Surbiton Festival: Wine Tasting Evening

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Barclays Bank
81 - 83 Victoria Rd

7.30 pm

Hosted by the Kingston & Surbiton Wine Circle, a fun and informative evening all about wine.

£10 per person (please pay on door)

Places to be booked in advance by calling either Liz on 020 8390 2963 or John on 020 8390 0311.

Surbiton Festival: Cornerhouse Drama Festival

Jan '70
Thu 1st

The one-act festival was launched four years ago and provides a wonderful opportunity for local writers and performers to get involved in good local theatre.

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

  • I.T. SUPPORT by Emma Burton
    – directed by Tim Burton with Madeleine Mason, Andy Moseley, and Tim Burton
  • CELL ONE by Ian Durrant
    – directed by Sharon Redburn with Barry Rocard, James Goldwater and Siobhan Radburn
    – directed by Denise Rocard with Leslie Morris and Aimee Watson

Surbiton Festival: R.N.L.I. Rally

Jan '70
Thu 1st

The RNLI Rally takes place along Queen’s Promenade has become part of the Surbiton Festival’s annual programme. This two-day event is very popular with boats, music, stalls and a whole host of activities taking place alongside Surbiton’s beautiful stretch of the River Thames.

Surbtion Festival: Grand Parade & Street Market

Jan '70
Thu 1st

"A fantastic family day out! The grand finale of the Festival has grown from strength to strength, attracting hundreds of visitors."

Get a Good Life


Local man's T-shirts to go on sale at festival.

Let The Music Speak - Maple Village Community Street Party

Jan '70
Thu 1st

A free music festival comes to Maple Road this Saturday.
A fun day for all ages. Encouraging creativity through the arts and bringing the community together through music.

Festival? What festival?

For all those who missed Saturday's Surbiton Festival, Surbiton.com have now added an events calendar.

The calendar should give you plenty of warning of any upcoming activities. Registered users can submit their own events for inclusion using the online form.

Surbiton Festival 2006

This year's festival will be opened by His Worshipfulness the Mayor on Saturday 30th September.

There'll be the usual street market and parade in Victoria Road. Keep an eye out for the Surbiton.com stand, float and marching troop.

Find out more on the Kingston Council website...

Good Festival despite traffic chaos

Festival chairman claims addition of 800-tonne crane 'added to the atmosphere of the festival'.

As predicted, engineering works on the St. Mark's hill railway bridge coupled with this year's Surbiton Festival caused major disruption to the area last weekend.

Though the junction was closed again this week for scheduled follow-up work, the project has been considered a success; positioning six thirty-metre beams across the railway in preparation for the project's spring completion.

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