Here’s a few of my highlights of what’s on in the local area in January and early February. Just click on the event for information and/or tickets.
Theatre & The Arts
Until 2nd February: Winter Exhibition, View Gallery Thames Ditton
10th – 13th January: The Addams Family – A Musical, Hampton Hill Theatre
9th – 17th February: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde at The Rose Theatre, Kingston
Just for Grown-Ups!
Sunday 21st January, 8pm: Ed Byrne, Spoiler Alert, The Rose Theatre, Kingston
Saturday 10th February, 7.30pm: Surburbaret, Suburban Cabaret! Corner House Theatre Surbiton.
Sunday 11th February, 7.30pm: Icons of the 80s – Go West, Nik Kershaw & The Cutting Crew, New Wimbledon Theatre
Thursday 25th January, 7.30pm: Burns night dinner with wine and whiskey pairing at The Boaters Inn, Kingston.
Thursday 25th January, 8.30pm: Aaron and The Argonauts at The Ram Jam Club, Kingston. Headed up by Aaron Liddard, saxophonist to the late Amy Winehouse.
Fitness & Health Classes
Sunday 28th January, 9.15am – 4.30pm: Kingston Yoga and Vegan Festival, Hollyfield School, Surbiton
Tuesday Evenings: Fight Klub at Hollyfield School, Surbiton
Thursday mornings: Fitness Yoga at Vera Fletcher Hall, Thames Ditton.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursdays: Meditation & Mindfulness Classes, Vera Fletcher Hall, Thames Ditton.
Kids & Family Friendly Entertainment
Sat 27th January, 2.30pm: Little Angel Theatre presents: Red Riding Hood and the Wolf
Saturday 10th February and every day over Half Term: Invasive Species Trail at Claremont Landscape Garden, Esher
Sundays 12-5pm: Sunday Carvery at The Holiday Inn, Surbiton. Includes bottomless cocktails for the grown-ups and a candy cart for the kids. They even have a retro vintage Carvery trolley for 1962 that they wheel to your table and carve in front of you. I may well have to try this… £27 per head including 3 courses and cocktails, advance booking is highly recommended. Well done Holiday Inn for a very eye-catching offering.