What’s On in Richmond: 16 September – 22 September


SW Londoner provides your weekly round-up of what Richmond is offering.


By Madeleine Morgan

Looking for something to do this week? SW Londoner takes a look at what Richmond has to offer.

Pond Dipping: London Wetland Centre

Monday 19th Sep, 12pm – 3pm

London Wetlands Centre is offering adults the chance to go pond dipping. This pond safari will take you on a hunt for different kinds of insects and small creatures. You can buy tickets on the day.


Keeler: Richmond Theatre

19th Sep 24th Sep, 7:30pm

Tickets: £14.50 to £37.50

Based on the 2001 biography, The Truth At Last, written by Christine Keeler with Douglas Thompson, this play reveals the sensational inside story of the infamous Profumo affair: the biggest political sex scandal to rock the British nation in the 20th century.

Visit for tickets and more information.


Marrakech Nights: The Tea Box, Richmond

Saturday 24th September, 8pm

Tickets: £5

The Tea Box in Richmond is hosting a Moroccan themed night. Belly dancers, Shisha pipes, Moroccan food and Moroccan tea are all available.

Email [email protected] for more information and tickets.


The Conspirators by Vaclav Havel: Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond

16th Sep – 1st Oct, 7.45pm

Tickets: £11 to £21

This is the UK premiere of this 1971 play and its first full English language production to celebrate the Orange Tree Theatre’s 40th Birthday Season.

Visit for information and tickets.


ROLLIN’ STONED, Eel Pie Club, Richmond

Wednesday 21st Sep, 8.30pm

Tickets: £10 to £12

If you want two hours of nostalgia then come along to the Eel Pie Club in Richmond to see The Rollin’ Stoned play the best of 1964-1969.

Visit to book tickets.


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