A fireworks showcase organised by Lambeth Council. Doors open 4pm and the display will begin at 8pm. Free to attend.
A second show by Lambeth Council, running parallel to the Brockwell Park display (see above).
Hammersmith and Fulham Council’s event opens at 6pm, with fireworks on at 7.15pm. Adults £5 entry.
Enfield Town Park
This long-running display promises to provide a family atmosphere. Gates 6pm, show 7.30pm. Adults £6.
One of the glitziest shows of the Bonfire weekend, Battersea Park will host a London-themed display with specially designed fireworks. Gates 6pm, display 8pm. Adults £8.
A gigantic free display that kicks off at 8pm.
Richmond Athletic Ground
West-enders will flock to this musically themed display, complete with a bit of dancing. Doors 4pm, fireworks 7pm. Adults £10.
Part of a trio of events hosted by Tower Hamlets Council. Fireworks start 7.30pm. Admission free.
All the thrills and spills of the funfair at this proper East End bash. Doors at 4pm, fireworks at 6.15pm. Adults £5.
Ealing Cricket Club
Dubbed a “Jubilee firework megashow”, this Brit-pop-inspired event is sure to go off with a bang. Doors 6pm, display 7.30pm. Adults £6.
Another musical number, kicking off at 6pm, with the main event at 7pm. And best of all... it’s free.
Waltham Forest Town Hall
This free display will offer guests food and drinks from 5.30pm, with the spectacular finale following later.