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Curtain Rises on Opportunity for AmDram Actors

The Guildford Shakespeare Company is looking for an ensemble of “community performers” to be part of their multi-venue, promenade production of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet this summer. The production is…

Stage Dragon Review: Pride & Prejudice – Guildford Shakespeare Company

By Martin Giles It is a truth universally acknowledged that a town in possession of any cultural ambition must desire a theatre company of the quality of the Guildford Shakespeare…

Screen Dragon: The Daringly Eccentric Story of a Woman Bought Back From The Dead

By Mark Kitchen Hilarious, eccentric, disturbing, outlandish – just some of the words that could be used to describe Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest award-winning creation Poor Things. I use…

Dragon Interview: Yvonne Arnaud Director on New Play ‘Party Games’

By Martin Giles You might say that recent years have provided a surfeit of content for those delivering political satire. As the cliche goes “you could hardly make it up”.…

Guildford Area u3a Now Offering Intermediate 20 Months’ Membership

The Guildford Area u3a (also known as the University of the Third Age) is an educational self-help organisation aimed at anyone who is retired or no longer working full-time, or…

Free Monthly Coffee Morning Concerts Are Back at Guildford Cathedral

Guildford Cathedral keeps up its musical traditions with free monthly coffee concerts. Its 2024 series starts this coming Thursday morning, February 8. Talented and highly regarded performers from the local…

Stage Dragon: Oh What A Lovely War, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Ferenc Hepp Oh What A Lovely War, presented by Blackeyed Theatre in association with South Hill Park at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, offers a unique take on the iconic…

The Guildford Shakespeare Company Announces Its Coming of Age with Pride

By Alice Fowler Guildford Shakespeare Company celebrates 18 years of theatre-making this week, with an exciting “coming of age” programme. A range of new productions will continue its tradition of…

Students to get Work Experience Helping to run Shynefest Music Festival at Merrist Wood College

Activate Learning, that operates Merrist Wood College in Worplesdon, has joined forces with music festival Shynefest for its event there on Friday and Saturday, May 31 and June 1. It…

Review: The Nutcracker Ballet – GLive

By Alice Fowler Tchaikovsky’s much-loved classical ballet The Nutcracker takes place on Christmas Eve, at the foot of a towering Christmas tree, in a child’s imagination. It’s the perfect festive…

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