What's on inTeddington

Welcome to Teddington

Enjoy a mix of heritage, history, lively arts whilst visiting Teddington - our guide to events and days out is just the ticket.

Whether you're looking to brush up on local history at a museum, enjoy local arts, watch some sport, or listen to live music, you're sure to find things to do in Teddington to suit all the family, whatever the weather.

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Forthcoming events in Teddington

Piano Recital with Henry Roche
Normansfield Theatre, Langdon Down Centre

After a very successful first concert at Normansfield Theatre in February of this year Henry returns on 14 September at 7pm with a piano recital of music by Moscheles and Mendelssohn.Henry Roche was Head of Royal Ballet Music Staff at the…

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Normansfield Theatre, Langdon Down Centre

Rose Operas new production of Morzarts opera seria Idomeneo explores the timeless story of love jealousy family loyalties in a war torn country. Featuring Rose Opera Principals Orchestra and Chorus.Tickets are £22‐£25 for the evening performances and £15‐£20 for the matinee.…

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La bohème
Normansfield Theatre, Langdon Down Centre

INSTANT OPERA returns to the Normansfield Theatre to premiere its spectacular new production of Giacomo Puccinis most‐loved masterpiece La bohme featuring a stellar international cast.Times: Friday 18th Saturday 19th 19:30‐21:30 and Sunday 20th 17:00‐19:00 …

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Normansfield Theatre, Langdon Down Centre

Carmen an Opera in four acts by a French composer Georges Bizet which has become one of the best‐known plots with the most memorable music.Librettists Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halevy have fashioned a timeless story…

Tourist Attractions

Thorpe Park

ColossusRiders flung into a record breaking 10 loops of fear at 65 kph. 120 jockey wheels of NASA‐developed materials tenaciously grip 850 metres of proximity‐sensor monitored track. Supermagnets await braking commands from awesome processing software. 2 minutes feel like 2 hours.Nemesis Inferno77 kph comes up too soon. G's…

Buckingham Palace

George III bought Buckingham House in 1761 for his wife Queen Charlotte to use as a comfortable family home close to St James's Palace, where many court functions were held. Buckingham House became known as the Queen's House, and 14 of George III's 15 children were born there.…

The Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum traces its roots to the middle of the eighteenth century with the establishment of the British Museum in Bloomsbury. The British Museum housed the collection of Sir Hans Sloane 1660‐1753, a prominent London physician and collector. Sloane's collection was extremely varied, including everything from…

Kew Palace

CLOSED FOR REPAIRSKew Palace, used by the royal family between 1729 and 1818, is the last survivor of several important royal residences at Kew. The Palace, George III's family home, set in the grounds of the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, is currently closed for major repairs.…

Royal Mews

One of the finest working stables in existence, the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace provides a unique opportunity for visitors to see the work of the Royal Household department that provides road transport for The Queen and members of the Royal Family by both horse‐drawn carriage and motor…

Science Museum

The Science Museum is the world's pre‐eminent science museum. It houses outstanding collections relating to science, technology and medicine, and is one of the most prestigious and respected organisations dedicated to the promotion of public science and technology. Our collections form an enduring record of scientific, technological, engineering…

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