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Birgit & Ralf Brinkhoff

5 STARS, August 3-18. An enthralling, heart-warming evening full of surprises and excitement – and a fitting play for the centenary of the end of WWI more

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3 STARS, July 28. An interesting premise with some bright moments is somewhat bogged down by a self-defeating focus on historical minutia, says Lori Heiss more

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Jane McGowan goes behind the scenes of the acclaimed production of War Horse, to find out what life is like for puppeteer extraordinaire Nicky Cross more

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5 STARS, July 17-21. The latest production of “The Dream” by Richmond Shakespeare Society in the Fountain Gardens at York House begins like a clanking rusty engine but ends as a triumph for community theatre, says Simon Collins more

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Robert Day

4 STARS, July 13-21. Richard Davies is impressed by the rising talent on show at this year’s Orange Tree Theatre Directors’ Festival 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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Manuel Vason

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

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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

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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

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

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

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Robert Workman

4.5 STARS, June 7 – July 7. Jane McGowan saddles up for a fantastic night at Surrey’s brand new opera more

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Performer and director Grania Pickard talks to Victoria Chapman about the influence of her autistic younger brother Sean ahead of He Ain't Heavy's arrival in Kingston next week more

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Alice Cairns talks to Shappi Khorsandi about humour, history and the hero that England forgot more

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Jane McGowan goes behind the scenes at the third Camberley International Festival to find out what makes this event stand out from the rest more

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What the Ladybird Heard. Emma Breton (Farmer), Benedict Hastings (Raymond, Lanky Len), Emma Carroll (Lily, Ladybird), Edward Way (Eddie, Hefty Hugh). Credit - Robert Day_lowres.jpg

Robert Day

3 STARS, May 29 – June 3. The story is slow on the get-go and idles over cheery songs but charming nonetheless, says more

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