Dutch Nursery

This summer event boats falconry shows, bouncy slides, face painting, sand art, book sculptures, food and drink and much more, including 35 stalls aimed at adults. The Dutch Nursery, a garden centre in Brookman’s Park, hopes the event will raise a lot of money for local charities.

The Dutch Nursery, Great North Road, Brookmans Park, AL9 6ND, Saturday, August 13 and Sunday, August 14, 10am to 4pm. Details: 01707 653372

KERB Camden Market

A total of 35 traders will feature at a new food market in Camden, pen seven days a week. Stalls will include the infamous foodie hot spots, Kimchinary, Mother Clucker, Luardos, Ghetto Grillz and Le Patate. KERB are already known as trail-blazers of the street food world but the party is a bespoke KERB and Camden Town Brewery bar that will serve their signature lagers, ales and IPAs, whilst local gin, Half Hitch will be pouring their spirit, distilled on site.

Camden Market, West Yard, Chalk Farm Road, Camden, NW1 8AF, from Friday, August 12, 11am onwards. Details: kerbfood.com/Camden

London Wonderground

The very best of comedy and cabaret will be showcased at the Southbank Centre this summer. Acts include world renowned Canadian circus acts, equipped with full beards, Barbu, London’s cabaret trailblazers Hotel Black Cat, Poppy Burton-Morgan's re-imagining of Kipling's much loved, albeit problematically colonialist, classic JUNGLE BOOK, an anarchic gameshow with phones, Miss Behave’s Gameshow, and Shlomo’s Beatbox Adventure for Kids.

London Wonderground, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XX, August 13 until August 28. Details: londonwonderground.co.uk

Catto Gallery

Opening its stock rooms this summer is the Catto Gallery in Hampstead. They have over 250 paintings from more than fifty artists in the gallery, which will be able to be viewed and an additional unexpected surprise.

Catto Gallery, 100 Heath Street, London, NW31DP, until September 4. Details: 020 7435 6660

Jukebox, Jewkbox! A Century on Shellac and Vinyl

In the late 19th century, a German-Jewish immigrant to the USA changed the world. With Emil Berliner’s invention of the gramophone and the record, the age of mass entertainment found its first global medium. Go on a musical journey at the Jewish Museum and discover through records that changed lives and the technology that made it happen.

Jewish Museum, Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, Camden, NW1 7NB, until October 16. Details: 020 7284 7384