Another free public information evening for EU citizens living in the borough will be held at Whitton Methodist Church on 12th December 2018.
Attendees will be able to get updates on the latest Brexit developments and find out what steps they need to take to protect their future in the UK.
This is the third event delivered by Citizens Advice Richmond as part of a ...
Manford's Comedy Club will be heading back into town on 14th December for a Christmas special at the Exchange in Twickenham.
Join us for a hilarious evening of live comedy featuring four well-known comedians personally chosen by Jason Manford.
Line up: Christian Reilly, Fin Taylor, Janet Garner and Luke Toulson.
Join the team at Marble Hill to make a Christingle or a little Christmas wreath. Open to adults and children alike. While you're there come into the house and take in the free 12 Days Of Christmas exhibition by local artist Michael Coldman, who transforms everyday objects into magical representations of the Marble Hill Story!
- 10am to 2pm, but pop along for 10 minutes or take your time if you prefer.
- COST: FREE
- BOOKING: No booking required - just turn up and try!
The Mayor of Richmond upon Thames would like to invite families to Be Our Guest at a Sing-a-Long Beauty and The Beast screening this Christmas! Join him at the Twickenham Exchange on Saturday 15th December for a screening of Disney's brand-new adaptation of the iconic fairy tale, with on-screen lyrics so everyone can join in! This family Christmas special is a chance ...
The Girl in the Water presented by students of Elizabeth Samuels Drama School. www.elizabethsamuelsdrama.com
Ben and his friends are the misfits at school. Every day after school they go into the nearby woods and hang out by the river, free to be themselves, safe from other students who pick on them and away from real life problems. Ben...
George Bailey has so many problems he is thinking about ending it all -- and it's Christmas! As the angels discuss George, we see his life in flashback. As George is about to jump from a bridge, he ends up rescuing his guardian angel, Clarence -- who then shows George what his town would have looked like if it hadn't been for all his good deeds over the years.
The classic tale of "Goldilocks and the 3 Bears" is transported from deep in the forest to an icy wonderland.
Goldilocks is given a beautiful Christmas gift, but when she loses it outside her home her adventures begin. Join the journey of friendship and snowflakes animated live with fantastic puppets that's fun for all the family!
Tickets: £8/£6 (concs)
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.
- From 6 to 8 pm
- Any enquiries, call 07906 813795
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The Houses of Parliament is one of the most famous and staggering buildings in the world. It rises serenely from the Thames at Westminster on a site which has been the centre of power and government in England from the earliest times. It is a masterpiece of Victorian architecture and a spectacular feat of civil engineering, a landmark...
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