Culture, leisure and sport
Our free sessions in April and May will bring a range of adapted cycles to Kneller Gardens for participants to try.
Council news | 30 Mar 23
The Skiff Club invites you to enjoy learning to row in traditional boats from its club in Trowlock Way, Teddington. TW11 9QY.
Community news | The Skiff Club | 30 Mar 23
SporTedd’s star-studded fundraising evenings returned with three rugby stars taking centre stage: England’s Rugby World Cup 2003 winner Lawrence Dallaglio, Scotland’s Grand Slam winner Kenny Logan and former coach of London Irish, Harlequins and Italy – and current RFU Executive Director of Performance Rugby – Conor O’Shea.
Community news | SporTedd | 29 Mar 23
Rolls-Royce devotees took a road trip to appreciate classic design in a different form at The Poppy Factory.
Community news | The Poppy Factory | 20 Mar 23
Local charity Arts Richmond has been commissioned by Richmond Arts Service to coordinate the borough’s open studios 2023 festival, Art House. Registrations are open until 16 April.
Community news | Arts Richmond | 20 Mar 23
The Board of Trustees of the Museum of Richmond are looking to recruit a new Chair to lead the Board and the museum in its next phase of development.
Community news | Museum of Richmond | 15 Mar 23
Join us at Richmond Theatre for our new 45 minute dance class for ages 50 and over.
Community news | Richmond Theatre | 14 Mar 23
A new biannual arts festival, Paper Ink Print, will run from Friday 17 to Sunday 19 March 2023. The festival will bring together the printmaking community to champion the art of hand-printmaking, artists’ books, and papermaking.
Community news | Landmark Arts Centre | 10 Mar 23
Arts Richmond is delighted to announce the 2023 Diana Armfield Prize for drawing from observation, awarded by Diana Armfield RA NEAC.
Community news | Arts Richmond | 02 Mar 23
Arts Richmond is offering photographers from across London the chance to exhibit their work in Twickenham as part of a new exhibition, in conjunction with our Roger McGough Poetry Competition.
Community news | Arts Richmond | 01 Mar 23
The Richmond Shakespeare Society will perform a stage adaption of Terry Pratchett’s fantasy novel, Wyrd Sisters.
Community news | Richmond Shakespeare Society | 28 Feb 23
The boats in Champions Wharf Play Beach have been reinstalled at the beach, with a new refurbishment.
Council news | 23 Feb 23
If you're passionate about the theatre industry and want to find out more about performing, you can learn from industry professionals during the Easter holidays.
Community news | Richmond Theatre - Creative Learning | 17 Feb 23
LGBT+ History Month is an annual celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history. Taking place during the month of February, LGBT+ history month provides an opportunity to reflect and celebrate the community's history and achievements. It's also a time to raise awareness, combat prejudice and celebrate diversity.
Council news | 15 Feb 23
Starting this weekend on 12 February, the centre is hosting a range of workshops for young people and families.
Community news | Landmark Arts Centre | 09 Feb 23
The RSS Young Actors Company take to the Mary Wallace Theatre stage for a production of detective parody, Jake Revolver – Freelance Secret Agent.
Community news | Richmond Shakespeare Society | 08 Feb 23
Local charity Arts Richmond is again working with celebrated local artist Diana Armfield (RA NEAC) to run its latest competition for drawing from observation, offering a cash prize of £250 to the winner.
Community news | Arts Richmond | 02 Feb 23
Lovers of the bard are in for a treat on 14 February at the Landmark Arts Centre, which is presenting a special new show, Shakespeare & Love, in collaboration with the Guildford School of Acting.
Community news | Landmark Arts Centre | 01 Feb 23
SupermarketForest will explore the ecosystem at the gallery and lift the status of nature. This innovative and immersive exhibition has been commissioned as part of Cultural Reforesting programme at Orleans House Gallery, an arts-led response to the environmental crises with its key question: how can we renew our relationship with nature?
Council news | 31 Jan 23
Sunday Times bestselling author Ben Aaronovitch will celebrate the paperback release of ‘Amongst Our Weapons’ with a talk and book signing.
Council news | 30 Jan 23
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Updated: 13 May 2022