Normansfield theatre in Teddington

Events at the Normansfield Theatre, Teddington Autumn/Winter 2017

Favouites of Stage and Screen
Saturday, 9th September 2017 at 7.30pm

Richmond Symphonic Concert Band have kindly agreed to perform at Normansfield Theatre again for a charity event. All proceeds from this event will go to the Down’s Syndrome Association. Charity Number 1061474.
The evening will be featuring music from evergreen shows such as My Fair Lady and Les Miserables, also tunes from the silver screen.
Tickets are: £10 for adults, £8 for concessions and group bookings of 4 are £30. Please book online below or call us on 0333 1212 300 or online at

THE MAGNIFICENT MUSIC HALL
Saturday, 30th September 2017 at 7.30pm

Jan Hunt and The Paper Moon Theatre Company proudly presents “THE MAGNIFICENT MUSIC HALL ”
Back by popular demand with a new show and a few surprises we invite you on our journey down memory lane to the glorious and glamorous heyday of the great ‘British Music Hall’ a truly golden era.
Helming this splendid afternoon of rich entertainment of song dance, magic &laughter will be your eloquent & elegantly waistcoated Chairman complete with gavel and sharp wit together with an ‘august’ line up of artistes who have all appeared on BBC TV’S THE GOOD OLD DAYS ( now being rerun on BBC 4) Tickets: £18 and £16 concessions from 0333 1212 300 or online at www.langdondowncentre.org.uk

An Evening with Joyce Grenfell and Friends
Saturday, 21st October at 7.30pm

Nicola Keen transports us back to the 30s, 40s and 50s with her sparkling recreation of the personality and work of that national treasure Joyce Grenfell. The show features the best of Joyce’s delightful songs and monologues from ‘Stately As A Galleon’ to ‘School Nativity Play’. In the second half of the evening, Joyce is our guide for a delightful romp through the history of West End Revue featuring Flanders and Swann, Noel Coward, Beyond the Fringe, Ivor Novello and many more. All proceeds from this event are going to the David Adams Leukaemia Appeal fund. They are aiming to raise £200,00 to support the building of a new haemato-oncology unit at the Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton. This project is endorsed by Prince William, Duke of Cambridge. Further information is available from adams.appeal~virgin.net

Don Giovanni
Thames Philharmonia and Instant Opera
13 October at 7pm, and 14 October at 6.30pm

Tickets: £30 adults and £28 for group bookings of 5+
Following their hugely successful sell-out performances of The Marriage of Figaro this year, Thames Philharmonia Orchestra (now in association with Instant Opera) present Mozart’s Don Giovanni – often described as “the greatest opera ever composed”.
This brand new production promises to be sensational and unique. In partnership with Instant Opera, they have adapted this classic tale to portray literature’s “serial seducer” in a way that you have never seen him before!
With Mozart’s glorious music sung in the original Italian (with English subtitles) and the magnificent playing of Thames Philharmonia orchestra, this will be an unmissable event.
Performers: Don Giovanni – Nicholas George; Leporello – Crispin Lewis; Donna Anna – Susanna Hogan, Emma Dogliani; Don Ottavio – David George Mendezes, Andrew Evans; Donna Elvira – Tamara Ravenhill; Zerlina – Anna McLachlan,Camilla Jeppeson; Masetto – Ian Pope, David Danson; Commendatore – Jonathan Storey
Conductor: Byung Yun-Yu; Artistic Directors and Co-producers – Nicholas George and Tamara Ravenhill; Stage Manager – Tracey Gillard. Artistic concept by Instant Opera.`

The Teddington Review
Saturday 11 November 2017 at 7.30pm

Normansfield Theatre is hosting The Teddington Review on 11th November, as part of the 800 year celebrations.
An amusing and specially commissioned play of scenes based on the key historical development periods of the town and hosted in the wonderful Grade II* listed theatre of the Langdon Down Centre.
7pm Doors open and Bar
7.30pm Performance starts, running time approx 1hr 15mins
10pm Bar closes

Hercules
Richmond Opera
Fri/Sat/Sun 17,18,19 November 2017

Richmond Opera present Handel’s dramatic tragedy. Fully staged with an orchestra.

Normansfield Christmas Craft Fair
Saturday 25th November from 11am to 4.30pm

Come along to our annual Normansfield Christmas Craft Fair on Saturday 25th November from 11am to 4.30pm. All proceeds from this day are going to the Down’s Syndrome Association. There will be 25-30 stalls selling handcrafted gifts – ceramics, ornaments, clothing, jewellery, cosmetics, cards, prints, Christmas gifts and much more.
There’s be a coffee shop all day selling delicious cakes and hot drinks. We’ll also have a children’s activity table for children to make/decorate a Christmas decoration (small charge of £1 per child).
Admission is free so drop in and do your Christmas shopping here.

Normansfield Christmas Concert
Saturday 9 December 2017 at 7.30pm

We’re delighted to be holding the Normansfield Christmas Concert on Saturday, 9th December at 7.30pm The evening will feature the Voices of Lions male voice choir, the Larondina Dance Company and the Marble Hill Singers. All proceeds from the evening are going to the Down’s Syndrome Association.

Opera Encores
Sunday 10 December 2017 at 7pm

Commedia presents an entertaining and guided tour through the evolution of opera. With professional singers and the Virtual Reality Orchestra.
Tickets: £15 from 0333 1212 300 or online at www.langdondowncentre.org.uk