This year’s fireworks display will take place at 8pm in Brockwell Park on Saturday 5 Novemberand 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.
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 Main arena entertainment, funfair and stalls.
Fireworks displays in London
If you cannot make it to the Lambeth fireworks display there are a number of other London Borough fireworks displays taking place across London.
Stay safe on bonfire night
If you are holding your own celebrations stay safe and follow the fireworks code:
- Only buy fireworks marked with the British Standard Kitemark BS7114.
- Don’t drink alcohol if setting off fireworks.
- Keep fireworks in a closed box and always follow the instructions carefully when using them.
- Light them at arms length using a taper and stand well back.
- Never go back to them once they are lit. Even if a firework hasn’t gone off, it could still explode.
- Never throw fireworks or put them in your pocket.
- Respect your neighbours – don’t let off fireworks late at night and remember there are laws to follow about how late you can set fireworks off.
- Take care with sparklers – never give them to children under five. Even when they have gone out they are still hot so put them in a bucket of water after use.
- Keep your pets indoors throughout the evening.