looking for an evening out or maybe something different to do at the
no further. Here you'll find a range of events taking place in the
Surrey and Sussex area.
The broadcast Events Diary is back on Monday (15 January).
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Recognised as one of the finest observational comics , Ed Byrne's
Spoiler Alert show will be at the Rose Theatre in Kingston Upon Thames
on Sunday 21 January at 8pm and also at Redhill's Harlequin Theatre on
Monday 29 January at 8pm
A Tonic To The
London 1951 and to brighten up post war Britain, the Festival of Britain
was staged on London's South Bank. Michael Gilbert will be giving a talk
to the Shaw's Corner Literary Society about this event.
Reformed Church, Shaw's Corner, Redhill
Monday 22 January at 7.45pm
The award winning vocalist Anita Wardell is a sensitive interpreter of
standards and jazz originals. Steeped in the bebop tradition, Anita is a
musician who uses the voice as her instrument, displaying precision and
agility, mixed with heartfelt emotion. She was the recipient of a 2006
and a 2016 BBC Jazz Award.
Tuesday 23 January 7.30pm
Playhouse - Stephen K Amos
Brexit. Trump. No more Mary Berry on the Great British Bake Off. Things
are looking bleak, so wouldn’t it be better to just forget all about
it? Comic Stephen K Amos might not be able to provide bread to the
hungry masses, but no one else is going to put on a better circus. Leave
your problems behind for the evening in the company of the ‘effusively
charming’ Amos and who knows? Maybe the world will seem just a little
When: Tuesday 23 January
Reigate School hosts this evening which remembers victims of the
Holocaust and other genocides.
of being Earnest
Oscar Wilde's classic is returning to the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in
Guildford. It stars Gwen Taylor as the formidable Lady Bracknell and is
the story of romance, identity, prams and handbags.
Wednesday 24 January to Saturday 3 February
Playhouse - The Mitford Sisters
The Mitford Sisters is a new one-woman performed by Heather Long.
Who were the Mitford Sisters? The sisters lived in
the 20th century and much of their varied lives are synchronous with
major events that defined that time.
Diana was married to Oswald Mosley and a lifelong
Unity was a great close friend of Hitler’s.
Jessica, was a dyed-in-the-wool communist.
Deborah became Duchess of Devonshire
and Nancy was a well-loved novelist. This one woman show follows
four of the Mittford Sisters through the world changing events of the
When: Thursday 25 January 7.30pm
The internationally renowned Sacconi String Quartet are returning to the
Dorking Halls for the first time in a number of years with three
concerts. The first is on Sunday 4 February at 3pm