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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 more

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Life can go down as well as up. Miranda Jessop meets Drew Goodall, a social entrepreneur who beat despair to become a shoe-in for success more

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Twickenham based social enterprise Harper Performance needs your help raising £30,000 to support aspirational athletes in deprived communities across the world more

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With the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup Final kicking off this Saturday, we take a look a few pubs in Twickenham and Richmond where you can get in on the action more

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4 STARS, June 3-10. It's a nightmarishly good performance from the RSS of Franz Kafka's classic Metamorphosis. Richard Nye enjoys/endures a production that masterfully explores universal human fears more

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Miranda Jessop meets the woman who saved Twickenham Studios more

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4 STARS, April 23-29. Catherine Wilson enjoys a polished revival by the Richmond Shakespeare Society of Chekhov's masterpiece, the Seagull more

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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

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Not so much a ghost story as a tale about haunted lives, the Irish classic, The Weir is given a fine outing by the Richmond Shakespeare Society. Samantha Laurie sees it at Mary Wallace Theatre, showing until Jan 28. more

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Fiona Adams enjoys a tasty trip to Noush in Twickenham. "...unlike any other Indian restaurant that I’ve been in..." more

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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

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Art and Soul is teaming up with The Orleans House Stables Gallery in Twickenham to showcase work by those suffering from mental health issues. The charity aims to aid recovery by instilling confidence in participants through the joy of art. more

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Sir Vince Cable is well over 65 and no longer an MP, but as he adds stewardship of a local mental health charity to his portfolio of commitments, he tells Rosanna Greenstreet that he is nowhere near retiring. more

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Headed to Twickenham for Six Nations Rugby? Check out these top-scoring places. Early booking is a must! more

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