Christmas Concerts at Normansfield Theatre

EventsIf you missed the recent chance to visit Normansfield Theatre which opened to the public as part of the London Open House weekend, you can experience one of the most beautiful buildings in Teddington/Hampton Wick during one of the annual fund-raising concerts that are held here.

The Down’s Syndrome Association’s (DSA) national office is lucky enough to be housed in The Langdon Down Centre (formerly known as Normansfield) and hidden within is a rare example of Victorian splendour in the form of a grade II listed theatre containing painted scenery and many ornate fixtures and fittings.

Every year the doors are opened during the festive period to help raise funds for the work of the association and this year is no different: Christmas Concerts are being held on Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th December.

The DSA Christmas concerts are now famous in the local area and a firm favourite in people’s calendars. It is a real chance for the DSA to open their national offices to the local community and raise awareness of the charity and vital funds that allow them to continue helping the 60,000 people with Down’s syndrome in the country live full and active lives.

The beautiful stage of the Normansfield Theatre will be heavy again with talent featuring favourites Singing Hands and the Larondina Dance Company, as well as the highly talented StopGap and Friendly Bombs Theatre Company. As is tradition each night will end with a triumphant sing-a-long to raise the Christmas spirits high!

Don’t delay – book your tickets today! Please call 0845 230 0372 and ask for the fundraising team. Ticket prices £15 for adults and £8 for children (under 12) & concessions.

Both nights performances start at 7.00pm promptly. Doors open at 6.30pm and the event finishes at 9.30pm. A complimentary glass of wine and mince-pie is included in your ticket price. Come and join in the DSA Christmas Spirit


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  • The beautiful stage of Normansfield Theatre was spotted in a recent episode of Downton Abbey where it was used for the village hall in the flower show scene starring Maggie Smith et al.


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