Date: Sunday, November 7, 4pm till late.
Venue: Master Shipwright's Palace, Watergate Street, Deptford, SE8 3LF
Brought to you by BBC Folk Club of the Year Magpies Nest and 21st century tradition bearers Kit & Cutter, Master Shipwright's Revelry aims to bring a new sense of magic and mystery to the flames and fireworks, on November 7.
Set in the historic Master Shipwright's Palace in Deptford, the evening's events (which take place in the private house's grounds, unique wooden theatre and ballrooms) begin at 4pm and include fireworks, a bonfire, storytelling, songs, dancing, food and drink.
With performances by artists from the esoteric end of modern folk and world music.
There'll also be a fire-lit ritual for a drowned sailor with full river burial procession, plus lectures on Guy Fawkes and London's river faring traditions.
The Master Shipwright's Palace was built in was built in 1708 and is the oldest upstanding building of London's forgotten Royal Naval Dockyard.
Tickets for Master Shipwright's Revelry are £15/£10 but anyone arriving by boat gets in free!
With thanks to Tim for sending.