What's on in Kingston this weekend
By Eli Haidari
4th Aug 2022 | Local News
Good morning, and welcome to your weekly what's on in Kingston.
Every Thursday we round up all the eye catching events occurring in your area over the weekend.
Read on for Kingston's not to be missed outings this week, and remember, you can add your FREE event using the Nub It button!
Friday, August 5
Environmental campaigner, author, and McFly's Dougie Poynter will be signing copies of The Whale Watchers at Waterstones in Kingston!
Join The Whale Watchers on an unforgettable summer holiday adventure that raises awareness of the key role that whales play in climate change and explains how readers can help protect whales and their environment by reducing single-use plastics and embracing a more sustainable reuse culture.
The ticket is £6.99 which includes entry to the signing and a copy of The Whale Watchers.
Welcome to the home of Kingston's original and longest running comedy night.
A night of irresistible improv comedy from some of London's finest players. Kickstart the weekend with a razor-sharp, spontaneous, brand new and never-to-be-seen-again show that will leave you saying, like after ALL the best nights out, "you really had to be there…"
You'll be asked for suggestions which will be turned into unforgettable scenes, characters, and songs, all made up right there on the spot. Had a particularly eventful night out recently? They might just ask you about it…
5th August - Sally-Anne Hayward, Ridwan Husain, Greg Houston, Ben van der Velde and Phil Dinsdale as MC.
Saturday, August 6
To celebrate the release of his new album 'We May Grow Old But We Never Grow Up', Example visits Kingston to play at Pryzm.
On the brink of releasing his eighth album, Example is beginning a new chapter. Having spent well over a decade in the game, the UK mainstay has crafted a career drenched in accolades: Platinum albums, chart-topping singles, headline festivals slots, and a lengthy stint releasing inescapable anthems that bridge the gap between electronic, rap and pop.
Still, Example isn't ready to hang up his boots just yet; rather, he's preparing for the most important release of his career.
Sunday, August 7
Running every Sunday throughout June - September, come along and grab a chair and enjoy live music from the lovely youth ensemble from Kingston Music Service pictured below.
No booking needed, just turn up and enjoy the performances!
This Sunday audiences will be treated to the Voices of Hope Choirs.