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FIVE STARS: "Very, very funny. A brilliant night of mayhem and hilarity, with a satirical thread running through it" more

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5 STARS: "An evening of absorbing theatre by a master of the medium: thought-provoking, moving, funny, witty, sharp and highly enjoyable." more

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Ruth Crafer

"With women, it was slightly more nuanced. It wasn’t that they were invisible – it was more that their works were being seen as something niche rather than literature.” more

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5 STARS: You have until September 29 to see this, otherwise, Oggy will be round to see you… more

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5 STARS, Aug 31 – Sep 1. Don’t miss a glittering, fast-paced romp of a performance by this talented group of players and creatives from Oxford, at the Mill Studio this week more

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Poetry is alive and well in Guildford thanks to Dónall Dempsey who runs a monthly open mic night for aspiring poets. Suzanne Antelme visits The 1000 Monkeys at The Keep and discovers a thriving community of scribes more

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Suzanne Vega has been a music icon for 30 years. Ahead of this month’s Surrey gig she talks to Fiona Adams about self-belief, touring and the English summer more

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5 STARS, July 25-28. A brilliant evening of riveting theatre; thought-provoking, witty and beautifully staged in a stunning landscape, says Janice Windle more

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5 STARS, July 13-28. An atmospheric setting, beautiful costumes, lovely songs, hilarious clowning and Shakespeare’s eloquent wit throughout make this performance an unmissable summer evening's entertainment, says Janice Windle more

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4 STARS. Ol’ Blue Eyes lives on in an intimate cabaret setting for the Guildford Festival Fringe, says Andrew Morris more

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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

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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

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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

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4 STARS, June 14-30. You know summer has truly begun when the GSC starts its season of open-air theatre. This year they perform Robin Hood and Alison Hunt finds plenty of merriment to be had in Sherwood Forest/Rack's Close chalk quarry more

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3 STARS, June 5-9. While there are plenty of enjoyable moments in the PPA’s amateur production of The Producers, Richard Davies finds it a strange choice of show for a graduation performance more

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The Guildford Fringe returns for another year of incredible entertainment. William Gadsby Peet meets the Surrey locals performing at the festival this year more

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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

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