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15 June - 5 August
Double Act - Polka Theatre
I would like you to
meet Ruby and Garnet. They’re twins, identical and inseparable – and
do absolutely EVERYTHING together. But their lives are about to change.
Recently, their Dad’s gone a bit weird. He’s been acting strange
ever since he started dating that frizzy dizzy Rose. And now he’s only
gone and bought a bookshop in the country…
Vicky Ireland’s funny and gripping stage adaptation, based on Jacqueline Wilson’s is being performed at the Polka Theatre in Wimbledon from 15 June until the 5 August.
– 23 June
Sherlock Holmes: The Final Curtain – Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Sherlock Holmes – the world’s greatest detective.
Living in retirement on the South Coast, he keeps
bees, occasionally casts his fly fishing rod, even plays his violin -
when the rheumatism allows.
All too aware that he’s older and slower, he’s
concerned that he might have lost his touch, paranoid that he is an easy
target for his enemies. There have been so many over the years. He never
truly believed Moriarty - his arch nemesis - died at the Reichenbach
This chilling, gripping drama is filled with unforeseen
twists and revelations.
Starring Robert Powell and Liza Goddard the play is being performed at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre from Monday the 18th to Saturday 23 June.
Grumpy Old Women To The Rescue - Epsom Playhouse
Fed up with flogging their guts out and always having to be in charge,
the Grumpy Old Women have put their knobbly old feet up in glorious
retirement, free at last to practise their extreme colouring-in,
ukuelele orchestra and novelty fudge- making.
But with the world in a bigger mess than ever before, is there anything
that can tempt them off their backsides to unleash their superpowers and
once more come to the rescue ?!
Jenny Eclair, Dillie
Keane & Lizzie Roper are the
Grumpy Old Women and you can see them at the Epsom Playhouse on Thursday
Comedy Club - Dorking Halls
You can enjoy some of the hottest new talent on the comedy circuit at the
popular comedy club that has been running at Dorking Halls since 2001.
Party Night - Electric Theatre, Guildford
you like the music from the 70's and 80's?
of highly trained young professionals, Central Avenue promise a night of
the highest quality entertainment for all ages and music tastes. There's
a full 10 piece line up with an expanded horn section and three fabulous
female lead singers.
22 June Guildford
College "Love and Information" - Electric
Guildford College's Level 3 performing Arts
Students are presenting Caryl Churchill's “Love and Information”.
It's a kaleidoscope play of short scenes addressing contemporary issues
about knowledge, technology and communication, and our capacity to love.
It's taking place at Guildford's Electric Theatre on Friday 22 June.
June Jon Culshaw - Camberley Theatre
Comedian and impressionist Jon Culshaw
and legendary comedy producer Bill Dare come to Camberley Theatre
for an evening of unscripted, unrehearsed, spontaneous comedy and
conversation as politicians, sports personalities and celebrities old
and new are all up for a roasting. You, the audience, help choose which
characters appear and what direction the show takes.
Jon reveals the secrets of mimicry, The Great British Take Off
is topical, satirical, anecdotal and highly entertaining.
You can see Jon Culshaw on Saturday 23
June at the Camberley Theatre.
Watermill Jazz - Dorking
If you want some
jazz - every Tuesday evening you can see a range of top UK and
international artists perform live at Watermill Jazz.
Next Tuesday, 26
June, you can see the Peter
Horsfall - a singer, trumpet player, songwriter and producer based in
London. For this concert, Peter and his band will play selections from
his debut album Nighthawks,
which was released in 2017 to critical acclaim
It takes place at
Betchworth Park Golf Club, near Dorking.
Epsom Playhouse Backstage Tours
Have you ever wondered what it's like
backstage at a theatre? On Wednesday 27 May there are a series of tours
at the Epsom Playhouse where you can see behind the scenes and have your
questions answered by their expert technicians. The tour lasts around an
- 30 June
Bugsy Malone - Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford
Yvonne Arnaud Youth Theatre returns to the Main Stage with a dazzling
production of the timeless classic Bugsy
Malone follows the rivalry of two half-witted gangs, headed by Fat Sam
and Dandy Dan.
As the chaos ensues, can
Bugsy keep a cool head and help restore order on the streets and save
his friend’s livelihood?
You can see this
production from Thursday to Saturday 28 - 30 June at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre,
and Dolls - Dorking Halls
in Damon Runyon's mythical New York City, Guys And Dolls takes us from the heart of Times Square to
cafes of Havana, Cuba, and even into the sewers of New York City, but
eventually everyone ends up right where they belong. This
production is taking place at the Dorking Halls on Friday 29 June.
Comedy Cottage - Harlequin Theatre, Redhill
If comedy is your thing, top TV circuit &
international comedians will be performing alongside rising stars of the
future at Redhill's Harlequin Theatre. The regular Comedy Cottage next
takes place on the Friday 29 June.
- 8 July
The Merry Wives
of Windsor - Polesden
Lacey, Great Bookham
Shakespeare's classic farce is given the 1920s
treatment, in this fast moving and colourful production. Taking place at
Polesden Lacey on Saturday 30 June, why not bring folding chairs or
blankets and enjoy the beautiful surroundings - it's the perfect way to
spend a Summer afternoon.
Guildford Theatre School "Lest
We Forget" - Electric Theatre
The talented Drama students of the Guildford
Theatre School take to the stage at the Electric Theatre to present a
moving and thoughtful evening inspired by the First World War. It takes
place on Sunday 1 July.
Last Flight Out - Epsom Playhouse
Last Flight Out is an original one-person show inspired by the life of
the record-breaking pilot, Amy Johnson.
Amy Johnson set off from Croydon Airport in 1930 on her record-breaking
solo flight from England to Australia. She lived her life for discovery
and the future of aviation.
In this play we meet Amy in a world of mixed memories, desires, wishes
and ambitions, finding out how the world of this ‘lone-girl flier’
Last Flight Out premiered in 2017 at the Croydonites Festival of New Theatre to sold-out audiences and you can see it at the Epsom Playhouse on Thursday 5 July.
The Adventures Of Doctor Dolittle - Hawth Theatre, Crawley
When Doctor John Dolittle
learns how to talk to animals, news of his skills spreads far and wide.
Soon animals across the world send messages asking for his help. So, he
buys a leaky old ship and, together with his trusty pet-crew sets forth
on a mission to heal illness, spread compassion and gain a greater
understanding of the animal kingdom.
A funny, much-loved and
exciting adventure, with a strong message about responsibility towards
animals and the environment.
This play is suitable for youngsters aged 5 and above and is at the Hawth Theatre in Crawley on Thursday 5 July.
6 & 7 July
BPM Dance Academy - Hawth Theatre, Crawley
The BPM Dance Academy is proud to present their
6th annual show at the Hawth Theatre in Crawley - featuring over 200
students from Mid Sussex as they show off their latest Hip Hop, Street
Dance & Contemporary skills. You can see the next generation of
dancers and talent in Mid Sussex on Friday and Saturday 6 and 7 July.
Puss In Boots - Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Grab your boots and join
Jack and Puss on their adventure, seeking fame and fortune, defeating
the fearsome ogre Snapheels and winning the heart of the brave Princess
storytellers Bard & Troubadour bring this classic tale to life with
songs and laughs ideal for all the family. Expect performance, puppets -
and plenty of audience participation! Great for all ages. This
performance is on Saturday 14 July and takes place at the Riverside
Restaurant at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre.
This production is part of Guildford Fringe
Amandla - Harlequin Theatre, Redhill
celebration of the centenary of Nelson Mandela’s birth the
Freewheelers Theatre & Media Company perform their two-act play “Amandla!”
“Amandla!” (which means Power to the People). The play charts the
remarkable life of Nelson Mandela from his tribal boyhood to his time as
a freedom fighter, through his imprisonment to the peak of his fame as
president of South Africa.
With a cast
of 35, and singers from two choirs, the Freewheelers tell this
incredible tale using dance, drama, media & music. You can see it at
Redhill's Harlequin Theatre on Wednesday 18 July.