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Peter

From flowery fulminations to citrusy symphonies, Alice Dunn sniffs out the finest summer scents more

Health/beauty

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After a fire burnt Battersea Arts Centre's Grand Hall to the ground in 2015, the local community stepped in to help rebuild and the new hall is almost finished. Ahead of his London visit, the team involved with the project have a message for Trump more

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The MD of Tongham's Hogs Back Brewery is starting to regret his promise of a free pint if England reach the World Cup final more

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2 STARS, July 17-19. Black Mountain fails to thrill Richard Davies at the OSO Arts Centre, Barnes more

Theatre/Arts

3 STARS, July 7-13. Catherine Bardrick awards 3 stars to a lively and upbeat production of the musical The Matchgirls currently showing at Hampton Hill Theatre more

Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, July 6. Go to the beautiful Clandon Wood Natural Burial Reserve to see a wonderfully innovative performance of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads in a unique setting, says Andrew Morris more

Theatre/Arts

While the current heatwave is perfect for lazy afternoons spent sipping Pimms by the riverside, it's less good for the health of your garden! We get some advice from the deputy chairman of Squire's Garden Centre on how to beat the heat more

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5 STARS, July 6. Make sure to get yourself down to the back room of Guildford's Star Inn tonight to see an unbelievable piece of original theatre, says Janice Dempsey more

Theatre/Arts

Some people think there aren’t many treasures left to be found for a song but it simply isn’t true, writes famed auctioneer Charles Hanson more

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4 STARS, July 4-7. A fitting tribute to the king of pop, says Alison Hunt more

Theatre/Arts

June 29 – July 29. A dazzling array of poetry, burlesque, comedy, opera, art, theatre, dance, music, kids’ events, workshops, talks and performances come to Guildford over July as part of the Guildford Fringe more

Theatre/Arts

Married musicians Paul Cavacuiti and Nadine Andre, known collectively as It Had To Be Two, are bringing their ‘A Musicians’ Guide to Happy Marriage’ to this year’s MGSO4 Festival in Epsom. We caught up with them to find out a little bit more... more

Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, June 29-30. An absolute cream pie to the senses, The Yvonne Arnaud Youth Theatre's production of Bugsy Malone is a toe-tapping, splurge gunning, gangster grilling musical spectacular, says Alan Long more

Theatre/Arts

4 stars, June 26-30. Victoria Chapman reviews Jamaica Inn, a must-see for those thrilled by horror and suspense. more

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Ninety paddle boarders travelled from Richmond to Kew Bridge last week in a bid to raise awareness of the plastic problem poisoning our rivers and oceans. Sheengate's Ruth McCann was on the scene to give a board's eye view more

News

5 STARS, June 24-30. A bone chilling and riveting production that’s not for the faint hearted, says Alice Cairns more

Theatre/Arts

Curtis Stigers and Phill Jupitus talk music and fun ahead of their appearances at this month’s Henley Festival more

Interviews

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Joe Willcocks

Alice Cairns gets her teeth firmly into the English summer more

Food

Alice Cairns talks to Alexandra Denman, creative force behind the Windsor Summer Show more

Interviews