Brandreth: Break a Leg - Epsom Playhouse
say all political careers end in tears.
Gyles Brandreth's case it's tears of laughter as the actor, author and Countdown
star is back on tour with his new show celebrating all
hesitation or repetition (and just a touch of deviation), Gyles delivers
a dazzling hour of wit, wisdom, high drama, low comedy, and hilarious
can break a leg with Gyles Brandreth at the Epsom Playhouse on Sunday 19
May Forbidden Broadway - Epsom
Sutton Theatre Company are bringing the glamour of Broadway to the Epsom
Playhouse – but not quite as you may know it!
Broadway is a hilarious cabaret revue sharply spoofing show tunes,
characters and plots of many classic Broadway musicals.
show features hilarious rewrites of your favourite songs and dead-on
impressions by a brilliant cast.
Broadway is at the Epsom Playhouse from 22 to 25 May
The Trials of Oscar Wilde - Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford
14 February 1895 was the triumphant opening night of Oscar Wilde's
'The Importance of Being
Earnest' and the zenith of his career.
days later, he found himself a common prisoner serving two years hard
the actual words spoken in court, experience what it was like to be in
the company of a flawed genius - as this less than ideal husband is
suddenly reduced to a man of no importance.
dramatisation of the libel and criminal trials of Oscar Wilde is at
Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud Theatre on 23 to 25 May
- Harlequin Theatre, Redhill
Science is a new, exciting & educational show that will amaze &
astound all ages from 4 years & upwards.
clear and prepare for action, as this show is full of Wiz, bang, pop...
And splurt puts the 'exciting' back into science.
Science is at the Harlequin Theatre in Redhill on Friday 31 May
23 June Moonscapes
- Watts Gallery, Artist's Village, Compton
the year of the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing, Moonscapes
is the first exhibition to explore nineteenth-century visions of the
a selection of works by significant artists, the exhibition will focus
on the Victorian fascination with the earth's closest cosmic neighbour.
exhibition - Moonscapes
is at the Watts Gallery in Compton.
The Pajama Game - Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford
Pajama Game is a classic Broadway musical and is being staged at
Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud Theatre.
union strike at Sleep-Tite Pajama Factory generates plenty of steam and
heat in this toe-tapping comedic love story, as Babe Williams, the
workers’ union rep is wooed by the strong-minded factory
superintendent Sid Sorokin.
on the novel 7½ Cents written by Richard Bissell
you want to be whisked back to the 1950's and the height of the golden
age of Musical Theatre - The Pajama
Game is at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre on 11 - 15 June
After Sherlock - Electric Theatre, Guildford
Sherlock' is a tale of blackmail, murder, suicide, deceit and treasure
all in two acts! Sherlock Holmes has retired to a life of beekeeping.
But back in Baker Street his good friend Dr. Watson discovers that the
reason for his late wife’s death may not have been as it seemed at the
time. Old acquaintance’s Mrs. Hudson and Inspector Lestrade help
Watson; however Holmes is never far away!
You can find
out what happens at the Electric Theatre in Guildford on 14 June
Dore - Electric
remember the singer Charlie Dore? Pilot of the Airwaves? She's still
performing and is coming to the Electric Theatre on 23 June for an
evening of eclectic, contemporary folk music.
will be the first time Charlie has sung with Guildford Vox for over six
years and there will be several fresh songs for the choir to get their
co-pilot for tonight is the multi-instrumentalist Julian Littman of
of The Dance - Epsom Playhouse
The stunning Irish spectacular
that is Rhythm of The Dance, is a fully live show that celebrates Irish
culture through music and dance.
Featuring world champion
dancers, traditional band and singers, the Rhythm of The Dance is at the
Epsom Playhouse on 27 June
June and 6/7 July Shakespeare at Polesden Lacey
What could possibly be better than a
Well, how about 5 love stories?
Love’s Labour’s Lost is a joyous
comic masterpiece written early in Shakespeare’s career. It's filled
with romance, riotous fun, wit and humour.
They sign the oath, but almost
immediately the Princess of France and her three ladies-in-waiting
arrive to discuss her father’s debts to the King. The men fall
instantly in love, break the oath and the fun begins.