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SOLD OUT:  Jazz and Beer on Sunday plus ‘Sing that Swing’ are sold out,

BOOK NOW: for our family Panto ‘Puss in Space’.

REARRANGED: Emily Portman Trio (Folk on Wednesday) has had to be rearranged to Sunday Brunch Barnstormer 21st June (11.30am) booking opens soon.

Coming Up:


The Westbrook Trio

Friday 21 November – 8pm

Kate Westbrook – voice, Chris Biscoe – saxophone, Mike Westbrook – piano

The Westbrook Trio is the longest established of all Mike Westbrook’s ensembles. Its mix of composition, song and improvisation has been at the heart of many Westbrook projects. From the early ‘80s Kate, Mike and Chris have continued to perform regularly throughout Europe, as well as touring in Canada, Australia and the Far East. Their latest album, ‘Three Into Wonderful’, charts three decades of creativity, travelling and recording.
“The trio is tremendous” The GuardianFriday 21 November 8pmTickets £15 (£6 students)

Brooklands Radio Presents An Evening of Music, Poetry and Short Films

Saturday 22 November – 8pm


Hosted by Brooklands Radio presenters David Durant and Debbie Hyde, the evening will showcase the following outstanding emerging musicians from the south east as featured on Brooklands Radio’s Under The Radar Live Sessions.

We hope to entertain, amuse and inspire our audience by combining music, spoken word and film to bring into peoples’ consciousness practical and positive ways to become sustainable and reduce our impact on the environment.

Music from: Aimee, August and After, Harriet, The Portraits,

The music will be interspersed with short poems by Megan Rose Taylor, a young wordsmith who is passionate about animals, the environment and especially dolphins.

There will be two short films by Young Voices for the Planet a film series featuring young people who are making a difference by shrinking the carbon footprint of their homes, schools and communities.

Richard Dunne, head teacher at Ashley C of E Primary School will share positive stories from his school, which is recognised as one of the world’s leading eco schools. Supported by the RC Sherriff Trust.

Saturday 22 November 7.30pm

Tickets £10 (£8 concessions)


Apollo Theatre Company presents:

Keep the Home Fires Burning

Thursday 27 November – 1pm and 7.30pm


Presented byApollo Theatre Company

Written and performed by Amy Hamlen with James Church on the piano Directed by Tim Astley“There’s a silver lining
Through the dark clouds shining,
Turn the dark cloud inside out
‘Til the boys come home.”
The history books are full of the brave exploits of the nearly six million British soldiers who served in World War II. But what of the women they left behind?
These wives, mothers, sisters and daughters are so often omitted from the annals of war, but their contribution to the war effort, taking on the jobs the men had to leave, in factories, on the land, driving fire engines and ambulances and keeping the country on its feet, must never be forgotten.
Apollo Theatre Company present this brand new show which uses real accounts of women who lived through the war, punctuated beautifully with some of the most enduring music and songs from the period.
“A gripping insight into the unrecognised significance of an entire gender during hostilities”
Isle of Wight County Press
www.apollotheatrecompany.comThursday 27 November 1pm & 7.30pm
£12 (£10 concessions)


Robert Phillips Gallery

Astrid McGechan – The Elmbridge Hundred – A Visual Journey

Wednesday 12 – 30 November

Landscape Photographer Astrid McGechan has made it her mission to explore and share the visual delights the Borough of Elmbridge has to offer. From Black Pond on the Esher Commons to Concorde at Brooklands, from swans at Cowey Sale to the bluebell carpet at Painshill, from the Landscape Garden at Claremont to sunrise in Molesey’s Hurst Park – this exhibition portrays the beauty that can be found right on our doorstep.

On show is a selection of images from Astrid’s book “The Elmbridge Hundred – A Visual Journey”, including the winning images of a photography competition, in which students of senior schools in Elmbridge took part.

Supported by the R C Sherriff Trust and 



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.

Café now open Every Day 10am-4pm (Mon to Sun)


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Written on June 26th, 2012