Need somewhere to hold a party, meeting, concert, conference or charity auction? Look no further! We have the facilities to make your event really successful and special.
Details of each venue and how to enquire about availability are below, though you can instantly check hall availability at St Mary with St Alban's online.
You will also find a list of regular users of each venue (with contact details).
The Main Hall has a wood block floor and a stage and is suitable for parties, musical events, theatre work-groups, auctions etc. It can accommodate 180 people seated (there are 130 chairs on site), 250 people standing or 120 for a sit-down dinner.
The modern, fully equipped kitchen is adjacent and has a microwave oven, large urn, 2 ovens with gas hobs, large free-standing fridge (no freezer) as well as crockery and cutlery for 80 people.
This room is suitable for smaller meetings and has a kitchenette so you can provide light refreshments. There is a whiteboard, a flipchart (paper can be provided at extra charge) and a television. A projector and screen are also available for a nominal fee.
The St Peter & St Paul Church Hall is conveniently situated in the heart of Teddington near to many shops and cafes. The hall is a ground floor space with a capacity of 40 children or 30 adults. The bright and airy hall opens onto a secure childrenís play area with climbing frame (to be used under the responsibility of the hirer).
Included are tables and chairs for adults and children, toilets, fully equipped kitchen with oven, microwave, crockery and cutlery, toilet facilities, and off street parking for one car plus street parking.
Mondays 4-5pm. Ages: 5-11
Thursdays 4.30-6pm. Ages: 9+
Cygnets’ focus is on the teaching of traditional drawing, painting and sculpture, combined with unique projects, experienced teachers and professional quality materials
Please contact Molly for further details and availability for term-time classes and holiday workshops.
Adult Classes: all levels welcome. Qigong is a special Chinese health exercise that works with movement, breathing, relaxation and meditation to help balance the body and restore health. Opening up Qi (energy) to make the immune system stronger and help with stress, joint or muscle problems and boosting energy levels.
Marion meets children and adolescents for face-to-face therapy, with plenty of space to talk in confidentiality. Play and the arts can also be used to help process complex feelings, and navigate emotions, covering difficulties linked to school, relationships, friendships, confidence, anxiety or behaviour.
Contact: Marion Laleve MA MBACP (a registered child and adolescent psychotherapist)
We run weekday and weekend classes throughout the year at St Mary's Parish Hall, in everything from bookbinding to crochet, needle punch to rag rugging - and from other venues all around Teddington/Kingston areas.
Sessions run from 3.30 in termtime on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and all day on Saturday.
Visit https://teddingtondancestudio.co.uk/ or call 07887 353 950 for more information.
Run on Fridays from 1-3pm. Please note that booking is required for the sensory session held at 1-2pm.
More information is available on:
Tel: 0208 734 3372
Website: Achieving for Children Richmond Children's Centres | Facebook
Runs on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in the evening.
YAT is an award-winning youth theatre group and registered charity (number 1165458) providing an opportunity for any young person, aged between 16 and 25, to acquire or enhance their acting and theatrical skills by participation in drama workshops and on-stage performances.
We put on 3 or 4 productions a year and includes everyone who wants to take part. No prior experience is necessary and there are no joining fees. All we ask is members bring is a willingness to work hard and be part of a successful team.
Just turn up at a session and complete a membership form. www.yat.org.uk