What’s On in Richmond

There’s lots happening in Richmond this month – from ghosts to circuses, markets to theatre, there’s sure to be something for all the family to enjoy.

Ghost Tours at Ham House and Garden
Ham Street, Ham, Richmond, TW10 7RS
Wednesday 29 March, 7:30pm to 9pm

You’re in for a spooky ride at the end of March with Ham House and Gardens! Come along and find out the ghastly history of one of Britain’s arguably most haunted buildings. More info: click here.

Richmond’s Music and Drama Festival
Various Locations
Until Friday 31 March

Richmond’s Music and Drama Festival, now in its third year, returns to celebrate the diversity of the arts and the immense talent that runs throughout the Richmond borough. There are many events to satisfy all tastes and interests, from dance to drama, jazz to choir, so take a look at the official programme of events here.

The Juniper Tree
The Hammond Theatre, Hampton, TW12 3HD
Thursday 30 March – Friday 31 March, 7:30pm

Staged by The Helen Astrid Singing Academy, the fairytale The Juniper Tree by Phillip Glass and Robert Moran comes to life at The Hammond Theatre this March as part of Richmond’s Music and Drama festival. Featuring a magical libretto by Arthur Yorinks, as well as several talented sopranos and baritones including Mariya Krywaniuk and James Corrigan, this is one fantastic spectacle not to be missed. More information: Click here.

Moscow State Circus
Old Deer Park, Twickenham Road, TW9 2SF
Thursday 30 March – Monday 3rd April

Are you ready to experience the unbelievable right before your eyes? The Moscow State Circus, arriving in Richmond at the end of the month, will host miracle-making, acrobatics and much more, sure to leave you and your family on the edge of your seats. For all dates, times and more information, please click here. Look out for our competition to win a family ticket coming soon! 

University Boat Race
Putney to Mortlake
Sunday 2nd April
Women’s – 4.35pm, Men’s (5.35pm)

The Cancer Research UK Boat Race and Women’s Boat Race in their 163rd and 72nd editions respectively between Putney and Mortlake. If the weather’s good it’s great to watch both crews race as fast as possible from the riverside with many pubs lining the route.

There are also events starting at 12pm at Bishop’s Park, Putney and the Adnams Fan Park in Furnivall Gardens, Hammersmith.

Out of Order
Richmond Theatre
Monday 3rd April to Saturday 8th April
7.30pm, matinees at 2.30pm on Wednesday and Saturday

When a Government Junior Minister plans to spend the evening with one of the Opposition’s typists in the Westminster Hotel, things go disastrously wrong.

Starring Andrew Hall, Shaun Williamson and Sue Holderness. Click here to buy tickets.

Abigail’s Party
Richmond Theatre
Monday 24th to Saturday 29th April
7.30pm, matinees at 2.30pm on Wednesday and Saturday

Amanda Abbington stars in this 40th anniversary production of Mike Leigh’s classic about the drinks party from hell. Click here to buy tickets.

Surrey Food Festival
Old Deer Park
Saturday 22nd April
10am to 7pm

Discover the produce local businesses have to offer when local business showcase their range of different food and drink. There will be a number of demonstrations and a Kids Zone to keep them entertained. More information and advance tickets available here.

The Lottery of Love
Orange Tree Theatre, Clarence Road, Richmond
Until May 13

A marriage has been arranged between Sylvia and Richard but Sylvia wants to know more about Richard so disguises herself as a maid. Unknown to her Richard has had the same idea.

Can love be scrutinised and survive? Can passion be pinned down and must it always entail pain? One of France’s greatest playwrights dissects the age old process of losing oneself to love in this production translated from the original by John Fowles (The French Lieutenant’s Woman). Tickets available here.

Make sure you bookmark this page as we’ll be updating it with the latest events taking place in the area.

Keep an eye out for our Easter event guide…coming soon.