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Friday 1 March 2024
9.30am until 12.30
Venue: The Station
What's On, Display in Sidebar, March
Richmond Creative Social Workshops
Saturday 2 March 2024
Venue: The Georgian Theatre Royal
Oscar Wilde's epic tragedy of revenge, passion and murder turned into a compact opera.
Sunday 3 March 2024
10am until 4pm
Venue: Richmond Town Hall
A well established monthly craft fair. Creative makers, all with their own unique style.
Richmond's new orchestra presents a sparkling programme of music in its inaugural concert.
Wednesday 6 March 2024
Richmond Methodist Church
John Carr: (1723- 1807) Architect of the Georgian North a talk by Dr Peter Collinge FRHistS.
Thursday 7 March 2024
Barrie Rutter celebrates the Bard's Kings and Queens with anecdotes and memories from a career playing and directing Shakespeare's Royals.
Wednesday 13 March 2024
Based on Jane Austen's first full-length work, and created entirely from letters, this show follows the fortunes of devil-may-care Lady Susan, the coquettish black widow.
Saturday 16 March 2024
This compelling solo show is adapted from Robert Louis Stevenson's classic Victorian novella about the inexorable conflict between good and evil.
Thursday 21 to Saturday 23 March 2024
Richmond Amateur Dramatic Society presents and evening of three one-act comedies.
Saturday 23 March 2024
9am until 12noon
Come and have a cuppa and a friendly chat.
Wednesday 3 April 2024
What's On, Display in Sidebar, April
Henge Monuments of Yorkshire in the light of recent research Dr Alex Gibson.
Friday 5 April 2024
9.30am until 12.30pm
Richmond Creative Social Workshop