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Friday 19 April 2019

6 events.

  • 22 March 2019 - 24 March 2019Visual Arts/Film

    The Contemporary Textile Fair

    This ever-popular event returns boasting an incredible range of talent from makers and artists either working with, or inspired by, textiles. This year we have over 75 diverse exhibitors plus a special exhibition, workshops and an illustrated talk by renowned artist and textile collector Diana Springall.  Image courtesy: Rebecca Bruton.

    Admission: £4 / £3 concessions / LAC members & U16s Free

    Landmark Arts Centre event

  • 22 March 2019 - 24 March 2019Drama/Dance/Musicals

    Rose Opera presents Tchaikovsky's Iolanta

    Tchaikovsky’s rarely performed final masterpiece is about a Princess who has not been told that she is blind from birth, but senses something is missing in her life. When the dashing Count Vaudémont stumbles into her garden and falls in love with her, she finds the cure to her melancholy, and much more besides.

    Come and see this magical fairy-tale production. Hear some of the most sumptuous orchestral music Tchaikovsky wrote, accompanied by singing of the highest calibre. Tickets £22-25, with special prices for children for the Sunday 24th March matinee performance.

    Conductor and Musical Director - Peter Ford
    Stage Director - Fred Broom

    Iolanta - Tamara Ravenhill
    Marta - Wendy Silvester (22, 24), Lorna Perry (23)
    Brighitta - Nina Kopparhed (22, 24), Maria Gayle-Rogers (23)
    Laura - Virginia Frith (22, 24), Emilie Taride (23)
    Bertrand - Ian Pope
    Almerik - Mike Wells
    King Rene - Crispin Lewis
    Ibn-Hakia - Aleksi Koponen (22, 24), Michael Birnbaum (23)
    Robert - Ian Helm (22, 24), Edwin Dizer (23)
    Count Vaudemont - Andy Evans

    Rose Opera Chorus and Orchestra

    Tickets available : https://langdondowncentre.org.uk/event/tchaikovskys-iolanta/

    Rose Opera event

  • 23 March 2019 - 30 March 2019Drama/Dance/Musicals

    All My Sons

    All My Sons  by Arthur Miller is a true classic – one of the most celebrated American plays of the twentieth century.  An emotionally powerful work set just after the Second World War where the action is centred on the time bomb of a guilty secret that has the potential to rip a grieving family apart.

    Box Office;  07484 927662

    Richmond Shakespeare Society event

  • 6 February 2019 - 11 May 2019Music/Gigs

    Let's Duet

    An evening of vocal duets, solos and instrumentals from this talented line-up: Vanessa Rose and Jim Trimmer vocals, Mark Aston saxophone, Alan Berry piano, Terry Davis Bass and Matt Skeaping drums

    Buy tickets

    Mark's Jazz Sessions event

  • 24 March 2019Choral/Choirs

    A Passiontide Sequence

    The Marble Hill Singers return to St Mary's to perform music for Passiontide, including works by Purcell, Brahms, Fauré and Allegri - interspersed with readings.
    No tickets required - free entry with retiring collection in aid of St Mary's Re-ordering Fund.

    St Mary The Virgin Twickenham event

  • 2 March 2019 - 9 May 2019Museum/Heritage

    SPRING EXHIBITIONS: EXPLOSIVE HISTORY!

    Discover the history of the Hounslow gunpowder mills during the First World War in this pop-up exhibition from the London Wildlife Trust. 

    This exhibition was created by the London Wildlife Trust with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

    Museum of Richmond event

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