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Yvonne Arnaud Theatre announces summer season

The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre today announces that it will reopen on June with Siobhan Basset’s The Hound of the Baskervilles (3to 12 June). The theatre is delighted to present this new comedy by Sara Crowe, directed by Joanna Read and designed by Neil Irish. ‘Lovingly crafted during lockdown in her spare bedroom in …

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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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Library project at West Horsley Place together with The Arts Society East Surrey

The West Horsley Place Trust – the charity established to save Grade I listed West Horsley Place and its surrounding estate so that they can be enjoyed by the public – today announces an important National Lottery Heritage funded collaboration with The Arts Society East Surrey Area to record the …

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AppArt launches On-Line Shop

Given the limited opportunities to hold live exhibitions during the Covid lockdowns, AppArt has decided to add an online shop to their website. This will support artists to get greater exposure of their work and clients eager to add artworks to their collections. Some twenty artists are taking part initially …

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A Call to Arms for Aspiring Artists

To coincide their new production of HENRY V, the award-winning Guildford Shakespeare Company have launched ‘Your Imaginary Forces’, a project calling on aspiring artists to engage with the play and the company to submit creations that will feature as part of the new online show. The open call is to …

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Mole Valley Arts E-Live Festival win award!

The awards are a celebration of those in local authorities who are championing the arts against all odds. Judges include high-profile figures in the arts and sciences: Le Gateau Chocolat, Helen Czerski, Mariella Frostrup, Paul Hartnoll, Adrian Lester CBE, Francesca Martinez, Petra Roberts and NCA Chair Samuel West. Mole Valley …

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Arts Alive Community Campaign – can you help?

MVDC are looking to create a short social media campaign aimed at helping two age groups that have become particularly vulnerable to loneliness during the pandemic: 18-30 year olds and over 65s. We’ll be pointing them towards all the help available both online and offline, and giving some tips on …

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Godalming artist Steve Kinder wins a wild card in Sky’s Landscape Artist of the Year

Our friend Gwyn Phillips from AppArt on our local artist Steve Kinder What a wild card! Steve Kinder took part in Sky’s Landscape Artist of the Year and won the wild card section of the competition. Steve along with 50 artists took part in the third episode of this year’s …

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Surrey Sculpture Society to launch Virtual Exhibition this spring

Like many other organisations, the Surrey Sculpture Society has had to change its plans due to the current circumstances, including having to adapt their first live event of 2021 into a virtual on-line exhibition. The Society will now present their Sculpture Showcase arts event via their website – surreysculpture.org.uk – …

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Free dramatherapy sessions for local families

Guildford Shakespeare Company’s (GSC) are accepting submissions and referrals for their free dramatherapy sessions for teenagers with mental health difficulties and their parents from 26th April. Now in its third year, With My Eyes is a unique course of free dramatherapy workshops for young people aged 12-18, which also involves …

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Celebrating Godalming Museum’s Centenary

Godalming Museum is 100 years old!  In January 1921 the former Borough of Godalming founded a public museum in Godalming’s Old Town Hall, also known as The Pepperpot. Although the museum’s collection is now looked after by The Godalming Museum Trust, in 2017 the town’s museum service returned to its …

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Rushmoor ‘Odd Fellows’ Male Voice Choir records second virtual performance

Rushmoor Male Voice Choir have increased their online activity during the current pandemic lock-downs. When it became obvious that it was going to be a long while before the choir could get together or perform in person they turned to technology. Their Zoom “social calls” have been supplemented by online …

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GSC announce a brand new live Murder Mystery event

Following the success of their live online Murder Mysteries in lockdown last year, enjoyed by some 750 households, GSC return with a brand-new case for families and friends to solve. 1955. Soho, London. The Verona Lounge is the crown jewel of London’s coolest cabaret bars; frequented by everyone from film …

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Guildford Fringe announces the family panto Cinderella and Aladdin One Rub Too Many the Adult Panto for 2021!

Guildford Fringe Theatre Company (GFTC) is looking ahead to Winter 2021 with its next professional pantomimes now on sale. Godalming’s family pantomime, Cinderella, will play the Borough Hall from 11 – 26 December 2021. GFTC celebrates its 10th Adult Panto with Aladdin One Rub Too Many the Adult Panto playing …

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Britain’s Got Talent Winner Jon Courtenay to Host Free Charity Concert

Jon Courtenay, this year’s winner of ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ is joining forces with home-stage.co.uk for a free online concert to raise funds for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. The event will be live streamed on YouTube on Monday 28th December 2020 at 7:30pm. With a soundtrack including all his …

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