What’s On in Kingston: 14 October – 20 October


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



By Joel Durston

Looking for something to do this week? SW Londoner has a look at what’s on offer in Kingston.


The Big Draw 

Saturday 15 October 10:30am-1:30pm

The Campaign for Drawing is encouraging those with a passion for art to get down to Kingston College, School of Art & Design to contribute to a big drawing with the theme of music. All materials will be provided The campaign is the largest drawing festival in the world and aims to bring communities together in creative ways.

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Fashion Show

Saturday 15 October, 7pm for 7:30pm

Tickets: £6

Travelling Trends are hosting a fashion show for high street clothes with all prices slashed to raise much needed funds in aid of St. Mary’s Church in East Molesey where the event will take place.

For more details, call Diane Simms on 07954894638


Canbury Singers 

Saturday 15 October, 7:30pm

Tickets: £10 in advance, £12 on the door, £7 concessions

Canbury Singers, a 30-strong community choir based in North Kingston, are performing an evening of two of the best in the field of choral music –Purcell and Mozart. The event is at St Luke’s Church, Gibbon Road.

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October Half-Term Tremendous Trees

24-30 October 2011

RHS Garden Wisley are hosting a week of tree-themed activities for the family to enjoy this half-term. There are natural art classes involving sculpture in the arboretum, musical workshops to recreate the spooky sounds of the forest and tree-planting sessions.

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World Mental Health Week

10th October to 15th October 

Local mental health charity Mind in Kingston are heavily involved in this week-long event. It ends tonight with The Bridge World Mental Health Week – Film Night with cheap drinks and food. The event is held at the Nobel Centre, 109 Blagdon Road.

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Films this week at the Kingston Odeon

Movies on show at the Kingston Odeon this week include Johnny English Reborn – the sequel to Rowan Atkinson’s thinly-veiled Bond parody, action-adventure caper The Three Musketeers, musical drama Footloose and Lion King 3D.

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