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Jul-Jan
20-25
   

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Museum of Richmond
Celebrating 800 Years of St Mary Magdalene

FREE EXHIBITION

The Museum of Richmond's upcoming exhibition, 'Celebrating 800 Years of St. Mary Magdalene at the Heart of Richmond', will explore the history of the town's historic parish church.

This exhibition has been developed in partnership with the Richmond Team Ministry, and will be held in both the Museum and the Church itself...

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Nov-Feb
1-16
   

Orleans House Gallery
A Unique Vision: Outsider and Self-Taught Art

Over the last 2 decades, Orleans House Gallery has worked closely with the Henry Boxer Gallery to showcase pioneering displays of outsider and visionary art. This autumn, the Richmond-based dealer and collector Henry Boxer returns with new and familiar self-taught artists and works to engage and enlighten -- each offering a unique vision, from the occult to the mediumistic.

Take this ...

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Dec-Feb
2-3
   

Diana Armfield Drawing Competition

Distinguished and highly respected artist, Diana Armfield, has again in collaboration with Arts Richmond agreed to sponsor a Drawing Competition to encourage artists aged 16 years and upwards to draw from observation.

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January
18-25
   

Richmond Shakespeare Society
A LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT

Telling of one family and its self-discovery over the course of a long August day in 1912, when James Tyrone, a hugely successful immigrant Irish actor has retreated with his wife and two sons to their Connecticut seaside home.

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January
Tuesday
21
8pm  

Richmond Film Society
Capernaum

RFS's Season continues with Nadine Labaki's endearing and heart-wrenching drama. A young Lebanese boy runs away from his negligent parents and is befriended by an Ethiopian immigrant; he then, in turn, looks after her infant. Ultimately imprisoned for a violent crime, he sues his parents for giving birth to him and seeks justice in a courtroom.

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January
Tuesday
21
   

Rugby Football Union (RFU)
An evening with Tom Kerridge

After the success of last Spring's inaugural event, we are delighted to welcome back Tom Kerridge and his team to Twickenham for another special event. A chance to enjoy a wonderful three course dinner with Q&A from Tom throughout where he will be sharing stories and ideas from his new book which will also be part of his new BBC series which starts in January. Former England and ...

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Jan-Feb
24-22
   

Orange Tree Theatre
CANDIDA

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We have no more right to consume happiness without producing it than to consume wealth without ...

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Jan-Feb
24-22
   

Orange Tree Theatre
THE SUGAR SYNDROME

Dani is 17. She's looking to meet someone honest and direct. What she finds is a man twice her age who thinks she's an 11-year-old boy.

The first major revival of Lucy Prebble's debut play: a devastatingly and disturbingly funny exploration of an unlikely friendship, our desire to connect, and the limits of empathy. Her work includes and on stage and the BAFTA and Emmy ...

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January
25-31
   

Teddington Theatre Club
Amadeus

By Peter Shaffer

Music, power, jealousy and the genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a rowdy young prodigy, arrives in Vienna determined to make a splash. Awestruck by his genius, court composer Antonio Salieri has the power to promote his talent or destroy it. Seized by obsessive jealousy he begins a war with Mozart, with ...

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January
Sunday
26
3pm  

Harlequin Football Club
Harlequins vs. Saracens

Harlequins vs. Saracens in this Gallagher Premiership Rugby match.

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January
Sunday
26
7:45pm  

TwickFolk
Winter Wilson

Winter Wilson are known for beautiful songs, beautifully sung. Stunning harmonies, thought-provoking and often challenging lyrics, all held together with a weird, off-the-wall humour all of their own.

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January
Sunday
26
 

Orange Tree Theatre
OT Youth Theatre: Stand Together

Two of the Orange Tree Youth Theatre groups have been exploring the theme of standing together for Holocaust Memorial Day in their weekly sessions. Join us for two short brand new pieces of theatre that have been created from scratch by young people.

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January
Tuesday
28
7:45pm  

Richmond Concert Society
The Tallis Scholars (choir)

  • Taverner: Leroy Kyrie
  • Tallis: Suscipe quaeso
  • Sheppard: Our father, Beata nobis guadia
  • Taverner: Ave dei patris
  • Byrd: Laudibus in sanctis
  • Gibbons: O clap your hands, Lift up your heads, O Lord in your wrath
  • Purcell: O God, thou art my God, O Lord God of hosts, I was glad

The Tallis Scholars is a British professional ...

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January
Tuesday
28
7:45pm  

Hounslow and District History Society
The Life and Legacy of George Bradshaw

George Bradshaw is renowned through the television series Great British Railway Journeys, little is known about the actual man.

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January
Tuesday
28
 

Twickenham Jazz Club
RAY GELATO BAND

RAY GELATO BAND (£15/£12)

More information

  • All sessions start at 8:00 and finish at 10:30
  • Admission: £13.00-£15.00 (Concessions: £11.00-£12.00)
  • All enquiries to: 020 8286 3242

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January
Friday
31
8pm  

The Exchange
Manford Comedy Club

Manford's Comedy Club was launched by comedian Jason Manford and his brother Colin just over two years ago. The idea was to bring comedians from the UK circuit to small towns and cities across the country for a night of live comedy. The show features up and coming performers as well as more well-known names and are all personally chosen by Jason himself. The aim of the pop up shows is ...

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February
Sunday
2
6pm  

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Poetry Performance
Poetry at the Adelaide

An open mic evening where poets have an opportunity to read out their work. The compare is Bob Sheed, an established poet. People are welcome to just come and sit and listen.

The Adelaide pub is in Park Road, Teddington, and we use a room upstairs. It's £2 entry, and we urge people to buy a drink at the bar.

More Information

  • From 6 to 8 pm
  • Any enquiries, call 07906 813795

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February
Sunday
2
7:45pm  


February
Tuesday
4
8pm  

The Arts Society Richmond
The Magic of Prague: Czech Art and Culture

Speaker: Gavin Plumley

Profile Gavin is a writer and broadcaster who has appeared on BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio 4 and has contributed to newspapers, magazines and opera and concert programmes worldwide. He lectures widely about the culture of Central Europe during the 19th and 20th centuries. Recently he has given talks to the Royal Opera House, the National Gallery, the ...

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February
Tuesday
4
8pm  

The Arts Society Richmond
The English Domestic Revival: Country House Architecture of the 19th Century

Speaker: Christopher Rogers

Profile Chris read Geography at Oxford and taught Geography. Formerly he was Head of Geography at Downe House School Newbury. He became interested in country house architecture whilst at Oxford and he has lectured on the subject ever since. He has regularly led 5-day summer courses for Marlborough College Summer School. Chris also lectures for the National Trust.

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February
Tuesday
4
8pm  

Richmond Film Society
Foxtrot

A moving and complex study in grief. An affluent Tel Aviv couple are informed by the Israeli military authorities that their son has died in the line of duty. Several hours later, they are notified that there has been a mix-up....

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February
Tuesday
4
 

Twickenham Jazz Club
Kelvin Christiane 'Allstars' Big Band

Kelvin Christiane 'Allstars' Big Band (£14/£12)

More information

  • All sessions start at 8:00 and finish at 10:30
  • Admission: £13.00-£15.00 (Concessions: £11.00-£12.00)
  • All enquiries to: 020 8286 3242

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February
Wednesday
5
7:30pm  

Twickenham Cinema Club
Blithe Spirit (1945)

£6.00 plus £1.15 fee

As Noel Coward's play hits the London stage again in 2020, this 'glorious Technicolor' version, directed by David Lean, features Rex Harrison, Margaret Rutherford and Constance Cummings. A novelist invites friends to dinner and dabbles with the services of a medium (Rutherford) who summons up his late first wife, Elvira, with chaotic results.

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February
Saturday
8
7:30pm  

Normansfield Theatre
Pink Proms 2020

Pink Proms 2020

Saturday, 8 February 2020 at 7.30pm

Admission: FREE but seats must be pre-booked below or call 0333 1212 300

The Pink Proms is being held on 8 February at Normansfield Theatre. This year will feature the London Gay Symphonic Winds, and will be hosted by: The Staff LGBT Equality

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February
8-22
   

Orange Tree Theatre
ROMEO & JULIET

Passions collide. And the world changes in an instant.

Experience Shakespeare's tale of love and violence taken to the edge of the city, where the wildness of the heart can't be contained.

A small cast of multi-roling actors bring Shakespeare's language to life through ensemble movement, lyrical flows and contemporary sounds; up close, intense, and in the round. more information about ROMEO & JULIET


February
Sunday
9
7:45pm  

TwickFolk
Kim Lowings Duo

Kim Lowings and her father Andrew have been writing and collaborating together since 2011.

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February
Sunday
9
 

Orange Tree Theatre
MICHAEL BILLINGTON

Michael Billington became Guardian theatre critic in 1971, the same year the Orange Tree Theatre was founded. After almost 50 years and some 10,000 reviews, he is about to step down as the paper's chief theatre critic. He will join OT Artistic Director, Paul Miller to talk about his incredible career in this special Under the Orange Tree In Conversation, an event to support the work of the ...

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February
Thursday
13
8pm  

Eel Pie Club
BLUESCLUB (dedicated to Alan Rogan)

BluesClub is an All-Star band who have a combined love for the Blues of America from the 1930s to the '70s. Their set list includes songs from artists as varied as Leadbelly, Son House and Charley Patton, to Slim Harpo, Sonny Boy Williamson, John Lee Hooker, Taj Mahal and Canned Heat

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The star line-up is Guy Fletcher (Dire Straits

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February
Saturday
15
3pm  

Harlequin Football Club
Harlequins vs. London Irish

Harlequins vs. London Irish in this Gallagher Premiership Rugby match.

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February
Sunday
16
7:45pm  

TwickFolk
Showcase: Alex Seel Floor Spots

Alex Seel is a singer-songwriter and guitarist with roots in folk & blues.

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February
Tuesday
18
8pm  

Richmond Film Society
One Cut Of The Dead

A minor movie latched on to at the Udine Far East Film Festival, went on to become an international hit and one of the biggest grossing Japanese films of recent years, A multi- film film and the funniest zombie movie you will ever see!

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February
Tuesday
18
 

Twickenham Jazz Club
Nick Mill's 'Bluenote Project' with Dave O'Higgins, Martin Shaw,Leon Greening etc...

Nick Mill's 'Bluenote Project' with Dave O'Higgins, Martin Shaw,Leon Greening etc. (£14/£12)

More information

  • All sessions start at 8:00 and finish at 10:30
  • Admission: £13.00-£15.00 (Concessions: £11.00-£12.00)
  • All enquiries to: 020 8286 3242

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February
Thursday
20
1:30pm  

The Exchange
Strong Women Science

StrongWomen Science is a new circus science show starring two women scientists turned circus performers. (Aoife is an engineer, Maria an environmental scientist.)

Ever wanted to know how you balance a chair on your chin, if you can juggle liquid, or how circus performers eat fire? StrongWomen Aoife and Maria reveal the scientific secrets behind their astounding tricks. In a fun, lively ...

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February
Thursday
20
4pm  

The Exchange
Strong Women Science

StrongWomen Science is a new circus science show starring two women scientists turned circus performers. (Aoife is an engineer, Maria an environmental scientist.)

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February
Sunday
23
7:30pm  

Normansfield Theatre
Don Pasquale

The story of Don Pasquale revolves around a classic comedic premise: a young couple in love schemes to thwart the inappropriate plans of a pompous old man, who wants to marry the girl himself.

The very elderly and very rich bachelor, Don Pasquale, has demanded that his nephew and heir, Ernesto, breaks up with his penniless widow of a girlfriend, Norina, and marry a woman that Don ...

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February
Sunday
23
 

Rugby Football Union (RFU)
Guinness Six Nations 2020 - England v Ireland

England will be looking to repeat their stunning victory in Dublin where Eddie Jones' tactical kicking game plan worked to perfection. With Owen Farrell on top form and Henry Slade scoring twice, England secured an impressive 32-20 victory.

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February
23-29
   

Teddington Theatre Club
The Revlon Girl

By Neil Anthony Docking

A heart-wrenching story of how lipstick brings hope

Set eight months after the death of 116 children in the Aberfan disaster of 1966, The Revlon Girl tells the real-life story of a group of bereaved mothers who met every week, to support each other.

Realising they'd let themselves go but afraid of local gossip, they secretly ...

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February
Tuesday
25
7:45pm  

Richmond Concert Society
English Chamber Orchestra

  • Peter Warlock: Capriol Suite
  • Mozart: Violin Concerto in D, K218
  • Robin Holloway: Ode for four winds and strings
  • Haydn: Symphony No. 44 in E minor,

Leader: Stephanie Gonley

The English Chamber Orchestra is the most recorded chamber orchestra in the world, its discography containing 860 recordings of over 1,500 works by more ...

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February
Thursday
27
8pm  

Eel Pie Club
LEAF HOUND

A rare Club appearance for this cult UK rock band!

Led by original vocalist, Peter French (also of original and recent Atomic Rooster fame), Leaf Hound was a product of the SW London rock scene of the late 60s which spawned the likes of Free and other blues-rock acts, and their 1971 Growers of Mushroom album has achieved massive cult status and now exchanges hands for over £6,000...

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Feb-Mar
28-28
   

Orange Tree Theatre
THE MIKVAH PROJECT

This is a Mikvah. My friend and I built it. We had to dig a really deep hole before we found water. Then we installed a pipe to suck up the required nine hundred litres. Now, this bad boy, is KOSHER.

Eitan is 17. Avi is 35.

Eitan loves Arsenal. Avi loves his wife. Eitan goes to college. Avi is trying for a child.

They are in completely different places in their ...

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February
Saturday
29
3pm  

Harlequin Football Club
Harlequins vs. Exeter Chiefs

Harlequins vs. Exeter Chiefs in this Gallagher Premiership Rugby match.

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March
Sunday
1
7:45pm  

TwickFolk
Celebrate St David's Day with Lowri Evans with Lee Mason

We wanted a Welsh guest on St David's Day and Lowri and Lee as big TwickFolk favourites were our first choice.

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March
Tuesday
3
 

Twickenham Jazz Club
Marta Capponi Quartet feat Emiliano Caroselli

Marta Capponi Quartet feat Emiliano Caroselli (£14/£12)

More information

  • All sessions start at 8:00 and finish at 10:30
  • Admission: £13.00-£15.00 (Concessions: £11.00-£12.00)
  • All enquiries to: 020 8286 3242

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March
Wednesday
4
7:30pm  

Twickenham Cinema Club
I, Tonya (2017)

£6.00 plus £1.15 fee

Gritty, based-on-real-life events story of Tonya Harding's journey from a tough upbringing in 'red neck' America to the Olympic ice rink, with superb performances by Margot Robbie and Allison Janney.

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March
Saturday
7
 

Rugby Football Union (RFU)
Guinness Six Nations 2020 - England v Wales

Welcoming Wales to Twickenham always delivers an exciting game of rugby with the vocal travelling supporters ensuring an electric atmosphere. England will of course be looking to avenge their defeat in the competition from 2019 when Eddie Jones' tactical kicking game plan, that had worked so effectively against Ireland, came unstuck.

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March
7-13
   

Teddington Theatre Club
Cause Celebre

By Terence Rattigan

What chance for justice when the public wants its pound of flesh?

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Terence Rattigan's final play is based on the true story of Alma Rattenbury, who in 1935 stood trial with her 18 year old lover for the murder of her older husband. Her counterpoint is the fictional Edith Davenport, steely chairwoman of the jury, whose own ...

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March
Wednesday
11
 


March
Thursday
12
8pm  

Eel Pie Club
CYRIL DAVIES TRIBUTE

Some of the finest musicians in the UK will pay tribute to the music of Cyril Davies and Alexis Korner and the release in 1963 of 'Country Line Special/Chicago Calling'. This annual All-Star event is one of the most popular in the Eel Pie Club calendar. The Alan Glen/John O'Leary All-Stars are: Alan Glen (Yardbirds, Nine Below Zero), Tim Hain (Jamside Up/The Incredible Blues Puppies...

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March
Sunday
15
 

Orange Tree Theatre
ALLEGRI QUARTET

Programme includes Beethoven's op. 130

The Allegri Quartet, in its 62nd year, is Britain's oldest chamber group. Founded in 1953 by Eli Goren and William Pleeth it has played a key role in the British musical scene, working with composers such as Benjamin Britten, Michael Tippett, Elizabeth Maconchy, John Woolrich, Peter Fribbins, Anthony Payne, James MacMillan, Matthew Taylor and most recently Alec Roth, resulting in new commissions and recordings.

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March
Tuesday
17
 

Twickenham Jazz Club
Nicolas Meier World Group with Richard Jones, Kevin Glasgow and Demi Garcia

Nicolas Meier World Group with Richard Jones, Kevin Glasgow and Demi Garcia (£14/£12)

More information

  • All sessions start at 8:00 and finish at 10:30
  • Admission: £13.00-£15.00 (Concessions: £11.00-£12.00)
  • All enquiries to: 020 8286 3242

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March
Friday
20
 

Harlequin Football Club
Harlequins vs. Sale Sharks

Harlequins vs. Sale Sharks in this Gallagher Premiership Rugby match.

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March
21-28
   

Richmond Shakespeare Society
THE DUCHESS OF MALFI

Webster's stunning tragedy explores class and gender inequality, misogyny, madness and murder in a High Renaissance court. Recent exposés of toxic masculinity by the #MeToo movement provide one the many contemporary resonances of the play. This adaptation transports the drama to a wealthy 'Mafia' family, set against the backdrop of a 1960s Italian film studio and the Vatican.

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March
Sunday
22
 

Orange Tree Theatre
ELAINE DELMAR sings Gershwin & Porter

After selling out her first appearance at the Orange Tree, one of the great British jazz voices of all time brings to Richmond her acclaimed interpretations of two of the greatest songbooks of all time, George Gershwin and Cole Porter.

Elaine Delmar will be performing classic arrangements of numbers including 'S'Wonderful', 'Embraceable You', 'Begin the Beguine&#...

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March
Tuesday
24
7:45pm  

Richmond Concert Society
Tre Voci (Ruby Hughes - soprano, Natalie Clein - cello, Julius Drake - piano)

  • Kodály: Sonatina
  • Bach: Öffne dich, mein ganzes Herze
  • Bach/Britten: Spiritual Songs
  • Tavener: Thrinos for solo cello, Akhmatova Songs
  • Brahms: Two Songs, Op. 91
  • Janáček: Pohádka
  • Schubert: Songs for voice, cello and piano

Ruby Hughes began her musical studies as a cellist graduating from the ...

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March
Thursday
26
8pm  

Eel Pie Club
DAVE KELLY BAND

Dave Kelly is known as Britain's finest blues slide guitarist, as well as being an excellent vocalist. He is joint lead singer in The Blues Band of which he was a founder member with Paul Jones.

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March
27-29
   

Normansfield Theatre
Der Fliegende Hollander

(The Flying Dutchman) by Richard Wagner

Featuring Rose Opera Orchestra and Chorus

A ghost captain (the 'Flying Dutchman') is cursed to roam the seas forever, coming ashore only once every seven years. Only if he finds a wife who loves him truly whilst he is ashore can he be freed from this eternal fate. Senta, the daughter of another sea captain, wants to be that wife...

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March
Tuesday
31
 

Twickenham Jazz Club
Zoe Francis with Jim Mullen and Mick Hutton

Zoe Francis with Jim Mullen and Mick Hutton (£14/£12)

More information

  • All sessions start at 8:00 and finish at 10:30
  • Admission: £13.00-£15.00 (Concessions: £11.00-£12.00)
  • All enquiries to: 020 8286 3242

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April
Thursday
2
8pm  

Eel Pie Club
KYLA BROX

Blues and soul become inextricably entwined in award-winning singer-songwriter, Kyla Brox, whose raw talent has seen her described as "the finest female blues singer of her generation". Winner of the 2018 UK Blues Challenge, Kyla had the honour of representing the UK in Memphis at the 2019 International Blues Challenge, as well as the European event in the Azores. In a huge nod to her ongoing...

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Apr-May
3-9
   

Orange Tree Theatre
LAST EASTER

A lighting designer, an actress, a prop maker and a drag singer go on a pilgrimage looking for a miracle.

Even when June, the lighting designer, is diagnosed with a devastating illness, the jokes don't stop coming as a quartet of theatre friends career across France, glugging red wine, and hoping to find a miracle at Lourdes for June, a nonbeliever who thinks the only good thing ...

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April
Tuesday
7
8pm  

The Arts Society Richmond
So The Do Cook After All! - Ravilios, Bawden and the Great Bardfield Artists

Speaker: Jo Walton

While Bawden and Ravilious saw active service as War Artists (Ravilious dying in 1942), other artists captured the soon-to-change world of rural England through the Recording Britain project. By the mid-1950s a diverse, innovative but highly creative group had made Bardfield their home - much to the bemusement of the local villagers, who found the ...

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April
Tuesday
7
 

Twickenham Jazz Club
Kelvin Christiane 'Allstars' Big Band

Kelvin Christiane 'Allstars' Big Band (£14/£12)

More information

  • All sessions start at 8:00 and finish at 10:30
  • Admission: £13.00-£15.00 (Concessions: £11.00-£12.00)
  • All enquiries to: 020 8286 3242

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April
Thursday
9
8pm  

Eel Pie Club
EEL PIE CLUB 20TH BIRTHDAY - Eel Pie All-Stars

The Eel Pie Club is 20 years old in April and we are having a party to celebrate.

  • £14 (£12 Members)

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April
Tuesday
14
7:45pm  

Richmond Concert Society
Quartetto Adorno (string quartet)

  • Beethoven: String Quartet in A minor, Op. 132
  • Puccini: Crisantemi
  • Zemlinsky: String Quartet No. 3

In 2017 Quartetto Adorno won the Third Prize (First Prize not awarded), the Special Prize for the best performance of a contemporary piece and the Public's Prize at the International String Quartet Competition "XI Premio Paolo Borciani". During the thirty-...

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April
Friday
17
 

Harlequin Football Club
Harlequins vs. Northampton Saints

Harlequins vs. Northampton Saints in this Gallagher Premiership Rugby match.

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April
Saturday
18
   

Rugby Football Union (RFU)
The Clash

One of the biggest derby games is back when Bath Rugby take on Wasps in The Clash at Twickenham Stadium. Watch outstanding rugby with great entertainment on the greatest stage.

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April
Thursday
23
8pm  

Eel Pie Club
CATFISH

UK and British Blues Award winners Catfish have carved a reputation for themselves as an excellent live band with a phenomenal frontman in 24 year old guitarist/vocalist Matt Long who plays with a real passion for the blues.

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April
Friday
24
 

Harlequin Football Club
Harlequins vs. Bath Rugby

Harlequins vs. Bath Rugby in this Gallagher Premiership Rugby match.

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April
Sunday
26
2:30pm  

Normansfield Theatre
Festival Showcase

Richmond Upon Thames Performing Arts present Festival Showcase

There will be a selection of outstanding and entertaining items in Music, Speech and Drama from the 2020 Festival.

More information

  • Tickets are £7 at the door or (£5 for Senior Concessions) Patrons, active Stewards, Teachers of those performing and under 16s are free).
  • Details

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May
Saturday
2
7:30pm  

Normansfield Theatre
An Evening of Classic Rock and Pop Music - including a special Pink Floydfeature

Used Notes, a Claygate-based band, augmented by two superb imported musicians, play rock and pop classics in their own style. From punchy 50s hits to exciting 80s stadium standards, this group will have the audience singing and swaying along, with their acclaimed Pink Floyd medley featuring songs from Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here and The Wall. The evening will begin with an ...

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May
2-9
   

Richmond Shakespeare Society
SUMMERLAND

The year is 1869. The place is New York City. The dust is settling after the carnage and destruction of the American Civil War and, on Broadway, William H Mumler has set up his photography studio with his wife Katherine. Although he charges high prices he has many clients, especially among the rich and famous of the city. For William H Mumler is no ordinary photographer... RSS is proud to present the first European production of Arlitia Jones' thrilling and suspenseful play.

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May
Thursday
7
8pm  

Eel Pie Club
GARY FLETCHER BAND

A founder and ever-present member of The Blues Band with Paul Jones, Gary has appeared with and/or recorded with Peter Green, Maggie Bell, Van Morrison, John Mayall, Long John Baldry, Guy Barker, Bernie Marsden, Micky Moody, Kim Simmonds, Henry McCullough, Zoot Money, Nat Adderley, Guy Barker etc.

The music straddles blues, Americana and folk, playing guitar, slide, banjo, mandolin and ...

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May
8-10
   

Richmond Opera
The Dragon of Wantley

After sellout shows of King Arthur in November, Richmond Opera are returning to Normansfield Theatre with the Dragon of Wantley in May 2020.

Wantley village near Sheffield is terrorised a child-gobbling dragon, and local hero Moore of Moorehall is entreated to put his drinking and womanising aside to take matters in hand. His methods are unorthodox to say the least...

This ...

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May
9-15
   

Teddington Theatre Club
Loot

By Joe Orton

Riotous slapstick meets dubious morals in Orton's outrageous comic masterpiece

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Two young friends stash the proceeds of a bank robbery in an occupied coffin, attempting to hide their spoils from the attentions of a psychopathic policeman, a serial-killer nurse and a grieving widower. In the ensuing comic carnage, Orton creates a ...

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May-Jun
15-27
   

Orange Tree Theatre
THE FALSE SERVANT

When a man thinks he can cynically take a rich woman's money and then run off with an even more lucrative potential fiancée, he'd best not tell the fiancée by mistake.

Le Chevalier, a woman disguised as the son of an aristocrat, embarks on a plan that will expose the dark heart of this male power-play.

This version by Martin Crimp was acclaimed at its 2004 ...

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May
Tuesday
19
7:45pm  

Richmond Concert Society
Sacha Rattle (clarinet)

  • Hindemith: Clarinet Sonata
  • Debussy: Pemière Rhapsodie
  • Bernstein: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano
  • Schumann: Adagio and Allegro, Op. 70
  • Berg: Four Pieces for Clarinet and Piano, Op. 5
  • Brahms: Sonata in F minor, Op. 120 No. 1

Zeynep and Sacha first met in 2005 in Oberlin Conservatory, studying the Mozart Kegelstatt Trio with ...

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May
Thursday
21
8pm  

Eel Pie Club
THE ROLLIN' STONED

"The Best Rock 'n' Roll Tribute Band in The World", this magnificent band returns to The Eel Pie Club for two hours of nostalgia playing the best of 1964-1969.

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May
Thursday
21
 

The Arts Society Richmond
Bath

The Holbourne Museum and the American Museum.

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May
23-24
   

Rugby Football Union (RFU)
HSBC London Sevens

Twickenham Stadium is hosting the penultimate leg of the World Rugby HSBC Sevens Series and it's set to be a weekend full of excitement as the series nears its conclusion. One of the final tournaments stops Tokyo 2020, join us for a weekend of great rugby, food, entertainment and music in a carnival atmosphere at The Home of England Rugby. The event takes place over 2 days on the Spring Bank Holiday in May.

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May
29-31
   

Normansfield Theatre
La boheme

INSTANT OPERA returns to the Normansfield Theatre for a revival of its spectacular new production of Giacomo Puccini's most-loved masterpiece La boheme featuring a stellar international cast. Tickets £18 -- £25. Three performances only, this is not a show to be missed!

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May
Friday
29
 

Harlequin Football Club
Harlequins vs. Wasps

Harlequins vs. Wasps in this Gallagher Premiership Rugby match.

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June
Tuesday
9
7:45pm  

Richmond Concert Society
Benjamin Grosvenor (piano)

  • Rameau: Gavotte and Variations
  • Beethoven: Piano Sonata in E flat, Op. 7
  • Liszt: Ballade No. 2, Valses oubliées Nos. 1 and 2
  • Berceuse Valse de l'opéra de Charles Gounod

British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor is internationally recognised for his electrifying performances, distinctive sound and insightful interpretations. His virtuosic ...

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June
14-20
   

Teddington Theatre Club
Teechers

By John Godber

An A* classroom comedy from one of Britain's most popular playwrights

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This frantic play within a play sees students Gail, Hobby and Salty pay homage to their idealistic drama teacher Mr Nixon in an end-of-term play.

depicts life in a modern school with all its social politics for both teachers and students alike. Far too many characters ...

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June
Thursday
18
8pm  

Eel Pie Club
Slim Chance

Slim Chance has its origin in the early 70's, formed by the legendary and brilliant songwriter, Ronnie Lane, who had been a mainstay of both the Small Faces and The Faces.

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June
Saturday
20
 

Orange Tree Theatre
HENRY V

We few, we happy few, we band of brothers...

A young king, with all to play for. Will it be game, set and match?

Prince Hal must take on new responsibilities. His country is deeply divided, and he must grow up and learn what it takes to be a good leader.

His enemies only want to play games and throw insults. Can he get everyone working together, and win through?

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June
Sunday
21
 

Orange Tree Theatre
I, AMDRAM

89 years. 172 different productions. I am the first female member of my family to not appear in a Thalians show for a reason other than pregnancy.

Amateur dramatics. The hidden history of many a performance artist.

From four generations of leading ladies comes one queer Londoner, sharing a story of return and reconciliation - with her hometown, cultural inheritance and secret ...

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Jun-Jul
27-3
   

Teddington Theatre Club
Gypsy

Book by Arthur LaurentsMusic by Jule StyneLyrics by Stephen Sondheim

Breaking out and breaking free. The musical story of Miss Gypsy Rose Lee

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Gypsy - the multi-award winning musical based on the true story of Rose Thompson Hovick and her daughters June and Louise as they struggle to succeed in show business. Follow the flourishing of Louise, as she ...

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Jul-Aug
3-1
   

Orange Tree Theatre
WHILE THE SUN SHINES

The most popular production in Orange Tree history returns for 4 weeks only!

★★★★★ "Rollickingly good fun" The Reviews Hub

★★★★ "Paul Miller's delightful production fizzes with fun... Make hay with a glorious night of theatre." Evening Standard

★★★★★ "...

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July
Tuesday
7
8pm  

The Arts Society Richmond
The World of the Bayeux Tapestry

Speaker: Rupert Willoughby

Profile Rupert is a prize-winning historian who specialises in the domestic and social life of the past. He read History at the University of London and is the author of the best-selling Life in Medieval England , of guides to castles owned by English Heritage and Hampshire County Council, and of a series of popular histories of places, ...

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December
Tuesday
1
8pm  

The Arts Society Richmond
The Magic of Pantomime

Speaker: Ian Gledhill

Profile Ian has had a very varied career, from designing underground railways as an engineer for London Transport to appearing in pantomime with Julian Clary. In between he has worked in travel and tourism, music publishing, television, and especially the theatre where he has been an actor, director, set designer, stage manager and opera translator...

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February
21-24
   

Richmond Shakespeare Society
DREAM

The Young Actors' Company enter a world of higher nature, supernature and illusion, as they invite you to join them in Shakespeare's eternal tale of truth and beauty. The premise of this ever-popular work is taken forward in a new creation, perfectly suited to our time, and engineered for your magical mystery and delight.

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