What's on in Kingston this weekend

By Lexi Iles

31st Mar 2022 | Local Features

What's on in Kingston this weekend

Good morning, and welcome to your weekly What's On in Kingston.

Every Thursday we round up the best things to do in your area at the weekend.

Browse our What's On section or read on for the can't-miss events on in or around Battersea between now and Sunday.

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Events coming up

FRIDAY: Anna Dyson Solo Exhibition: Re-Emergence

Anna Dyson (b. 1965) is a British painter who lives and works in London and was educated in Richmond Upon Thames College.

Dyson reaches for unexpected color as she works quickly and "intuitively" on multiple canvases at once, covering them in swirling, flowing, vibrating forms.

Open from April 1 - 7, daily 14:00 to 19:00.

Click here for more details.

SATURDAY Papercutting Workshop

Treat yourself to a wonderfully relaxing and informative afternoon of paper crafting.

During the session, local artist, paper cutter and print maker Gill Smith will teach you all the skills needed to start you on your paper cutting adventures.

The class is suitable for both total beginners and for those with a little prior experience of paper cutting.

Click here for full details.

SATURDAY: Teddington Choral Society Spring Concert: Britten's

The concert will feature two joyful and moving compositions:

Benjamin Britten's "Saint Nicolas", which unfolds the life of the saint in a vivid and mystical style.

Bob Chilcott's "Songs and Cries of London Town", which depicts London's sights, sounds and scenes from the past with thrilling and engaging music.

Click Teddington Choral Society Spring Concert: Britten's[l+]here for full details.


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