T.D.S is a vibrant AWARD WINNING Performing Arts school based in Teddington South West London that teaches all students to enjoy the arts.
TDS is a Recognized School with the Council for Dance Education and Training and has been awarded the certificate of good professional practice.
We are a group of local residents who have been independently representing the people of Hampton for over 60 years. Our aims are to preserve and enhance the area’s beauty and interest and to encourage a strong sense of community by sharing information and arranging interesting talks and events throughout the year.
Teddington Tintype is a photographic studio offering portraiture and workshops using the historic wet plate collodion process. This was the most widely practised form of photography from the mid 1850s to around 1880. Experience the whole magical process of creating beautiful metal and glass plate images!
The Telling is a collective of internationally acclaimed musicians and actors known for their concertplays (where music and theatre collide) and intimate and atmospheric carol concerts. They perform at festivals internationally as well as in self-promoted tours of their residencies including Richmond, where their Arti
Formed in 1948 & today has ~140 members. Our Winter Programme runs Sept - March, meeting once or twice a month to paint /draw in the studio. Demonstrations are also included. In the summer we meet fortnightly to paint /draw at outdoor locations. We hold at least one exhibition a year. New members welcome.
On July 1st, 12:30 to 6pm “ A Taste of Twickenham” will take to the town centre to celebrate
all the fantastic things our mighty little town has to offer! Stroll… the “Tasting Trail” to
sample tasting portions of restaurant’s select menu items sold from street stalls. Sip: Special
drinks and a TOT craft beer. Shop…. loca
West London choir with wide repertoire. Rehearsals on Thursday at St Catherine's School, Cross Deep. As well as performing the great choral classics TCS has worked with many living composers giving several UK premieres. Christopher Herrick has been the choir’s conductor since 1974.
TwickFolk has been bringing live music to Twickenham for 30 years. Run by volunteers, Twickfolk is now one of the leading hosts of live Acoustic, Folk & Americana music in SE England. Presenting live music most Sunday evenings at 7.45pm, at The Cabbage Patch Pub, Twickenham. No membership required.
The U3A is a UK-wide movement which brings together people in their ‘third age’ to develop their interests & continue their learning in a friendly & informal environment. Members can enjoy groups covering a wide range of subjects. Monthly meetings take place at 2.30pm at Clarendon Hall, York House - open to all.