Rambert School is a world-leading training & educational institution, with an international reputation for promoting excellence and innovation in ballet and contemporary dance and a commitment to enabling and realising the potential of every student.
A vibrant community of over 30 artists and designer-makers, Redlees Studios sits on the edge of Redlees Park, off Worton Road, Isleworth (just behind Isleworth Leisure Centre). As well as being a site for creative production, Redlees has its own gallery with a rolling programme of events, workshops and exhibitions.
The Rhinoceros Theatre Company was founded in November 2021 by Nigel Andrews - in collaboration with Robin Legard of TTC - with the aim of putting on plays old, new and intermediate that are both timeless and of their time.
RICHMOND & KINGSTON QUAKER POETRY COMPETITION
Poems in the theme “DRAW BREATH” are invited.
The rules of the competition can be found on the website
Closing date for receipt of poems is 18th December 2022.
Interesting monthly talks from knowledgeable people on a wide range of topics. Meetings are held on Thursdays at 8pm at The Vestry Hall, 21 Paradise Road, TW9 1SA. Membership £10 per year. Meetings free to members, £2 for non-members. Coffee served beforehand.
One of the largest societies in the South East with an impressive programme of talks from some of the top photographers in the country. Members also have the chance to enter our regular competitions, plus to display their work at our annual exhibition at the Landmark Centre. Meeting weekly at St Luke's in Kew.
The Richmond Art Society is now over sixty years old. We hold two exhibitions a year, and provide a substantial lecture programme on artists and art history. We welcome new members to the Society.
Presentation of chamber music concerts - 10 concerts a year given by top musicians for only £45. See website for details of monthly concerts.
Richmond Film Society was formed in 1963 and has since screened well over 800 films. Our objective is to bring our community the very best in World Cinema. Our seasons run from September to June and attract an aggregate audience of over 4,500 attendees.
Richmond Heritage Guides offer a programme of tours covering Richmond’s history. No need to book just turn up and go. Customised walks and illustrated talks are also available from Richmond Heritage Guides throughout the year.
Local history - monthly meeting & other events at Duke Street Church. Lectures begin at 8pm, doors open at 7.30pm. During pandemic talks may be held by zoom. Please check on Society's website. Admission free to RLHS members, non-members £4.00. Further information from Elizabeth Velluet. firstname.lastname@example.org
Richmond Opera is a group of musicians dedicated to performing opera with an emphasis on baroque opera. Our members include singers, dancers, instrumentalists & production staff. We are an amateur group, led & tutored by professionals. We stage an annual production & also hold study days and concerts of Baroque music.
Richmond Orchestra is committed to keeping classical music alive within our community. Providimg opportunities for keen non-professional musicians to enjoy rehearsing together on Wednesday evenings, playing in three main concerts of great music a year at the end of each term, & participating in other musical events.
Richmond Printmakers is a co-operative of professional printmakers/
artists based in and around Richmond. We all work independently and come together as a group to exhibit our works.
The Society performs 9 shows a year, 2 of which are Shakespeare in its own delightful 96-seat theatre at the heart of the Twickenham Riverside. There is an annual summer production in the Fountain Gardens. We have one young people's group, RSS Senior Youth Group (Year 10 - 13), which puts on one show a year.
Richmond upon Thames Performing Arts Festival. Performance opportunities are provided for all ages in music, dance, speech - Feb/March/May annually at venues across the borough. All performers receive a written and verbal assessment of their work and there are medals, trophies and cash prizes to be awarded.
A working art studio, and a flexible exhibition space designed to give artists an affordable place to expand and further define their practice through showing their experimental work and talking about it across disciplines and communities.