Remember, remember the fifth of November. Fireworks night is nearly upon us again and we’re helping you find your nearest display with a handy round-up.

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Vauxhall – Fire Festival at Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens from 6.30pm on Saturday, October 31

Hear about the legend of the trickster god Loki and the dark elves as the Pleasure Gardens become Asgaard for the night. Dancers, fire performers, poets, magicians, musicians and singers combine in the story told before a roaring bonfire. It’s rounded off with music and fireworks. There’s food and drink of all sorts and entry is free. Go to


West Molesey – Fireworks Extravaganza at Chandler’s Field School from 4pm on Sunday, November 1

One of the earliest displays of the year, the school hosts a display for small children at 5pm and the main display at 6pm. Entry costs £7 adults and £5 children on the gate. For advance tickets, e-mail or call 0780 9712854.

Teddington – Anglers’ fireworks in Broom Road from 6pm on Wednesday, November 4

Live music comes from Ukaye Ukes while food includes a hog roast, burgers and cakes and drinks includes a bar, mulled wine and hot drinks. The fireworks start around 7.30pm to 8pm and entry is by donation to Teddington Lifeboat and St Richard’s C of E Primary School.

Wimbledon– Musical Firework Display at Wimbledon Park from 5.15pm on Thursday, November 5

One of London’s most popular displays, this year there are two displays. Gates open at 5.15pm, the bonfire is lit at 6.30pm and the fireworks – suitable for younger children – are at 6.45pm and set to the music of Disney. Gates open for the second performance at 7.15pm, with the bonfire at 8.15pm and fireworks with the theme Through the Decades at 8.30pm. There’s also a fun fair and stalls open to 10pm. Entry costs £8.80 in advance or £10 on the gate for adults, £6.60 or £8 children, £27.50 or £30 families, and children under four go free. There's only limited tickets on the gate, so book early. Go to

Epsom – Epsom Downs Primary School Fireworks at Headley Drive from 6pm on Thursday, November 5

Children’s rides, a barbecue, DJ and refreshments occur alongside the fireworks, which are scheduled for 7pm. Get tickets from the school office for £5 adults, £3.50 children or £14 families or pay £6/£4 on the gate.

Teddington – Sacred Heart Primary School from 6pm on Thursday, November 5

As well as the fireworks, there’s some amazing food including a barbecue, crepes, mince pies, a bar and hot drinks. Tickets cost £20 families (in advance only), £7 adults and £4 children. Under fours go free. Go to

East Molesey – St Alban’s Primary School Fireworks in Beauchamp Road from 6.15pm on Thursday, November 5

The school’s Parent Teacher Association organises the annual display with refreshments and glowsticks before the fireworks at 7.15pm. Tickets cost £5 adults, £3.40 children. E-mail

East Molesey – Imber Court Fireworks at Imber Court Sports Ground from 5pm on Thursday, November 5

The fun-packed evening includes music, food, DJs, a bar and even a performance from One Direction tribute band Only One Direction. The bonfire is lit at 6pm, the band’s on at 6.30pm and the fireworks are at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £8.50 adults, £4.50 children and £20 families. Go to

Weybridge – Cleves School Fireworks in Oatlands Avenue from 5.30pm on Thursday, November 5

A funfair, live music, a glow in the dark stall and food and drink accompany the fireworks, which start around 7.30pm. Tickets cost £6.50 adults and £4 children in advance or £8/£5 on the gate. Family tickets cost £20 in advance only. Under fives go free. Go to

Crystal Palace – Crystal Palace Fireworks from 6pm on Thursday, November 5

This year marks a whopping 150 years of organised public fireworks at Crystal Palace and contains two shows – a children’s display at 7pm and the main show to music at 8.30pm. Tickets cost £6 adults, £4 children and £17.80 in advance or £10/£5/£25 on the gate and is free for infants under three. Limited parking costs £5 per car. Go to

Kingston - Kingsmeadow Stadium from 6.30pm on Friday, November 6

One of the biggest displays in south London. Entertainment includes a children’s funfair and rides, Radio Jackie and the fireworks to music from 8pm. Tickets cost £4 in advance or £5 on the day. Go to

Hersham – Burhill School from 5pm on Friday, November 6

The newly-expanded school will make a festival out of its fireworks evening with a lantern parade, bouncy castles, slides, sweets, a hog roast, mulled cider, a barbecue, neon fun and a bar. Before October 23, tickets cost £4.50 adults and £3 children. After October 23, they cost £6 and £4. Under twos go free. E-mail

Banstead - Banstead Cricket Club from 7.30pm on Saturday, November 7

The cricket club's annual display features an indoor and outdoor bar, glow sticks and other luminous fun, and a barbecue. It's volunteer run and entry is by donation. Go to

Dulwich - Dulwich Sports Club from 5pm on Saturday, November 7

Tickets are available on the night, with doors opening at 5pm, the bonfire at 6.30pm and fireworks at 7pm. There will be food and drinks and an indoor viewing area. Tickets cost £5 and children under 10 go free. Go to

Teddington – Collis School from 5pm on Saturday, November 7

This year, the school’s fireworks – from 6.30pm – are set to music from the movies. There will also be mulled wine, hot food and entertainment. Tickets cost £8 in advance or £10 on the gate for adults and £4/£5 for children aged five to 18. Under fives go free. Go to

Petersham – Petersham and Ham Sea Scouts Fireworks Party at the Scout Hut in Douglas House Meadow, from 6pm on Saturday, November 7

Enjoy food and refreshments hot and cold and have fun with a glow stick. Tickets are available on the gate and cost £6 adults and £4 children. Go to

Barnes – Barnes Bonfire Night at Barnes Sports Club from 5.30pm on Saturday, November 7

Entertainment includes food, drinks and a DJ til late. The gates open at 5.30pm, there’s a best Guy display at 6pm before the bonfire is lit at 7pm and the fireworks at 7.45pm. Tickets cost £10 adults, £25 families (two adults, two children) and £5 children in advance or £15 adults and £30 families on the door. Go to

Epsom – Epsom Fireworks Display and Funfair at Hook Road Arena from 5.30pm on Saturday, November 7

One of the biggest displays in the area and running since 1971, this year is the largest display it has fired. Gates open at 5.30pm with a funfair before the display at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £7.50 on the gate or £5 in advance. Go to

Surbiton - Family Fireworks at Berrylands Scout Group in Stirling Walk, from 6.30pm on Saturday, November 7

Featuring a barbecue, stalls and a Berrylands Bake Off, the bonfire is lit around 7.30pm and the fireworks are scheduled to start at 8pm. Tickets cost £5 adults, £3 under 18s in advance or £7/4 on the door. Under fives go free. E-mail for information and to enter the bake off. Tickets are available weekday evenings at the Scout HQ from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.

Carshalton – Carshalton Fireworks 2015 in Carshalton Park from 5pm on Saturday, November 7

Wallington and Carshalton Round Table’s 58th annual display will feature live music, entertainment from Radio St Helier and a bonfire at 7.30pm. The display starts at 7pm. Tickets cost £5 until November 6 and then £7.50 on the gate. Under fives go free. Go to

Battersea – Battersea Park Fireworks Display from 6pm on Saturday, November 7

To celebrate our longest reigning monarch, this year’s fireworks are set to music and the theme is A Royal Night Out. There will be food and drink, including mulled wine, and street food pop-ups. The display is at 8pm. Tickets cost £8 up to November 6 and £10 on the day, bought in advance only. There are no tickets on the gate. Free to under 10s with a ticket. Go to

Morden - Morden Park on Saturday, November 7

Just like in Wimbledon but on the Saturday and with the added benefit of a bowl-shaped venue. Tickets are limited on the gate so it's best to book early to avoid disappointment. Go to

Caterham – Caterham Fireworks in Dene Field from 6pm on Saturday, November 7

Caterham and District Round Table’s event starts with a torch lit parade which leaves Westway Library at 6.30pm so arrive early to buy a torch. The bonfire is lit at 7.15pm with the display after. There’s also a Build a Guy competition with a £50 prize (entries must be delivered to the field by 1pm). There’s also food, drinks and fairground attractions. Entry costs £5 and under fives go free. Go to

Sunbury – Kempton Park Fireworks at Kempton Park Racecourse from 6pm on Saturday, November 7

One of London’s biggest public displays, the event at the racecourse raises money for local charities and features non-stop entertainment including a funfair. Tickets cost £7 in advance or £9 on the night. The display is at 8pm. Go to

Cobham – Cobham Avorians Cricket Club’s Fireworks in Convent Lane from 6pm on Saturday, November 7

The cricket club’s annual display opens at 6pm with fireworks at 7.30pm. Go to

Beckenham – Beckenham Round Table Fireworks and Funfair at Croydon Road Recreation Ground from 6pm on Saturday, November 7

The funfair operates from 6pm, with the display at around 8pm. Entry prices have yet to be fixed but under fives go free. Go to

Richmond – Richmond Annual Family Fireworks at Richmond Athletic Ground from 4.30pm on Sunday, November 8

The big one in the borough is this year musical theatre themed, with the whizzes and bangs choreographed to a soundtrack of your favourite songs from musicals. There’s a funfair, entertainment stalls and competitions with the gates opening at 4.30pm and the display around 7pm. In previous years, people have been turned away due to lack of spaces so book early. Tickets cost £8 adults, ££5 children, £24 families in advance or £25 families, £10 adults and £5 children in cash only on the night. Limited parking costs £5 and covered grandstand seats cost £12. Go to

Chessington - Rockets n Roll at St Philip's School from 5pm on Sunday, November 8

Spectacular fireworks follow local rockers The Outcasts, plus there's a barbecue, mulled wine, drinks, snacks and a raffle. Tickets are available in advance or on the night and cost £6 or £18 families. Under 5s go free. Email