view counter

Activities

Macmillan and Kingston CCG launch new cancer support service

Macmillan Cancer Support has partnered with Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to create an innovative health and wellbeing service for residents living with cancer.

David Beckham and Ellie Simmonds join Sainsbury’s to get kids in Surbiton Active

Schools, scouts and guide groups and sports clubs from Surbiton given the chance to meet Beckham and Simmonds at an exclusive event.

New website for local families with pre schoolers

Two local mums have set up a new website for local families with pre schoolers.

Hawaiian Party - Summer Fair

Jan '70
Thu 1st

With a weather forcast of BBQ weather all summer, we are hoping it will shine on our Hawaiian Party Summer Fair! Please come and enjoy the fun and games including tombolas, face painting, cake stall, crafts and games. And if you are feeling adventurous, why not try the SURF SIMULATOR? This is a great opportunity to see the progress on the new school building! If your child will be starting school soon, why not come along and see what we get up to! Check out our website www.grandavenue.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/

Free Arts Workshops for young people in Surbiton

Bohemian Events will kick off the second series of workshops

The Canterbury Tales at the Waggon and Horses

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Medieval Madness at the Waggon and Horses!

Following the sellout run of Scaramouche Jones last year, Tacit Theatre have transformed the beer garden at the Waggon and Horses into a medieval world for the fifth run of their ever popular show, The Canterbury Tales. The performance will take place in a custom-built Tavern Theatre, where the action will unfold amidst song, dance, banqueting and of course, the quaffing of the Waggon’s prized Young’s Ale.

So dig out your tunic and britches, grab a tankard of ale or a glass of mulled wine, and be prepared

The Canterbury Tales at the Waggon and Horses

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Medieval Madness at the Waggon and Horses!

Following the sellout run of Scaramouche Jones last year, Tacit Theatre have transformed the beer garden at the Waggon and Horses into a medieval world for the fifth run of their ever popular show, The Canterbury Tales. The performance will take place in a custom-built Tavern Theatre, where the action will unfold amidst song, dance, banqueting and of course, the quaffing of the Waggon’s prized Young’s Ale.

So dig out your tunic and britches, grab a tankard of ale or a glass of mulled wine, and be prepared

The Canterbury Tales at the Waggon and Horses

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Medieval Madness at the Waggon and Horses!

Following the sellout run of Scaramouche Jones last year, Tacit Theatre have transformed the beer garden at the Waggon and Horses into a medieval world for the fifth run of their ever popular show, The Canterbury Tales. The performance will take place in a custom-built Tavern Theatre, where the action will unfold amidst song, dance, banqueting and of course, the quaffing of the Waggon’s prized Young’s Ale.

So dig out your tunic and britches, grab a tankard of ale or a glass of mulled wine, and be prepared

The Canterbury Tales at the Waggon and Horses

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Medieval Madness at the Waggon and Horses!

Following the sellout run of Scaramouche Jones last year, Tacit Theatre have transformed the beer garden at the Waggon and Horses into a medieval world for the fifth run of their ever popular show, The Canterbury Tales. The performance will take place in a custom-built Tavern Theatre, where the action will unfold amidst song, dance, banqueting and of course, the quaffing of the Waggon’s prized Young’s Ale.

So dig out your tunic and britches, grab a tankard of ale or a glass of mulled wine, and be prepared

The Canterbury Tales at the Waggon and Horses

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Medieval Madness at the Waggon and Horses!

Following the sellout run of Scaramouche Jones last year, Tacit Theatre have transformed the beer garden at the Waggon and Horses into a medieval world for the fifth run of their ever popular show, The Canterbury Tales. The performance will take place in a custom-built Tavern Theatre, where the action will unfold amidst song, dance, banqueting and of course, the quaffing of the Waggon’s prized Young’s Ale.

So dig out your tunic and britches, grab a tankard of ale or a glass of mulled wine, and be prepared

Syndicate content