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4 STARS, July 13-21. Catherine Bardrick enjoys two exciting new plays as part of the Orange Tree Theatre's Directors' Festival showcasing the talents of emerging theatre directors more

Theatre/Arts

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Robert Day

4 STARS, July 13-21. Richard Davies is impressed by the rising talent on show at this year’s Orange Tree Theatre Directors’ Festival more

Theatre/Arts

Ninety paddle boarders travelled from Richmond to Kew Bridge last week in a bid to raise awareness of the plastic problem poisoning our rivers and oceans. Sheengate's Ruth McCann was on the scene to give a board's eye view more

News

As The Richmond Magazine completes its first 20 years, former Editor Richard Nye talks to the brains behind it all more

News

After spotting a young fox stuck in Richmond Hill's Bulbous Betty water fountain, McFly bassist Dougie Poynter jumped in to action to help RSPCA Officer Lisa Miller save the vulpine victim more

News

After dozens of entries and several months of anticipation we are very proud to announce the winner of the Glorious Richmond art competition more

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Helen Murray

4 STARS, April 24 – May 26. Dynamic and persuasive, Joe White’s first play tackles a family facing unnavigable loss and is a thoughtful and incisive drama, says Amanda Hodges more

Theatre/Arts

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Chloe Solman

Kindertransport come to Richmond Theatre between April 24-28. Playwright Diane Samuels answers some questions about her heart-felt drama, 25 years after its haunting debut more

Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, March 20-24. A play about the British weather gripping? Absolutely riveting in fact! Amanda Hodges discovers that the meteorological background to the D-Day Landings proves fertile material for an engrossing drama more

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5 STARS, March 13-17. Alan Long enjoys a wonderful adaptation of Dickens's masterpiece more

Theatre/Arts

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Manuel Harlan

Best known for his primetime roles in EastEnders and Holby City, Paul Bradley tells Jane McGowan why he’s glad to be back treading the boards more

Theatre/Arts

Veteran broadcaster Paul Gambaccini is celebrating 45 years in the business with a one-man show. Jane McGowan finds out more from the Professor of Pop more

Theatre/Arts

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Manuel Harlan

4 STARS, March 8 – April 14. Amanda Hodges finds plenty to enjoy in the first major London revival of Charlotte Jones' multi award-winning comedy more

Theatre/Arts

There's plenty going on at Richmond's newest art space more

Theatre/Arts

3 STARS, Feb 28 - March 3. A "solid rather than inspiring" performance of a modern masterpiece, says Amanda Hodges more

Theatre/Arts

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['Leigh Keily', 'Leigh Keily']

Ralph Ineson is a Hollywood hit at home in Southfields. Here he talks to Rosanna Greenstreet about goats, Great Danes and how Spielberg made his mind go blank more

Interviews

With the Easter holidays just around the corner, William Gadsby Peet explores what's on in Surrey over Easter to keep the kids entertained more

Kids/Schools

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Jonathan Keenan

4 STARS, Feb 3 – March 3. Catherine Bardrick enjoys a richly rewarding and riveting roundabout of contemporary drama at the Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond more

Theatre/Arts

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Manuel Harlan

Jane McGowan meets composer and performer Joe Stilgoe as he swings into town with a new musical version of Kipling’s The Jungle Book more

Theatre/Arts

Sophie Farrah finds a legendary perfume name sniffing kitchen success more

Food

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