What’s On in Richmond: 4 November – 10 November


SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of what Richmond has to offer.


By Marc Sobbohi

Looking for something to do this week? SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of all the best action from Richmond.

Hampton and Richmond v Eastbourne Borough, Beveree Stadium

Saturday 5 November

Tickets: Adults- £11, Concessions- £6, Children- £3

Blue Square Conference South. The Beavers take on Eastbourne Borough at the Beveree.

Contact 020 8979 2456


Waltzing to the Wurlitzer, The Musical Museum

Saturday 5 November

Tickets: £7.50

Join in a social afternoon of Ballroom, Latin and Sequence dancing, or just come along and listen to the sounds of The Mighty Wurlitzer and the DJ’s selection of popular dance tunes. All levels of ability welcome and a partner is not necessary.

Contact 020 8560 8108 or


Kew Village Market, Station Parade

Sunday 6 November: 10:00 -14:00


Started by local residents the mixed craft and food market has around 22 stalls with most stall holders coming from the local area and Surrey. 
All profits raised by the market committee will be distributed to local charities.

Contact 0208 123 3194 or


Next Time I’ll Sing to you, The Orange Tree Theatre

Wednesday 9 November – Saturday 10 December

Tickets: £11-£21

Each evening Rudge, the director (or is he the writer or a philosopher?) along with Meff, the joker, Dust, the cynic, and either Lizzie or her twin sister, gather to examine the life of the hermit of Great Canfield. Their quest is not made any easier by the actor hired to play the hermit wanting to know his ‘motivation’

The first revival for many years of this startling and innovative 1963 play.

Contact 020 8940 3633 or


Social Knitwork, Tea Box

Wednesday 9 November: 18.30 – 20.30


It’s all the rage these days – knitting and crochet. Be prepared for winter while making new friends.
Bring your wool and your books and learn together.

Contact 020 8940 3521

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