What’s On in Richmond: 23 September – 29 September


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


By Amaris Cole

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

Learn IT with a cuppa and a biscuit, Richmond Reference Library

23-25 September, 10am/2pm

Residents of the Richmond area are invited to attend this free, basic IT course, coordinated by Age Concern. ‘Itea and Biscuits’ will cover beginner’s computer skills, how to use the internet, email and Facebook.

For more information visit:

Twickenham Farmers’ Market, Holly Road car park

Saturdays, 9am-1pm

The best place to get the freshest seasonal food from local producers. This week’s market will see a new producer joining the market, The Bath Cheese Company, who use a recipe that dates back for hundreds of years.


Grimethorpe Colliery Band, Richmond Theatre

25 September only

Named the real stars of the film Brassed Off, this band is highly accredited. The performance will mark the 15th anniversary of this film. The Guardian said the Band are: ‘Sensational.’

For tickets, call: 0844 871 7651


DramaNights, The Orange Tree Pub

Mondays, 7-9pm

Monday Night is drama night! This club is run by West End professionals, and is an exciting, sociable way for adults to meet new people. No audition is needed, so everyone is free to come and learn develop their communication skills and creativeness in the relax atmostphere offered at DramaNight.

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All The Fun of the Fair, Richmond Theatre

27 September

Starring David Essex, this is so not to be missed, containing a mix of Essex’s classic songs and other brand new material, set against the back drop of a fun fair. Set to be a roller-coaster of a night..

For tickets, contact: 0844 871 7651


The Social Knitwork, The Tea Box

28 September, 7pm

The Tea Box launch this venture after noticing that many Knitters were congregating in the tea rooms and knitting whilst enjoying their tea and cakes. Join the Social Knitwork to make new friends, share your skills and discuss the latest topics.

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Marble Hill Quiz Night, The Marble Hill Pub, Twickenham


Enter the quiz that promises to test your skills in a cranial battle.

For more information, contact: 020 8892 9277

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