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Make this month one to remember with the best things to do in SW London & Surrey more

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Got kids? Michele Theil has compiled a mighty list of fun things to do in and around Surrey when you've got a couple of eager children to entertain more

Kids/Schools

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

Ken Howard is like an Impressionist for today. He is also a judge in our painting competition. Carol Cordrey meets the celebrated artist more

Interviews

Sandycombe Lodge is a finalist in the Civic Voice Design Awards. The awards are a national celebration of well-designed new build, heritage and public realm projects and Turner's House is the only entry from London. Get your votes in ASAP! more

News

From sneaking into Iraq with George Galloway to dodging Russians in Afghanistan, Paul Moorcraft’s life has never been dull. William Gadsby Peet hears a war tale or two more

Interviews

Historian and broadcaster Dan Snow talks to Jane McGowan ahead of his one-man show more

Interviews

After dozens of entries and several months of anticipation we are very proud to announce the winner of the Glorious Richmond art competition more

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Come rain or shine, there are ways to embrace the countryside this May more

Craft & Country

There's plenty going on at Richmond's newest art space more

Theatre/Arts

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Tristram Kenton

The Rose Theatre, Kingston officially opened its doors 10 years ago this month. Jane McGowan chats to Executive Producer Jerry Gunn as the team prepares to celebrate more

Theatre/Arts

Creative Art Twickenham has announced the first term of a series of 12-week art classes starting January 3rd at the vibrant ETNA Community Centre in Twickenham more

Craft & Country

One local retiree recalls her working life at Bentalls as if it were yesterday. Miranda Jessop meets her more

Interviews

As this month sees Small Business Saturday, part of a campaign which highlights small business success, Rosanna Greenstreet takes a closer look at some local entrepreneurs... more

Interviews

Richmond author Anne Sebba has published a fascinating account of the lives of women in occupied Paris. This month she is taking questions at Kew more

Interviews

Until recently the art of marbling was on the decline. Keen amateur Hugh Lansley talks us through the history of the craft and its resurgence as a hobby more

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Jim Grover

Jim Grover is an award-winning photographer based in South London who has used the Clapham High Street institution, Cafe Delight, and its regulars as the subject of a social documentary in his latest photo-essay. more

News

Award-winning sculptor Sean Henry is back in Woking for a major exhibition. Jane McGowan takes a look more

Theatre/Arts

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Alexandra Conil Lacoste

Actress Amanda Root tells Sophie Farrah about the foundation of her charity Talitha Arts more

Interviews

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