SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of what Richmond has to offer.
Looking for something to do this week? SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of what’s happening in Richmond.
Richmond-Upon-Thames Inclusive Sport and Exercise Events, Teddington Sports Centre, Broom Road
8 October, 10am-3pm
RISE events promote sports and exercise for disabled people of all ages which are available in and around the borough. It is run by the Sports and Development Team and the day will include sports such as wheelchair basketball, trampolining and much more.
For more information please contact Sports Development on 020 8831 6134 or text: 07956 027701 or email [email protected]
Bee Keepers’ Association Honey Show, The Apiary
9 October, 1pm-4.40pm
Something for everyone of all ages to enjoy; children’s activities, honey tasting stalls, beekeeping displays, videos, tombola and much more.
There will be an auction for prize winning honeys, jams and cakes as well as a range of different honeys to buy or enjoy homemade tea and cakes in the scenic Apiary Gardens.
For more information visit: http://www.twickenham-bees.org.uk
Season’s Greetings, Richmond Theatre
10 October – 15 October
Tickets: £18.50 – £38.50
Bill Kenwright presents a brand new production of Alan Ayckbourn‘s comedy Season’s Greetings. It’s Christmas at Belinda and Neville’s house, a time for family and friends to come together. Take one frustrated wife, add a seductive stranger, two eccentric uncles and a mechanical monkey, and watch the hilarity unfold.
The cast includes Eastenders’ Glynis Barber, aka Glenda Mitchell and Ricky Groves, who played the lovable Gary Hobbs. Other TV stars in the line up include Denis Lill (The Royal), Mathew Bose (Emmerdale), Jenny Funnell, (As Time Goes By) and Christopher Timothy (Doctors).
Art and Designer Contemporary Craft Fair, Adult Education Centre, Queen Charlotte Hall
October 7-October 9, 10am-5pm
Tickets: £4.50, Under 14s free
This Fair has been held in Richmond for the last seven years, visitors will be able to purchase from a stunning treasure trove of original designs created by some of the finest craftsmen and artists in the UK.
There is something for everyone; textiles, paintings, furniture, metal, leather, ceramics, jewellery, glass, fashion and more.
Kew Walk, St. Anne’s Church
9 October, 2.00pm
The Hanoverian Royal Family enjoyed life at Kew and were closely associated with St Anne’s Church, where the artists Gainsborough and Zoffany are buried. Walk around Kew Green and the riverside and hear their fascinating history, followed with tea by the church.
Contact Jane on 020 8894 3678 or Johanna on 020 8979 9670 for more information.