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Ladies Daytime singing – Created for young mums

Ladies Daytime singing – Created for young mums

The Surrey Hills Singers has been producing engaging performances since its formation in 2005. The choir consists of women of all ages, but was founded specifically for busy young mums who are temporarily in a place where family life is very demanding and it’s a struggle to do anything that’s “just for them”. Playing ...

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Films for July 2018 in the Cranleigh area

Films for July 2018 in the Cranleigh area

CRANLEIGH ARTS CENTRE The Shape of Water (Thursday July 12) stars Sally Hawkins in a beauty and beast modern retelling in which a cleaner in a secret military research establishment falls in love with a creature which combines human and amphibian features. We observe the unfeeling behaviour of the scientists which ...

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Mengyang Pan Thrills Cranleigh Arts Centre

Mengyang Pan Thrills Cranleigh Arts Centre

Beginning with Liszt “Harmonies poetiques et religieuses” she explained the back ground of Liszt, normally the showman, who was so saddened by the death of Hungarian comrades fighting the Austrian Empire. Mengyang gave strength to the funeral marches with a powerful display, her hands covering large fast moving chords ...

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Films for June 2018 in the Cranleigh area

Films for June 2018 in the Cranleigh area

Cranleigh Arts Centre The Post (Friday 8th June). A hugely entertaining telling of the battle by The Washington Post to publish the contents of the Pentagon Papers in 1971. The editor Ben Bradlee and the owner Kay Graham, played by Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep, had to risk going to prison to tell the world how the ...

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Cranleigh Rotary’s Quiz is a Hit!

Cranleigh Rotary’s Quiz is a Hit!

Rotarians Gail Woodford and Patrick Leake on the Cranleigh Rotary Stand in the Village Hall as part of our campaign to increase awareness of the Club in the local community. Cranleigh Rotary's ever-popular annual quiz was run this year for the benefit of Cranleigh in Bloom and we were delighted to welcome a ...

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Ewhurst Players – A Bunch of Amateurs

Ewhurst Players – A Bunch of Amateurs

The Ewhurst Players will be presenting a Regional Premiere of A Bunch of Amateurs at the Village Hall Ewhurst on May 16th to 19th. Ian Hislop of Not the Nine O’clock News fame has adapted the script from the very popular film starring Burt Reynolds. This hilarious comedy centres on Jefferson Steele. Keen to boost ...

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Little White Blue – Live Music in Aid of Cancer Research

Little White Blue – Live Music in Aid of Cancer Research

Little White Blue, a local six-piece vintage covers band, is holding a charity gig at Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre on Sat 19 May in the downstairs bar/function room. Doors open 7.30pm and music until 11pm. £10 entry on the door with all proceeds going to Cancer Research. Little White Blue play a range of dance ...

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St Ives School – Ground Force Afternoon

St Ives School – Ground Force Afternoon

Working as a team at St Ives School in Haslemere, children, staff and parents came together for a ground force afternoon. They worked tirelessly to weed, clear, sweep, plant and decorate the school surroundings and took great pride in adding their own special touch to the fantastic grounds of the school. The ...

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Films for May 2018 in the Cranleigh area

Films for May 2018 in the Cranleigh area

Cranleigh Arts Centre is starting its film programme in May on Friday the 4th with Call Me By Your Name which was selected by Pete Bradshaw as the number one film of 2017. It is directed by Luca Guadagnino who previously gave us I Am Love and A Bigger Splash. The story takes place in the early 1980s combining ...

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Films for April 2018 in the Cranleigh area

Films for April 2018 in the Cranleigh area

Cranleigh Arts Centre will show four films in April. Loving Vincent Thursday 5th April, 8pm. This is a hand painted animation work about the great artist’s last days. 100 artists worked on this in a pastiche of Van Gough’s style. It proposes a theory about the artist’s end which has a boy shooting him which he did ...

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