Don’t miss our Christmas Fayre in the Cafe
Saturday 7 and 14 Dec from 10am until 4.30pm.
Great gifts, festive cheer and treats!
BOOK NOW FOR OUR CHRISTMAS PANTO!!!
Hotbuckle Theatre presents: MacLaddin
Way back in the mists of time, just north of the border, wee Willie MacLaddin discovers a magic lamp in his mother’s pantry. What could possibly go wrong? Find out in this hilarious tartan Christmas romp. With live music and the help of Walton’s two favourite policemen, Reg and Stan. Make sure you’re there to see Hotbuckle’s funniest Christmas show yet!
Evening performances at 6pm
Friday 13 December
Saturday 14 December
Sunday 15 December
Thursday 19 December
Friday 20 December
Saturday 21 December
Matinees Saturday 14, Sunday 15, Saturday 21 at 2pm
Tickets £8 (£6 child)
Wednesday 11 December – 7.30pm
Winner of the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards for best newcomer of 2010, startlingly perceptive young singer, songwriter and guitarist Sam Carter has toured with Bellowhead, been an Emerging Artist in Residence at London’s Southbank Centre, performed in the line-up for the tour ‘The Lady: A Homage to Sandy Denny’ and the international collaboration ‘Shifting Sands’. In summer 2012 he released his second album ‘The No Testament’ and hasn’t looked back since. Radio and TV appearances followed including a performance on Later With Jools Holland.
‘An English acoustic virtuoso… reminiscent of John Martyn’ Guitarist
This series continues to bring you fresh new talent in the new year with Dan Walsh, Jackie Oates and Southern Tenant.
Wednesday 11 December 7.30pm
Tickets £12 (Series £25)
KAOS – Closing on Sunday 8 Dec!
Tide Lines in black white and colour
The five artists featured here are members of the recently formed group of Kingston Upon Thames artists, KAOS. Occasionally, as now, a small sub-group who feel their works are particularly sympathetic to each other will hold joint shows.
Though they work in totally different ways – in black, white, and in colour – these five artists’ works are each crowded with memories; fragments from the past, barely remembered, even mis-remembered, constantly reworked. Sometimes from something so small and from so long ago, and visited and revisited so many times that it has developed into something whose origins cannot now be traced.
Gallery Open when Cafe is open! Monday to Saturday 10am
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.