Wednesday 5 July 2017

Horniman Museum and Gardens - What's On in July for Adults

Indian Summer Late ft. PunjabTronix
Thursday 13 July
6.30 – 9.30pm

Cutting-edge live electronica meets Punjabi folk in this unique night of music by PunjabTronix. The group are a creative collaboration by music producer DJ Swami, Punjabi musicians and filmmaker John Minton. As well as exclusive talks by the performers, you can also enjoy cocktails, food and activities galore.

Tickets: £5. Book now. Over-18s only.

This event is part of our Indian Summer season of events including outdoor film screenings and a Horniman Mela. Download the Indian Summer guide here.
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Horniman Farmers’ Market
Every Saturday, 9am – 1.30pm

The Horniman Farmers’ Market is the perfect place to buy your fresh produce in the summer. You’ll find stalls from independent and local producers selling seasonal fruit and veg, artisan bread, organic meat, delicious hot food and treats such as homemade jams and cakes. Find out more about our traders.

Free entry
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Stories & Dance curated by Soumik Datta
Sunday 23 July
12 – 9pm

Enjoy performances by some of the UK’s top South Asian artists in a dazzling festival curated by virtuoso sarod player Soumik Datta. Enjoy rhythm battles, bluesy choruses, folk dances and bands including World Music bestselling artist Shammi Pithia. The festival will close with a dynamic two hour set by Soumik and guests. Find out more.

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Summer in the Horniman Gardens

Enjoy summer in the Horniman Gardens. Relax with drinks from the bar open from 11am - 4pm on the Bandstand Terrace and catch music on the Bandstand on select Sundays in August as part of our Indian Summer season.

The Horniman Gardens close at sunset. Visit our website for Gardens opening times.