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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…

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…

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…

Film Review: Finding Your Feet – Guildford Odeon

By Dennis Harvey-Hepherd Finding your feet is a lovely little film, in the English tradition of light domestic stories told with emotion and humour. Full of British TV and film…

Review: Cats – The Guildford School of Acting at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Ferenc Hepp The Guildford School of Acting are back for their annual visit this week at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre with Cats. An Andrew Lloyd Webber classic based on…

Film Review: Red Sparrow – Guildford Odeon

By Dennis Harvey-Hepherd This is a very contemporary play set against the rising threat of Russian expansionism. The cold war of old has been re-kindled but old spycraft is still…

Review: Pressure – Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Alice Fowler With the weather on all our lips, the Yvonne Arnaud transports us to a time when the forecast was, quite literally, a matter of life and death.…

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…

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…

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