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Planetary Agency - Riverhouse Sustainability Workshop for Children (Aged 7-12)

Sunday 23 June, 30 June, 7 July 2024 - 12:00 to 2:00pm 
Everyone can be a vital part saving our dear Planet Earth! Join us in the three-session workshop The Planetary Agency and learn how to help us all live towards a sustainable life. You will explore climate and environment, through games, films, science experiments, crafts and a mini-eco-Olympics!


Philosophy Café - with Chris Warne

Wednesday 19, 26 June and 3 July 2024 - 11am to 1pm RESERVATION NEEDED
Philosophy is about some of the trickiest questions in life. Can we really know anything about the world? What makes actions right or wrong? Is the mind part of the physical world? Do I have to wear a turtleneck jumper to be an existentialist?

The Philosophy Cafe locks horns with issues like these on Wednesdays. Why not join us for coffee and enjoyable conversation in a cheerful and relaxed atmosphere?

Harmony's Music Club presents- Paddington Bear's First Concert

Sunday 30 June 2024 - 2pm
Don’t miss this wonderfully witty and entertaining performance of Paddington Bear’s First Concert now in its 3rd year.  Explore innovative sound effects in a pre-concert workshop and then put your skills straight into action when cued during this original hit family concert.   Produced and directed by Harmony's Music Club with popular children's narrator Alex Campbell.

Green Elmbridge Sustainability Day

Sunday 7 July 2024- 10:30am - 4:00pm
'Stepping Lightly' - A Green Elmbridge Sustainability Day to help us step lightly on our planet and nurture a more sustainable future for all. Click to view the full-day programme.


Junk Orchestra

Saturday 13 July 2024 - 10:30 / 11:30
Join the Junk Orchestra and rock out on a collection of upcycled objects, tuned and fabricated into supersonic fun. We'll travel the world in rhythm, discover spooky sounds for stories, become a star with solos & duets, & compose your ideas & jam with your parents!  There will be two sessions for two age groups. 

Riverhouse Barn Choir Summer Concert

Sunday 14 July 2024 - 6pm
The Riverhouse Barn Choir’s Summer Concert
Why not come and celebrate the end of a fantabulous first year of The Riverhouse Barn Choir by coming along to their summer concert? 

Silver Screen Club Screening - Summer Holiday (1963)

Tuesday 16 July 2024 - 1.30pm
Four young bus mechanics travel across Europe to Athens by double-decker bus on their summer holiday, a trip which becomes a tuneful, unforgettable holiday in one of the greatest British film musicals of all time.

Hagar: War Mother (Edinburgh Fringe Preview)

Saturday 20 July 2024 - 5pm
Hagar: War Mother (Edinburgh Fringe Preview)- One woman’s odyssey to escape Syria’s brutal war with her baby. Negotiating with smugglers, betrayed by friends, Hagar won’t give up. Written by Aksam Alyousef. Produced by Joanna Blundell. ‘A heartbreaking story, beautifully told’ ★★★★½ (Edmonton Journal).


Wednesday 25 September to Sunday 20 October 2024

The Elmbridge Moving Art exhibition is coming back to the Robert Phillips Gallery at the Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre from Wednesday 25 September to Sunday 20 October 2024  to showcase the work of local artists.

Artists aged 15+ are invited to submit one piece of art for consideration if they are interested in being part of this extraordinary community initiative supported by Elmbridge Borough Council and The R C Sherriff Trust.
If you would like the chance to have your work exhibited locally please email movingart.elmbridge@gmail.com for more information.

Candlelit Macbeth - by Bart Lee Theatre

Friday 4 October 2024 - 8pm
Macbeth is brought to life by this talented and enthralling story-telling company, igniting the imagination with poetry, sound-scapes, shadows and movement. Faithful to the text and famous Shakespeare characters. Suitable for those studying the play at GCSE as well as lovers of the Bard. NOT TO BE MISSED.

Life of A Concorde Pilot – From The Orphanage to The Edge of Space

Saturday 5 October 2024 - 7:30 pm
Captain John Tye was one of only 134 pilots to ever fly Concorde for British Airways in the whole 27 years the supersonic airliner was in service. John will tell us about his story - from an Orphan to a pilot.  He will also share his experience landing Hong Kong Kai Tak Airport, one of the most challenging airport to many pilots, as exclusive content to Riverhouse.

Derek Paravicini and Friends - Charity Concert

Sunday 6 October 2024 - 1pm
Renowned pianist, Derek Paravicini, alongside Professor of Music, Adam Ockelford and guest performers thirteen-year-old blind pianist, Chapman Shum, and Amber Trust ‘Golden Fundraiser’ and Violinist Poppy McGhee present a concert of music in aid of the Amber Trust.

Where Is Mrs. Christie?

Saturday 19th October 7:30pm
Agatha Christie was one of the greatest thriller writers of all time. In 1926, her crashed car was discovered in Surrey and the famous author was missing, presumed dead by many, for eleven days. However, she was eventually found at a luxury hotel in Harrogate. Liz Grand presents her one-woman show ‘Where Is Mrs Christie?’ Did she suffer from amnesia? Was it a publicity stunt? Or was there a darker secret involved? In true thriller style, all will be revealed.

Anne Boleyn - Wolf at the Door

Saturday 26 October 2024- 7:30pm
A musical tale of love and Tudor tragedy. Bob Whitley (guitar, tenor guitar and mandola) and Lee MacKenzie (baroque cello) take us back to the 16th Century and the story of the triumph and tragedy of Anne Boleyn.

Posting Letters to the Moon

Friday 15 November 2024 - 7.30pm
A romantic, funny and very touching portrait of life during the second World War, featuring readings of the letters between Oscar-nominated actress Celia Johnson, and her explorer and writer husband Peter Fleming.