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Have A Beer With A Scientist At The Pint of Science Festival

By Will Parsons Tickets are now available to see 24 University of Surrey academics speak at pubs across Guildford, as part of the “world’s largest festival of public science talks”.…

Concert of French Romantic Masterpieces At Guildford Cathedral on Saturday, May 5

Set in the majestic Guildford Cathedral and with the newly-restored organ, Guildford’s own professional chamber orchestra, Southern Pro Musica, and the Guildford Cathedral choir are presenting an exciting evening of French…

Stage Dragon: The Kite Runner, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Alice Fowler The Kite Runner, Khaled Hosseini’s masterful story of betrayal and redemption, begins in an Afghanistan hardly recognisable as the strife-torn country we know today. It is the…

Dish Of The Month April 2018 – Bacon, Onion And Potato Hotpot

By Hugh Coakley The intention of this new monthly feature is to provide tried and tested recipes to those who might be interested in simple but very tasty food. The…

Stage Dragon Review: All My Sons At The Electric Theatre

By Tricia Marcotti Arthur Miller is in town at the Electric Theatre this week in a ‘five star’ performance of his play All My Sons. A slice of post-Second World…

Arthur Miller’s All My Sons showing at the Electric Theatre

Arthur Miller’s celebrated play, All My Sons, will be staged by the Guildburys Theatre Company at the Electric Theatre in Guildford next week. The play will show at 7:45pm from…

Notice: U3A Combined Choir Sings The Holy Week Story

This Easter, the choral meditation Olivet to Calvary will be sung by the 60-voice Guildford University of the Third Age (U3A) Combined Choirs. Conducted by John Varney, the concert is…

Film Review: Tomb Raider – Guildford Odeon

By Dennis Harvey-Hepherd This is the re-launch of the Tomb Raider franchise with a new, fit for 21st century, Lara Croft. Gone are the pneumatic charms of the video game…

Milestones in Rock ‘n’ Roll History: Rock Island Line

In our new series of feature articles, Milestones in Rock ‘n’ Roll History, former Guildford journalist Dave Reading begins with a song that inspired a generation of musicians, including the…

Plenty Of Scope To Learn New Things At The Guildford Institute

The Guildford Institute in Ward Street has published its summer term programme of courses and events. Originally founded to foster the concept of ‘self improvement’, there is plenty of scope…

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