The Landmark Arts Centre is a creative resource for the whole community in and around Teddington, offering a diverse, year-round programme of arts events & activities. We also offer opportunities for individual artists or groups to hire the Centre for exhibitions, concerts and arts education classes.
Normansfield Theatre is a grade II* listed building with a purpose built theatre/entertainment hall. There are also a conference/meeting rooms available for hire. The Centre promotes, preserves & manages this beautiful building, & the historical archive material of Dr. Langdon Down, the 'Father of Downs Syndrome'.
Leigh Gallery & Picture Framers offers a friendly and efficient service at competitive prices, catering for all your picture framing and mounting requirements. We practice conservation framing techniques, so the artwork we frame will be preserved for the future. Our Hampton Hill gallery is a platform for local artists.
Loki Music promotes performances of early music, mostly in historic places. These include regular concerts in Garrick’s Temple to Shakespeare and St Mary’s Church in Hampton, Period instruments are used, and the styles of music vary from social and popular Georgian songs to Baroque sonatas
The Middlesex Yeomanry (Duke of Cambridge's Hussars) Concert band includes musicians who have played with Service bands and others from the local community. Under their musical director, rehearsals take place on Sunday mornings concerts and concerts are given regularly. New wind and brass players are always welcome.
Formed in 1959, we have a varied membership of ~190, and the society welcomes people of all abilities – all you have to do is to enjoy making art! Unless stated, all events are held at: St Alban’s Catholic Primary School, Beauchamp Road, East Molesey, Surrey, KT8 2PG. Hon Secretary: Eric Drewery.
Mortlake Community Association runs a successful community programme to improve and enhance the lives of Mortlake residents. A small team of staff and volunteers provide groups and activities to suit a variety of interests within the local community.
Everyone is welcomed and valued
For centuries Richmond has been a centre of fashion and the arts, as well as a home to many of Britain's Royals and other famous figures. The Museum of Richmond tells the story of Richmond, our collection spans prehistory to the modern day. Come and find out more about one of London's most historic boroughs.
The Musical Museum contains one of the world’s foremost collections of automatic instruments, from the tiny clockwork Musical Box to the self playing ‘Mighty Wurlitzer’. Come and take a musical journey with us & enjoy these exciting instruments, many restored to full playing condition, plus concert hall & cafe.