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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.

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

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Epsom Talks
Epsom Talks is a series of talks presented by the Epsom and Ewell Literary Society. On the 6 December there is “Comedy Stars of the Silent Movies”. Musician Keith Nichols will accompany the hilarious silent films.

Where:  Epsom Playhouse
When:   Wednesday 6 December at 7.45pm

Further Info:  01737 355 300


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 7 December - a flute recital

Thursday 14 December – an organ recital.

These concerts start at 1.10pm

Further information on their website


Dick Whittington
A family favourite returns to Guildford’s Yvonne Are-Not Theatre

When:  8 December to 7 January


String Fever
Take three brothers, one cousin, 4 string instruments, add a generous amount of talent and comedy and witness a totally unique act that exceeds all expectations.

Where:  Electric Theatre, Guildford  
When:   Saturday 9 December


Aladdin – A Multi-sensory pantomime
This multi-sensory pantomime is specifically written for children and young people with special educational needs and their families.

Where:  The Dawnay Primary School in Great Bookham
When:  Sunday 10 December at 11.15am and 2 pm

Further details from Anni Rhodes-Steere on 01372 278 021


A Royal Christmas
Siobhan Clarke will be giving an illustrated talk which explores Christmas at Court from the middle ages to the present day and how the Royal Family have influenced our own celebrations.

Organised by the Shaw’s Corner Literary Society, the talk takes place at Redhill United Reform Church at Shaw’s Corner on Monday 11 December at 7.45pm


Guildford Jazz
On Tuesday 12 December they welcome the trumpeter Enrica Tomassa.

Where:  Jazz Café Electric Theatre in Guildford

Full details on their website.


Cinderella 
The classic story of Cinderalla is brought to the stage at the Epsom Playhouse

When:  15 December to 7 January

Further information on their website.


Christmas Songs and Music
It’s Beginning To Look a Lot Like Christmas is presented by the University of Chichester and features some of the festive season’s best loved songs and music.

When:  Friday 15 December 7.30pm


Cabaret Café
Antonio Forcione is an artist in every sense of the word, hailed as one of the most charismatic, unconventional guitarists today.

Where:  Electric Theatre, Guildford
When:   Tuesday 19 December at 7.30pm


Jack and the Beanstalk
Leatherhead Theatre brings a firm favourite at Christmas - Jack and the Beanstalk.

When:  Wednsday 20 December to Saturday 30 December


A Christmas Carol
The Charles Dickens classic is being staged at the Electric Theatre in Guildford. It’s a magical youth theatre production for all the family brought to the stage by a large, talented cast aged between 5 and 18 years old.

Where:  Electric Theatre, Guildford
When:   Thursday 14th to Saturday 19th December


Peter Pan
This year the Harlequin Theatre are putting on the ever popular story of Peter Pan
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When:  Friday 8 December until Sunday the 31st

Further Information on the Harlequin’s website.


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 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