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Museum of Richmond : Capabilty 300

Celebrating the 300th birthday of the father of landscape gardening July 1st to 29th October 2016

The Museum of Richmond is delighted to ...

Kids OK
Jul-Oct
1-29
   
Lancelot Capability Brown by Nathaniel Dance

Orleans House Gallery : Clive Robinson and Helen Taylor-Robinson: Grave Goods

Like humans, grave goods are corporeal, and like humans they decay and disappear. At the time they are made, they presumably have a use or meaning for the maker, but once they are ...

Kids OK
Aug-Oct
11-2
   
grave goods

Orange Tree Theatre : Jess and Joe Forever

Meet Jess and Joe.

They want to tell you their story. Joe is Norfolk born and bred and wears wellies. Jess holidays there with her au pair and is slightly too tubby for her ...

Sep-Oct
8-8
   

Riverside Gallery at the Old Town Hall : The Contemporary British Painting Prize

This new competition launches in 2016 and is designed for those who have a love of painting.

About the competition

Open to artists of any age, ability and location, the ...

Kids OK
Sep-Oct
10-22
   
contemporary british painting prize

Teddington Theatre Club : THE END OF THE AFFAIR

Greene's post-war perspective on infidelity, faith and guilt

It is 1946. Henry Miles, a civil servant, suspects that his wife Sarah is having an affair and asks his ...

Sep-Oct
25-1
   
The End of the Affair

Richmond Theatre : A Tale of Two Cities

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity...Dickens ...

Sep-Oct
27-1
   

Strawberry Hill House : Evolution of the English Garden 1680-1790

10 weeks course on the evolution of the English Garden 1680-1790

Every Thursday from 29 Sept -8 December

To book www.strawberryhillhouse.org.uk or for more details email: sandra.pullen@strawberryhillhouse.org.uk

Sep-Dec
29-8
   

Richmond Ramblers : NORTHOLT

Leisurely 8 miles / 12.9 km

Circular walk: a village, a mosque, part of the Grand Union Canal, part of the Hillingdon Trail, a nature reserve and a golf course.

Bring a picnic. There is a pub at the end ot the walk.

October
Saturday
1
10:35am  

Bearcat Comedy Club : RUSSELL HICKS. NATHAN CATON. STEFANO PAOLINI.

THIS week we have a Must See show with the Exciting Talent of American Free-form Comedian RUSSELL HICKS...

October
Saturday
1
8pm  

Normansfield Theatre : I GOT GERSHWIN! - S'Wonderful!

The songs and life of George Gershwin - American songwriter of  I GOT RHYTHM and ,THEY ALL LAUGHED  and opera Porgy and Bess

After the success of his Sinatra Show - His ...

October
Saturday
1
7:30pm  

Twickenham Craft Fairs : October Fair

Handmade craft items at affordable prices, made by local crafters. With items starting at just £1.

Kids OK
October
Saturday
1
1:30-5pm  

Richmond Ramblers : RICHMOND CIRCULAR

Leisurely 6 miles / 9.7 km

Along riverside to Kew Green for pub/picnic lunch.

then on to Syon Park and back along the north side of the river to Richmond Bridge.

October
Sunday
2
11am  

Twickenham Alive Film Festival 2016 : Awards and Screening Ceremony

Sponsored by Stone Rowe Brewer

The Twickenham Alive Film Festival is a community-based film festival inviting submissions of short films, up to 10 minutes, based ...

October
Sunday
2
6:30pm  
TAFF poster 2016

TwickFolk : Singers' Night (with stage, lights and PA system)

A change from the informal singarounds - A 'floor spot' on a Singers Night will be ten minutes so it will be a chance to perform two songs consecutively. Performing on stage in front of ...

October
Sunday
2
7:45pm  

Richmond Theatre : Relatively Speaking

As funny as anything Ayckbourn has ever written' The TimesThe most brilliant comedy of misunderstandings to have been written in the past 40 years' Daily Telegraph Greg only met ...

October
3-8
   

Richmond Film Society : TEHRAN TAXI

  • IRAN 2015
  • 82 minutes
  • Director - Jafar Panahi

Internationally acclaimed director Jafar Panahi drives a taxi through the streets of Tehran, picking up a diverse group of passengers in a single day.

Each passenger expresses their own view of the world, while being interviewed by the driver/director.

October
Tuesday
4
8pm  

Museum of Richmond : Capability 300 Curators Talk

Come and meet the new curator James Scott at the Museum of Richmond and find out how new exhibitions are put together and what has been learnt about Capability Browns life and work in the process.

Booking required, £2 donation recommended

October
Tuesday
4
2pm  

Richmond Ramblers : SOUTHBANK

Easy 5 miles / 8.1 km

Circular interest walk with a Dickensian feel through parts of Southwark, the River and Bankside.

Lunch: picnic or pub (Thameside Inn)

October
Wednesday
5
11:15am  

Eel Pie Club : THE BLUE BISHOPS

Over the years The Blue Bishops have built a reputation both for both their studio albums and live performances. Acknowledged as one of the best live bands on the circuit, Robert Cray remarked &#...

October
Thursday
6
 

Orleans House Gallery : KAOS: Re-Inventing the Selfie

The story of the self-portrait in the pantheon of art history is a long and illustrious one. Rembrandt, Freud, Hockney, Warhol and Perry instantly come to mind.

For the KAOS ...

Kids OK
Oct-Dec
6-4
   
kaos re inventing the selfie

Richmond Ramblers : SHEEN COMMON, RICHMOND PARK and WIMBLEDON COMMON

Moderate 9 miles / 14.5 km

Circular route via Sheen Common then across Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common. Follows walk 5 in our booklet "Rural Walks around Richmond".

Cafe/picnic lunch at the Windmill Tearooms on Wimbledon Common.

Opt out points at Robin Hood Gate (3 miles), Roehampton (5 miles)

October
Saturday
8
10:40am  

West London Postcard Club : POSTCARD FAIR IN TEDDINGTON

Buy from top dealers from around the country, with a huge range of postcards old and modern, as well as stamps, ephemera and cigarette cards, at prices well below what you might pay on ...

October
Saturday
8
10:15am-4pm  
Postcard Club Fair 8 Oct 2016

Richmond Ramblers : SHEEN COMMON, RICHMOND PARK and WIMBLEDON COMMON

Moderate 9 miles / 14.5 km

Circular route via Sheen Common then across Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common. Follows walk 5 in our booklet "Rural Walks around Richmond".

Cafe/picnic lunch at the Windmill Tearooms on Wimbledon Common.

Opt out points at Robin Hood Gate (3 miles), Roehampton (5 miles)

October
Saturday
8
10:40am  
October
Saturday
8
8pm  
October
Saturday
8
7:30pm  

TwickFolk : JIM MORAY: Modern folk music and Child ballads for today Andrew Sharpe

One of the most consistently inventive musicians working in English traditional music today. Winner of five BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, after five ground-breaking albums he now finds himself at the ...

October
Sunday
9
7:45pm  

Richmond Concert Society : ROBIN TRITSCHLER (TENOR) AND JAMES BOYD (GUITAR)

Songs by Dowland, Giuliani, Walton, Britten, Robert Jones, and Lennox Berkeley

Robin Tritschler graduated from the Royal Irish Academy of Music and the Royal Academy of ...

October
Tuesday
11
7:45pm  

Museum of Richmond : Poetry Evening: The Romantics

The Museum of Richmond invited you to attend a poetry evening with readings taken from romantic poets. Please bring along your own poem.

No need to book, £2 donation recommended

October
Wednesday
12
5:30-6:30pm  

Richmond Theatre : The Counterfeit Stones

The Counterfeit Stones celebrate their 25th anniversary in 2016 with 25 × 5. Their skilfully mixed cocktail of classic hits, retro costumes and cheeky humour continues to intoxicate young and old alike. This faking masterpiece, hilariously 'mockumenting' the history of the Rolling Stones from 1962, will take you back if you were there; or make you wish you had been. ... *

More information

October
Thursday
13
 

Orange Tree Theatre : Blue Heart

Nearly 20 years after its Royal Court premiere, the first major revival of two exhilarating one act plays by visionary playwright . sees a family awaiting their daughter's return ...

Oct-Nov
13-19
   

Richmond Theatre : Stick Man

Scamp Theatre's delightful adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's hugely popular children's book Stick Man is coming to venues across the UK! Touching, funny and utterly original, this award winning production features a trio of top actors and is packed full of puppetry, songs, live music and funky moves...

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October
14-15
   

Normansfield Theatre : The Marriage of Figaro

Thames Philharmonia Opera are performing Mozart's immortal opera 'The Marriage of Figaro' performed in its original Italian.

The performance is staged with full ...

October
Saturday
15
7:30pm  
the marriage of figaro poster
October
Saturday
15
8pm  

TwickFolk : ASTRAKAN PROJECT (FR): Astonishing Celtic music from France and Turkey

Music is born somewhere between Brittany (East of France) and Istanbul. From their Celtic homeland, Yann Gourvil (strings, programming and loops) and Simone Alves (vocals) bring in ancient songs ...

October
Sunday
16
7:45pm  

Normansfield Theatre : DON PASQUALE

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

October
Sunday
16
7:30pm  
don pasquale

Richmond Theatre : A Room With A View

With its cast of vivid characters, this elegant comedy written in 1908 is widely recognised as one of the finest novels of the twentieth century. The award winning Merchant Ivory film ...

October
17-22
   

Richmond Film Society : MYSTERY ROAD

  • AUSTRALIA 2013
  • 121 minutes
  • Director - Ivan Sen

In an Australian outback town, an Indigenous detective, returns home to solve the murder of a teenage girl. He is alienated from both the white-dominated police force and the Indigenous community. A gripping murder mystery with a cultural perspective.

October
Tuesday
18
8pm  

Eel Pie Club : THE DOWNLINERS SECT

Very much part of the London Rhythm and Blues scene in the 1960s, The Downliners started out in Twickenham on Eel Pie Island and subsequently took over The Rolling Stones' residency ...

October
Thursday
20
 
Downliners Sect

West London Postcard Club : A PHOTO TOUR OF CHISWICK TOWN HALL

A talk by Local History Librarian James Marshall, who has given guided tours of the Town Hall for London Open House. The 1876 Vestry Hall housed offices and a public hall for meetings, ...

October
Friday
21
6:15pm  
Postcard Club Oct 2016 poster 1
October
Saturday
22
8pm  

Normansfield Theatre : Murder Mystery Evening

Tickets are £17 and £15 for concessions, which includes a delicious light 2 course supper

We're delighted that Hozz Murder Mysteries are returning to Normansfield ...

October
Saturday
22
7:30pm  
Murder mystery evening 22 10 16

Richmond Theatre : Stepping Out

Wonderfully funny and heart-warming, Stepping Out starring Amanda Holden (Shrek the Musical, Britain's Got Talent), Angela Griffin (Waterloo Road, One Man Two Guvnors), Tracy-Ann ...

October
24-29
   

Hounslow and District History Society : An American President in Ealing

An American President in Ealing (John Quincy Adams, American Ambassador in London); By Mary Woods and Duncan Cameron, Members of the Little Ealing History Group which produced a book on John Quincy Adams's stay in Little Ealing.

October
Tuesday
25
7:45pm  

Orange Tree Theatre : The Tempest

★★★★★ "Kelly Hunter's brilliantly interactive adaptation of The Tempest for children with autism is fantastic fun" Coventry Telegraph"Today was the ...

Oct-Nov
25-4
   

Museum of Richmond : Family Workshops: Halloween in Richmond

Join us to learn about Richmond's spooky past. Take part in a Halloween themed arts and crafts!

More Information

Children must be accompanied by an adult

October
25-28
10am-12pm  

Museum of Richmond : Museum at Night: Gothic Richmond

Join the museum and RACC in a night to explore the gothic side of Richmond. See gothic costume designed by RACC fashion students who have been influenced by the museums Victorian mourning costumes.

Free entry, no need to book

October
Friday
28
5-8pm  
October
Saturday
29
8pm  

Twickenham Craft Fairs : Halloween Fair

Handmade craft items at affordable prices, made by local crafters. With items starting at just £1.

Kids OK
October
Saturday
29
1:30-5pm  

Riverside Gallery at the Old Town Hall : Virginia Woolf and the Hogarth Press

In conjunction with the Richmond Literature Festival, this exhibition will celebrate a century since Virginia and Leonard Woolf began publishing in Richmond. Named after the house they ...

Kids OK
Oct-Dec
29-10
   
virginia woolf

TwickFolk : KELLEY McRAE DUO (USA): Heartfelt Americana

Making a welcome return to TwickFolk following their visit last April. The duo have played shows coast to coast across the United States and Europe and are returning to promote their new album ....

October
Sunday
30
7:45pm  

Richmond Concert Society : VAN KUIJK STRING QUARTET

  • Debussy: String Quartet in G minor
  • Kurtag: Moments Musicaux
  • Beethoven: String Quartet No. 12 in E flat, Op. 127

Founded in 2012, in Paris, the Van ...

November
Tuesday
1
7:45pm  

Richmond Film Society : THE COMMUNE

  • DENMARK 2016
  • 111 minutes
  • Director - Thomas Vinterberg

A professional couple establish a commune in a large house in a classy suburb of Copenhagen. From Thomas Vinterberg, a dark comedy about life, characters and tensions in a 1970s Danish collective.

November
Tuesday
1
8pm  

Eel Pie Club : WE REMEMBER JOE COCKER featuring Paul Cox

An original project in tribute to Joe Cocker with an 8-piece international All-Star band (Neal Black, Mark Latrell, Renaud Cugny, Kris Jefferson, Romek Parol, Dave Bowler, Celia Kameni ...

November
Thursday
3
 
Paul Cox by Jennifer Noble 3

Richmond Shakespeare Society : The Merchant of Venice

by William Shakespeare, directed by John Gilbert

Antonio, a merchant of Venice borrows from Shylock, a money lender, in order to fund his closest friend Bassanio's courtship of Portia... A universal tale where friendship and love face fortune, enmity and greed. This is without doubt the most thought provoking and human of Shakespeare's comedies.

More information

November
5-12
   

TwickFolk : HUNTER MUSKETT: Acoustic folk rockers bridge the gap between then and now +John Hudson

Formed in 1969 and flourished in the folk rock scene for a few years and a couple of albums. 30-something years after they split up, Terry Hiscock, Chris George, Doug Morter and Rog Trevitt ...

November
Sunday
6
7:45pm  
November
Saturday
12
2:30pm  

TwickFolk : Singaround: bring a song or two, join in, or just come and listen!

One of the resident singers at TwickFolk, says: "All the music at TwickFolk is live and our singarounds give everyone a chance to sing, play an instrument, recite a poem or tell a story."If you ...

November
Sunday
13
7:45pm  

Richmond Film Society : SLOW WEST

  • UK/NZ 2015
  • 84 minutes
  • Director - John Maclean

A callow young Scotsman of 16 treks across 19th century Colorado in search of his lost love, Rose, accompanied by a grizzled killer (Michael Fassbender).

A black Western, full of twists, turns and startling originality.

Preceded by the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF RICHMOND FILM SOCIETY

November
Tuesday
15
8pm  

St Margarets Wine Society : Modern Spain

For our final event of 2016 we visit Spain, with a focus on areas that may be less well known but have some of the most exciting and interesting wine developments.

Ribera Del Duero, Navarra...

November
Tuesday
15
7:30pm  

Eel Pie Club : LEAF HOUND

Led by original vocalist, Pete French (also frontman of the original and current re-formed Atomic Rooster), Leaf Hound was a product of the SW London rock scene of the late '60s which spawned ...

November
Thursday
17
8pm  

Richmond Opera : The Magic Flute by Mozart

A fully staged production to be sung in English with orchestra at the historic Victorian Normansfield Theatre.

More Information

November
18-20
7:30pm-  
magic flute
November
Saturday
19
2:30pm  

TwickFolk : CARDBOARD FOX: The Carrivick Sisters bring their bluegrass band toTwickFolk (at last)

Due to join us last year, but a motorcycle accident meant that John Breeze was unable to play, and their back-up bassist couldn't be rehearsed in time. Therefore we're glad to be bringing...

November
Sunday
20
7:45pm  

Orange Tree Theatre : Sheppey

Sheppey has always considered himself a lucky man.

When this hardworking hairdresser wins the lottery everyone wants a piece of the prize: his wife wants a charlady, his daughter...

Nov-Jan
24-7
   
November
Saturday
26
2:30pm  

TwickFolk : PETE COE: Celebrating 50 years of performing

A professional musician since 1971, playing at festivals concerts, clubs, dances & schools throughout Britain, Europe, Asia, New Zealand & USA . During the '70s he toured and recorded...

November
Sunday
27
7:45pm  

Hounslow and District History Society : The Syon Abbey Herbal 1517

The Syon Abbey Herbal 1517: the Last Monastic Herbal in England; By John Adams, Member of the Syon Abbey Research Associates and Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London.

November
Tuesday
29
7:45pm  

Richmond Film Society : A SECOND CHANCE

  • DENMARK 2014
  • 105 minutes
  • Director - Susanne Bier

Emotional drama centred on the relationship between a policeman and his wife.

His own domestic circumstances become increasingly entangled with the targets of a raid after a cataclysmic event...

November
Tuesday
29
8pm  
December
Thursday
1
8pm  
December
Saturday
3
2:30pm  

Twickenham Craft Fairs : Christmas Fair

Handmade craft items at affordable prices, made by local crafters. With items starting at just £1.

Kids OK
December
Saturday
3
1:30-5pm  

TwickFolk : MICHAEL MCDERMOTT (USA): Echoes of Springsteen and Dylan from the windy city

The story is the classic tale of survival, perseverance, love and redemption.

First came youthful innocence, a dream-come-true recording contract, a classic debut album heralded by the ...

December
Sunday
4
7:45pm  

Richmond Concert Society : IAN HOBSON (PIANO)

December
Tuesday
6
7:45pm  

Rugby Football Union (RFU) : The Varsity Match

  • Oxford U Women v Cambridge U Women 11:30
  • Oxford University v Cambridge University 14:30
December
Thursday
8
11:30am  

Orleans House Gallery : Oui Neun Sprunt and Sarah Hacking-Brian: Lose Your Mind

"I am intrigued by a lady, paralysed from the neck down, on TV news. She feeds herself chocolate using a robotic arm controlled by her thoughts. I decide to explore thoughts, to create a ...

Kids OK
Dec-Feb
8-5
   
oui neun lose your mind

Richmond Shakespeare Society : Oh! What a Lovely War

by Joan Littlewood and the Theatre Workshop, directed by Louise Stenson

At turns satirical, funny and deeply moving, Oh! What a Lovely War has a style all of its own, combining music, dance, songs and sketches to create a picture of life during the First World War for those on the front line and those behind it.

More information

December
10-17
   

Normansfield Theatre : Opera Encores

By popular demand, Commedia returns to present another entertaining guided tour through the evolution of opera. The evening is illustrated with more popular highlights performed by a company of professional soloists accompanied by The Virtual Reality Orchestra.

More Information

December
Sunday
11
7:30pm  
opera encores

Richmond Film Society : GRANDMA

  • USA 2015
  • 79 minutes
  • Director - Paul Weitz

Elle (Lily Tomlin) has just broken up with her girlfriend when her granddaughter Sage visits needing $600 immediately. Elle and Sage spend the day trying to get the cash.

Their unannounced visits to old friends unearth skeletons and secrets.

Followed by the RICHMOND FILM SOCIETY'S CHRISTMAS PARTY

December
Tuesday
13
8pm  

Eel Pie Club : EEL PIE CLUB XMAS PARTY

THE Christmas Party.

The Eel Pie All-Stars are Don Craine and Keith Grant (Downliners Sect), Robin Bibi (ex Pretty Things), Rick Biddulph (ex Caravan), Alan Glen (Yardbirds, Nine Below Zero), Chris Hunt (Lonnie Donegan Band, The Bruvvers), and Dave Lennox (Blodwyn Pig). Many special guests still to be announced but confirmed at time of writing are Bootleg Blondie, Alix Anthony, Derek Griffiths (The Artwoods), Mark Freeman (Downliners Sect), Ali Mackenzie (The Birds).

Free mince pies and mulled wine for those who arrive early enough.

December
Wednesday
14
8pm  

Orange Tree Theatre : Extra Yarn

On a cold, dark day in a dull, grey town, Annabelle discovers a box of brightly coloured yarn. She knits a cosy jumper to keep herself toasty warm and finds, to her surprise, that she ...

Dec-Jan
16-7
   

Twickenham Choral Society : December concert

  • TCHAIKOVSKY : Serenade for Strings
  • STRAVINSKY : Symphony of Psalms
  • RACHMANINOV : The Bells
  • Brandenburg Sinfonia
Kids OK
December
Saturday
17
7:30pm  

Twickenham Choral Society : December concert

  • TCHAIKOVSKY : Serenade for Strings
  • STRAVINSKY : Symphony of Psalms
  • RACHMANINOV : The Bells
  • Brandenburg Sinfonia

More Information

  • Tickets: reserved seats £18, unreserved £15 (half price for under 18s and full-time students), programme included in price, available from the choir website www.twickenhamchoral.org.uk or from choir members. See the website for our Earlybird ticket prices.
December
Saturday
17
7:30pm  

Riverside Gallery at the Old Town Hall : Sumiko Okubo: A Poem of the Harvest

Japanese artist Sumiko Okubo is inspired by the natural world, combined with a deep sense of the spiritual. She works not only in woodblock and etching, but also pastel or bronze sculpture. Okubo's art evokes a sense of timeless peace and tranquility. Initially trained in Tokyo followed by studies in London, her traditional Japanese style is imbued with the western influence she absorbed during her time in England. She regularly exhibits her prints and drawings, collectively titled 'Poems of Nature'.

Kids OK
Dec-Feb
17-18
   
sumiko a poem of the harvest

TwickFolk : Christmas Singaround: bring a song or two, join in, or just come and listen!

One of the resident singers at TwickFolk, says: "All the music at TwickFolk is live and our singarounds give everyone a chance to sing, play an instrument, recite a poem or tell a story.

...

December
Sunday
18
7:45pm  

TwickFolk : New Year Singaround: bring a song or two, join in, or just come and listen!

One of the resident singers at TwickFolk, says: "All the music at TwickFolk is live and our singarounds give everyone a chance to sing, play an instrument, recite a poem or tell a story."

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January
Sunday
8
7:45pm  

Orange Tree Theatre : Winter Solstice

Christmas Eve.

Bettina and her husband Albert aren't happy.

Bettina's mother is staying for the holidays.

Which is awkward.

Not least because ...

Jan-Feb
12-11
   

Eel Pie Club : PRETTY THINGS (Acoustic)

The first Eel Pie Club gig of 2017: The Pretty Things are at the heart of the UK Rhythm

January
Thursday
12
8pm  

Richmond Concert Society : ENSEMBLE 96 (CHOIR)

Norwegian and other choral works by Ødegaard, Pedersen, Stockhausen, Havrøy and Daniel-Lesur

Ensemble 96 from Oslo is one of Norway's leading chamber choirs...

January
Tuesday
17
7:45pm  

Richmond Film Society : MUSTANG

  • TURKEY 2015
  • 97 minutes
  • Director - Deniz Gamze Ergüven

In rural Turkey, five orphaned sisters are wrongly accused of debauchery. Their relatives incarcerate them at home and resolve to marry each sister off in order to preserve family honour. Short-listed for the Foreign Language Oscar.

January
Tuesday
17
8pm  

Richmond Shakespeare Society : The Weir

by Conor McPherson, directed by Harry Medawar

'The Weir', by Conor McPherson, has been widely acclaimed. The play is set in a rural pub in the west of Ireland, a country full of tales of fairies, ghosts and angels. Four regulars and a newcomer to the area - a "blow in" - spend a winter's evening telling stories. They discover things about each other and themselves that will stay with them - and you - forever.

January
21-28
   
January
Tuesday
31
7:45pm  

Richmond Film Society : THE COMPANY YOU KEEP

  • USA 2012
  • 125 minutes
  • Director - Robert Redford

Director Robert Redford plays a respectable public-interest lawyer. But a local reporter discovers that he was formerly a member of the Weathermen terrorist organisation back in the 1960s.

Is it possible to bury your past and start afresh?

January
Tuesday
31
8pm  
February
Saturday
4
4:45pm  

Richmond Concert Society : PIATTI STRING QUARTET

  • Ravel: String Quartet in F
  • Turnage: Contusion
  • Britten: 3 Divertimenti
  • Brahms: Quartet No. 2 in A minor, Op. 51 No. 2

Prizewinners at the ...

February
Tuesday
7
7:45pm  

Richmond Film Society : DHEEPAN

  • FRANCE 2015
  • 115 minutes
  • Director - Jacques Audiard

A Tamil soldier poses as the husband and father of two other refugees in order to escape a civil war in Sri Lanka. Arriving in France, the makeshift "family" find themselves embroiled in violence on the streets of Paris.

February
Tuesday
14
8pm  

Eel Pie Club : Kast Off Kinks

Not a Tribute Band! The Kast-Off Kinks contains 3 actual Members of and is still regarded to this day as the backbone of the original Kinks, is joined by . By fans, Ian is regarded as the best keyboard player of The Kinks. The fourth member and only non-Kink, is Dave Clarke (ex Noel Redding Band), taking the place of the Davies brothers. . Almost every other ex-Kink has guested with The Kast-Off Kinks, including Ray Davies

February
Thursday
23
8pm  
February
Sunday
26
3pm  

Hounslow and District History Society : Licensed to Sell: the Brentford Magistrates' Court's Pub Watercolours

Licensed to Sell: the Brentford Magistrates' Court's Pub Watercolours; By Mary and James Marshall of Hounslow Libraries' Local Studies Service.

February
Tuesday
28
7:45pm  

Richmond Film Society : THE CLUB

  • CHILE 2015
  • 98 minutes
  • Director - Pablo Larraín

Four defrocked priests live a clandestine existence in a Chilean beach town, out of sight (and mind) of both the public and the Catholic Church.

The arrival of a new 'inmate' disrupts their existence.

February
Tuesday
28
8pm  
March
Saturday
11
4pm  

Richmond Concert Society : ENDYMION ENSEMBLE

March
Tuesday
14
7:45pm  

Richmond Film Society : STILL WALKING

  • JAPAN 2008
  • 115 minutes
  • Director - Hirokazu Koreeda

Grown-up son and daughter visit elderly parents to commemorate the death of eldest son who drowned while saving the life of a stranger 12 years ago.

Younger son Ryota still feels his parents resent that he wasn't the one who died.

March
Tuesday
14
8pm  

Orange Tree Theatre : Twelfth Night

Bruised egos, broken hearts and drunken relatives.

Gender and class politics combine to create fizzing tensions and fraught encounters.

Get tangled up in Shakespeare's darkest comedy.

Playing in under 90 minutes, 6 actors bring Shakespeare's feisty language to life in a fast-paced and intimate production.

More information

March
18-25
   

Hounslow and District History Society : Hounslow's Cemeteries

Hounslow's Cemeteries; By Alan Rice, Honorary Secretary of the Feltham History Group

March
Tuesday
28
7:45pm  

Richmond Film Society : THE LESSON

  • BULGARIA 2014
  • 111 minutes
  • Directors: Kristina Grozeva & Petar Valchanov

The powerful portrayal of a teacher's life as she goes to desperate lengths in order to preserve a roof over her family's head - thwarted at every turn. You end up rooting for her all the way.

March
Tuesday
28
8pm  
March
Wednesday
29
11am  

Twickenham Choral Society : April concert

  • MACMILLAN : Five Strathclyde Motets
  • POULENC : Quatre Motets pour un Temps de Pénitence
  • PARRY : Songs of Farewell
Kids OK
April
Saturday
1
7:30pm  

Richmond Concert Society : ASHLEY FRIPP (PIANO)

April
Tuesday
4
7:45pm  
April
Saturday
8
 

Richmond Film Society : THE SECOND MOTHER

  • BRAZIL 2015
  • 112 minutes
  • Director - Anna Muylaert

Val has been the housemaid of a wealthy family in Sao Paulo for many years.

Tensions arise after her estranged daughter Jessica suddenly appears and challenges the unspoken class barriers that exist within the home.

April
Tuesday
11
8pm  

Hounslow and District History Society : AGM followed by Turner and the Thame

Annual General Meeting followed by Turner and the Thames; By Andrea Cameron, local historian.

April
Tuesday
25
7:45pm  

Richmond Film Society : SING STREET

  • UK/IRE 2016
  • 106 minutes
  • Director - John Carney

A schoolboy forms a band to try and impress a girl. Set in 1985 Dublin, this uplifting musical comedy from the director of 'Once' is an homage to the music and fashion of the '80s.

April
Tuesday
25
8pm  

Rugby Football Union (RFU) : Army v Navy - Babcock Trophy

  • Army v Navy - Babcock Trophy 15:00
  • UK Armed Forces U23 v Oxbridge U23 12:00
April
Saturday
29
12pm  

Rugby Football Union (RFU) : RFU Cup Finals and National U20s Final

  • RFU Junior Vase Final 11:00
  • RFU Senior Vase Final 13:00
  • RFU Intermediate Cup Final 15:00
  • Nat U20 Championship Final 17:00
May
Saturday
6
11am  

Richmond Concert Society : BRITTEN OBOE QUARTET

May
Tuesday
16
7:45pm  
May
20-21
   
May
Saturday
27
 

Rugby Football Union (RFU) : Old Mutual Wealth Cup

  • England v Barbarians
  • County Championship Div 2 Plate Final
  • Bill Beaumont Cup Final
  • County Championship Shield Final
May
Sunday
28
 

Twickenham Choral Society : April concert

  • SCHÜTZ : Musicalische Exequien
  • PURCELL : My Heart is Inditing
  • and other pieces from the German and English baroque repertoire
Kids OK
July
Saturday
8
7:30pm  

Richmond Concert Society : GUILDHALL SCHOOL POSTGRADUATE FELLOWS ENSEMBLE

AGM at 7.45pm followed by a free concert at about 9pm Richmond Concert Society is proud to continue an annual event which allows subscribers to be involved in the creation of new music.more information about GUILDHALL SCHOOL POSTGRADUATE FELLOWS ENSEMBLE

July
Tuesday
18
7:45pm