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Host of fun at Teddington Landmark Arts Centre
A Comic Relief comedy night and textiles fair are part of the spring line-up at Teddington’s Landmark Arts Centre.
The centre’s contemporary textiles fair will showcase work by more than 75 designers, who will exhibit and sell a range of display and wearable art, including embroidery, weaving and knits.
The fair will also feature a touring exhibition and demonstrations by the International Feltmakers’ Association.
Red Nose Day will be marked with a night of laughs led by Latitude Festival winner Paul McCaffrey, who starred in Russell Howard’s Good News and Russell Kane’s Whistle Stop Tour.
Comedian Mark Smith will be the support act and the first 15 audience members through the door prepared to do something funny to raise money and wear a red nose will be rewarded with a free drink.
Other events to look forward to include Richmond and Twickenham Photographic Society’s annual exhibition, due to be held over the Easter weekend.
Comedy Network Comic Relief Special at Landmark Arts Centre, Ferry Road Teddington, on Thursday, March 14; doors open 7pm, show starts at 8pm; tickets £12 advance and members, £14 on the door.
Contemporary Textiles Fair from Friday, March 8, to Sunday, March 10; admission: £4, £3 seniors and students, members and children free. Call 020 8977 7558 or visit landmarkartscentre.org.