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Petros Singers

Petros Singers This choir is considered to be one of London’s leading amateur chamber choirs. The Petros Singers’ musical director Richard Bannan is himself a well-known singer who sings in the choir of St George’s Chapel, Windsor and has performed at recent royal weddings. They give three or four concerts each year, mainly in West London but also regularly in major venues in Central London and sometimes further afield. They perform a wide variety of music to a high standard, placing particular emphasis on vibrant and communicative singing. Repertoire is often idiosyncratic, eschewing the typical canonical works to shine a light on forgotten masterpieces and rare choral treasures. The choir has around 35 auditioned singers. The standard is high and ris

Rock Choir Chiswick

Rock Choir Chiswick Rock Choir is the UK’s leading contemporary award-winning choir experience offering local weekly rehearsals, performances and life-affirming events to more than 400 towns and communities across the UK. Rock Choir was created by singer and musician, Caroline Redman Lusher and remains a family-run organisation originating in Farnham, Surrey in 2005. She initiated a brand new, accessible and glamorous approach to contemporary community singing which grew quickly and dramatically from humble beginnings into what it is today. Rock Choir is recognised as the first of its kind to offer a no-audition and no-requirement-to-read-music choir experience in the UK and invites anyone with any level of musical experience to join. It attracts everyone who loves to sin

Chiswick Cheese Market

Image above: Chiswick Cheese Market Chiswick Cheese Market Chiswick Cheese Market takes place on the third Sunday of every month in the Old Market Place, outside George IV pub in Chiswick High Rd. You will find around 20 stalls selling 90 or so different artisan cheeses. Chiswick was originally known as Cheesewick. Chiswick was first recorded c.1000 as the Old English Ceswican meaning “Cheese Farm”; the riverside area of Duke’s Meadows is thought to have supported an annual cheese fair up until the 18th century’. (Source Gillian Clegg, Chiswick Past & Present). The organisers of Chiswick Cheese Market, a group of local women who are all cooks, collectively known as

Chiswick Antiques & Vintage Market

Image above: Chiswick Antiques & Vintage Market; photograph Barbara Chandler Chiswick Antiques & Vintage Market Chiswick Antiques & Vintage Market takes place on the second Sunday of every month on Chiswick High Rd. Opened in May 2021, it's run by Jennifer Titmuss, who also has a long established antiques market in St Albans and has brought many of the dealers with her to Chiswick. The market occupies the same space as the Chiswick Flower Market and the Cheese Market, Old Market Place, outside George IV and spreads out along the south side of Chiswick High

Chiswick Flower Market

Image above: Chiswick Flower Market in the early days easing our way out of the pandemic, when wearing a mask was required; photograph Anna Kunst Chiswick Flower Market Chiswick Flower Market takes place on the first Sunday of every month in the Old Market Place, outside George IV pub in Chiswick High Rd. The idea of running a flower market on the spot where soldiers returning from the First World War set up the first outdoor market in Chiswick 100 years earlier, was mooted by Ollie Saunders, a local resident and commercial property surveyor who used to trek regularly from his home in Devonshire Rd to Columbia Rd Market for flowers. READ ALSO: Re

Cercle Français Chiswick

There is a French conversation group which takes place in Chiswick once a month. Le Cercle Francais meets on the second Friday of the month in the Raphael Room of St Michael & All Angels Church. Each month a speakers gives a talk in French on a French subject. Past talks have covered a wide variety of topics, from Champagne to Clemenceau and his relationship with the artist Monet. There's time for meeting and conversing before and after the lecture. Keep an eye on The Chiswick Calendar website for details of talks, or Cercle Francais Chiswick's own website. To find out more about the society, contact Joan Blackham. Email: joanblackham@gmail.com / Phone: 07956 245438

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Introducing KM Music School

KM Music School is a brand-new specialist piano and singing school in Chiswick. Already offering trial lessons over the summer, the school opens fully in September. They will offer a range of classes and tutoring and a variety of genres. Whether you're interested in classical music, rock, pop or musicals, now's your chance to learn. Kitty Man, namesake and director, says KM Music School will offer classes in music and performing, as well as offering training to music teachers, performers and composers. Each programme is tailored specifically to meet each individual’s needs and requirements so it doesn’t matter if you’re an up-and-coming Broadway star or have never sung a note in your life. KM Music School are part of The Chiswick Calendar's Club Card scheme, so members can get

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Better Mental Health Chiswick

Better Mental Health Chiswick This is a group started by prospective Labour councillors in Chiswick. During the local election campaign in 2018 it was noticeable on the doorstep that concerns about mental health were common.  The Labour candidates weren't elected as councillors but decided they wanted to do something to improve the situation regardless. They are striving to grow a broad network of people and organisations who will work together to help improve mental health provision and support in Chiswick by: Working with others in order to improve mental health services for Chiswick people building connections to support mental wellbeing for people in Chiswick with events and information. Get in touch a

Age Concern Chiswick Friendship Club

Age Concern Chiswick Friendship Club Age Concern Chiswick meets Mondays and Thursdays for tea, coffee, snacks, music and friendship. On Mondays there’s a keep fit class from 12.00 noon till 1.00 pm and at 2.00 pm there’s a bingo session. On Thursdays they run a craft group from 11am to 12.30pm for any older people who would like to learn knitting, crochet and embroidery, or just bring along their own projects to do in a sociable setting, followed by bingo at 2.00 pm. The branch also organises occasional coach trips, tea dances and jumble sales. If you’re interested in finding out more they’d be delighted to hear from you on 020 8742 7007 or email ageconcernchiswick@t

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