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Friday 15 January 2021

6 events.

  • 30 September 2020 - 18 October 2020Visual Arts/Film

    Emblazon: Judith Brenner

    Emblazon is a solo exhibition of paintings, drawings, prints and collages by Judith Brenner; a synthesis of the vibrant palettes and the faded opulence encountered during a journey through Rajasthan.

    The show will include an artist’s talk and drawing workshops. Check social media or email the gallery for

    One Paved Court event

  • 14 October 2020 - 31 October 2020Drama/Dance/Musicals

    TTC launches its podcast - Audiotorium!

    On Wednesday 14th October, Teddington Theatre Club will be launching its podcast, Audiotorium!  The podcast (available via Apple podcasts, Spotify, Google etc), will feature a whole host of theatre related topics for listeners to enjoy.

    The main focus of this season’s Audiotorium! will be Halloween with 13 nights of ’13 Frights’ – a series of 13 spine chilling stories written by the some of the best and most gruesome of storytellers (including Edgar Allan Poe and E.Nesbit) all read by TTC members. Are you sitting uncomfortably, then we shall begin!

    Teddington Theatre Club 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  

    or our website




    In Flagrante Choir 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:

    Teddington Choral Society event

  • 29 September 2020 - 22 December 2020Choral/Choirs

    In Flagrante choir

    Sing Out! How In Flagrante choir never faltered during lockdown. 

    In Flagrante’s signature song has long been the joyous Cat Stevens song which starts “ if you want to sing out, sing out”. And we have certainly taken this to heart during lockdown.

      Nothing was going to stop us singing out, even if we had to do it via Zoom. 

    Immediately lockdown curtailed us meeting face to face in our usual venue of St Anne church hall on Kew Green, our wonderful musical director, Eamonn O’Dwyer, arranged for us to meet each week through zoom. As usual we have started every rehearsal with breathing and diction exercises with some novel Covid linked tongue twisters. And then we rehearse both previous and new repertoire with Eamonn initially taking us through each of our parts and then allowing us to sing, accompanied by pre recorded music and voices. It’s as close as we can get to singing together, allowing for different broadband speeds. 

    Very few of us had ever used Zoom before but with a helping hand from Eamonn we have all mastered it successfully. 

    Music is sent to us by email each week and we can chose to print or save a few trees by reading it digitally.

     My goodness how we have all moved into the digital age, whatever OUR age. 


    Our virtual rehearsals have been so successful that we have continued without a break. We would normally have stopped for Easter and the Summer but no one was going anywhere. And even if they were they could dial in from anywhere in the world.  We have also become a virtual international choir with singers joining us from America, Germany and Scotland! 

    In Flagrante has coped well with the strange but new normality, demonstrating an unexpected flexibility to adapt. In this way our friendly community of singers has survived and provided us all with a structure to the week which has at times for some of us lacked structure and routine and contact with other people. 

    However we have all missed rehearsals in person. We are hoping to get back to real rather than virtual rehearsals soon. And when we do it will be such a delight to hear everyone’s voices. But in the meantime virtual rehearsals have the benefit of no one else hearing your mistakes ( except perhaps the neighbours and your dog!). 

    If anyone is interested in having a go at singing please contact Cathy at It’s a bit like singing in the shower! Doing it for your own pleasure and no embarrassment from any duff notes. We would love to “see” you and “hear” you. 

    In Flagrante Choir event

  • 18 August 2020 - 2 November 2020Museum/Heritage

    Arts & Crafts Workbook

    Do you have a creative mind? Are you looking for a bit of a digital detox this Summer? Then our Arts & Crafts Workbook is for you! Discover the story of Richmond’s past by exploring local tales of Tudor life to Plague Doctors and Victorian workhouses. Learn about local artists and create a range of arts and crafts pieces to add to your workbook, from self portraits to embroidery. Achieve your gold star participation certificate and museum badge by sending or bringing your workbook in to be marked by the Museum learning team. Workbooks can be ordered for collection or posted and come with a resource pack. To buy your Workbook & Resource Pack email Cost: 11.99

    Museum of Richmond event

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Wednesday 2 December 2020, 19:30
Online via Zoom

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Young Writers Festival Competition

Young Writers Festival Competition

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The Roger McGough Annual Poetry Prize 2020

Roger McGough

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