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5 STARS: "An evening of absorbing theatre by a master of the medium: thought-provoking, moving, funny, witty, sharp and highly enjoyable." Read more

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Eel Pie Island Museum is now a thriving Twickenham attraction, thanks to the passion of local people and a little help from The Richmond Magazine. Celia Holman reports Read more

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4 STARS: Ben Brown’s modest play at the Mary Wallace pleasingly evokes that most modest of poets and his era through three decades of his life and loves Read more

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Helen Maybanks

3 STARS, Sep 7 - Oct 20. Bizarre costumes, constant chatter and a succession of peculiar scenes. Simon Collins struggles to make sense of Orange Tree’s Losing Venice Read more

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Jessica Croll (Jane) and Lewis McBean (Timothy) in SALAD DAYS

Mark Senior

2 STARS: September 10-15. Aliya Al-Hassan fails to be charmed by the new touring production of Salad Days Read more

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3 STARS: The “magical experience” your child will love Read more

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A rising star, Bryony Farmer has a lot to say about how she got to where she is. Michele Theil talks to her about her company, Precious Stars, and her upcoming event in Richmond. Read more

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Hansons enjoyed an exciting auction day earlier in the month. Auctioneer Charles Hanson talks us through the most intriguing items to pass under his hammer Read more

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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 Read more

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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 Read more

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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 Read more

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

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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 Read more

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

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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 Read more

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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 Read more

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

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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 Read more

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