We are a small drama group who put on two productions a year. Panto or a play in January, and a play in July. We are always looking for new members both on and off the stage. We meet on Tuesdays at 7.45 in St. Edmund's Church Hall, Nelson Road, Whitton, TW2.
The aim of the Eel Pie Club is to preserve and continue the heritage of Richmond Rhythm & Blues in the area where it all began in the 1960’s – Eel Pie Island. The Crawdaddy Club, The Station Hotel, The Imperial, and L’Auberge were just some of the famous venues that made R & B world famous.
Marble Hill is a beautiful Palladian villa set in 66 acres of outstanding riverside parkland near Richmond. Built for Henrietta Howard, mistress of King George II when he was Prince of Wales, the house and gardens were intended as an Arcadian retreat from crowded 18th-century London.
Folk on the Green is an acoustic, mainly folk band & our musicians include guitarists, violins, a single string bass, drum & other percussion & some wonderful vocalists. The music for our concert programmes is evolved by the whole band & then filtered as we rehearse. We end up with a programme which our audiance love.
The Fountain Gallery runs an exciting & diverse exhibition programme showing a range of high quality paintings, prints, ceramics, textiles & jewellery. New exhibitions open every two weeks & visitors have the chance to meet exhibiting artists. Located just across the bridge from Hampton Court Palace.
Friends of Marble Hill is an association promoting for the benefit of the local community and the general public, the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment of Marble Hill House and Park. Membership is currently FREE and is open to all individuals aged 18+.
The Friends of Whitton Library exists to promote & support Whitton Library, encourage library use & run events of interest to it's users. If you would like to find out more about our group, please ask in Whitton Library or message us via Facebook or email.
Preservation of Garrick's Temple, Hampton. Recitals and events during the summer months. For further information please contact Rupert Nichol on 07880 790763.