What's on today
Sunday 24 September 2017
Natures Space ART Exhibition
Free art exhibition on from 1 February to 15 MARCH 2017. Extended to 24 March 2017.
Richmond artist Jan Stevens.
Painting is NATURES SPACE - from Corrwall with Love
The Debraggio Dining Gallery is up some narrow stairs, so no wheelchair access.
Debraggio Dining Gallery event
Come and enjoy life drawing in our Victorian stables gallery at Redlees.
- Professional life model
- Friendly atmosphere
- Variety of short and long poses
- Easels and boards provided
- Dry materials provided free
- Suitable for all levels
For further enquiries email Nicki: firstname.lastname@example.org or Anna: email@example.com
Car parking available. Wheelchair Access.
Redlees Studios event
Talking Heads by Alan Bennett
Alan Bennett's widely acclaimed monologues, first broadcast on BBC television in the 1980s, are brought to the stage in two heart-warming triple bills, alternating over a week.
Triple Bill 1 (7.45 on 21 March / 7.45 on 23 March / 3.00 on 25 March): A Cream Cracker under the Settee / Soldiering On / A Chip in the Sugar
Triple Bill 2 (7.45 on 22 March / 7.45 on 24 March / 7.45 on 25 March): Bed among the Lentils / Her Big Chance / A Woman of No Importance
Tickets are on sale now at http://www.positickets.co.uk/eventdetails.php?EventID=2417#.WJC4VlOLTcs
The History of Cardenio
Cardenio loves Lucinda. When he tells his friend Fernando about her, Fernando loves Lucinda too. But Fernando is already as good as married to Violenta, a farmer’s daughter. So, to marry Lucinda, Fernando must be doubly false and betray the two people who are dearest to him. One will come close to death, another will go mad. Quesada, the old schoolmaster, has read too many stories of chivalry and determines to become a wandering knight. With his houseboy, Sancho, as his squire, he takes to the road to kill dragons and save damsels. There will be confrontations and absolutions but will everyone come out happy? Will everyone come out sane?
Richmond Shakespeare Society and Cutpurse present the British premiere of the most authentic vision of the lost play. One of the world’s leading Shakespeare scholars, Gary Taylor, collaborates posthumously with Shakespeare andv Fletcher to re-create their adaptation of Don Quixote in a script that’s passionate, romantic and immensely funny. And for once you won’t know how it ends...
Box Office: 020 8744 0547
Annual exhibition: Happiest Days?
- Focusing on schools of the old borough since 1557, Happiest Days? – Schools in Twickenham, Whitton, Teddington & the Hamptons is the new annual exhibition starting Saturday 5th December. The Football at the Front trilogy continues from Saturday 2 July with a tribute to Billie Nevill who was killed on the first day of The Somme. The audio community drama podcast The Greater Game can be downloaded via www.greatergame.co.uk.
Open Tuesday & Saturdays 11.00 – 3.00 and Sundays 2.00 – 4.00. Admission free. Twickenham-museum.org.uk
Twickenham Museum event
New Annual Exhibition
Working for a Living in the old Borough of Twickenham is the theme for the 2017 Annual Exhibition featuring numerous images and artefacts from the earliest recorded times through to the modern day.
As well as an extremely rare trade token dating from 1669, other items attach well-known local firms such as Pouparts and Job’s Dairy.
How Church Street in Twickenham has developed between 1920 and 1950, and how Heath Road in Twickenham looked in the 1930s, comprise a new ‘supplementary’ exhibition on the first floor.
Twickenham Museum event