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There's a lot going on in Richmond, and if it's future events you're looking for, you've come to the right place. From the rugby match at Twickenham to cricket on the Richmond Green, you'll never miss another game. If, instead, you'd prefer a bit of culture, you might want to catch the Museum of Richmond's new exhibit or the latest show at the Orange Tree. Whatever your taste, we'll keep you well informed. If it's happening in Richmond, this is where you'll hear about it first.

  • Laughs & Scarves

    Laughs & Scarves
    27/03/2017 + More Dates

    Uplifting celebration of dance using silk scarves, and instruments to enhance the sensory experience

    Categories: General

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  • Vegan Baking Masterclass with Elizabeth D Bakes

    Vegan Baking Masterclass with Elizabeth D Bakes
    29/03/2017

    Join Elizabeth D to learn how to whip up (and taste) her famous vegan-friendly and gluten-free carrot cake, pistachio brownie and lime tart.

    Categories: Clubs, Classes, Associations

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  • The Government Inspector

    The Government Inspector
    29/03/2017

    Youth Action Theatre presents Nikolai Gogol's 'The Government Inspector'. The play is a Comedy of Errors satirising human greed, stupidity, and the extensive political corruption of Imperial Russia. Subtlety is not at the forefront of this lively comedy....

    Categories: Performing Arts

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  • RACC Monthly Cinema: Best

    RACC Monthly Cinema: Best
    30/03/2017

    RACC Monthly Cinema: Best Join us for another fab film night at RACC, each month we endeavour to bring to you interesting, insightful and award winning films and documentaries. This month we are showing the 30 for 30 documentary tale of this beloved but be-devilled superstar with riveting, evocative footage and testimony by those who knew him at his best—and worst.

    Categories: General

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  • The Juniper Tree

    The Juniper Tree
    30/03/2017

    Philip Glass opera "The Juniper Tree" UK premiere in Richmond-upon-Thames

    Categories: Music, Concerts

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  • Joni's Soul

    Joni's Soul
    30/03/2017

    The wonderful tribute to Joni Mitchell returns, On 30th March, 2017

    Categories: Music, Concerts

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  • Presentation of Casual Womenswear Collection

    Presentation of Casual Womenswear Collection
    31/03/2017

    Release of casual, eco-consious Womenswear Collection Gunda Hafner Ltd www.gundahafner.com

    Categories: Fashion

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  • Webinar - Census records

    Webinar - Census records
    03/04/2017

    Census records are invaluable sources of information for all family historians.

    Categories: Learning, Education

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  • Webinar - Discovery

    Webinar - Discovery
    04/04/2017

    Discovery is our online catalogue and is the key to tracing records held at The National Archives.

    Categories: Learning, Education

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  • Super Spring Sale of Arts & Crafts

    Super Spring Sale of Arts & Crafts
    04/04/2017

    Hand crafted GIFTS, JEWELLERY, HOME & FASHION ACCESSORIES made by renowned local artists.

    Categories: Arts and Crafts

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  • Arts & Crafts Spring Sale

    Arts & Crafts Spring Sale
    04/04/2017

    Hand crafted GIFTS, JEWELLERY, HOME & FASHION ACCESSORIES made by renowned local artists

    Categories: Arts and Crafts

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  • Dispelling Nutrition Myths with ION at Whole Foods Market

    Dispelling Nutrition Myths with ION at Whole Foods Market
    04/04/2017

    Join Nicola, the Head of the Optimum Nutrition Clinic at The Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION), to learn the basic principles behind eating healthily in a sensible, practical and realistic way.

    Categories: Health and Beauty

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  • Family event – Wartime food and drink for families

    Family event – Wartime food and drink for families
    05/04/2017

    How do you make ‘Mock Goose’? Why was it illegal to sell fresh bread in wartime? What does bread made from potatoes taste like?

    Categories: Family Fun, Kids

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  • Family event – Wartime food and drink for families

    Family event – Wartime food and drink for families
    05/04/2017

    How do you make ‘Mock Goose’? Why was it illegal to sell fresh bread in wartime? What does bread made from potatoes taste like?

    Categories: General

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  • Webinar – Criminal ancestors

    Webinar – Criminal ancestors
    05/04/2017

    This webinar will introduce records of ninteenth and twentieth century criminal ancestors, including records of trials, incarceration and transportation.

    Categories: General

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  • Webinar – Emigration records

    Webinar – Emigration records
    06/04/2017

    Emigration records are found in many different record series at The National Archives and this webinar will introduce you to some of the key collections - such as passenger lists, passports and assisted passages.

    Categories: General

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  • From the Somme to Arras

    From the Somme to Arras
    06/04/2017

    In 1917, the British and Canadians – together with intelligence from the Royal Flying Corps – took the German position of Vimy Ridge as part of the Battle of Arras, April to May 1917.

    Categories: General

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  • Afterglow presents: Wight Night - all proceeds to Stand up to Cancer

    Afterglow presents: Wight Night - all proceeds to Stand up to Cancer
    06/04/2017

    Showcasing some of the UK’s hottest rising talent gracing stages at the Isle of Wight Festival 2017. All proceeds going to 'Stand up to Cancer'

    Categories: Music, Concerts

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  • Webinar – First World War army ancestors

    Webinar – First World War army ancestors
    07/04/2017

    This webinar explains how to start tracing individual men and women who served in the British Army using records held at The National Archives.

    Categories: Learning, Education

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  • Webinar – Death, dirt and disease in the nineteenth century

    Webinar – Death, dirt and disease in the nineteenth century
    12/04/2017

    Cholera ravaged England in 1848-1849; the terrible disease found a perfect home in the filthy and overcrowded towns of the industrial revolution.

    Categories: Learning, Education

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  • YMCA Walks - Richmond Park & Isabella Plantation

    YMCA Walks - Richmond Park & Isabella Plantation
    20/04/2017

    Richmond Park & Isabella Plantation A pleasant climb through part of Richmond Park before a stroll round the lush Isabella Plantation. We’ll then descend into the river valley to YMCA Hawker for lunch together. After lunch there’s a walk into Kingston through Canbury Gardens before catching the bus home....

    Categories: Days Out And Attractions

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  • American entry into the First World War

    American entry into the First World War
    20/04/2017

    The American entry into the First World War was one of the key turning points in the history of the 20th century.

    Categories: General

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  • Surviving the Holocaust

    Surviving the Holocaust
    21/04/2017

    Following capture by the SS in May 1943, Lady Zahava Kohn and her family spent almost two years in Nazi concentration camps.

    Categories: General

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  • In The Footsteps Walk

    In The Footsteps Walk
    22/04/2017

    A talk using maps, architectural drawings and photographs to trace the timeline of the original Normansfield site.

    Categories: Learning, Education

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  • Il Barbiere di Siviglia

    Il Barbiere di Siviglia
    22/04/2017

    Rossini’s ever popular comic opera is a tuneful masterpiece. This tells the tale of a quick thinking barber, Figaro, who is paid to help a count, Almaviva to win the woman of his dreams.

    Categories: Music, Concerts

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