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    • Biology and Light

      by Dr Elinor Thompson, University of Greenwich.



      Zoom meeting. Members will automatically receive a link to this, but others can email  richmond.science.society@gmail.com for a free link.



      Lectures are about 1 hour long, with opportunities for questions.



       


      Richmond Scientific Society event

    • Unexplained Mysteries and Cover-Ups by Andy Thomas

      Andy regularly gives lectures to many organisations, both mainstream and ‘alternative’, on subjects including a variety of mystery and historical topics, as well as current events.



      Today Andy Thomas explores some of the most famous global mysteries, finding intriguing linking threads between them. What is the truth about real-life ‘X Files’ – UFOs, ghosts, the Bermuda Triangle, strange creatures, religious apparitions, psychic phenomena and visions of the future? Why do some people insist that ‘the unexplained’ is actively covered-up, and what is the connection to shadowy secret elites and their fascination with ancient symbolism? Are we really told the truth about the world we live in, and if not why not? A lecture guaranteed to spark debate!



      Please contact info@artsrichmond.org.uk for the Zoom link


      University of the Third Age (U3A) Richmond event

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Talking Lockdown

zoom meeting

Arts Richmond has organised a series of short Zoom talks from representatives of the arts and media.

Wednesday 12 May 2021 at 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

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Arts Richmond's First Ever Radio Play Writing Competition

Radio Mic

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