Fri 17 Nov
10am - 4pm - Alice in Winterland themed crafting and colouring in sessions with the charity Rainbow Trust at the Bentall Centre (on the lower ground floor)
Sat 18 Nov
10am - 10.45am - Alice in Winterland interactive storytelling at Kingston Library
11.30am - 12.15pm - Alice in Winterland interactive storytelling at New Malden Libary
12pm - 4pm - Tea Party, with tea tasting, with Whittard of Chelsea at the Bentall Centre (on the ground floor next to the bears)
1.15pm - 2pm - Alice in Winterland interactive storytelling at Old Malden Libary
Sat 2 Dec
12pm - 12.45pm - Alice in Winterland interactive storytelling at Hook Libary
1.15pm - 2pm - Alice in Winterland interactive storytelling at Tolworth Libary
Sat 16 Dec
12pm - 12.45pm - Alice in Winterland interactive storytelling at Surbiton Libary
The Kingston Singers
Join The Kingston Singers and end your Mondays on a high note.
The Kingston Singers is led by acclaimed and charismatic choir trainer Sam Evans and will be taking on pop, jazz and songs from musicals. Earlier this year the choir had the chance to sing for royalty and top celebs as part of a flash mob directed by tv choirmaster Gareth Malone.
There’s no need to have a fantastic voice or be able to read music (no auditions).
Just bring along you enthusiasm.
The Kingston Singers
David Jacobs room, Mondays 6pm -7.15pm
Book in person or over the phone with the Rose Box Office (020 8174 0090).
10 weeks with end of season performance
Cost: £50/£20 NUS and concessions
To find out more please email email@example.com.
The Kingston Singers is a new choir supported by Kingston University Collegiate Music.
SINGALONG WITH GUITAR GIRL UNA
Una's Guitar Girl! Singalong sessions are a fun way for babies, toddlers & small kids to discover singing, rhythm & musical play! Una is a Kingston-based, advanced skills teacher in early years, specialising in music, drama and song.
Una's song and rhyme sessions are focused on drawing out the inate musicality and rhythm of small children and toddlers.
Classes on Thursdays and Fridays.
STORY STORKS: INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING FOR EARLY YEARS
Story Storks are a local social enterprise on a mission to help and inspire early years children to become readers for pleasure. They do this through the magic of interactive storytelling. Their specially written stories enhance children’s early years language skills whilst being so much fun that kids can’t help falling head over heels in love with stories. The two together are proven to be vital skills that kids need to be able to learn to read when they move on to school.
Our workshops take place on Tuesday mornings. Please contact Sarah on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07758 449196 to book your free trial.
10:05am – MERMAIDS & PIRATES (2yrs +) 40 mins
10:55am – FAIRIES & ELVES (6mnths – 2yrs) 30mins
See website for more details.
JAZZ FIRST TUESDAY
Treat yourself to a musical lunchtime with Jazz from Kingston University. All sessions take place in Rose Café from 1.15pm –2pm.
6 February – The Meredith White Trio
6 March (tbc)
3 April – Terence Collie
1 May – Dave Jones’ Affinity
Variety Cafe is a series of FREE Wednesday lunchtime concerts supported by Kingston University. Held at the Rose Café, the programme offers an exciting mixture of emerging artists and alumni of Kingston University's music department.
SINGING CYGNETS BABY TODDLER MUSIC CHRISTMAS PARTY
Mon 11 Dec
11.15am, Performance length: 45 mins
Dig out those antlers! We look forward to seeing a wonderful array of festive costumes.
£3 per child/£2 additional siblings.
Please always check the Singing Cygnets Facebook page before attending.
Donation to Guide Dogs for the Blind. For more info about the Singing Cygnets click here.