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Rain Man

Rain Man Monday 22 – Saturday 27 October Mathew Horne and Ed Speleers star in Rain Man. Embark on a trip across America with self-centred salesman Charlie Babbitt and his long-lost older brother, Raymond; an autistic savant with a remarkable memory and a genius for numbers.  This heart-warming stage adaptation …

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Curry & Live Band Night

Join your local cancer charity, the Fountain Centre, for a curry and some live music on Saturday 6th October.  Local band The Cheap Shots will be belting out your favourite tunes at Shalford Village Hall with all proceeds going to this worthy cause.

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The Habit of Art

The Habit of Art Monday 1 – Saturday 6 October Olivier Award-winning Matthew Kelly and David Yelland star in Alan Bennett’s The Habit of Art. Exploring friendship, rivalry and heartache, this multi-layered masterpiece is about a meeting between the poet WH Auden and the composer Benjamin Britten.  This production, directed …

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Southern Pro Musica – Mozart and Beethoven

Southern Pro Musica – Mozart and Beethoven Sunday 21 October Join Southern Pro Musica for Mozart and Beethoven.  The evening will offer a feast of music by two of the greatest classical composers, played by the outstanding professional orchestra Southern Pro Musica under their conductor Jonathan Willcocks, featuring Martin Owen. …

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They Don’t Pay? We Won’t Pay!

They Don’t Pay, We Won’t Pay Tuesday 16 – Saturday 20 October Anthea is a woman on the edge, out of work, and in arrears.  When she gets mixed up in a supermarket riot, she seizes the opportunity to stock her empty cupboards and those of her friend, Maggie.  But …

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In Conversation with Anton Du Beke

In Conversation with Anton Du Beke Sunday 14 October A National Treasure, Anton Du Beke is one of the most instantly recognisable dancers today, best known for his role in the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.  As part of Guildford Book Festival, he visits the Theatre for an evening In Conversation …

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NADFAS 50TH CELEBRATION preceeded by “As good as gold”

The Arts Society Horsley Lovelace meets on the third Wednesday of each month to attend a wide ranging programme of lectures focussed on the visual arts. The lecture on the 19th September is “As Good as Gold: the significance and symbolism of gold in the history of art” by Alexandra …

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Ewhurst History Society

EWHURST HISTORY SOCIETY Tuesday 18thSeptember 2018 Brough Scott – Churchill at the Gallop Horses played an important part in Winston Churchill’s life. Local author, broadcaster and former jockey, Brough Scott, follows in Churchill’s hoofprints from his childhood pony in Blenheim Park, a cavalry charge in Sudan, playing polo in India, to the …

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Farnham Humanists’ Garden Party 2018

Farnham Humanists’ Garden Party 2018 Sunday 23rd Sept, 2:15pm to 4:45pm Farnham Museum Gallery, Willmer House, 38 West Street, Farnham GU9 7DX. All welcome. RSVP to Alan chair@farnham.humanist.org.uk BY 17th September. (Postponed from July due to World Cup.) Fruit punch, Pimm’s, Raffle, Chat. Please bring some party finger food and …

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