You’re never too far away from fantastic happenings. Discover loads of theater, family activities, clubbing, music events, concert happening around in Kingston.

Here is what’s coming up…

Kingston Museum’s current Artist in Residence, Loraine Monk, will lead this workshop on relief printing.

Date: February 15, 2020
Location: Kingston Museum, Wheatfield Way, Kingston, KT1 2PS
Time: 14:00 – 16:00
Cost: £10 plus Eventbrite fees

Bring a simple picture or illustration and Loraine will teach you how to draw it on lino, cut it down, then print it onto a cartridge or Japanese paper, silk, or cotton to make a vibrant contrasting illustration. Perfect for adults, booking needed via Eventbrite.

Coombe Conduit: An Enigmatic Tudor Waterworks, by David Kennedy

Date: February 15, 2020
Location: Kingston Museum, Wheatfield Way, Kingston, KT1 2PS
Time: 18:30
Cost: Free, donations welcome

Tea and coffee from 18:30, conversation begins at 19:00 promptly. Suitable for grownups. Please contact the Kingston Museum at or call 020 8547 6440 to reserve a spot.

God Of Carnage

Date: February 10-15, 2020
Location: Rose Theatre Kingston
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Winner of the Tony Award for Best Play and the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy, this viciously satirical middle-class parenting play by the author of Art, is one of the most popular plays ever performed in West End history.

After Ferdinand strikes Bruno in a punch-up on a playground blowing out two of his teeth, the enlightened parents of the combatants plan to meet and chat civilly about things. But once the niceties are over and the liquor starts to pour, it’s the parents who turn into spoiled brats.

Room on the Broom

Date: February 18-23, 2020
Location: Rose Theatre Kingston
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Step onto the broom with the witch and her cat in the Tall Stories’ fun-filled adaptation of Room on the Broom, Julia Donaldson’s and Axel Scheffler’s best-selling picture book.

The witch and her pet cat are riding on their broomstick as they pick up these hitch-hikers–a friendly dog, a lovely green bird, and a frenzied frog. But for five this broomstick is not intended, and–CRACK –it breaks into two… Just as the starving dragon shows up!

Will everyone ever have space on the broom? Check out for everyone aged 3 and above this amazing Olivier Award-winning series.

Brilliant live comedy in Kingston every Friday at Ram Jam Record in the Grey Horse.

Date: February 14, 2020
Time: 19:00 – 22:30
Location: The Grey Horse, 46 Richmond Road, Kingston upon Thames, KT2 5EE

Kingston’s longest-running comedy night-on Ram Jam Record in the Grey Horse every Friday.

If you wish to eat, you can book your table with the Grey Horse in advance here: https:/ /reservations. Please consider coming early if you also plan to eat. Laughter with food in your mouth isn’t safe!