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Are you looking for an evening out or maybe something different to do at the weekend?

Well look no further. Here you'll find a range of events taking place in the Surrey and Sussex area.


Sarah Locke presents a selection of events each hour from 8.45 am on Surrey Sound's daytime shows.

Harlequin Theatre, Redhill
Wednesday 22 November -
Start Christmas in style with a festive trip down memory lane. It’s a show that combines stunning costumes and your all time favourite Christmas songs – including a Victorian Carol concert.

Thursday the 23 November, there is an orchestral concert performed by students from Reigate Grammar School. This concert is a showcase for their bands and orchestras in an eclectic mix of dance-themed music.

Further Information on the Harlequin’s website.

Mole Valley Arts Festival
Deadly Nightcap is a murder mystery written by the master of suspense, Francis Durbridge. Its being performed by the Ashtead Players from Wednesday 22 to Saturday 25 November

Where: Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall, Woodfield Lane in Ashtead.

For further information or to book tickets, call 07709 650 570

The Knitting Pattern Play
In the 18th century France, a former aristocrat meets a group of extraordinary knitters who shape the fate and destiny of France through their needles and yarn.

The story is told in knitting with a set designed by textile students at the Chelsea School of Art. 

Where:  Green Room Theatre in the Dorking Halls

When:  Thursday 23 November  7.30 to 10.30pm

Tickets available from the Dorking Halls box office

Dorking Folk Club
The Dorking Folk Club meets on Wednesday evenings at the Dorking Golf Club. 

Forthcoming events include on the 22 November Cathryn Craig, one of Nashville’s finest voices. She’s joined by Brian Willoughby, considered one if the finest acoustic guitarists.

And on the 29 November there’s the young folk duo Harbottle and Jonas.

Tickets cost £9 and doors open at 8pm.

Treasure Island - Almost a pantomime.
Performed by the St Marks Players, the production is taking place at St Mark's Church Centre, Alma Road in Reigate.

When:  Thursday 23 and Friday 24 November.
Tickets are £16 and include
a fish and chip supper.

Lunchtime Music at St Matthews Church in Redhill
Every Thursday there is a lunchtime concert lasting up to an hour at St Matthews Church in Station Road – Redhill

Thursday 23 November – Margaret Watson plays the Harp

Thursday 30 November - The Renaissance Recorder GroupAlma Quartet.

These concerts start at 1.10pm

Further information on their website

The Wey and Arun Canal Trust
The Wey and Arun Canal Trust aims to restore the 23 mile canal built some 200 years ago. When completed this will be the final link in the route from London to the English Channel.
Graeme Lewington, from the trust, will be giving a talk about the project. 

Organised by the Shaw’s Corner Literary Society, the talk takes place at Redhill's United Reform Church at Shaw's Corner on the 27 November at 7.45pm.

Jack and his Giant Stalk – Guildford’s Adult Panto
Jack and his Giant Stalk – Guildford’s Adult Panto is performed by Guildford’s Fringe Theatre Company. Suitable for over 18’s only

Where:  The Star Inn, Quarry Street, Guildford

When: Tuesday 28 November to Sunday 31 December

Guildford Jazz
Forthcoming jazz concerts include:

Tuesday 28 November – the tenor saxophonist Josephine Davies

Tuesday 12 December the trumpeter Enrica Tomassa

Where:  Jazz Café Electric Theatre in Guildford

Full details on their website.

Guildford Vox Community Choir
The Guildford Vox Community Choir meet every Monday at the Trinity Centre, Guildford High Street.

There are no auditions and all are welcome and their repertoire consists of contemporary and traditional songs.

When:  7 – 9pm during term time

More information on their website