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This Festive season, let's paint a "Magical Forest". While sipping a good wine, learn how to paint a magical forest and beautiful Christmas tree. Let's make magical memories this Christmas.

Whether you come alone, with your partner or with a group of friends, you'll have a fantastic time painting and listening to "feel good" music. Hosted at our favourite venue, The Railway Teddington, with fantastic staff, delicious food, and a positive atmosphere with a good ambience, this night will be your most memorable night just yet.

You do not need any prior painting experience, and you do not need to bring any supplies. All you need to bring is just yourself (and your friends and/or family too), a ticket, and a reminder in your calendar for this event.

You'll get everything you need to create your masterpiece, including:
-Acrylic paints
-A premium stretch canvas (which you will take home with you after the party)
-Handpicked brushes for this particular painting
-A theme for the event apron to protect your clothing
-A few other bits like a palette, a cup to wash your brushes, a paper napkin
-An eco-friendly bag to take home your fabulous masterpiece
-Take Some unforgettable happy moments to capture in photos and share with friends on social media
-Additional Drinks & Food are available for purchase
What are you waiting for? Let's sip and paint together and let your inner creativity overflow. Register now and tag your friends along. I'll see you there!

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£37.00 per ticket

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

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Map & Directions

Sip & Paint 'Magical Forest'

Type:Art Exhibition

The Railway Pub & Dining, 3 Victoria Rd, Teddington, London, TW11 0BB

Tel: 07525242095

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