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Painshill puts on the greatest show with a long weekend of musical movie magic

The big screen comes to the great outdoors this summer as historic Painshill in Surrey offers film fans the chance to enjoy three nights of open-air cinema in its stunning grounds. Guests are invited to pull up a chair under a blanket of stars to watch three musical movie classics …

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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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Surrey Sculpture Society’s Summer Exhibition to open at the renowned and recently restored Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens

The Surrey Sculpture Society has exhibited at many renowned venues in the last 25 years and will be stepping over the county border into West Sussex, to launch their summer exhibition at the Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens, near Horsham.  It will be the first time that the Society will be …

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Experience Art on the North Downs Way: Latest addition to the Inspiring Views project launches in the Surrey Hills

A new Surrey Hills Arts Inspiring Views artwork was launched today (30 June) on Denbies Hillside in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). ‘Radius’ created by artist and designer, James Tunnard is a distinct sculptural seat and the eighth in the ‘Inspiring Views’ programme, which opens up …

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An Artistic Aviary at Watts Contemporary Gallery – opens 9th July

Opening at Watts Contemporary Gallery on 9th July, An Artistic Aviary presents work by 17 contemporary artists in a wide range of media to celebrate the art of birds. Bringing together paintings, ceramics, prints and sculpture, the exhibition explores humankind’s relationship with birds and highlights their continuing inspiration for artists. …

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Guildford Arts Summer Exhibition

The Mill Studio, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, 10th to 22nd July Mon-Sat 10am – 4pm The popular Guildford Arts Annual Summer Art Exhibition returns to the historic riverside Mill Studio, next to the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in the heart of the town.  After a limited on-line presence last year, this thoughtfully …

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Walking The Parables of Jesus at Wintershall

Walking The Parables of Jesus at Wintershall Monday 28th June – Saturday 3rd July  This summer, immerse yourself in The Parables of Jesus at Wintershall. Watch the Wintershall Players bring to life the stories that Jesus told in short, captivating scenes and take time to reflect on their meaning in …

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Surrey Artists Open Studios events

Frensham and Dockenfield trail Six artists and makers will be exhibiting their work in Dockenfield during Surrey Artists Open Studios, in sheltered garden settings, as part of the Frensham and Dockenfield trail. At the Oaks in the Street, Dockenfield, is Lynne Thomas, wildlife artist, with her paintings, prints and cards. …

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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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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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Bourne Mill Antiques, Farnham

Every time I visit Bourne Mill Antiques in Farnham I find something strikingly out of the ordinary that I have never come across before.  It’s a charming labyrinth of rooms, each offering items from a different trader.  Over the five floors, there are over 80 traders, who are the heart …

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