The best things to do in Kingston on weekends this March from a floral masterclass to a chorale spring concert, kids and adults will surely enjoy!

Discover Your WWI Military Ancestors

Date: 14th March 2020
Time: 11:00 – 13:00
Location: Kingston History Centre Kingston History Centre, Guildhall, Kingston, KT1 1EU
Cost: £2 plus Eventbrite fees

This talk will set out how to start off researching your military ancestors, and there is a chance for you to ask questions at the end. Participants may wish to bring an electric device, such as a laptop or tablet, as many of the sources discussed will be online ones, but this is not mandatory.

Booking on Eventbrite necessary. Suitable for adults. For more information please email

Kendal Mountain Festival Tour 2020

Date: 14th March 2020
Location: Michael Frayn Theatre in Kingston Upon Thames
Time: 7:00pm til 9:00pm
Cost: From £10 – £18 (Additional fees may apply)

Fire up your imagination with a thrilling night of adventure. Watch a collection of the best outdoor films & hear from the world’s top adventurers.

Join us for a chance to watch a new collection of short adventure films from our 2019 Festival on the big screen and hear from the world’s top explorers and athletes. Plus there will be prize giveaways from our tour partners.

A chance to experience cinematography from all corners of the world and be amazed by stories of human endurance.

Stein’s Apre-ski party

Date: 15th March 2020
Time: 9:30 PM
Location: Stein’s

Relive your apres-ski party fun in Stein’s lovely chalet-style bar here in Kingston!

Enjoy the buzz and booze till late. Stein’s Apres special drink of the night will be big cocktail boots to share for £35, and there’ll be German beers and alpine snacks.

Those who wear a ski gear get a mountain cocktail on Stein’s!

2020 Pre-Season Day on 15th March at Chessington World of Adventures Resort

Date: March 15, 2020
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Location: Chessington World of Adventures Resort, Leatherhead Rd, Chessington KT9 2NE

Chessington World of Adventures Resort is delighted to invite Merlin and Chessington Annual Passholders to be the first to enjoy ‘Britain’s Wildest Adventure’ ahead of officially opening for 2020.

Leave the everyday behind at Chessington. Please note that the Annual Passholder Day is a pre-booked event only – each Merlin and Chessington Annual Passholder must pre-book a ticket, including booking any tickets for children under 3 years of age.


Date: 20th March 2020
Time: 8:00PM
Location: Al Forno
Cost: three courses for £30

Al Forno presents ‘The Legends of Swing’ on Friday 20 March.

Ray Lowe will entertain diners with his one-man tribute to the music of Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jnr.

Mother’s Day Floral Masterclass

Date: 21st MARCH
Time: 2:00PM TO 5:00PM
Location: Jo Malone London
Cost: £25

On Saturday 21 March, join florist, Johanna Pedrick Flowers, with somebody special to create a floral finishing touch to adorn your Mother’s Day gift from Jo Malone London.

Please call 0370 192 5281 for more information and to book your place. Each workshop is roughly 60 minutes long.

The Filaments

Date: 21st March 2020
Time: 8:00PM
Location: The Fighting Cocks
Cost: Advance Tickets £3 or £5 on the door

A life long punk rock romance between 2 bands… a bond that can never be broken!

The princes of Essex, The Filaments return to Kingston for some balls out horn-infused street punk!

The Foamers bringing their eclectic mix of all things metal, punk, ska and all that’s in-between! Emergency Bitter punk rock, sing-alongs, football, cider, and laughs!

Educating Rita

Date: 28th March 2020
Location: Rose Theatre Kingston

This hilarious and heart-warming comedy won the Olivier Award when it was produced in London’s West End by the RSC and was adapted into the multi award-winning film which starred Julie Walters and Michael Caine.

Written by one of our greatest ever playwrights Willy Russell and starring one of our best-loved actors Stephen Tompkinson as Frank and introducing Jessica Johnson as Rita. This production directed by Max Roberts of Live Theatre has garnered rave reviews.

Splatt Theatre Workshop

Date: 28th March 2020
Time: 2:00PM TO 3:00PM
Location: Kingston Museum
Cost: £11.01

Join playwright Frances Burney and artist Lorenzo for an interactive mini-performance from the artist’s studio, followed by an after-show drama workshop for the whole family.

Immerse yourself in the Museum’s Art Gallery and take inspiration from the exhibition National Treasures: Defining Moments of Stage & Screen.

Teddington Choral Society: Brahms Requiem

Date: 28th March
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: All Saints Church
Cost: £15 (under 16 free)

Teddington Choral Society together with their Musical Director, Julian Collings is delighted to announce its spring concert in March 2020.

This year’s concert will feature the powerful and moving Brahms Requiem in German. This composition is said to have been inspired by the grief Brahms suffered after the death of his mother in 1865.

Brahms’s Requiem is one of the most celebrated and performed of his compositions.  The choir will be joined by the Soprano, Lisa Swayne and the Baritone, Hugo Herman-Wilson.

The English Sinfonietta Ensemble together with our talented accompanist, Phil Culling, will also be joining the choir for this evening which promises to be both engaging and moving.

Tickets sale: online on (search for Teddington Choral Society)

American Troubadour Songs And Stories 28th March Kingston

Date: 28th March 2020
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: St John’s Church, Grove Lane, Kingston, KT1 2SU
Cost: £10

Alistair pays tribute to artists as prolific and influential as James Taylor Carole King Simon and Garfunkel Bob Dylan Don McLean Don Williams Willie Nelson Johnny Cash Emylou Harris Kris Kristofferson Leonard Cohen Neil Young Tom Paxton Janis Joplin (1968-1978 Hits)