Looking for something to do this week. South West Londoner provides your weekly round up of what Kingston has to offer.
Remembrance Day Services, Kingston
Sunday 13th November, 10.37am
Kingston will host a Remembrance Day Service to honour our fallen soldiers. The service will begin with a procession from the Guildhall, which will arrive at the War Memorial for the Laying of Wreaths at 10.45. After another service at All Saints Parish Church, the commemorations will end with a march past the Guildhall.
Love & War At The Rose, Rose Theatre, Kingston High Street
Sunday 13th November, 7.30pm
Experience the National Symphony Orchestra’s first performance at the Rose. Director Anthony Inglis, a Kingston resident, will present a programme including Tchaikovsky’s Overtures and Wagner’s Prelude & Liebestod.
For details call 08444 821556 or visit www.rosetheatrekingston.org
Green Growth Business Bootcamps, Kingston University
Wednesday 16th November, 3pm-7pm
Tickets: £75 per person (Kingston students and graduates should contact the university for discounted rates)
Join this programme run by sustainable enterprise experts and learn how to effectively market your business and network with practitioners in sustainable design. The programme is aimed at entrepreneurs setting up a new business or business owners exploring green growth within an existing enterprise.
For details contact Martin Sargeant on 020 8417 3045 or email email@example.com
Kingston SOUND COMMUNITIES Project, Tolworth Library, The Broadway
Thursday 17th November, 10-10.45am for 0-2 year olds and 11-11.45am for over 2’s
Give your baby or toddler the chance to make music and interact with others. You will also have the chance to meet with other parents and carers. Spaces are limited so sign up with the library before the event.
For details visit www.kingston.gov.uk
Christmas Lights Switch-On, Kingston Town Centre
Thursday 17th November, 3.30pm-6.30pm
Get into the Christmas spirit as Kingston’s Christmas lights are switched on. Father Christmas and his friends will be kicking off a festive extravaganza which will include street shows, carol singing and a traditional Christmas market.
For details call 020 8547 1221 or visit www.kingstonfirst.co.uk
New Slang, The Hippodrome, Kingston
Thursday 17th November, 9pm-2am
Entry: £4.50 at the door
Enjoy a night of Indie and Alternative classics, with music ranging from Bombay Bicycle Club to The Wombats. Double shots are £1.50 on selected spirits. The event is 18+ so don’t forget your valid photo ID.
For details visit www.kingstonhippodrome.co.uk
Junior Cycle Club, The Hawker Centre Sports Ground, Lower Ham Road
Every Saturday Morning, 11am-1pm
Entry: £3 per person
Young people aged 9-16 years old can join the Cycle Club and enjoy various activities, including off road racing and obstacle courses. The club will be led by coaches who are British Cycling certified.
To register email firstname.lastname@example.org, alternatively you can register at the club if you arrive 15mins before the session starts.