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  • 3 July 2020 - 19 July 2020Visual Arts/Film

    On line virtual exhibition

    The Artists@Redlees Art Studios are showing a representation of their work in an online virtual exhibition from 3rd July to 19th July. 

    An exciting mix of paintings, ceramics, jewellery, photography, cards and textiles will entice and inspire you.

    Follow the link on our website, to enter the virtual exhibition, images are interactive, click on the image to find out more about the work and if you are interested in any artists' work get in touch with them directly.

    We hope that we will be able to open our studios again in December for our usual Winter Open Studios.

    Friday 3rd July 2020 - Sunday 19th July 2020

    www.redlees.org

     

    Redlees Studios event

  • 3 July 2020 - 1 August 2020Drama/Dance/Musicals

    While the Sun Shines

    On the eve of his wedding, the young Earl of Harpenden – Bobby to his friends – has offered his room to Joe, an American soldier he drunkenly met the night before. When Bobby’s fiancée Lady Elizabeth turns up, Joe makes a move, thinking she must be Bobby’s ex, the wonderful Mabel Crum. But a Free French lieutenant also has eyes for her... And to complicate matters, Bobby’s future father in law turns up too.

    London in the Blitz, and identities get confused: time to make hay...

    The first major London revival of this delectably charming comedy in decades. Rattigan’s greatest hit played for over 1,000 performances in the West End when it opened in 1943.

    Artistic Director Paul Miller directs following his phenomenally successful production of Rattigan's French Without Tears, which played two sold out runs at the OT, before going on a national tour.

    ★★★★★ “Rollickingly good fun” The Reviews Hub

    ★★★★★ “Delightful comedy” Essentially Surrey

    ★★★★ “comes up fresh as paint” The Guardian

    ★★★★ “A lot of laughs... Miller’s production is one of immense charm.” The Stage

    ★★★★ “So many laughs you might opt to see it twice.” London Theatre 1

    Orange Tree Theatre event

  • 3 July 2020 - 28 February 2021Choral/Choirs

    TCS Virtual performance; Lacrimosa, Mozart Requiem

    Unfortunately due to the general situation Teddington Choral Society had to cancel and postpone its Spring and Summer concerts and suspend its weekly rehearsals. But the choir has organized itself to allow the singers to continue practicing their repertoire and to maintain a strong connection.

    We have arranged a weekly project which gives the opportunity to the singers to sign up, record themselves and share their recordings so that we can create a virtual choir performance. 

    We have been extremely fortunate to have the support of our amazing IT specialist (Seamus, son of our Chairperson) who spent hours editing and mixing the final project. 

    We are also very thankful with the singers who have taken the courage to participate to these projects.

    We also had a very good feedback from the singers who did not participate but enjoyed listening and watching the performances.

    The Virtual Performance is a new entry in our range of activities and based on the members enthusiasm and the end results we will definitely continue experimenting it.

    Find here our virtual performance of Lacrimosa from the Mozart Requiem: https://youtu.be/pUEXxye1y3Q

    Teddington Choral Society event

  • 4 July 2020 - 31 July 2020Visual Arts/Film

    Online Art Exhibition

    Richmond Art Society Summer 2020 Exhibition Goes Online

    Due to Covid-19, Richmond Art Society is not able to hold its annual Summer Exhibition at the Landmark Arts Centre as planned, but will instead host a Virtual Summer Exhibition online on the Society’s website.

    Launching on the Richmond Art Society website on 4th July 2020, the online exhibition will be available to browse throughout July.  Please visit www.richmondartsociety.com and follow the links to the show.  There will also be a PDF catalogue of all the works available to download.

    The exhibition will feature established and emerging member artists from the Society.

    Peter Swann, Chair of Richmond Art Society, says: “Even in these strange and difficult times, we are delighted to be able to rise to the challenge of an online presentation to showcase the varied and quality range of works of our member artists.”

    Richmond Art Society event

  • 5 July 2020Music/Gigs

    CANCELLED - Richmond Orchestra - American Rhapsody

    Join the Richmond Orchestra and conductor Martin Smith on a journey through the cultural heartland of America. A synthesis of jazz, folk and classical, of the big city and the Big Country, resulting in some of the finest music ever written. George Gershwin brought jazz to the concert hall and the opera house with works such as Rhapsody in Blue and Porgy and Bess. Richmond Orchestra’s own Giles Kennedy stars in the dazzling Rhapsody, which Gershwin wrote for himself to play. The concert also features masterpieces by Copland, Bernstein and Samuel Barber.

    www.richmondorchestra.org.uk

    Tickets:  £15 / £12 concessions / £6 student / £3 U12 years

    Bookings:  Tel:  020 8977 7558, email: info@landmarkartscentre.org, visit www.landmarkartscentre.org

    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • Lecture on The Bayeaux Tapestry

    Drinks from 7pm, AGM at 7.30pm, one-hour lecture at 8pm. £5 payable on the door. No ticket needed.

    Description

    Commissioned by the Bishop of Bayeux who fought at Hastings and made by skilled English craftsmen, the Bayeux Tapestry is the last survivor of a vanished art form. Rupert presents a lively introduction to the tapestry – so much more than the story of Hastings – in which he unravels some of its mysteries, places it in the context of its age and firmly establishes it as a landmark in the history of Western art. With its lively illustrations of languid, party-loving, moustachioed Englishmen, of the cavalcades of noble huntsmen and of the snorting Norman cavalry poised to charge into battle, the tapestry is the next best thing to a moving picture from the time. 

    Speaker's Profile
    Rupert Willoughby 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, including Chawton: Jane Austen’s Village and Basingstoke and its Contribution to World Culture. He contributes regular obituaries to The Times and The Daily Telegraph, writes privately-commissioned histories of houses, and is an experienced lecturer – and occasional broadcaster – on a broad range of topics, with a particular interest in architecture, interior decoration and costume.

    The Arts Society Richmond event

  • 7 July 2020 - 6 July 2021Choral/Choirs

    In Flagrante Choir 2020

    In Flagrante choir normally rehearses on Tuesday evenings, 19.30 - 21.30 hrs.  Venue : St. Anne's Church hall, Kew Green TW9 3AA.  All have been welcome to come along to meet, and sing with, the choir.  

    Singers have a great time working on a wide range of songs - a love of music and ability to hold a tune is all that's required!  No audition.  

    However, since the "lockdown" we have been having a fun weekly choir session singing with our Musical Director, Eamonn O'Dwyer, on Tuesday nights at 19.30 hrs.  You are most welcome to join this as we will be continuing through the summer months of 2020.  

    For further details on how to link in on Tuesday evenings, contact Cathy Jago on catherine@cjhenergy.co.uk  

    or our website https://www.inflagrantechoir.com

     

     

     

    In Flagrante Choir event

  • 9 July 2020Visual Arts/Film

    Mark Thomas - Serious Organised Criminal Livestream

    A livestream of Mark Thomas' Sony Award winning show.

    Mark’s true story of cake icing as a political weapon, of demonstrations to Defend Surrealism, and of getting to like the Police. Mark turns an 18-month battle over Parliament Square and the right to demonstrate into a bizarrely brilliant stand up show. This is how Mark fought the law… with the law’s permission.

     It’s a laugh-out-loud funny world inhabited by anarchists, goths and artists, in which Mark becomes a Guinness World Record holder, organises 2,500 protests in one day and changes the law in the process. Oh, an he won a Sony Award for the show too.

    20% from every ticket sold will be donated to the Save The Landmark Appeal.

     

    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • 15 July 2020Choral/Choirs

    The Landmark Choirs Annual Summer Concert

    The Landmark’s three resident choirs join forces for their annual summer concert under the direction of their Choral Tutors Charlotte Brosnan, Charles MacDougall and Katie Rose. Expect a wide variety of music encompassing traditional folk songs, world music, jazz, pop and much more.

    Tickets: £7 adults / Free U16s

    Bookings:  Tel:  020 8977 7558, email: info@landmarkartscentre.org, visit www.landmarkartscentre.org

     

    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • 18 July 2020 - 19 July 2020Visual Arts/Film

    CANCELLED -The Art Course Show

    A celebration of work produced by students on our year-round programme of art courses. Covering a wide range of media from photography to botanical art; creative embroidery to life drawing.

    Free Event

    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • 18 July 2020Choral/Choirs

    Teddington Choral Society Summer Concert (POSTPONED)

    TCS will be performing its Summer Concert on July 18th.

     

    The theme "Teddington Choral Society goes to the movies" will propose a journey in the cinema history covering a wide range of international movies.

     

    This promises to be another exciting and entertaining evening.

    Stay tuned more information coming soon! 

     

    Teddington Choral Society event

  • 24 July 2020Visual Arts/Film

    Talk: "Bags of Bags"

    Janet Crowther will show and talk about a mix of bags she has acquired and used for inspiration, bags she has stitched and the design ideas behind them.

    Information which may be of help for visitors:

    Please arrive from 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Giving you time to sign in, peruse our sales table, and library, and help yourself to coffee/tea. There will be a few news & notes before the talk. We are a very friendly group and you will receive a warm welcome.

    For info. your first visit to one of our Friday evening meetings is free!, second and third visits are £10.00 each and thereafter we ask you to please join our membership-a happy group of embroiderers & textile enthusiasts of all skill levels & ages (we also have a Young Embroiderers Group), with lots of fun and interesting activities on offer.

    Kingston & District Embroiderers' Guild event

  • 28 July 2020 - 31 July 2020Museum/Heritage

    Henry VIII’s Richmond: Stained Glass Windows - family workshop

    Tuesday 28 to Friday 31 July 2020

    Discover what life was like in Tudor Richmond and how different it is from today, by looking at Museum objects and portraits of people who used to live on what would become Queen’s Road. Be inspired by the stained glass from Richmond Palace and make your own replica to take home and decorate your window with.

    Workshops are £5.50 per child. Booking is essential as places are limited

    Follow this link to book: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/henry-viiis-richmondstained-glass-windows-tickets-84003852785

    Using a mix of real and replica historical objects from the Museum’s handling collection, our workshops provide families with a hands on experience where they learn more about the history of the local area and develop new skills by having a go at arts and craft activities.

    Our workshops are led by our Learning Officer, Vicky, who has over ten years of experience of working with families and has an Enhanced DBS check.

    Workshops are primarily aimed at children aged 5-11 years old. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times, and adults are encouraged to get stuck in too!

    Younger siblings (under 5s) are welcome to join in and we can provide simple craft and colouring materials for them during the workshop instead of the main craft resources. as the workshop charges are to help us cover the cost of craft materials.

    Children aged 11 and over are also welcome to join in, and we can make the activities more challenging for them. They would need to have a paid for place booked for them as the workshop charges are to help us cover the cost of craft materials used during the workshop.

     

    Museum of Richmond event

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