Brer Rabbit visits Africa at Richmond Riverside
Play, from 24 Sep 2016
next to Richmond Bridge,
Brer Rabbit travels to Africa to visit his grandmother. He gets himself into trouble, and all the animals of Africa – elephant, lion and tortoise alike – gather to help. Based on the traditional Brer Rabbit tales, this show was specially written for the Puppet Theatre Barge and is narrated beautifully by Rudolf Walker.
Suitable for everyone down to 3 year olds.
|Sat 1 - Sun 2 Oct 2016||14:30|
£8.50 children; £12 adults; £10 concessions
TQ 177746 51.45823 -0.30710
Richmond Riverside is about 15 minute walk away from Richmond Station. Turn left after leaving the station, walk down the Quadrant and George Street, pass the Old Ship pub and turn right into Water Lane, which will take you down to the river. Richmond Bridge, Terrace Gardens and Petersham Meadows are all to the left from here (Kingston direction), while walking right will take you towards Kew Gardens and Central London.
: 0 miles from Richmond station
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- Picnic site
- Public toilets