Culture

It’s official: Sean Connery is the public’s favourite Bond!

On 30th September, the eagerly anticipated latest James Bond film, No Time to Die, finally premièred in the UK. The film, which was originally set to be released in April 2020, has become one of the most delayed films in cinema. If Bond fans weren’t excited about its release before, …

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Intricate beauty of Petworth Park’s ancient trees revealed in new exhibition

Petworth GPS Trees by Richard Geraint Evans features incredibly detailed drawings of different tree specimens from the National Trust’s Petworth House and Park in West Sussex. Each artwork has its own set of GPS coordinates so that you can discover the tree for yourself. Petworth House is known for its …

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Arts Alive 2021 Cabaret Launch

Award-winning Mole Valley arts festival Arts Alive launches on Saturday 25th September with musical cabaret from 10.30am-12.30pm outside Dorking Sports Centre. Supported by Mole Valley District Council and on throughout October, Arts Alive is the biggest festival of its kind in the South East. The free launch event features traditional …

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Introducing Buddy Nights for solo theatre-lovers

The award-winning Guildford Shakespeare Company are introducing a new scheme for solo theatregoers, to attend with like-minded audience members. Matt Pinches, Producer: “Following feedback from audiences to our Front of House Team, it became apparent that there are many people out there who love theatre but for whatever reason, don’t …

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Come and vote for your favourite Surrey artist and support their local talent

The Surrey Artist of the Year competition is a partnership between the New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham and the Surrey Artists Open Studios to celebrate the wealth of creative talent in Surrey. It runs from 25th Sept to 6th November 2021, Tue-Sat: 10.30-5, free entry. Starting in 2009; this aspirational exhibition …

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Surrey Sculpture Society returns to The Savill Garden for fourth annual ‘Art in the Garden’ Exhibition

The vibrant colours of autumn are set to form the perfect backdrop to Surrey Sculpture Society’s fourth annual ‘Art in the Garden’ exhibition at The Savill Garden, Englefield Green on the Surrey/Berkshire borders within the boundaries of Windsor Great Park, from 22nd September until 2nd November. The gardens are a …

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A phenomenal month for local art at Haslemere Museum

In September and October this year, the Museum team are pleased to be hosting four exhibitions, all showcasing a wealth of local artistic talent.  They are delighted to welcome three local organisations all with substantial credentials and provenance.  Haslemere Art Society (3rd-14th September), Surrey Guild of Craftsmen (10th-25th September) and …

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Lines of Beauty: Master Drawings from Chatsworth comes to Surrey

Lines of Beauty: Master Drawings from Chatsworth Until 5 December 2021 A major exhibition of Old Master Drawings on loan from one of the UK’s most significant collections will go on display at The Lightbox gallery and museum this autumn. Developed in partnership with Chatsworth House and Sheffield Museums – …

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New season for the Godalming Film Society

The Godalming Film Society are extremely happy to announce the start of their 15th season and plan to return to the Borough Hall in Godalming to screen films in-venue from Tuesday 7 September 2021. They are a members only society which celebrates cinema by screening films that are rarely seen …

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New cinema to come to Liphook in 2022!

Two years after work first began on the eagerly awaited transformation of Liphook’s former Anchor Garage into The Living Room Cinema, building work has resumed for an anticipated early 2022 launch. A lot has changed in the last 2 years and with the company having now purchased the property outright, …

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How to transform your outdoor space with stunning garden sculpture

With the arrival of spring comes the perfect time to get out in the garden and make the most of your outdoor space. One way to completely transform your garden for 2021 is to invest in a garden sculpture. With so many styles and sizes to choose from, Ian Hay, …

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I’m Sorry I’m Laughing Too Much – a tribute to the greatest radio comedy of all time

Stefan Reynolds pays tribute to the newly crowned greatest radio comedy of all time Lockdown has been a great period for the radio. Who can fail to have been helped along with cheerful music, a decent play or some wonderful comedy? It was such a great shock when the magnificent …

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New audio guide sheds light on the secrets of Witley Camp

In 2019, Godalming Museum was awarded £63,900 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to carry out an exciting community archaeology project at Witley Camp, with help from Surrey County Archaeological Unit and The National Trust. Once a bustling military camp home to 20,000 British and Canadian soldiers and a veterinary …

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Chilworth Gunpowder Mills restoration work completed – and a walk!

Access to one of Guildford’s most important heritage sites has been improved following completion of the latest restoration works at the Chilworth Gunpowder Mills. Coinciding with the 100th anniversary of its closure, in 1920, repairs to the 1880s steam-powered mill buildings on the site include improvements to three bridges, strengthening …

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Haslemere Museum – an aladdin’s cave!

Children visiting the galleries at Haslemere Museum for the first time should be forgiven for thinking they’ve stumbled upon Aladdin’s Cave! Even for adults the incredible variety and extent of exhibits is amazing. But it also begs some questions: how does a local museum in a small town come to …

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