Spotlight Events in Richmond
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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.

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Protect and Survive: Britain’s Cold War Revealed
  • Tuesday 2nd July, 9:00am - Until Saturday 9th November, 5:00pm
This free exhibition will explore the reality of life in Britain under the persistent threat of nuclear attack during the Cold War era. View event
La bohème
  • Friday 18th October, 7:30pm - Until Sunday 20th October, 9:30pm
INSTANT OPERA returns to the Normansfield Theatre to premiere its spectacular new production of Giacomo Puccini's most-loved masterpiece. View event
Teddington Choral Society New Season starting September 2019 View event
DJ Night
  • Thursday 24th October 6:30pm until 11:00pm
Bingham Riverhouse is bringing the nightlife to Richmond with some eats and beats every Thursday (6.30-11pm), entry is free. View event
Voices of the Windrush Generation
  • Saturday 26th October 2:00pm until 4:00pm
David Matthews will discuss his book 'Voices of the Windrush Generation: The real story told by the people themselves' View event
Time Travel Club: Jewels and gems
  • Tuesday 29th October 10:30am until 11:30am
Come and take part in a sensory storytelling adventure View event
 Time Travel Craft Club
During half term, families can enjoy craft together at our afternoon sessions. View event
Time Travel Club: doodles and daydreams
  • Thursday 31st October 10:30am until 12:00pm
Discover fascinating examples of scribbles and doodles throughout history! View event
After Hours at Orleans House Gallery
  • Thursday 31st October 6:00pm until 10:00pm
Want to get away from the trick or treaters this Halloween? Enjoy an evening of arts, music and activities! View event
Halloween Party
  • Thursday 31st October, 7:00pm - Until Friday 1st November, 12:00am
Join our spooktacular party on Thursday, 31st October, from 7pm onwards. View event
Fall of the Wall Late: Pop Culture and the Cold War
  • Friday 1st November 7:00pm until 11:00pm
Our Cold War season draws to a close with a very special late event this November. View event
First Sundays at The National Archives
  • Sunday 3rd November 11:00am until 4:00pm
For the very first time, we’re opening our doors for the entire weekend! Explore our building, our picturesque gardens and discover a new side to The National Archives. View event
The most difficult thing: in conversation with Charlotte Philby
  • Tuesday 5th November 7:30pm until 9:00pm
Join author, journalist and broadcaster Charlotte Philby as she discusses her debut novel, 'The Most Difficult Thing'. View event
Talk on How to Steal a Million: Famous Arts Thefts
  • Tuesday 5th November 8:00pm until 9:00pm
What motivates art thieves, plus burglars' mistakes and daring police stings to recover stolen masterpieces. This is one of the monthly lectures organised by The Arts Society Richmond. View event
Time Travel Tots
Pre-schoolers and their carers can join our sensory drop-in sessions View event
Open Event at Richmond upon Thames College
  • Wednesday 6th November 5:00pm until 8:00pm
Why should you visit Richmond upon Thames College? View event
Wine Down
  • Wednesday 6th November 7:00pm until 9:00pm
Join us for the 'Wine down' Wed 6 Nov featuring Sardinian Wine with Riverhouse' home-grown host with the most, Ricardo Barros. View event
Wine Tastings at The National Archives
The National Archives is delighted to present a series of wine tastings, themed around some of its immense catalogue of documentation relating to wine and trade. View event
Nancy Astor: first steps towards a better balanced world
  • Friday 8th November 2:00pm until 3:00pm
In this talk, Dr Jacqui Turner will reflect on Astor's achievements and how she has become a totem for women and democracy, despite her flaws. View event
Gunpowder, treason and plot: the rise of the Stuarts
  • Thursday 14th November 7:30pm until 9:00pm
Tracy Borman will transport us back to the turbulent world of the early Stuart court View event
King Arthur
  • Friday 15th November, 7:30pm - Until Sunday 17th November, 9:30pm
Richmond Opera presents Henry Purcell’s magical opera King Arthur for 3 performances. View event
Barbarians vs Fiji
  • Saturday 16th November
Tickets on sale now for first international to be held in the UK after Rugby World Cup View event
The women in Richard III's life
  • Thursday 21st November 7:30pm until 9:00pm
Join Dr Joanna Laynesmith as she presents the remarkable experiences and achievements of the women closest to Richard III. View event
Let's Dance
  • Saturday 23rd November 7:30pm until 9:30pm
Join us for a night of mesmerising moves and magical melodies at Normansfield Theatre. View event
  • Sunday 24th November 7:30pm until 9:30pm
Villa InCanto Opera Group from Verona, Italy, bring their alternative to staged operas and with this very popular Opera bringing Spanish heat and gypsy passion to Normansfield Theatre. View event
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