Events

Here are details of planned events over coming months.  We welcome feedback, please use the Contacts page if you would like to make any suggestions or requests for future events.

 

Benjamin Franklin in London

Saturday 21 October 2017 at 10:30

St Anne’s Church, Kew Green

Full details and tickets are available here

 

A Quiet Career—A Window on Conservation: The Restoration of St Anne’s Church

Saturday 18 November 2017 at 10:30

St Anne’s Church, Kew Green

Julia Korner, the renowned fine art specialist and conservator will explain the cleaning and re-gilding of the dome down to the altar, the hatchments, the church furniture and the cross on the dome outside undertaken in 2014.

£15 (£10 for Friends) includes coffee, a light lunch and a glass of wine

Tickets are available here

 

Jonathan Rees Cello Recital by Candlelight

Thursday 23 November 2017 at 19:30

71 Kew Green, Richmond TW9 3AH

Esteemed musician, Jonathan Rees plays Bach’s C minor and D major suites on four-string and five-string cellos.  This event is generously hosted by Linda Pethick with all proceeds going to The Friends.

£30 (£25 for Friends) includes nibbles and a glass of wine

Limited to 45 ticket holders, tickets are only available online for this event.  Tickets are available here

 

Importance of the Kew Collections: Kill or Cure

Saturday 9 December 2017 at 10:30

St Anne’s Church, Kew Green

Professor Monique S.J. Simmonds, the distinguished Deputy Director of Science at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew will provide an overview of how the unique and diverse collections at the gardens have been used to further our knowledge about the medicinal uses of plants to treat diseases such as Aids, Cancer, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Malaria as well as, identify adulterated material entering the trade or being used in criminal activities.

£15 (£10 for Friends) includes coffee, a light lunch and a glass of wine

Tickets are available here