It's bonfire night tomorrow: time to scare the pets, burn the traitor, eat sugar coated fruit on a stick and partake in some organised arson. Yay!
Below we present our rough guide to bonfire nights across the capital:
Clapham Common: One of the biggest, with 40,000 expected to turn up. The fireworks display is expensive and there'll be lots of ooohs and aaahs. Plenty of pubs in the vicinity so booze is easily available.
Roundwood Park: Brent Council's display also has a funfair so expect some chav activity. Admission is £2.00, £1.00 for children and concessions.
Streatham Common: More funfair stuff but this one's free. Starts at 7:30.
Bishops Park: Step back in time in Fulham with a "laser light show"...oooh. £4 entry though, what's that about?
Southwark Park: All very bohemian with a moonlight parade, street theatre and live music. Plus, it's free.
Wimbledon Park: They always have to go one better in Wimbledon, so there's two bonfires (6:00 and 8:15) and two fireworks displays (6:45 and 8:30) plus a fair (and strawberries and cream no doubt). Of course it's also the most pricey at £6/£4.