Light Up Elmbridge Festival

A festival celebrating the resilience of artists of all sorts during these testing times! All the live and recorded events will be streamed from our YouTube Light Up Elmbridge Playlist

Now until – December 12 Window Wanderland – Open to all Elmbridge Residents and businesses. Decorate your windows and light up your part of Elmbridge, the best streets will be broadcast live at the end of the festvial! Find out more at www.windowwanderland.com/elmbridge or here

Friday 27 November 2pm – Phoebe Gorry’s Jazz Trio – Live-Streamed Concert with Music in Hospitals and Care – more info
YouTube: https://youtu.be/-o2buY44z4U
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RiverhouseBarnArtsCentre/live_videos/

Saturday 28 November 7pm – 6 Stages of a Pandemic/The Covid Kid
2 Short Films by The Young Pro School of Acting
YouTube – 6 Stages of a Pandemic, The Covid Kid

Monday 30 November – 7pm At The Gates of Valhalla
By The Upstage Theatre Company
Watch on YouTube

Tuesday 1 December – 7pm What A Racquet
By Quicksilver Dance
Watch on YouTube

Wednesday 2 December – 7.30pm – Freewheelers Theatre and Media Company
Who work with people of many different abilities, talk about their work and present a double header of inspiring pieces, created during Lockdown.
Watch on YouTube

Thursday 3 December – 7.30pm – 3 Men in a Boat
Presented by Kick in the Head Productions – Live-streamed theatre production from Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre – more info

Friday 4 December – 7pm The Absence of Peas
The Absence of Peas, written by Peter Shaw, produced by and starring Stephen Alexander.

In the midst of a global pandemic, what better way to distract yourself than listening to a comedy/drama about a worldwide apocalypse? It’s Day of the Triffids meets Abel & Cole, as our hero ‘Oswald’ has to face the ultimate catastrophe: a world without peas. But, don’t worry, it has a happy ending (kind of).
Listen on YouTube

Friday 4 December – 7.30pm – Candlelit Carol Concert
Live-streamed from Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre – led by Johnny Kilhams and friends with the opportunity to singalong together from the comfort of your own home – more info
Watch on YouTube

Saturday 5 December – Festival of Choirs (Day 1)
Sadly we have had to postpone the Festival of Choirs until the Summer, however we have some events that will still go ahead either recorded or live so keep an eye out:

A Trio from Molesing will record a Christmas programme which we will stream on Tuesday 15 December at 7pm
Synchronise will record their programme to be streamed on Tuesday 15 December at 7pm
Promenade Choirs will be available as a streamed recording later in the festival
Riverhouse Virtual Choir are available to watch on on the LUEF YouTube playlist
Sunday 6 December – 7pm Live and Steamed
Rosie Trentham will be joined by Maisie Johnson – wonderful young artists will perform live and streamed from Riverhouse more info here is the link for their beautiful concert

Monday 7 December – 7.30pm – Love After Death
A New Play by Stephen Alexander – recorded the Barn Theatre, East Molesey preceded by an interview with the cast and writer/director
Watch on YouTube – Love After Death, Interview

Tuesday 8 December – 7pm Pygmalion
Enigma Theatre presents PYGMALION by George Bernard Shaw
Watch on YouTube

Sunday 13 December – 7pm Sing That Swing
Watch on YouTube

Monday 14 December I’m Just Saying
A Collection of New Monologues from Elmbridge Writers – click here to find them in our YouTube playlist from

Friday 18 – 21 December 4:30pm to 7pm – Narnia Adventure Walk – outdoor experience for the family more info

Many more online & recorded digital performances will be featured on YouTube (dates tbc) including:

The Goblins Who Stole A Sexton & Other Christmas Tales
Performed by Pete Allen

Quick Fix Theatre presents ‘Four Families: Reloaded’
Explore this innovative 3D immersive exhibition of reimagined WW1 Elmbridge history, 360/VR artwork, soundscapes and recorded performance, inspired by our 2018 Great War Home Front project.
Visitors can also join us in our 3D Virtual Theatre where we’ll be screening each of our four one-act plays, originally recorded in 2018 to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.

For more information and to access the exhibition when it opens visit: https://brightimmersive.neocities.org/reloaded/index.html

Zoom – A Play for Lockdown (A Trilogy)
Plus inteview with the creators, Tess Townsend and Marie Jose Zuurbier

Visual Arts:

The Rosebriars Virtual Lockdown Art Exhibition
The Rosebriars Arts Group

Molesey Art Society Autumn Fair Online – IS LIVE until 31st December To browse or buy members’ latest works of art, craft and jewellery please follow this link: www.moleseyartsociety.co.uk/members-gallery

supported by
Elmbridge BCRC SherriffRobert Phillips

 

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