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Film Review: The Shape of Water – Guildford Odeon

By Dennis Harvey-Hepherd The Shape of Water is an adult fairy tale, of monsters and lovers, sacrifice and hatred. We are taken to the post-WW2 anti-communist paranoid America, coloured with…

Review: Great Expectations – Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Ferenc Hepp Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations is a story that has a bit of everything, including themes of love, friendship,  coming of age, hope and joy even murder. But…

Notice: Guildford Spring Music Festival Organisers Announce Programme

The Guildford Spring Music Festival will take place between Friday to Sunday, March 16 to 25. Led by artistic director Lucy Parham, festival organisers have announced a programme of music,…

Family Classics Concert At G Live – Under 18s FREE

Sponsored article Guildford’s own professional chamber orchestra, Southern Pro Musica, is delighted to be returning to G Live for its popular Family Classics event. The afternoon’s interactive family entertainment will…

Review: Romeo & Juliet – Guildford Shakespeare Company

By Alice Fowler Great plays never date, as the Guildford Shakespeare Company prove with their new production of Romeo & Juliet. This a fresh, vibrant and magical show, lit up…

Review: The Importance of Being Earnest – Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

Review: The Importance of Being Earnest – Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Alice Fowler There are few frothier yet more enjoyably acerbic plays than Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest. Its lines are so quotable – and quoted – that…

There’s So Much Going On At Music And Arts Venue The Boileroom

By Louisa Magnussen From live broadcasts from Radio 6 and Annie Mac to the chilled out alternative folk sounds of This Is The Kit, the Boileroom in Stoke Fields, Guildford,…

Film Review: Darkest Hour

By Dennis Harvey-Hepherd Darkest Hour is the story of the few days when Winston Churchill became Prime Minister to the end of the Dunkirk evacuation. I found this to be…

Memorial Service at Cathedral for Late Theatre Director, James Barber

A memorial service is to be held next Monday (January 29, 2018) for James Barber, the late theatre director of the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre who died suddenly in December. The…

Film Review: The Post – Guildford Odeon

By Dennis Harvey-Hepherd The Post (The Washington Post) is a thriller set in the immediate pre-Watergate Washington of Richard Nixon. The story is set in the newsroom of the Washington…

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