Off the Rails is a monthly jazz club in Richmond aiming is to present the very best in contemporary jazz, focusing on young, diverse musicians. Gigs take place at 8pm every second Sunday in the month upstairs at One Kew Road, Richmond TW9 2NQ, (formerly the Station Hotel, where jazz was played in the early 60s).
OHADS is one of the oldest amateur drama groups in Hampton. We present a variety of shows including the European premiere of Conspiracy by Loring Mandel and the amateur premiere of The River by Jez Butterworth.
One Paved Court is an artist-run space in the heart of Richmond. Our restored Georgian building contains architect designed art gallery and studio space under the same roof. Set up by a group of artists and architects in June 2017, we show a wide range of innovative work, which aims to challenge & engage our visitors.
We aim to entertain, challenge, move & amaze with a bold & continually evolving mix of plays in our unique in-the-round space. We want to change lives with remarkable stories from a wide variety of times & places, filtered through the imagination of our writers & the close-up presence of our actors.
Orleans House Gallery is a free public art gallery in Richmond, housing the Grade 1 listed Octagon Room, (available for weddings, filming & events), & is home to the Richmond Borough Art Collection. Managed by Richmond Arts Service which is part of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames Council.
The OSO Arts Centre is a theatre on Barnes Green. In the evenings we have theatre, music & comedy performances in our 74-seat auditorium. The bar is open from 7pm. Our aim is to provide people with a space to enjoy and engage with the arts.
An enthusiastic small Drama Group who collectively write and perform. We also take part in local drama festivals with some success!
Monthly open mic sessions at the Adelaide pub, hosted by an MC. Performers must sign up in advance. Zoom sessions will continue for those who find it difficult to make the journey.
Should you wish to go on our mailing list please get in touch with Tricia Brown on firstname.lastname@example.org
The purposes of the Trust are to:
Powerjam is a unique charity for young musicians ages 9-18. Music industry pros channel their experience into helping musical young people to form or join bands, providing infrastructure to rehearse & gig regularly, songwrite, & professionally record, market, & release music. Recipient of the Community Heroes Award.
The Puppet Theatre Barge is London’s most unusual theatre venue – a unique fifty-seat marionette theatre on a converted barge, a hidden gem in the heart of the city. The barge is moored in Little Venice from October until July and, on the Thames, in Richmond during the summer months. The Puppet Barge has been present
What started as the chance find of a single instrument has led to the formation of an ensemble of expert musicians recreating the sound of Victorian brass from instruments which were considered to have no value other than as wall ornaments.