Cranleigh Arts Centre – August 2021

We are delighted to have been welcoming small Covid safe audiences back since 19th May (subject to government guidance). Please visit our website for more information on all safety measures we have in place. Sign up to our mailing list via the website or follow us on social media to be the first to hear about new additions to the programme.

Music: Catfish – 6th August 2021, 8pm – Tickets £14
International touring blues rock powerhouse Catfish are making waves on the music scene in the UK and Europe. This year in the UK Blues Awards they were named ‘Band of the Year’ and the guitarist, Matt Long, was named ‘Blues Instrumentalist of the Year’.

Outdoor Classical Concert: Solus Trumpet Ensemble – 7th August 2021, 3pm – Tickets £20; Under 16’s Free
Fanfare for St. Edmundsbury (3′)
Scheidt: Canzon Cornetto (4′)
Elgar arr. Linham: Salut d’Amour (4′)
Rossini arr. Foster: Wiliam Tell Overture (3′)
Nielson arr. Foster: 5 Klaverstykker (8′)
Carmichael arr. Griffiths: Stardust (4′)
Roussel: Fanfare pour un sacre païen (2′)
Brahms: 3 Geistliche Chöre (6′)
Sousa arr. Linham: Liberty Bell March (3′)
Brandt: Country Pictures (7′)
Fauré arr. Foster: Pavane pour une infante defante (4′)
Trad arr. Michel: Three Spirituals (6′)

Talk: Dutch Courage…and the Secret War in Cranleigh and Dunsfold 14th August 2021, 11am – 5pm – Tickets £20
Cranleigh Arts Centre is pleased to again partner and host the Secret WW2 Learning Network, a registered educational charity promoting knowledge and understanding of clandestine warfare in the Second World War. The Network will then return to the theme of the secret spy school at Winterfold, just outside Cranleigh, with an update on their first presentation at Cranleigh Arts in June 2019.

Event Cinema: Andre Rieu: Together Again – 28th August 2021 – 7:30pm, 29th August 2021 – 3pm – Tickets £17.50; Under 25’s £14.50
André Rieu’s 2021 Summer Concert: Together Again ONLY IN CINEMAS. The King of the Waltz has handpicked his all time favourite show tunes, operatic arias and dance numbers from stages around the world – featuring many performances never seen before on the big screen.

Exhibition: George Stock: Silbury Hill Time the Unicorn – 24th August – 18th September – 10am – 4pm – Free Entry
“Tell me where all past years are and who clove the devil’s hoof?” – John Donne. My paintings are drawings are imagined journey in time, where myth, legend and unicorns live. Now, within the paradox of time… forever fled. The poet’s question…remains unanswered. An exhibition of paintings, prints and works on paper.

Tickets available for both online stream and in person audiences available at or by calling our Box Office on 01483 278000 (Tues-Sat 10am-4pm)

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