Events

MUSIC IN TWICKENHAM

Eel Pie Club at The Patch,

The Cabbage Patch, 67 London Road, Twickenham TW1 3SZ

 

Doors 8:30pm. Music 9-11pm (unless otherwise advertised).

 

Tickets cash on door or by credit card via www.eelpieclub.com

Enquiries: 07732 322610

 

Thursday 13 July

PAUL LAMB & THE KING SNAKES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paul Lamb is the Undisputed Master of the Blues Harmonica . The band have won British Blues Band of the Year several times and UK Album of the Year. Paul Lamb and The Kingsnakes are amongst the British Blues Hall of Fame, having worked and toured many times with such greats as Pete Waterman, Mark Knopfler, The Who, Rod Stewart and Jimmy Nail, to name a few. The lineup includes Chad Strentz on vocals and rhythm guitar, Rod Demick on vocals and bass guitar, Ryan 'Junior' Lamb on lead guitar and Dino Coccia on drums. “Simply better than the opposition from whatever side of the Atlantic they come’ – Blueprint. www.paullamb.com. £12, £10 Members, £5 Students (with photo ID)

 

Thursday 27 July

HITMAN BLUES BAND

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Muzicreviews.com said “The music of The Hitman Blues Band will make you glad that music exists in the first place”. The Hitman Blues Band has been rocking New York for 20 Years with their own searing brand of Blues/Rock. This will be their 6th visit to The Eel Pie Club and they have picked up a considerable fan base both at the Club and throughout the UK. Led by founding member, guitarist/vocalist Russell “Hitman” Alexander with his gravely vocals and gritty blues fretwork, Russ has also shared the stage with Johnny Copeland, LaVette Jackson, Smokey Robinson, Diana Ross, The Coasters, The Ink Spots and Whitney Houston. The band’s latest album, Blues Enough has received fantastic reviews in the American music press. Hitman will be at the Eel Pie Club with his full New York band, including brass section. Not to be missed! www.hitmanbluesband.com . £12, £10 Members.

 

 

 

WHY NOT JOIN A CHOIR?

Formed in 2010, Sheen Gate choir is a mixed age amateur choir ~ some members have young children (the 30 somethings) whilst others are young at heart. It is a very friendly, fun-loving choir with music at its heart. We want to build on the strong links we have in the community so it’s time to invite new voices to try us out. We don’t ask for previous experience in a choir or the ability to read music perfectly, just a good ear and a love of singing. However, if you can read music and play an instrument all the better!

We rehearse on Tuesday evening during term time from 8pm - 9.30pm at Christchurch and then head to

The Plough or The Victoria for drinks.

 

We are rehearsing Schubert’s Mass in E flat this year and will be performing it on

Saturday 17 June at Christ Church in East Sheen.

The choir will then go to Vienna to perform it at St. Stephen’s Cathedral

(with other choirs from all over Europe)

as part of Schubert’s 220th birthday celebrations.

 

Come and share our passion for singing …. You don’t need to have previous experience in a choir or be able to read music perfectly, just a good ear and a love of music.

 

If you’d like to try us out please email Tricia Joshi on patricia@joshifamily.co.uk

For more information about Sheen Gate Choir visit

www.sheengatechoir.co.uk for details on rehearsals, forthcoming concerts and tours

 

ART IN RICHMOND

 

An exciting new gallery is opening just off Richmond Green.

The brainchild of a group of local artists and architects who have spent a year renovating a beautiful Georgian townhouse with the aim of bringing significant contemporary art to the area.

Their first show opens in June....

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Role of Image?

6–24 June 2017, 1–21 August 2017

 

A two part show investigating of the role of the image in contemporary art.

 

Curated by Dr. Paula Terra Neale of Terra Arte

 

13 artists all originally from Rio de Janeiro, each investigate this theme in a different way: by acknowledging its role, or rejecting it; by recording their performance pieces, or reflecting aspects of daily life in Rio; as a language, or a tool for philosophical reasoning; through research into new media and processes.

 

Participating artists:

Monica Barki, Jacqueline Belotti , Marcos Chaves, Simone Cupello, Suely Farhi, Carla Guagliardi, Fernanda Junqueira, Monica Mansur, Maria Moreira, Martha Niklaus, Patricia Norman, Lia do Rio, Marcia Thompson.

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