Riverhouse online!

We have plenty of new stuff coming up.

If you fancy some dramatic fun, we are holding play readings every Tuesday evening at 7.30pm. You can sign up to read via the magic of Zoom here. This week, we’re reading an adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel Sense And Sensibility by Laura Turner.

There’s no pressure to read, you’re more than welcome to sit in the virtual audience!

Get Involved – We are living through extraordinary times and have teamed up with Elmbridge Museum to create a lasting legacy with an exhibition and book based on your own stories.. find out how to submit your contributions below.

Some of the work of Artists who would have been exhibiting in the summer has been made available online – this week we are featuring the work of local artist, Sarah Simonds-Gooding.

Our Art Tutors are bringing out new tutorials online every day. Some of these are on our YouTube Channel We have some craft ideas on our YouTube channel, and on Facebook and we can try to hook you up with supplies if needed.

Our old friends, the brilliant Hotbuckle Productions were due to bring us their stage adaptation of Thomas Hardy’s ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’ in May. Instead, here’s a version filmed at Theatre Severn in Shrewsbury, which you can watch on our YouTube channel by clicking on the image below

Book clubs and Riverhouse Writers are meeting via zoom! You can contact emily@riverhousebarn.co.uk for more info.

The Riverhouse Virtual Choir is still recruiting. It’s for all the family to join in with – good fun, uplifting songs – no experience needed! This is being put together by the extremely talented Johnny Kilhams, who leads Walton Voices among other local choirs. In its 4th week, we have over 100 participants so far… and room for more.

All this is costing money we don’t have, so if you are able please consider donating to support us during this difficult time.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, where we are sending you recommendations and updates on books, films, streaming of theatre shows and music so keep entertained and occupied.