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Stage Dragon: The Wind In The Willows At Dapdune Wharf

By Ferenc Hepp I had a kind invitation by one of the founders of Prologue Youth Theatre Company to spend an evening in the very pleasant surroundings of the National…

Review: As You Like It – Guildford Shakespeare Company

By Alice Fowler Never has an encampment in the woods looked more inviting than Guildford Shakespeare Company’s forest camp, created for its new production, As You Like It. In the…

Stage Dragon: The Life & Death of Alexander Litvinenko – Grange Park Opera

By Alice Fowler The poisoning of a Russian dissident in London 15 years ago inspires Grange Park Opera’s new production, The Life & Death of Alexander Litvinenko. Postponed by a…

Stage Dragon: Stooping to Conquer While Ducking the Rain

By Alice Fowler Warm-hearted performances on languorous summers’ evenings have long been the Guildford Shakespeare Company’s stock in trade.  Pity the poor GSC then, that early performances of their post-pandemic…

Stage Dragon: Russian Tragedy Continues the Advance of Grange Park Opera

By Alice Fowler To arrive at Grange Park Opera’s Theatre in the Woods – past the magnificent façade of 14th century West Horsley Place, its formal gardens and lushly overgrown…

Stage Dragon: The Hound Of The Baskervilles, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Ferenc Hepp Theatre is back in Guildford and I was delighted to attend the Yvonne Arnaud’s first production following the easing of restrictions. The set up felt very safe…

‘A Visible Sign That Things Are Coming Back to Normal’ – the Yvonne Arnaud Reopens

By Martin Giles In another sign that Guildford is on its cautious way out of the pandemic, its leading theatre opened its doors last night for the first time since…

GSC Intends to Conquer Al Fresco as Restrictions Ease

By Alice Fowler Outdoor theatre, one of the great pleasures of the English summer, is set to make a welcome return to Guildford. Guildford Shakespeare Company will stage Oliver Goldsmith’s…

Yvonne Arnaud Theatre Celebrates Funding Success

The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre has been awarded a grant of £458,000 from the government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund. The grants, distributed by Arts Council England are to support cultural…

Feature: Good News From the GPO

The sun is shining, trees are in blossom, the end of lockdown is in sight, it’s nearly Easter and it’s almost time for the Grange Park Opera, Surrey season –…