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Andrew Morris

5 STARS, Feb 27-Mar 3. A highly original production about the weather, and how one man's forecast decided the outcome of D-Day more

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Nick Lund

White Christmas is being performed by the Runnymede Drama Group at the Rhoda McGaw Theatre in Woking until December 9 more

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Alexey Kuznetsov

4 STARS. Coward's words in good hands in ScripTease's rehearsed reading of A Song at Twilight, a story of a camouflaged life, says Andrew Morris more

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A revival of Tom Stoppard’s painfully witty play about love and infidelity is being performed at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford until Saturday 11 November more

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5 STARS, November 1-4. This is an irresistible explosion of dance, music and song, says Andrew Morris more

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4 STARS. This Alan Bennett double-bill is being performed at the Nomad Theatre in East Horsley until October 28 more

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3 STARS, October 10-14. "If you want to understand how much rural England has changed in the last century, go and see Harvest," says Andrew Morris more

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5 STARS. "This is wholly immersive theatre, not for the faint-hearted but truly rewarding," says Andrew Morris more

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4 STARS. Lynchpin Productions present Rotten Perfect, a witty snapshot of the impassioned backstage lives of Ellen Terry and Henry Irving. Andrew Morris reviews more

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4 STARS, June 19-20. Andrew Morris enjoys an energetic stroll through the works of Jane Austen in Kate Napier's superbly executed play about writing a novel more

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5 STARS, May 23-27. "What an intelligent antidote to the Jukebox Musical gravy train Jack Lynch has written", says Andrew Morris more

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Manuel Harlan

4.5 STARS, April 24-29. "Funny Girl? Yes, but also sad and bitter-sweet. Go, and enjoy an emotional evening with insightful lyrics, stellar music and brilliant choreography and stage design" says Andrew Morris more

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4 STARS, April 4-8. Ray Cooney's Out of Order proves that farce handled properly can still make for a brilliant evening's entertainment at the theatre, says Andrew Morris. more

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