘. The evening will be a conversation with John O’Farrell where you’ll be able to hear all about her immense career before a Q&A session with the audience. It’s an intimate event so act fast if you want to see Jo in action.

Raise a glass to National Margarita Day

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When: 22nd February

Where: No 32 The Old Town, SW4 0JE

One of our favourite days of the year is on the horizon: 22nd February is National Margarita Day and to make the occasion No. 32 are serving up their 3 house margs (picante, classic and coconut & mango) for just a fiver each. Thank goodness Dry Jan is over, ey?

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