March – Upcoming Highlights
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Lunchtime Concert – Amy Tress (violin) Anyssa Neumann (piano)
Wednesday 12 March – 12.15 lunch (1pm Concert)
Brahms Sonata no. 3 in D minor (23″)
Prokofiev Sonata no. 2 in D major (24″)**Please note this is a changed programme from the one advertised in our printed brochure**Amy Tress graduated in Music from Cambridge with the highest First Class Honours degree of her year in 2010. She is currently a scholar on the Arts Diploma course at the Royal College of Music. As a soloist and chamber musician she has performed in most of London’s major venues.
Concert only £10
Concert with lunch £16
Southern Tenant Folk Union
Wednesday 12 March – 8pm
Edinburgh’s folk/bluegrass collective Southern Tenant Folk Union have just released their fifth album. Featuring banjo, mandolin, fiddle and harmony vocals, they perform an eclectic mix of high energy, atmospheric folk and have received airplay from Bob Harris and Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 2.‘The band knock up a fierce, raw and earthy music that is the stuff of Mumford & Sons’ dreams.’ The GuardianWedneday 12 March 8pmTickets £12
Boulting Brothers Film Night – I’m All Right Jack (introduced by Actress Liz Fraser)
Thursday April 3rd at 8pm
James Tait Paintings and Sculpture -
12 February – 9 March
Wednesday 29th January –Sunday 9th February
James Tait is a Shepperton-based artist whose work is both vivid and contemplative.
He gained a BA in Fine Art (Sculpture) from Gloucestershire College of Art and Design. He has worked as an artist for over 30 years as well as earning a living as a conference set designer.
“I use as my source and inspiration the landscape, viewed from the open or from inside through a window. I draw on the shapes, colours and compositions of landscapes, not specific, but include impressions of perhaps fleeting glimpses of details that catch the eye; the odd whisp of cloud in the sky, or glint of light on water. The varied angles and juxtaposed planes created by hedgerows, field borders, and the natural twisting and turning of the hills and valleys, forests, cliffs and rivers of the physical geography. The colours used reflect the moods created by the different types of landscape and seasons.”
Gallery Open when Cafe is open!
Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm and Sunday 2:30pm-4:30pm
The Riverhouse is a beautiful space converted from an old 18th century barn into a theatre/ music venue and workshop space. In addition to the barn the Riverhouse also has a stunning gallery space, a craft studio and a cafe and bar area serving delicious home cooked food and cakes all year round.
Our programme of events throughout the year is fantastically diverse. From Classical concerts, to street dance classes, from Stitch workshops to Jazz and folk music.