Best things to do this weekend, 7-9 June

Best things to do this weekend, 7-9 June

See what you can get up to in London and Surrey: Theatre at the Rose, delicious upscale sushi, jazz and blues in Kingston, a sculpture trail in Esher and an eco festival in Morden…

Pictured:  Sticks’n’Sushi


The Railway Children

Rose Theatre, 7-8 June

This exciting, heartfelt story by E. Nesbit is given a fresh adaptation for the stage which remains faithful in essence to the original.



Richmond, Kingston & Wimbledon

With a unique blend of traditional Japanese sushi and sashimi and elegant Danish architecture, dining at Sticks’n’Sushi is a truly special experience. You can enjoy selections from the a la carte menu including gorgeous kani korokke (crab croquettes with wasabi Caesar) and beef taitaki with miso aioli, spring onion, root vegetable chips, shiitake and truffle ponzu.


The Speakeasy Party: TJ Johnson and his band

Ram Jam Records, Kingston, 8 June

This week The Speakeasy Party hosts TJ Johnson and his band, a five piece act fronted by one of the UK’s most highly acclaimed Jazz and Blues entertainers.

Art & Culture

Sculpture Trail

Claremont Landscape Garden, Esher, opens 8 June

Surrey Sculpture Society will be bringing a new outdoor exhibition to Claremont Landscape Garden this summer, with over 90 exhibits from some of Surrey’s finest artists to explore and purchase.

Outdoor fun

Great Big Green Week: Grow Urban Festival

Morden Hall Park, begins on 8 June

Morden Hall Park’s Urban Ranger youth volunteering group have organised a host of events that promote greening and growing in London. The Hidden Gems Trail starts on the 8th June, and on the 9th you can attend a ‘Seeding New Futures’ art workshop and a ‘Recycle and Grow’ pot making party.