What's on in Teddington this weekend: including the Teddington Traders market and Barcarolle choir
By Eli Haidari
12th May 2022 | Local News
Good morning, and welcome to your weekly What's on in Teddington.
Every Thursday we round up all the eye catching events occurring in your area over the weekend.
Read on for Teddington's not to be missed outings this week, and remember you can add your FREE event using the Nub It button!
Friday, May 13
The Landmark Arts Centre's friendly sessions are the perfect way to meet like-minded readers and discover exciting new reads. They explore short stories, novels, non-fiction, poetry, and bestsellers.
13 May 2022: The Promise by Damon Galgut, Winner of the Booker prize 2021
A 10% discount is available on books being discussed from Waterstones, Teddington.
Tickets: £5 / £3.50 concessions & LAC Members
Saturday, May 14
To celebrate their 20th anniversary, Richmond Opera invite you to join them for a celebration of the best of baroque music. Bach's joyful Magnificat in D will be paired with a semi-staged production of Purcell's Dido & Aeneas, including the timeless 'Dido's Lament'.
Tickets are £19 with the performance running from 7.30pm - 10pm.
It's market day this Saturday at the Anglers Pub!
The iconic Teddington Lock pub in collaboration with Teddington Together brings you the very best local traders in the community, posing as the perfect opportunity to support local business.
Come on down and grab your weekly essentials from breakfasts, nut butters, sourdough breads, fruit, veg, soups and delicious pastries.
There will also be a host of arts and crafts and beautiful flowers.
Traders are looking forward to seeing locals and people from across the borough from 9am to 1pm in the Angler's car park.
Sunday, May 15
Barcarolle Choir, an international female choir based in London and its Music Director Sam Evans, are delighted to announce their forthcoming Fundraiser concert at Trumpeter's House built on the former site of Richmond Palace. Barcarolle Choir is formed by two groups performing pop/modern repertoire and classical/contemporary repertoire.
The choir will perform musical pieces combining a wide range of musical genres (Fauré, Adele, Bocelli, Marsh, Gounod/ Bach...
The singers will be accompanied by the talented Oliver Lallemant at the piano.
The performance will be followed by a Tea served on the great lawn and people will be more than welcome to join the choir in some free dancing.
This fundraising event is organised in support of the Princess Alice Hospice based in Esher a local hospice caring for patients and families through illness and bereavement for as long as they need us.