What's on in Twickenham
By Rory Poulter
24th Nov 2022 | Local News
A list of exciting events coming up in Twickenham. If you would like to add your own event simply click the black Nub It button in our What's On section!
Church Street, Twickenham
Sunday, November 27 and December 11 – Christmas Shopping market
The perfect place to do your Christmas shopping in Twickenham with a selection of beautiful independent stalls from local businesses.
Alongside the independent shops on the street including Mojo, Allissias Attic, Rocc and the Hare and the Moon you will be sure to find that perfect gift.
Don't forget to check out Corto Italian Deli for some unique food presents.
And if shopping isn't your thing the pubs and restaurants will be hosting lots of Christmas treats too.
With live entertainment, amazing food and festive drinks, Church Street is the perfect place for all of your Christmas Shopping
From summer hanging baskets to autumn pumpkins, this little street has a huge personality.
Eel Pie Club - Cabbage Patch, London Road, Twickenham.
Thursday, November 24 - Supernatural A Tribute to Peter Green
Following their sell-out debut gig last year, Tim Hain, Robin Bibi and Alan Glen will be back with their excellent tribute to the incredible musician that is Peter Green.
The evening will be a selection of Peter Green classics, such as Albatross, Need Your Love So Bad, Stop Messin' Round, Looking for Somebody, Man of the World, Oh Well!, Black Magic Woman, Long Grey Mare, Love That Burns, and, of course, the instrumental, Supernatural.
November 22-26 - Mrs Warren's Profession
Caroline Quentin and her real-life daughter Rose Quentin star in George Bernard Shaw's acid test of a mother-daughter relationship.
Written in 1894 but banned for thirty years by a Lord Chamberlain who found it 'immoral and improper', Mrs Warren's Profession is a ripe attack on English hypocrisy and its 'fashionable morality'.
Mrs Warren's daughter Vivie has never really known much about her mother. How will Vivie react when she finds out the startling truth about her mother's business empire and the origins of money that has financed her comfortable upbringing.
Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond
Until January 14 - Arms and the Man
In the midst of a bloody central European war, a chance moonlit encounter throws together an idealistic young woman and a Swiss mercenary with an unexpectedly realistic attitude to soldiering.
Raina's youthful love for Sergius, the swashbuckling fighting hero of the Bulgarian army, is challenged when she learns more of the realities of war.
George Bernard Shaw's delightful romantic comedy was one of his first commercial successes and remains enduringly relevant.
Paul Miller directs in his final production as Artistic Director of the Orange Tree.
OSO Arts Centre, Barnes
November 26 – Playboy
Lord Christian Brighty is the country's most notorious rake.
He puts the bi in Byron, the don in hedonism, and the key in chastity belts. But when this saucy libertine falls for a Duchess, can he reform himself?
Forget Bridgerton. Forget Austen. This is the greatest love story you'll ever laugh at. Prepare to swoon for the debut solo show from TikTok's answer to Mr Darcy (@brightybuoy).
WWT London Wetland Centre, Barnes
Until January 8 - Illuminature
Wrap up with your family and friends and follow the twinkling lights and celebrate nature with an immersive light trail of glowing larger-than-life sculptures and installations.
New this year, you can enjoy glimpses of real animal magic through night vision goggles, spotting birds and plant life, as well as visit the resident family of otters tucked up in bed, while also learning about phases of the moon and how they impact our environment.
Syon House and Park
Until November 27 – Enchanted Woodland
As the nights draw in, Syon Park once again hosts the Enchanted Woodland during November, which sees the 600-year-old gardens transformed by a display of lights and music.
Now in its 15th year the trail winds through the arboretum, passing the sixteenth century Syon House, and ends at the spectacular Great Conservatory.
Richmond Lending Library
Monday, November 28 - Goldilocks Storytime
A very special story time with Tamara Morgan who will star as Goldilocks in Richmond Theatre's upcoming pantomime.
She will be reading the classic fairy tale Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
The National Archives, Kew
Until April 2023, Treason – People Power and Plot
New exhibition brings iconic and unknown archival documents to life to shed light on the nature of British justice through the ages.
Fascinating stories are explored from the Gunpowder Plot and Anne Boleyn to lesser-known stories of the cook that poisoned the porridge, the girl put on trial for being a witch and the enslaved Baptist preacher.
Ted Lasso Tour runs Saturday and Sunday at 3.30pm; Thursday at 6.30pm
Explore the locations featured in the hit Apple TV streaming show, Ted Lasso, starring Jason Sudeikis. The walking tour takes in Ted's local pub, front door and even his thinking bench!