Events


Annual General Meeting and Christmas Party.

Date Icon for 9 December at 7:30pmThe Richmond Society Annual General Meeting and Christmas Party.

In the Theatre at Richmond & Hillcroft Adult Community College, Parkshot, Richmond TW9 2RE.

Members are requested to register to attend the AGM via this Eventbrite link.

Tickets for the Party cost £10, and are available via this Eventbrite link.


The night The Beatles met The Stones – in RichmondBook Cover - Raving upon Thames

Date Icon for 13 January at 7:30pmAndrew Humphrey, author of Raving upon Thames, a new book about Richmond’s role at the heart of Sixties London from Carnaby Street to the King’s Road and Richmond upon Thames, will speak about the music-led youth revolution that launched the careers of the Rolling Stones, the Yardbirds, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and more. What happened here changed the course of Britain’s musical history.

In the Theatre at Richmond & Hillcroft Adult Community College, Parkshot, Richmond TW9 2RE.

(unless otherwise stated or if Government restrictions make it impossible to meet in person).

Members attend free.
Non-members are welcome for £5, payable in advance on Eventbrite – details nearer the time.
Alternatively, for an annual £10, you can join the Richmond Society and as a member attend all our meetings at no charge.


Connecting habitats, heritage, climate and communityColin Cooper - in a canoe!

Date Icon for 10 February at 7:30pmColin Cooper, Chief Executive Officer, Habitats & Heritage, will speak about how this merged and newly rebranded local charity is taking care of the landscape, wildlife, ecosystems and heritage of south and west London.

In the Theatre at Richmond & Hillcroft Adult Community College, Parkshot, Richmond TW9 2RE.

(unless otherwise stated or if Government restrictions make it impossible to meet in person).

Members attend free.
Non-members are welcome for £5, payable in advance on Eventbrite – details nearer the time.
Alternatively, for an annual £10, you can join the Richmond Society and as a member attend all our meetings at no charge.


‘Sweet Thames, run softly…’Tom Chesshyre, by the river

Date Icon for 10 March at 7:30pmTom Chesshyre, journalist and author of ten travel books, talks about From Source to Sea: Notes from a 215-Mile Walk Along the River Thames and also about the importance of green spaces in cities as more people around the world live in them.

In the Theatre at Richmond & Hillcroft Adult Community College, Parkshot, Richmond TW9 2RE.

(unless otherwise stated or if Government restrictions make it impossible to meet in person).

Members attend free.
Non-members are welcome for £5, payable in advance on Eventbrite – details nearer the time.
Alternatively, for an annual £10, you can join the Richmond Society and as a member attend all our meetings at no charge.