What's on - March 2018

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  • 3 March 2018 - 18 August 2018Music/Gigs

    Unsung Heroes

    Another in our series of events to celebrate talented local musical performers, following last year’s successful concert.
    Acts are currently being confirmed.

    OSO Arts Centre event

  • 4 March 2018 - 2 May 2018Museum/Heritage

    Early Bird Guided Tour

    Enjoy the peacefulness of Walpole's villa before it opens to the public and find out more about its history, architecture and restoration. 

    Book your tickets here

    Strawberry Hill House & Garden event

  • 17 March 2018 - 23 March 2018Drama/Dance/Musicals

    A Month of Sundays

    A Month of Sundays by Bob Larbey

    Directed by Steve Taylor

    Laughing in the face of oblivion

    From the same pen as The Good Life and A Fine Romance comes this bittersweet comic gem. We follow the exploits of two care home friends, Cooper and Aylott - from the painful ritual of Sunday family visits and empty condescension, to valiantly flirting with the female staff – and discover that life can only be endured through friendship and laughter.



    Teddington Theatre Club event

  • 17 March 2018 - 24 March 2018Drama/Dance/Musicals


    Macbeth  is a play about fear. When first performed in 1606 belief in witches and supernatural intervention in the governance of the realm were a given, and Shakespeare’s tale of political ambition, betrayal, and murder would have held a real sense of immediacy and danger for the audience.  To this day the play retains an aura of superstition, especially in theatrical circles.  At its deeper level Macbeth raises universal existential questions – at its simplest it can be as scary as The Woman in Black





    Richmond Shakespeare Society event

  • 20 March 2018 - 22 March 2018Drama/Dance/Musicals

    Windrush Square

    "Come on and get up and stand up for our rights” in the pursuit of equality in the eyes of the law. Join the Johnson family as we retell an essential part of British history buried in the heart of Brixton, uniting all people in a bid to eradicate the barrier between all races.

    OSO Arts Centre event

  • 22 March 2018Music/Gigs

    Simply Bowie

    The music of David Bowie as you’ve never heard it before. Following sell out seasons at Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival, NME Male Vocalist of the Year, Oliver Darley brings his own inimitable style to the music of this iconic artist. With only jazz pianist Chad Lelong for accompaniment, the two strip back Bowie’s most recognisable hits to present a unique interpretation of great British songwriting.  '(Darley is) one of the UK's greatest white voices' (B B King). 'He could sing the angels to sleep and wake the Devil from his bed’ (Ray Charles)

    Tickets: £17 / £16 concs / £15 LAC Members 


    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • 23 March 2018Music/Gigs

    Kindred Spirit Band Concert

    Twickenham's beautiful, new Arts Centre, The Exchange presents the Kindred Spirit Band on Friday 23rd March 2018. 

    The Kindred Spirit Band sound is special and distinctive, driven by "haunting and bewitching" female vocals, guitar, two classically trained, virtuoso, lead instrument players (on violin and flute / sax), dynamic drums and bass guitar and laced with jigs, reels and duelling improvisations. The band features Elaine Samuels (guitar and vocals), Catherine Dimmock (flute, sax and vocals) , Martin Ash (electric violin), Mike Hislop (bass) and Aleem Saleh (drums).

    This progressive folk rock band play powerful “perceptive and intriguing” original material which is inclined to the mystical, magical and environmental.

    I have finally found music again…I have not heard such wonderful, uplifting music in ages.” Gene Saul, Alabama

    The band have performed at Theatres, Art Centres, festivals and clubs including the famous Cavern Club, Liverpool, where John Lennon’s sister, Julia, rushed back stage to congratulate them on their set! The band’s singer / song-writer / guitarist, Elaine Samuels, has been featured on TV, radio & Glastonbury Festival as well as tours up and down the UK.

    The day began with Kindred Spirit, whose blending of some electrifying folk rock with a prog sensitivity, ensured the Spitfire stage got off to a good start… they held the crowds attention with some quite delightful music” Laurence Todd, Classic Rock Society

    Since the release of their last album, “Phoenix Rising”, which has been receiving some great reviews, the band have been featured in Prog Magazine and the album is being distributed globally.

    Stunning new album… extraordinarily beautiful songs written for our generation” Neil Mach, AdPontes

    Tickets: Adult – £8/Concessions £6
    Book your ticket now


    Elaine Samuels Events event

  • 24 March 2018Choral/Choirs

    Teddington Choral Society

    Teddington Choral Society invite you to their third Spring Concert at the Landmark conducted by their Musical Director Sam Evans. They will perform two of Haydn’s joyful and uplifting Masses: The Saint Nicholas Mass and the Theresienmesse with professional soloists and chamber ensemble, ensuring a superb and entertaining evening. www.teddingtonchoral.co.uk 

    Tickets: £15 / Under 12’s Free

    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • 24 March 2018Choral/Choirs

    Spring Concert

    Teddington Choral Society on Saturday 24th March 2018  invites you to their third Spring Concert at The Landmark Arts Centre.

    The evening performance, conducted by their Musical Director Sam Evans, is of two of Haydn’s joyful and uplifting Masses: The  Saint Nicholas Mass and the Theresienmesse Mass.

    Teddington Choral will be joined by four professional Soloists:

    • Fflur Wyn soprano
    • Annie Gill mezzo soprano
    • John-Colyn Gyeantey tenor
    • George von Bergen baritone

    and The Battersea Ensemble

    This will be a superb and entertaining evening.


    For more information:   www.teddingtonchoral.co.uk      

    Tickets: www.landmarkartscentre.org/  Price  £15    Under 12’s Free.

    Teddington Choral Society event

  • 25 March 2018Music/Gigs

    Song-writing Competition

    At Elaine Samuels' March Open Mic Night (last Sundays of the month) on March 25th, from 7pm, there is going to be a song-writing competition, with a cash prize.

    If you would like to enter the competition, you need to write your own song and be prepared to perform it at the competition. The subject for this competition is "change". The requirements for entry are a £5 fee and registration at 6.45pm, just prior to the start of te Open Mic night at 7pm.

    More details 

    Elaine Samuels Events event

  • The 4 Clowns of the Apocolypse

    The end of the world is nigh!
    Well, maybe.
    The Horsemen of The Apocalypse assemble to fulfil their prophesied function and with epic scale incompetence they grapple with universal destruction and deckchairs.
    Comical, magical and visually stunning, The 4 Clowns of The Apocalypse is a sensorial, nonsensical delight for the whole family.
    Teatro do Montemuro from Portugal and the UK-based Absolute Theatre, both with great experience of creating innovative theatre, come together to present this highly entertaining, anti-apocalyptic production.

    OSO Arts Centre event

  • 27 March 2018Visual Arts/Film

    Richmond Film Society – screening of 'Marshland' (Spain)

    PLEASE NOTE OUR CHANGE OF VENUE. From January 2018, we shall be screening all our films at 'The Exchange', a new community facility opposite Twickenham Station. Its address is The Exchange, 75 London Road, Twickenham, TW1 1BE.

    Its amenites include a very comfortable, tiered 300 seat theatre, an onsite bar and a cafe. Our first screening at our new venue will be on 16 January, 2018.

    'Marshland' is set in the early years of a post-Franco Spain, two detectives with things to hide are assigned to a remote part of Andalusia to investigate the murder of two sisters. Clues are scare, the locals are unwelcoming and the ghosts of the past are everywhere.

    Tickets on the night for non-members are £6 (£4 full-time students) and all are very welcome. Please come along and join us at The Exchange.

    Richmond Film Society event

  • 29 March 2018 - 8 April 2018Visual Arts/Film

    Richmond and Twickenham Photographic Society Annual Exhibition

    The exhibition will include fine art prints and projected digital images, plus the Royal Photographic Society’s Visual Art Group touring exhibition and work by students of St. Catherine’s Girls School, Twickenham. Books and cards will be for sale in the exhibition shop. www.rtps.org.uk

    Admission:  £2.

    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • In The Footsteps of Dr John Langdon Down

    Saturday, 31 March 2018

    11am to 1pm

    Cost:  £10 includes light refreshments

    A talk using maps, architectural drawings and photographs to trace the development of the site.  This is followed by a walk around the original Normansfield grounds locating the position of lost buildings and finding those that remain.  The one hour walk is mostly along pavements but will also include some rougn paths and grased areas.  The total distance is about one mile.

    Places must idealy be pre-booked online at www.langdondowncentre.org.uk or by calling 0333 1212 300

    Langdon Down Centre event

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