Vibe's picks of the best of what's on in Kingston over the next week.

MUSIC – Martha at Banquet Records, Kingston, from 5pm on Sunday

The Durham quartet bring their DIY approach to indie punk to Banquet for an instore gig ahead of a bigger show at the Fighting Cocks. Go to

QUIZ – World’s Greatest Ever Pub Quiz at The Fighting Cocks, Kingston, from 7pm on Tuesday

Will the quiz live up to its ambitious title? It costs just £1 to play with cash and drinks prizes and promises booze, carnage and wisdom, so probably. It’s for over 18s only. Go to

COMEDY – Milton Jones and the Temple of Daft at the Rose Theatre, Kingston, on Sunday

The surreal one-liner specialist with a penchant for loud shirts and scruffy hair brings his latest show to Kingston. Tickets cost £22 to £25. Go to

FITNESS – Trick or Treat Run in Richmond Park on Sunday

Dress up scary or just come along to walk, jog or run the 2km, 5km or 10km course in Richmond Park where the deer are the only thing to scare you. Four Halloween zones will provide scares to keep you running and there’s a decision to be made at the end: trick or treat? Entry costs from £15. Go to

MUSIC – Gigspanner at The Ram Club at Old Cranleighan Club, Thames Ditton on Friday, November 6

Each member of this folk rock trio brings something different to the table: there’s Peter Knight’s Steeleye Span style fiddle, Roger Flack’s rock guitar and Vincent Salfaas Senegalese and Cuban rhythms. Together they’re not to be missed. Tickets cost £10 members and £12 non-members. Go to