This energetic exhibition looks at the local, national and international history of cricket, rowing, rugby and much more
Samuel Holland's 1765 map of Prince Edward Island was the first accurate map created of the island, situated just off the Nova Scotia coast. This summer this enormous map is being loaned to the island and it will feature in a major exhibition at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery in Charlottetown.
This talk by two of our records specialists explains how to research the local history of an area, using the Mortlake Terrace shops in Kew as a case study.
The Jacobite risings of 1715 and 1745 posed a significant threat to the British state, with protesters attempting to return the Stuarts to the throne after James II’s deposition during the 1688 Revolution.
Twickenham Stoops to host inaugural Rugby Aid fixture
Twickenham Stoop to host inaugural Rugby Aid fixture
"End Games" is a marionette production for adults that uses puppetry, poetry and music.
For a fantastic value, fun night out join the Turks Disco cruise along the river Thames, Kingston, Richmond, Hampton Court
The Boom Band: a collective of some of the very finest musicians to come out of the British Blues scene in recent times.
Kids Run Free is a charity that provides free and fun running opportunities for children. Our Richmond event takes place on the first Saturday of every month at Marble Hill Park!