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Sheengate Publishing is turning 20! To celebrate two decades of our flagship title – The Richmond and Barnes Magazine – we're inviting artists to vie for a £1000 prize by capturing the borough of Richmond in paint more

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Tristram Kenton

The Rose Theatre, Kingston officially opened its doors 10 years ago this month. Jane McGowan chats to Executive Producer Jerry Gunn as the team prepares to celebrate more

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Creative Art Twickenham has announced the first term of a series of 12-week art classes starting January 3rd at the vibrant ETNA Community Centre in Twickenham more

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One local retiree recalls her working life at Bentalls as if it were yesterday. Miranda Jessop meets her more

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As this month sees Small Business Saturday, part of a campaign which highlights small business success, Rosanna Greenstreet takes a closer look at some local entrepreneurs... more

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Richmond author Anne Sebba has published a fascinating account of the lives of women in occupied Paris. This month she is taking questions at Kew more

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Until recently the art of marbling was on the decline. Keen amateur Hugh Lansley talks us through the history of the craft and its resurgence as a hobby more

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Jim Grover

Jim Grover is an award-winning photographer based in South London who has used the Clapham High Street institution, Cafe Delight, and its regulars as the subject of a social documentary in his latest photo-essay. more

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Award-winning sculptor Sean Henry is back in Woking for a major exhibition. Jane McGowan takes a look more

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Actress Amanda Root tells Sophie Farrah about the foundation of her charity Talitha Arts more

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Surrey is abundant with historical landmarks and famous faces. Alexia Lavender lists some of the less well-known historical sites and figures who have resided in the county, and left their mark on local and national history more

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3 STARS. From Wagner’s Twilight of the Gods to Mozart’s Abduction from the Seraglio, Richard Davies finds much to praise at the Opera Foundry’s one off evening of German opera more

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Making waves at this year’s International Youth Arts Festival is a musical retelling of Tony Bullimore’s dramatic brush with death in the Southern Ocean. Rosanna Greenstreet catches up with the nautical hero more

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Emma Pritchard catches up with two of the makers taking part in the Surrey Artists’ Open Studio event more

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What would you do if you inherited a stately home? Bamber Gascoigne had an opera house built in the garden. Jane McGowan finds the West Horsley project in half-dress rehearsal more

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There's an innovative new kind of design show coming to Sandown Park in June. Arc Eclectic founder David Rokov tells us more about the ideas behind eclectic interior design... more

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Miranda Jessop meets the woman who saved Twickenham Studios more

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The Mount Felix Tapestry is an ongoing community art project commemorating Mount Felix Hospital in WW1, based in Walton-on-Thames. The Tapestry tells the story of some of the casualties and staff at this New Zealand Hospital. more

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Inspired by a chance encounter with a spider, Shavy Makh, co-founder of the Be Kind Movement is collaborating with local Wandsworth businesses to produce ‘ITSY’, a short film on Kindness more

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