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20 - 21 March
Menopause the Musical - Hawth Theatre,
Maureen Nolan, Rebecca Wheatley and Hilary O’Neil star in the
hysterical comedy, Menopause The Musical.
one-liners and parody songs about hot flushes and memory loss, this
all-singing, all-dancing comedy is set in a department store, where four
women with seemingly nothing in common, meet by chance. They soon bond
as they make fun of their woeful lives experiencing “The Change” and
their problems with forgetfulness, mood swings, wrinkles, night sweats
and chocolate binges.
- 24 March Pressure -
June 5, 1944 and 350,000 lives depend on the most important weather
forecast of all time.
is the remarkable real-life tale of two warring Allied meteorologists
tasked with predicting the weather conditions for the D Day landings.
hours prior to the D Day landings, Scottish meteorologist, Group Captain
James Stagg, advises General Eisenhower on the weather conditions likely
to prevail when 350,000 troops are to be sent across the Channel in
Operation Overlord. He predicted severe storms whilst Irving P. Krick -
Hollywood’s meteorological movie consultant - predicting beautiful
weather. The future of Britain, Europe and the United States rests on
one single forecast.
21 March A Midsummer Night's Dream - Harlequin Theatre, Redhill
Theatre UK and The Harlequin Theatre present A Midsummer Night’s
transported to a fantastical world of dazzling dance, music and
enchantment. Lovers, fairies, mischief and moonlight all conspire in
Shakespeare’s classic tale.
- 22 March Guys And
Dolls - Epsom Playhouse
Castle School present Guys
And Dolls; an oddball romantic comedy. Gambler Nathan
Detroit tries to find the cash to set up the biggest game in town while
the authorities breathe down his neck; meanwhile, his girlfriend,
nightclub performer Adelaide, laments that they've been engaged for 14
years and haven't tied the knot.
Guys And Dolls takes
us from the heart of Times Square to the cafes of Havana, Cuba and
eventually everyone ends up right where they belong.
Letters to the Moon - Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
"Posting Letters to the Moon" is a
romantic, funny and very touching portrait of life during the early
1940s. It features readings of wartime letters between actress Celia
Johnson - best known for her
appearance in the film 'Brief Encounter' and her explorer and writer
husband Peter Fleming - the brother of James Bond creator Ian Fleming -
who worked for military intelligence in India and the Far East during
the war – ‘as far away as the moon’.
The letters are read by their daughter Lucy Fleming and her husband Simon Williams and are full of love and warmth and backstage gossip.
March Rock for Heroes
- Epsom Playhouse
yourself in the incredible new live music experience with Rock For
Heroes. Bringing the perfect combination of Rock & Pop artist across
the eras, in celebration of an incredible cause Help for Heroes. It's
performed by a full live rock band and superb singers.
- 27 March Little Mochi Man -
Polka Theatre, Wimbledon
It’s almost the
New Year and Little Mochi Man, tired of being bullied for being small,
decides to run away.
Join him on his
adventures from the snowy mountains of Hokkaido, to the hustle and
bustle of Tokyo. With ‘origami’ puppets, animation and specially
composed music, this is the perfect introduction to Japan for young
March - 13 May Miachael
Rosen's Chocolate Cake - Polka Theatre, Wimbledon
Do you like
chocolate? Then you might like this children's performance which follows
the adventures of two brothers and the night-time disappearance of a
This new musical
adaptation of Michael Rosen’s beloved poem Chocolate Cake is
being performed at Wimbledon's Polka Theatre from Thursday 23 March
until the 13 May.
March A Night at The Opera
- Epsom Playhouse
Choral Society presents a Night at the Opera.
Take a tour
through Operatic Highlights under the baton of Musical Director, James
Henshaw, Chorus Master of the English National Opera, we present opera
classics from the Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves to the virtuoso Pearl
Storyteller’ - Electric
at the Electric Theatre, 'Storyteller, Storyteller'.
slapstick and magical, non-verbal storytelling create a feast of
laughter and pure joy as two storytellers go head-to-head in a
high-energy battle for laughs.
are high wire antics, swimming, a test of strength, demented dancing and
even tennis feature in this mad-cap extravaganza.
It's suitable for 3 year olds and above.
Big Wooden Horse - Hawth Theatre, Crawley
Something for the
children and one day Monty found a book 'Inventions Very Rare' Create
yourself a monster friend BUT ONLY IF YOU DARE! Follow the young
inventor Monty as he creates a whole world of whacky inventions and
incredible monsters, but now he has made them all how is he going to get
rid of them?!
This energetic show
full of thrills, spills, magic and mayhem will delight the whole family
– with original music and plenty of audience participation!
It's suitable for 3
year olds upwards.
24 March - 15 April Easter at Wisley RHS Garden
With Easter just around the corner, the RHS Gardens at Wisley is the
perfect place for a day out.
The garden is bursting into bloom and there's a range of fun family
activities. You can make a crown sun catcher, sow seeds to take home, or
watch fabulous bird of prey demonstrations. And don't miss the return of
the delicious Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt! Activities run each day and some
These special events take place until Sunday 15 April.
Watermill Jazz - Betchworth Park Golf Club
If you want some jazz - every Tuesday evening you can see
a range of top UK and international artists perform live at Watermill
Next Tuesday, the 20th March - Jazz at the Movies. They
are a unique
quintet who put an irresistible spin on classic movie themes and
soundtrack songs from the silver screen.
Full of rich swing and droll anecdote,
Jazz At The Movies features music from films including The Pink Panther,
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, plus songs by Burt Bacharach, John
Barry and John Dankworth amongst others.
It takes place at Betchworth Park Golf Club, near Dorking.
27 - 31 March
Agatha Christie's Love from a Stranger
- Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Christie's "Love from a Stranger" - a whirlwind romance
with a handsome and charming stranger sweeps Cecily Harrington off her
feet and she recklessly abandons her old life to settle in the remote
and blissful surroundings of a country cottage. However, her newfound
love is not all that it seems....
- 31 March Thoroughly
Modern Millie - Richmond Theatre
a hugely successful tour in Spring 2017, the award-winning musical
Thoroughly Modern Millie is set to tour the UK again in 2018 with
actress Hayley Tamaddon taking on the title role of Millie Dilmount, a
Kansas girl determined to make it big in New York City.
Modern Millie is based on the 1967 film and takes you back to the height
of the 1920's Jazz Age in New York City.
- 31 March Ghetto - Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Set in the Jewish
Ghetto of Vilna, Lithuania, in 1942, and based on diaries written during
the darkest days of the holocaust,
Ghetto tells the story of the unlikely flourishing of a theatre
at the very time the Nazis began their policy of mass extermination.
“People who knew next day they’d be on a train to the camps, the
night before they’d put on the finery and come to a play” - is one
way of summing this play up.
Ghetto is presented
by The Yvonne Arnaud Youth
Theatre and contains scenes of violence.
29 March In
Flanders Fields - The Hawth Theatre, Crawley
2018 marks the 100 year anniversary of the end
of World War 1. Join with the Hawth Youth Theatre as they bring to life
the people, memories and poems and remember those who lived and fought
for their country both at home and in Flanders fields.
A ‘Youth Music’ Charity Event - Electric Theatre, Guildford
Crazy is a Guildford based, 8 piece band that plays everything from
classic pop and soul to modern hits, with the emphasis on partying!
Hellfire Comedy Club, G-Live, Guildford
The Hellfire Comedy Club to see some of the hottest up-and-coming
comedians. With a range of comedy styles, these emerging acts are fresh
from the London circuit and give you a great opportunity to see some new
stand-up talent in Guildford.
The next performance is on Thursday 29 March and the ticket price
includes a curry and beer.
- 7 April Jungle Book - Electric Theatre, Guildford
grows up thinking that he’s as fierce as a wolf, but when he learns
that he’s actually human, he must discover how to reconcile two very
he remain with the pack or return to the human world? A thrilling jungle
adventure for the whole family, based on the classic by Rudyard Kipling
and brought to the stage of The Electric Theatre by a talented cast of
young actors aged 5 to 18.
April Jess Robinson -
Harlequin Theatre, Redhill
award-winner and Britain’s Got
Talent 2017 semi-finalist Jess Robinson for an evening of spot-on
celebrity impressions, musical comedy and stunning vocal gymnastics.
Like a wonderfully
malfunctioning jukebox, Jess and her incredible vocals will take you on
a dizzying journey through hilarious musical mash-ups, serving a feast
of styles and genres from Billie Holiday and Judy Garland to Amy
Winehouse and Beyonce.