What's on - February 2017

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  • 1 February 2017 - 15 March 2017Visual Arts/Film

    Natures Space ART Exhibition

    Free art exhibition on from 1 February to 15 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

  • 20 February 2017 - 17 March 2017Visual Arts/Film

    Making A Mark

    An original prints exhibition by Artist Printmakers at RACC

    Monday 20th February - Friday 17th March 2017

    An Exhibition of Etchings, Lithographs, Linocuts, Screenprints, Collagraphs & Monoprints.

    Monday to Thursday 9am - 9.30pm, Friday 9am - 5.30pm,
    Saturday 10am - 4 pm.
    Admission free

    Private View:  Wednesday 22nd February 6pm - 9pm
    Meet the Artists:  Tuesday 14th March 6pm - 9pm

    The Atrium, RACC, Parkshot, Richmond, TW9 2RE

    for more information visit the RACC website 

    Richmond Adult Community College (RACC) event

  • 23 February 2017Literature/Talks/Walks

    1917, three steps forward, two steps back-battles, revolutions and new players

    Talk by historian Paula Kitchin

    Richmond & Twickenham Historical Association event

  • 25 February 2017Literature/Talks/Walks

    The History of Normansfield's Buildings Talk

    A talk about the development of Normansfield’s buildings from 1868 until 2016 using maps, architectural drawings and photographs. Includes new research carried out through a recent U3A Shared Learning Project

    The Langdon Down Centre event

  • 25 February 2017 - 26 February 2017Visual Arts/Film

    ETCHING WORKSHOPS AT KEW STUDIO

    These workshops provide an introduction to the basic skills involved in this wonderful form of printmaking including plate preparation, hard and soft ground, aquatint, inking and printing.

    For details contact Ali at enquiries@kewstudio.org and see our website www.kewstudio.org

    Kew Art Studio event

  • 25 February 2017Music/Gigs

    Jazz At The Movies

    Jazz At The Movies is a collaboration of five superb jazz musicians dedicated to interpreting movie themes and songs both familiar and obscure. Their second album, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, covers films from the 1940s to the 1990s. With a reputation for vibrant music, deep repertoire and droll presentation, JATM features vocals by acclaimed singer Joanna Eden with Mark Crooks (saxophone and clarinet), Chris Ingham (piano), Arnie Somogyi (bass) and George Double (drums).

    "Movie songs like these provide good material for the best jazz singers. Joanna Eden and her first-class band had a ball with them ... and so did the audience." Jazz Journal

    Tickets: £14 / £13 concs 

    Please book tickets via www.landmarkartscentre.org or call 020 8977 7558.

    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • 26 February 2017 - 4 March 2017Drama/Dance/Musicals

    From Here to the Library and Too Long an Autumn

    By Jimmie Chinn, directed by Ken Mason

    Two gentle, autumnal comedies from our Jimmie

    From Here to the Library

    Dominated by her father, Beryl’s only escape is working at the library. But when she storms out on her new boss, he’s determined to show her that beyond her four walls, life is waiting.

    Long Autumn

    Former Music-hall star Maisie May checks in to a theatricals’ retirement home, her final curtain approaching. But when a local impresario devises big plans for her, she jumps at the chance of a memorable encore.

    Teddington Theatre Club event

  • 28 February 2017Visual Arts/Film

    Screening of ‘The Club’

    Richmond Film Society’s Season continues with ‘The Club’, Pablo Larraín’s excoriating allegory of a church tainted by scandals and cover-ups.

    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 and leads to the arrival of a ‘crisis counsellor’ from the Church to investigate this community and decide upon its future. What follows is an intense and thought-provoking psychological drama, suffused with moments of dark humour.

    Richmond Film Society event

  • 28 February 2017Visual Arts/Film

    WATERCOLOUR CLASSES AT KEW STUDIO

    Weekly watercolour classes with Kew Studio Resident Artist Bob Aldous.

    For details please contact Ali at enquiries@kewstudio.org and visit the website: www.kewstudio.org

    Kew Art Studio event

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