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                                                  14th-22nd  July 2018

                              Sunbury and Shepperton Arts Festival

                                    

PROGRAMME

Saturday July 14 to Sunday July 22

– During Events at the Riverside Arts Centre – DAPHNE CLEMENT EXHIBITION

Admission Free  

Saturday July 14 – 8.30pm (Doors 7.30pm)

LAUGHING CHILI COMEDY CLUB

Comedy as part of the Sunbury & Shepperton Arts Festival, with 5 fabulous acts joining us at RAC.

Tickets:  £12 (thelittleboxoffice.com/laughingchili)


Sunday July 15 – 4.00pm

KH DANCE ACADEMY SUMMER REVUE

The dance school will be performing a selection of dances to show the broad spectrum of styles of dance

Tickets:  £8 (07891 675 753 / info@kh-danceacademy.co.uk)


Sunday July 15 – 7.30pm

JAN NOBLE – MY NAME IS SWAN

The day before the Royal Swan Upping, the local poet presents a programme of his poetry with film and presentation to explain the context and background.

Tickets: £12 (to include complimentary glass of wine)


Monday July 16 – 8.00pm

NICK POLLARD – FLOODS PAST & PRESENT

A talk on the long history of flooding in the Sunbury and Shepperton area.

Tickets:  £12


Tuesday July 17 – 2.00pm

SUNBURY-ON-THAMES FLOWER CLUB –

FUN WITH FLOWERS

A Make-and-Take Flower Arranging Workshop

Tickets:  £12


Tuesday July 17 – 8.00pm

ILLYRIA – THE MERCHANT OF VENICE

International award-winning Illyria promises a Shakespeare production to keep you on the edge of your seat!

Tickets:  £15  (Illyria.cloudvenue.co.uk)


Wednesday July 18 – 8.00pm

DR. LAURENCE SHAFE – THE ART OF VICTORIAN PHOTOGRAPHY

A talk on the invention and blossoming of photography.

Tickets:  £12


Thursday July 19 – 12.00am

THE SHAHIN – A TASTE OF INDIAN

A lunchtime demonstration and tasting workshop of Indian cuisine.

Tickets £17.50


Thursday July 19 – 6.15pm

TALK & FILM AT SHEPPERTON STUDIOS

Visit to Shepperton Studios with a talk on the history of the Studios followed by a glass of Prosecco and canapés to precede a showing of ‘Into the Woods’.

Tickets:  £20


Friday July 20 – 7.30pm

SumeetsStep2Step – BOLLYWOOD DANCING WORKSHOP

Enjoy a colourful world-class performance with a fusion of modern Bollywood styles followed by a chance to learn some of the signature moves in an interactive workshop.

Tickets:  £16


Saturday July 21 – 11.00am (Doors 10.15)

CAROLE BOYD & LYNDA CHANG – ‘LA DOLCE VITA’

A programme of Words and Music celebrating the Joys of Life.

PRECEDED BY COFFEE & CROISSANT

Tickets:  £12


Saturday July 21 – 8.00pm

STAGE LEFT PROJECT – BERNSTEIN’S ‘TROUBLE IN TAHITI’.

Marking the centenary of Leonard Bernstein’s birth, Stage Left Project presents a barbershop rendition of classic Bernstein tunes, followed by his 45m opera ‘Trouble in Tahiti’.

Tickets:  £16


Sunday July 22 – 2.30pm

GEORGE HARLIONO – PIANO RECITAL

THE RECITAL WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A CREAM TEA.

The 17-year-old winner of major international piano competitions will play Beethoven’s Appassionata Sonata Opus 57, Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No.6, and Stravinsky’s Petrouchka.

Tickets:  £16


Sunday July 22 – 8.00pm

MOOD INDIGO EVENTS – ‘THE BEAT GOES ON’

The evening evokes the cool, stylish world of 1950’s New York jazz.

Tickets:  £12