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Visit the William Morris Museum

May 18 @ 2:00 pmDecember 31 @ 5:00 pm BST
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William Morris (24 March 1834 – 3 October 1896) was a revolutionary force in Victorian Britain whose work dramatically changed the fashions and ideologies of the era. As a craftsman, designer, poet, printer, socialist, novelist, and environmentalist, Morris was not only influential in his own time, but his legacy remains alive and important today. The William Morris Society is based in the Coach House and the basement of the Kelmscott House, where he lived from 1878 until his death in…

Summer Cycle at Kew Gardens

May 21August 11

Join Kew to celebrate summer with a magical evening bike ride. As bicycles are not usually allowed in the Gardens, this is a unique opportunity for you to explore Kew’s most beautiful spots with friends and family. Take in the enchanted woodlands and beautiful blooms; stop for a picnic or summer drink and listen to live music; smell the aroma of the Rose Garden as the sun begins to set. Make an evening of it with your own picnic, or dine at one…

Online Childrens Theatre – Myths and Adventures from Ancient Greece

May 27December 31

In this new series of tales from Ancient Greece, children will enter a miniature world full of exciting adventures, with the battered insect Hope as their guide. Hope journeys into the world of Ancient Greece to escape Pandora's Box, warn King Midas of his greed, seek Persephone in the Underworld and help Theseus to defeat the Minotaur. In this third tale, everyone needs a little Hope - including King Midas. Tickets: Free Book Tickets: The online plays are available at…

Hounslow Visual Arts Programme – What Do You Not See

May 27September 11

This exhibition from the Creative People and Places Hounslow Visual Arts Programme brings together the work of seven UK-based contemporary visual artists illuminating what it’s like to live with a hidden disability. The exhibition has been curated in collaboration with members of the local community who devised the idea, and have selected the artists and works for the exhibition. The members of the group were inspired to create this exhibition by their own experiences of hidden disability, for example, as a disabled person, or…

Hounslow Visual Arts Programme – HOME

May 27September 11

Documenting everyday life lived almost exclusively in domestic spaces, these works respond creatively to sudden and increased restrictions and limitations. As home increasingly became a space where we worked, socialised and learned during lockdown, it also inspired new creative outputs. From using family as subjects of portraits, to recording the moments of connection using digital tools, these beautiful and often poignant images capture experiences that many of us will recognise. HOME is an exhibition of work by ten students on…

Hounslow Visual Arts Programme – Animal Stories

May 27September 11

From the rare species of snails found in Isleworth Ait, to the thousands of animals entering the UK through Heathrow Airport’s Animal Reception Centre from across the world, this intriguing story is told through the recollections of local people and research of historical records and archives. Travel through time from the Chiswick House Menagerie of the 19th century to the present day to see how our relationship to animals has shaped Hounslow and the communities that live and work here.…

Chiswick House: Bring Into Being art exhibition

May 27October 31

Bring Into Being is an experimental programme of art commissions, events and workshops marking a new chapter for Chiswick House and Gardens.  Presenting three site-specific artworks by Peter Adjaye, Jaimini Patel and Turner Prize winning Mark Wallinger, alongside workshops and events, Bring Into Being  'responds to the many incarnations of Chiswick House and tests the future possibilities of our Grade 1 listed site'. Chiswick House Trust is looking to widen the scope and the appeal of the House and Gradens, to attract more visitors, and to encourage existing visitors to use the park…

Visit London Museum of Water and Steam, Brentford

May 29December 31

The museum will be reopening Saturday 29 May. The London Museum of Water & Steam is an independent museum founded in 1975 as the Kew Bridge Steam Museum. It was rebranded in early 2014 following a major investment project. ‘Based in the historic buildings of the former Kew Bridge Waterworks, the London Museum of Water & Steam tells the story of London's water supply, the site, its people and the amazing pumping engines that helped to make London the great…

Hounslow Visual Arts Programme – Vibrant Landings

June 19September 11

This new exhibition by artist Noelle Genevier from CPP Hounslow's Visual Arts Programme explores colour and nature through contemporary collage.  Noelle Genevier’s work starts with colour and material; folded paper and photographs that combine in her collages to create new worlds of ideas. These collages take two forms; the digitally created, flat patterns, and the more organic handmade three-dimensional assemblages. These forms echo Noelle’s interest in the environment, both urban and natural, coming together at a threshold of shifts and…

Theatre at Riverside Studios – Mischief Movie Night In

July 2August 1

After the roaring international success of Mischief Movie Night In, the Mischief team are back streamed live around the world with a new series of improvised movies, directed by you! This show is streamed direct from Riverside Studios – and you get to choose to either be in the live studio audience, or to sit back and relax in the comfort of your own sofa. This new run will include Sequel Sunday on 18th July and a binge-worthy Trilogy Day…

Ealing Art Group’s Summer Exhibition

July 3August 1

Ealing Art Group have announced that their second summer exhibition will take place in July at Gunnersbury Park Museum. Founded in 1910, The Art Group is  following in the footsteps of Madeline Green, one of Gunnersbury Park's founder members whose work was recently exhibited there. This exhibition reflects the eclectic mix of artists and makers living and working within the borough and the variety of mediums used to create their art. The work on show will include paintings in various…

Special exhibition: Paula Rego at Hogarth’s House

July 20November 28

Image above: 'After Hogarth IV' (2000) Paula Rego. This July, Hogarth’s House will host a selection of 42 works by Paula Rego including Prints, lithographs etchings and more. An artist of remarkable imagination, her work has forever changed the representation of women in figurative art. This exhibition will display works from throughout the artist's career and explore how her admiration for William Hogarth has inspired elements of her work. Dame Paula Rego was born in Portugal in 1935 and now…

ParkTennis Sessions

July 23 @ 8:00 amDecember 31 @ 5:00 pm BST

This event runs every Saturday morning from 10am-11am at Gunnersbury Park. Parktennis is for players of all ages and abilities. They have a family court for parents to play with their young children using softer red balls, typically for children aged 9 and under. The remaining courts are used for the teenagers and adults. The adults play a mixture of singles, doubles and fun team games that are designed for all levels of ability, active and inclusive of large numbers.…

Summer Fun Fridays at Christ Church W4

July 23 @ 12:00 pmAugust 13 @ 3:00 pm BST

Looking for something to do now the summer holidays are here?  Come and join Christ Church W4 from 12 to 3pm on Friday 23 and 30 July at Christ Church Turnham Green and on 13 August at St Albans Acton Green. Guests can expect a bouncy castle, games, refreshments and music. Just turn up – everyone is most welcome. Tickets: Free   All events in Chiswick See our events listings for all events in Chiswick: whats-on-in-chiswick Support The Chiswick Calendar…

Theatre on Kew: The Wind in the Willows

July 24August 30

The Wind in the Willows is Kenneth Grahame’s classic story of life on the riverbank. A rollicking yet gentle adventure with best friends Ratty, Mole, Badger, Otter and, of course, the arrogant, vain and hilarious Toad. This critically acclaimed, outdoor theatre production set against the magical backdrop of Kew's Lake, is packed with much-loved colourful characters, music, song and laughter. There is fun for young and old alike as the Head Chief Rabbit transforms your young ones into rabbits with…

Splash! at The London Museum of Water and Steam

July 24August 29

Dive into summer holiday fun at the London Museum of Water & Steam. Get soaked in the splash zone and their paddling pools, get creative with storytelling and crafts, and be amazed by their bubbles shows. Musical Mark will be back with his wonderful music sessions on Thursdays and Sundays at 2pm during the summer holidays. Tickets: Children: Free, Adults: £17, Concessions: £15 Book tickets: lmws.digitickets.co.uk See our events listings of all the events happening in Chiswick here: chiswickcalendar.co.uk/whats-on-in-chiswick Support…

Hogarth Community Centre – Summer Programme

July 26August 19

  Hogarth Youth and Community Centre is a vibrant hub for the community in the heart of Chiswick. The Centre offers sessions and services for the whole family, from Mother and baby/toddler sessions, kids youth clubs, children and adult karate classes, a club for senior citizens plus lots more. Hogarth Youth Centre provides a range of youth programmes for young people aged 8-21. This includes Junior Club for 8 – 11 year olds, Intermediates Club for young people in Years…

Cycle Training at Osterley Park

July 26August 20

This summer, Bikeworks and Hounslow council are teaming up to offer your children free (with deposit) Bikeability Training, Level 1 & Level 2. They are running 2 courses of 5-days long in Osterley Park from Monday 26 July to Friday 30 July 2021 and Monday 16 August to Friday 20 August 2021. This is a 5-day course designed to build children’s confidence to cycle independently on-road. Your child must be 9 years old and over, able to ride independently and…

AKTIVA Summer Camp for Children aged 4-12

July 26August 27

Aktiva provide an outstanding Ofsted registered activity day camps for children aged 3-11 during school holidays. Their Sports Coaches, Dance Teachers and Activity Leaders have been working hard to devise a fantastic range of sports, games, science/technology and art activities every day at all of our fantastic locations. All sessions are planned with the different age groups in mind. From the minute their doors open until the very last child is picked up, every day is filled with action, adventure…

Theatre on Kew – A Midsummer Night’s Dream

July 28August 29

Set beneath heritage trees within Kew Gardens, this is Midsummer Night's Dream in uniquely botanical surroundings - as twilight falls, the stage is set for Shakespeare under the stars. This beguiling comedy of enchantment and transformation is brought to life within a dream-like woodland filled with feuding fairies, eloping lovers and a hapless troupe of actors. There's magic in the air alongside wild thyme, oxlips, nodding violets, luscious woodbine, sweet musk roses and eglantine. It's an alfresco romp peppered with…

Watermans Summer Holiday Programme

July 28August 12

This Summer the Watermans is hosting a range of activities aimed around 'having fun and being together'. From graffiti to photography, animation to printing, mask-making to drumming. You name it, they've probably got it going on during their three-week Summertime Holiday Festival 28 July – 12 August. Brimming with inspiring workshops, activities, events and free fun drop-in activities, there’s something for everyone aged 2 to 12+, kicking off with a family friendly concert by Mellow Baku. Creative Chinese Caligraphy -…

Kayaking in Osterley Park

July 29October 31

The Sharks run sessions at Osterley Park every Summer on Sundays from April through till the end of October. They have now added Wednesday sessions during the Summer Holidays, giving guests even more opportunities for fun. There are both double and single sit-on-top boats available. While these boats are very stable and easy to use, The Sharks ask that you turn up 15 minutes before the session starts so they can get you ready, give you basic instructions and get you on…

Books & Writers, Chiswick walking trail

August 1
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Image above: Nancy Mitford; Rose Cottage, Strand on the Green, where she lived Torin Douglas, Director of the Chiswick Book Festival, has made it his mission to research Chiswick’s literary history. Chiswick can lay claim to two winners of the Nobel Prize for Literature (and one nominee) plus one Booker Prize winner, three Oscar winners (and two nominees), a Poet Laureate and several writers who merit blue plaques. All of which prompted the Observer to comment: ‘Chiswick may be the…

Arts & Crafts walking trail, Hammersmith

August 1
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Riverside trail taking in the homes of some of the leading lights of the Arts & Crafts movement. The riverside at Hammersmith was an important hub for the Arts & Crafts movement. Arts & Crafts Hammersmith launched the trail along the River Thames in June 2019 so you can follow in the footsteps of poet, novelist, designer and socialist William Morris and his great friend Emery Walker, the founder of the Doves Press. This is a walk that you can…

Visit The Chiswick Cinema

August 1
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Chiswick’s first new cinema since 1934, with five screens and a members’ bar, is now open. Film fans can choose from three cinema screening rooms seating around 100 people each and two smaller screens, one of them for hire as a private screening room seating 15 people, with a private dining space adjacent. The main café serves a wide range of food and beverages throughout the day and evening. One of the features of the cinema is its ‘green wall’, recently…

Online Children’s Theatre – Sleep Squad

August 1
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Sleep Squad from Story Pirates is an American interactive musical production suitable for ages 4-12, starring Tony Award nominee Lilli Cooper. She’s the Dream Queen, pilot of the spaceship Ariem. It launches kids into the Slumber Galaxy on three different missions as they train to become members of the Sleep Squad—an elite group of the world’s most advanced dreamers. Sleep Squad hopefuls are sent into space to explore stories adapted from real kids’ dreams along with the co-pilot of their choice…

Art & Artists, Chiswick walking trail

August 1
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Image above: Jan Pienkowski's image of the Russian Orthodox Cathedral in Chiswick Chiswick has been home to several very famous artists over the centuries. When Karen Liebreich and Sarah Cruz of Abundance London created the the Chiswick Timeline mural under the railway bridge at Turnham Green Terrace in 2017, they included images of paintings by some of the area's best known artists. At the same time they launched a map of 19 sites of artistic interest, including Johan Zoffany’s house…

Chiswick School – Car Boot Sale

August 1
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The Chiswick Car Boot Sale will be restarting on Sunday 4 July One of the most successful car boot sales in the South East, the Chiswick Car Boot sale offers a glorious serendipitous mix of stuff: clothes, plants, DVDs & CDs, books, furniture, toys, you name it. Most of it is second hand, some new, but there are some real bargains to be had. The sale is held on the first Sunday of the month, every month except January, at…

Visit Syon Park

August 1
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Syon is one of the last great houses in London which is still lived in by a member of the aristocracy. It has been in the family of the present owner, the Duke of Northumberland, for more than 400 years. The park land, which is also home to the Syon Park Hilton hotel and children’s indoor play area Snakes and Ladders, never closes. Gardens The Gardens, created by ‘Capability’ Brown in the eighteenth century, are open 10.30am – 4.30pm, Wednesday…

Gunnerbury Park and Museum

Visit Gunnersbury Park

August 1
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Gunnersbury Park is considered by English Heritage to be one of the most important parks in the country. Originally a country estate, it is now bordered by Acton, Brentford, Chiswick and Ealing. Gunnersbury is jointly owned by Hounslow and Ealing councils and run by a not-for-profit company, Gunnersbury CIC. The park has beautiful ornamental gardens with woods and lakes and a new sports hub with nine-hole golf, tennis courts, football and cricket pitches. The sports hub is currently open for…

Visit Chiswick House Gardens

August 1
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Gardens open every day, open 7.00 am - dusk

Chiswick House is a beautiful example of Classical architecture in the style of Italian Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio. Built by Richard Boyle, 3rd earl of Burlington, 1727-9, the villa was famous in its heyday during the 18th and 19th centuries for some of the most sumptuous entertainments ever held in Britain. The rich decoration and many paintings are well worth the entrance fee. Image above: Chiswick House; photograph Jennifer Griffiths Chiswick House and the Kitchen Garden are open 27 May to…

Visit the Fuller’s Brewery

August 1
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Chiswick has been home to a brewery for over 600 years, with the Fuller, Smith & Turner partnership forming in 1845. The brewery, now owned by Asahi, run tours so people can see how Fuller’s beers are made. The tour, starting in the brewery shop, tells the story of how the Griffin Brewery was formed and how it has developed, as well as showing you the genuine working brewery where more than 50 beers are brewed to this day. Finishing…

Visit Kew Gardens

August 1
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Kew Gardens is home to the world’s most diverse collection of living plants; 132 hectares of landscape which is exceptionally beautiful in any season. The Gardens are open, but visitors have to book a time slot in advance. The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew is a UNESCO World Heritage site. An outing for all seasons In winter the Palm House welcomes you into the warmth of the rainforest, the Princess of Wales Conservatory invites you to explore ten of the…

Visit Gunnersbury Triangle, nature reserve

August 1
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A green oasis created by intersecting railway lines, saved from development in the 1980s and managed by the London Wildlife Trust for wildlife and people. This wet woodland nature reserve is a haven for birds and small mammals, which take advantage of the sheltered birch and willow.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_8SvLBhxCI Walkways and footpaths help guide visitors around the ponds and acid grassland areas through this wild oasis in Chiswick. You can just wander round and enjoy the peace and beauty of…

In Georgian footsteps, Chiswick walking trail

August 1
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Brentford & Chiswick Local History Society and William Hogarth Trust have co-created In Georgian Footsteps, a guided trail of 18th Century Chiswick. In Georgian times what we now know as Chiswick was three villages: Chiswick Town, Strand on the Green and Turnham Green, with fields, nursery gardens and orchards between them. The ancient Bath Rd, which today is Chiswick High Rd, ran east-west across common land on which Turnham Green grew up as a settlement with blacksmiths, farriers and inns…

Visit Osterley Park

August 1 @ 9:00 am5:00 pm BST
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Osterley Park is a Georgian country estate in west London, now owned by the National Trust. Described by Horace Walpole as ‘the palace of palaces’, Osterley was created in the late 18th century by architect and designer Robert Adam for the Child family to entertain and impress their friends and clients. While the park is open every day from 09.00 and the café is open for takeaway, the bookshop, house and shop remain closed until further notice. The garden is…

Guided Rides – Richmond Park to Osterley Park House

August 1 @ 9:30 am1:00 pm BST

Riders will meet at the Pen Ponds Cafe which is next door to Spankers Hill Wood Car Park and Cycle out of the park via the Ham gate and into Ham and down to the Thames and the south bank of the Thames path to Richmond and the Richmond Weir where the cross the Thames, then make their way to Syon Park, home of the Dukes of Northumberland. Then out to the mouth of the River Brent at Brentford and…

Chiswick Flower Market

August 1 @ 9:30 am3:00 pm BST
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Outdoor flower market on Chiswick High Rd, the first Sunday of every month. Chiswick’s new flower market is already rivalling its East End counterpart in Columbia Rd. Traders sell cut flowers and live plants, bouquets, dried arrangements and plant accessories. Come here for your bedding plants, bulbs, houseplants and flowers. Chiswick Flower Market is the first new flower market to be established in London for 150 years and is run by a group of volunteers who are local residents. The…

Visit the London Wetland Centre, Barnes

August 1 @ 9:30 am5:30 pm BST
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WWT London Wetland Centre is a wetland reserve managed by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust. An urban oasis for wildlife, with wading birds, ducks and otters. A lovely place to go, with or without kids. Find out about WWT’s conservation work and the birds they are helping to save from extinction. Enjoy the lakes, ponds and gardens, café and play areas. The Wetlands Centre has reopened on a timed entry ticket system. Every visitor will need to pre-book. The centre…

RMS Hogarth Club Farmers Market

August 1 @ 10:00 am2:00 pm BST
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The Hogarth Club are excited to be welcoming the vendors at RMS Markets to The Hogarth every Sunday from 2nd May. They will be hosting a myriad of small, independent traders in our Car Park between 10am – 2pm for members and local residents. Stalls will include fresh fruit and veg, locally sourced meat, organic cheeses, delicious bakes, specialist delicacies and home-made treats. These will be supported by The Airedale Café & Bar for takeaway coffees, teas, smoothies and more.…

The Food Market Chiswick

August 1 @ 10:00 am2:00 pm BST
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The Food Market Chiswick is a collection of stalls where the stallholders are also the producers of the food, so the food is fresh and seasonal. There are stallholders offering prepared food: a selection of street food, handmade bread, cakes and pastries, and those offering the ingredients: fine rare breed meats, fish, fresh seasonal vegetables, unpasteurised milk and artisan cheeses. The market puts you, the customer, in direct contact with the farmers, fishmongers, growers and bakers, so you can talk…

Visit the Musical Museum, Brentford

August 1 @ 10:30 am3:30 pm BST
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The Musical Museum will be reopening on Friday 28 May The Musical Museum is a museum of musical instruments which also hosts live concerts. From tiny music boxes to the Mighty Wurlitzer theatre organ, the Musical Museum tells the story of how people have captured and listened to music in Europe over the past four centuries. The collection includes an impressive array of instruments and inventions, including reproducing pianos, orchestrions, self-playing violins, pipe organs, gramophones & synthesizers. Find out how…

Ealing Jazz Festival

August 1 @ 12:00 pm BST
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Ealing Jazz Festival is a five day event full of exciting and fantastic music and entertainment. Hosted inside a vibrant big-top tent, you can catch some of the most talented musicians coming to perform. From local to international acts, playing plenty of jazz, bebop, funk, blues, soul, Latin and more, the Ealing Jazz festival is a must see event. Held at the spacious Walpole Park, the popular Ealing Jazz festival is one of many events that are hosted by Ealing…

Shakespeare in the Garden – Love’s Labour’s Lost

August 1 @ 4:00 pm7:00 pm BST
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After a somewhat disrupted year, we're all in need of a “Summer of Love” more than ever. Open Bar are back with two plays that are full to the brim with comedy, romance and adventure! Experience Shakespeare as it was intended - informal, raucous and in a spacious pub garden with a drink in hand. Whether this will be your first, or thirty-first night of Shakespeare, you will not be disappointed. LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST Four couples separated by an oath,…

Sunday Soul at Chiswick Playhouse – Shanay Holmes (Postponed)

August 1 @ 8:00 pm BST

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Shanay Holmes Sunday Soul has been postponed from Tuesday 25th May to Sunday 1st August. Join Shanay for an intimate evening of song as she explores the music that inspires her and talks to her soul with musical direction from Chris Poon. ​Shanay has been seen in The Bridges of Madison County, Rent (20th Anniversary), Jesus Christ Superstar, and The Bodyguard Musical. Tickets: £20 Book tickets on the Chiswick Playhouse website: chiswickplayhouse.co.uk/sundaysoulshanayholmes See our Things to do listings…

DanceWest in Gunnersbury Park

August 2August 23

Join DanceWest for weekly fun and dynamic dance classes for children and families. Guests can take centre stage in our musical theatre workshop, get funky at the Disco Boogie, throw some shapes totheir  favourite chart hits at Pop Dance and join in the magic of the Disney Dance spectacular. Classes will be led by experienced DanceWest teacher Emily with a flair for making everyone feel welcome and supported. These classes are for children aged 5-11 and their families and are…

Hogarth’s House kids’ camp

August 3August 31

Enjoy outdoor (weather depending) and craft activities in Hogarth's House's Mulberry Garden and Learning Studio with a different theme every week! This event will run every Tuesday in August 9.00 – 12.00 pm. Children aged 8-12 Themes: August 3 Animals & Pets August 10 18th century London August 17 Nature’s Colours August 24 Hogarth’s Home August 31 Plants & Texture Please note this is a drop-off activity for children 8+. Hogarth’s House will be closed to the public during this time and…

Chiswick Cheetahs running club

August 3 @ 7:00 am BST
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Join Chiswick's latest free running group. Set up by running coach Jonathan Geitner, the group aims to be motivating & supportive – ‘particularly if you’ve committed and then you don’t feel like going, which happens to the best of us’. Jonathan was the lead long distance coach at the Serpentine Running Club for many years taking the 10 milers out every Wednesday. Attendees meet outside the Chiswick House cafe at 7am on a Tuesday morning (use this link to What3Words…

Visit the National Archives, Kew

August 3 @ 9:30 am3:30 pm BST
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Open Tuesday – Friday but please check as they close for the usual public holidays throughout the year.

The National Archives is home to millions of historical documents covering a huge range of subjects, including more than 70,000 images, from ancient maps to iconic advertising. The building houses records which have been created and collected by UK central government departments such as the Home Office and the Foreign Office, and major courts of law such as the Central Criminal Court. The National Archive is a unique resource for those interested in the history of the United Kingdom. For…

Theatre at Chiswick Playhouse – A Night in November

August 4August 28

The 25th Anniversary tour of ‘A Night in November' is the multi-award winning play from Marie Jones, the Writer of other hit shows such as Stones in his Pockets & Christmas Eve will kill you. ​Directed by Matthew McIlhinney and Starring Matthew Forsythe. This funny, passionate show sees the actor flex their acting skills, seamlessly shifting through dozens of characters in the story. 'A Night in November tells the story of Kenneth McAllister, a clerk in the local welfare office.…

Women’s Beginners Ride in Walpole Park

August 4 @ 9:30 am11:30 am BST
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Beginner bike rides for any woman who has just started cycling and wants to get more practice, or who rides occasionally and would like to build their confidence, or who hasn’t had their bike out for years and would like to get back on. The group will be meeting in Walpole Park, under the shelter opposite the café. They will gather from 9.30am to start at 9.45am and will have a ride of 1- 1.5 hours, either returning to the…

Women’s Beginners Ride in Walpole Park

August 4 @ 9:30 am11:30 am BST

Beginner bike rides for any woman who has just started cycling and wants to get more practice, or who rides occasionally and would like to build their confidence, or who hasn’t had their bike out for years and would like to get back on. The group will be meeting in Walpole Park, under the shelter opposite the café. They will gather from 9.30am to start at 9.45am and will have a ride of 1- 1.5 hours, either returning to the…

Ealing Outdoor Cinema

August 4 @ 7:00 pm BST
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One event on August 4, 2021 at 7:00 pm

Part of the Ealing Summer Festival, this event will screen two films: Bohemian Rhapsody and Jumanji (2017). Ealing Summer Festivals is Ealing Council’s flagship event, with its roots set deep in the borough’s strong music and comedy history. Set among some of Ealing’s most popular parks, the festivals bring people together in a collective appreciation of exceptional local and international talent across of range of artistic disciplines. Schedule Wednesday 28 July -  Jumanji (12A) Wednesday 4 July    - Bohemiam…

The Old Pack Horse – Quiz

August 4 @ 7:30 pm BST
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The Old Pack Horse have now restarted their quiz night. Weekly pub tab prizes of £40 to be won and random cash total prizes up for grabs too. Every Wednesday from 7.30 pm. £2 per person for entry, teams as small as 2 people welcome. oldpackhorsechiswick.co.uk See our Things to do listings for all the events happening in Chiswick chiswickcalendar.co.uk/whats-on-in-chiswick Support The Chiswick Calendar The Chiswick Calendar CIC is a community resource. We publish a weekly newsletter and update the…

Free online talk – The School Summer Holidays 1930-1980

August 4 @ 7:30 pm8:30 pm BST

The excitement of the summer holidays has been experienced for centuries. While some of summer's traditions are still enjoyed today, others remain in summers gone by. In this warming talk, author Ysenda Maxtone-Graham recalls the vivid summer memories of real mid-twentieth century people. In doing so, we are reminded of how we were, how families functioned, what houses and gardens and streets were like, what journeys were made, and what people did all day in their free time. Join the…

The Tabard – pub quiz

August 4 @ 8:30 pm BST
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The weekly quiz returns to The Tabard - every Wednesday at 8.30 pm. £1 per person to enter with a maximum of five people per team. A round of drinks to the winners! See our Things to do listings for all the events happening in Chiswick chiswickcalendar.co.uk/whats-on-in-chiswick Support The Chiswick Calendar The Chiswick Calendar CIC is a community resource. We publish a weekly newsletter and update the website with local news and information daily. We are editorially independent. Please support…

Dance in the Park

August 5August 15

Take part in free pop-up dance classes this August in Ravenscourt Park. Led by DanceWest's award-winning team of teachers. Take part in Hip-Hop, Salsa, Contemporary, Jive, Bollywood, Dance Cardio and much more. They have intergenerational dance classes, as well as sessions for families, children and dance adults 55+. Schedule (Ravenscourt Park) Thursday 5 August  Bolder not Older, Dance the Decades, Zumba for adults 55+ Friday 6 August  Family Pop Dance Class, Hip Hop/ Contemporary Saturday 7 August Musical Theatre, Dance…

Kitchen Garden Cart at Chiswick House

August 5 @ 11:00 am1:00 pm BST
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An event every week that begins at 11:00 am on Thursday and Saturday, repeating indefinitely

The Kitchen Garden Cart has returned to Chiswick House and Gardens. Choose from a wide array of lovely flowers and vegetables. It can be found behind the main house between 11.00 am and 1.00 pm every Thursday and Saturday. See our events listings of all the events happening in Chiswick here: chiswickcalendar.co.uk/whats-on-in-chiswick Support The Chiswick Calendar The Chiswick Calendar CIC is a community resource. We publish a weekly newsletter and update the website with local news and information daily. We…

Comedy Club 4 Kids (6+ Years)

August 5 @ 11:30 am2:30 pm BST

Cracking entertainment for everyone over six years old and under 400 years old (no vampires). The best comedians from the UK and world circuit doing what they do best… but without the rude bits! ‘A highlight for children... giving them a taste of some of the biggest names in comedy with the fun, rowdy feel of a real comedy club. ’The Guardian About Comedy Club 4 Kids Since 2005, the Comedy Club 4 Kids has been getting the best stand-ups…

Jazz at George IV – Fallen Heroes

August 5 @ 7:30 pm10:00 pm BST

Rhythm & blues, swinging jazz and a dash of ska ... The Heroes will be showcasing songs from their highly acclaimed album, “A Brief Period Of Rejoicing” as well as playing some crowd pleasing old favourites, all helped along the way by the noted Kansas City boogie pianist Dean Ross. Expect to hear an interesting mix of originals plus some hot rhythm & blues, swinging jazz & a dash of ska, including numbers from Ray Charles, Fats Domino and Chuck…

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