Entry into the Park is permitted from 5pm. The first fireworks display starts at 6:45pm sharp.

We recommend arriving as early as possible and allow at least 45 minutes access time from the entrance gates of the Park to your preferred vantage point.

Please remember that the  event is taking place in November so come prepared for the unpredictable British weather. We recommend you bring warm and waterproof clothing and sensible footwear.

For your safety and for the safety of others please do NOT bring the following into the Park:

Fireworks, Sparklers, Pets, Glass Bottles, Alcohol, Flares.

Where possible, please avoid bringing a bag. We will be bag searching every person with a bag. We will have entrance lanes specifically for guests arriving with no bag.

What is access like for wheelchair users?
The show takes place in Brockwell Park, which recently just retained its Green Flag Award. Good pathways and road systems run throughout that makes it easily accessible for wheelchair users to get around. 

Disabled guests can enter the event via the 2 main entrances or via a private entrance at the drive entrance to the Brockwell Lido. We would advise using this entrance as it will be quickest access to the viewing area as well as exit post event. 

There is an accessible viewing platform situated in the park (on the tarmac plinth near the lido) with a great view of the Launch Zone. We also have wheelchair accessible toilets, one of these is located within the compound of the disabled viewing platform.

Is there re-entry?
No, sorry, once you enter the venue you cannot leave and re-enter.

Is there a car park?
There is no public car park at the show. You are encouraged to walk, cycle or use public transport wherever possible. Road closures will also be in opperation around Brockwell Park.

If you are still considering driving to the event, please consider GoCarShare or Liftshareand help reduce carbon emissions to and from the event. Surrounding residential parking is extremely limited, so be prepared to have to park some distance away from Brockwell Park and please be mindful of residents.

Is there a lost property area at the show?
Yes. This is located at our on-site office which can be found near to Brockwell Hall. If you have any trouble finding it, event crew in hi-vis  will be on hand and walking around site to assist you. Post event please email info@lambethfireworks.london

Can I bring my own fireworks or sparklers into Lambeth Fireworks?
No sparklers or fireworks are allowed onto the site.

Can I bring my dog?
No animals or pets are allowed into the festival area except guide dogs.

Can I bring Food and Drink?
No external food or drink can be brought into the show, there will be an abundance of caterers offering a huge array of food from all over the world.

Water in a sealed plastic bottle is allowed, but alcohol is strictly prohibited.

Brockwell Park is a glass free site. Anybody with glass will be asked to dispose of it accordingly or take it off site. Thorough bag searches will be in place at all entrance gates.

There will be multiple bars across the site offering beer, wine, cider, hot mulled beverages, soft drinks and more!

Is the event filmed/photographed?

Yes. We Will be filming and photographing inside the event to capture the atmosphere and entertainment to share on our website and social media channels. Footage may also be used locally, nationally and internationally in various media to promote the show.

By attending the event, you give your express consent to your actual or simulated likeness to be included within any film, photograph, audio and/or audio-visual recording to be exploited in any and all media for any purpose at any time throughout the world.

This also includes CCTV and body-camera filming by the Metropolitan Police Service and/or show security, which may be carried out for the safety of attendees and staff. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Will it be muddy?
This is a very large event that takes place in a park in November. It is very likely though that certain areas of the park may be muddy or wet. The chances of mud and wet ground are likely to increase if we have had inclement weather in the lead up to the display. Please check the weather forecast and dress appropriately.

How old is an adult?
Adult tickets are required for those aged 16 years or over on the night of the show.

Child tickets are required for those between 3 and 15 years old.

Under 3s are free.

All children must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 and above

ID may be required. Please note that we operate a Challenge 25 policy on all of our bars.

Are there cash machines?
We recommend taking your cash out before you arrive. The site is cash only.

Is this an Outside event?
Yes, Lambeth Fireworks is an outside event, on a hill, in a Park, so please make sure you wear warm and waterproof clothing and sensible shoes.

Are there toilets on-site?
Toilets are available in key areas across the site and will be signed within the venue.

Don’t forget…
– We operate a zero tolerance policy on drugs and ‘legal highs’.

– We operate a Challenge 25 policy on all of our bars on site. If you are lucky enough to look younger than 25, you will be asked for ID.

– The use of drones/UAV’s is strictly prohibited. An Airspace Co-ordination Notice (ACN) will be in place for the duration of the event that will restrict the use of drones/UAV’s and enforced by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). The use of drones/UAV’s at the event will result in prosecution. For more information, visit Government Legislation.

– All BBQs are strictly prohibited, including disposables.

– When leaving the Fireworks Show, please be considerate of local residents and leave quietly.