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Rick Stein, seafood chef and champion of fishermen, has opened his first London restaurant in Barnes. Sophie Farrah finds out what gastronomic delights he has in store more

27 Mar 2017 11:21 Food

The Mary Wallace Theatre in Twickenham plays host to the European debut of the reconstruction of a lost play by Shakespeare and contemporary John Fletcher, based on Don Quixote. Showing March 23-25 more

24 Mar 2017 12:27 Theatre/Arts

Our Editor's pick the best theatre going on over April across Surrey, SW London and Berkshire more

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4 STARS, March 18-25. Equally suitable for kids and adults alike, Shakespeare Up Close's production of Twelfth Night is a streamlined, fast-paced romp through one of The Bard's most popular romantic comedies, says Fiona Adams more

21 Mar 2017 14:57 Theatre/Arts

2.5 STARS. Unfortunately the genius of Molière's social commentary in The Miser was buried underneath an avalanche of slapstick and farce, says Aliya Al-Hassan more

23 Feb 2017 10:56 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS. "The play grabs your attention and does not let go until the lights go out again" says Richard Davies. Showing at the Orange Tree Theatre until March 25 more

22 Feb 2017 16:17 Theatre/Arts

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4 STARS Mar 28 – Apr 1. After a successful stint on the West End, The Million Dollar Quartet comes to The New Victoria Theatre. Amanda Hodges enjoyed a rocking good time watching the story of Elvis, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee more

8 Feb 2017 11:26 Theatre/Arts

3.5 STARS. Richard Davies enjoys an evening of French opera with the Opera Foundry. more

8 Feb 2017 11:07 Theatre/Arts

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Darren Bell

Jason Donovan talks to Jane McGowan about his latest role as a legendary record company boss in a musical adaptation of one of pop’s most famous nights - The Million Dollar Quartet. Coming to Richmond Theatre Feb 6-11 more

26 Jan 2017 10:23 Theatre/Arts

Leanne Cope swapped life in the corps de ballet for the bright lights of Broadway in An American in Paris. Jane McGowan meets the Richmond actress as she prepares to re-create the role of Lise in the West End more

23 Jan 2017 16:46 Theatre/Arts

Richard Davies finds little to laugh about at the Orange Tree Theatre’s production of Winter Solstice. Showing until February 11. more

20 Jan 2017 10:30 Theatre/Arts

Sophie Farrah chews the fat with chef Adam Byatt, who has won his first Michelin star for Trinity in Clapham more

4 Jan 2017 12:39

The Richmond Shakespeare Society put on a brilliant production of Oh! What a Lovely War – a unique piece of theatre that combines music, dance, songs and sketches to create a vision of life during the First World War. 5 STARS more

12 Dec 2016 16:00 Theatre/Arts

"...a subtly shaded but richly rewarding festive treat." Says Amanda Hodges. 4 STARS more

1 Dec 2016 14:45 Theatre/Arts

Conservation and protection charity, Friends of Richmond Park, is leading the clarion call against a new development in Stratford that has destroyed the historic view from King Henry's Mound in Richmond Park to St Paul's Cathedral. more

21 Nov 2016 16:51 News

The borough of Surrey is bursting with writing talent. Here’s our pick of the best for some Christmas reading more

21 Nov 2016 10:42 Theatre/Arts

Sophie Farrah goes foraging for tempting, locally made foodie gifts as well as exploring all the latest foodie news in Surrey & SW London for December more

18 Nov 2016 16:29 Food

Not only does CBeebies’ Chris Jarvis star in Richmond’s panto – he wrote and directed it too. Jane McGowan ventures behind the scenes more

18 Nov 2016 15:25 Theatre/Arts

After a recent 'Pitch Up' event at Not On The High Street's Richmond HQ, two Surrey locals saw their beautiful and unusual products rewarded with a sign up to the company's prestigious online store. more

14 Nov 2016 11:45 News 1 Comments

The Richmond Shakespeare Society turns its very capable hands to one of Shakespeare's most disturbing and complex plays, The Merchant of Venice. Alan Long enjoyed a confident performance at Mary Wallace Theatre until Sat Nov 12 more

7 Nov 2016 10:56 Theatre/Arts

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