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Your Guide 2 Entertainment in Surrey this Week: 19th - 26th May

The Guide 2 Surrey 12/05/2017 Staff Writer

Clockwise top left: Jazz Morley; Soul II Soul; ; Trinity Folk Festival; Mitch Benn; Trinity Folk Festival; Bring on the Bollywood; Eleanor Conway’s Walk of Shame

 



Trinity Folk Festival

19th – 20th May / Multiple Venues, Guildford
For folkin’ good times this month, the superb Trinity Folk Festival takes place this month in Guildford returning for its 5th year. Held at a number of venues across the town. This year's line-up follows the tradition of previous festivals which have featured some of the top performers on the folk, roots and acoustic music scene. On Friday night, visit The Keep for Luke Jackson, Martha Paton and Zach Johnson. On Saturday, get down to St. Mary’s for the amazing Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys as well as a whole host of some of the country’s finest folk acts and finish the evening off with late shenanigans at The Star with Ranagri. Local breweries such as Hogs Back and Firebird will be on hand to provide the wet stuff and a barbeque to fill your belly, the Trinity Folk Festival promises much fun this May.

For more information and tickets visit trinityfolkfestival.co.uk


 

Eleanor Conway’s Walk of Shame

19th May / G Live, Guildford

Ferocious clubber and party girl Eleanor Conway has always been a woman of extremes; she partied around the world as a music journalist, ran off to Asia to work for the triads, made hardcore porn and Tinder’d her way through most of London… Now sober from alcohol and substances she’s failing to find moderation and meaning. A stand-up debut about sex, sobriety and Sambuca and the modern addict that lies within us all. Naturally an18 plus age kind of event.

For more information visit glive.co.uk
 

 

Woking & Sam Beare Hospice Midnight Walk

19th May / Woking Leisure Centre

Raise money for charity and help Woking & Sam Beare Hospice celebrate 21 years providing care for those in need. In this the 10th year of the Midnight Walk, ladies are invited to march until midnight to raise the much needed funds necessary to support the Hospice. So gather the girls, get your hero capes ready, and help light up the night on an 8 mile sponsored charity walk around Woking. Starting and finishing at Woking Leisure Centre, chaps are welcome to get involved too, to provide support and assistance.

For more information and to sign up visit wsb-midnightwalk.co.uk
 
 

Screaming Blue Murder Comedy Club

19th May / Dorking Halls

Feel the funny at Dorking Hall’ Screaming Blue Murder Comedy Club this month. Enjoy some of the hottest new talent on the comedy circuit at a venue that has played host to the likes of Jimmy Carr, Micky Flanagan, Stephen Merchant and more. Your comedians this month are Alan Francis, Bobby Mair, Amy Howerska with Howard Read compering the night.

For more information and tickets visit dorkinghalls.co.uk


 

Bramley Village Fete

20th May / Gosden Green, Bramley

Gather the troops and make your way to Bramley Village for some super family fun in the form of the annual Village Fete. There are of course a veritable feast of village fetes to enjoy this May with tea tents aplenty and activities and stalls to keep you entertained and occupied throughout the day.

For more information visit facebook.com/bramleyvillagefete
 
 

Museums at Night

20th May / Watts Gallery Artists’ Village

As part of the International Museums at night experience, enjoy a magical evening at Watts Gallery Artists’ Village. Draw inspiration from G F Watts's huge sculpture Physical Energy and help create a lawn full of sculpted horses and giant murals using stickers and collage. Participate in talks about public art before enjoying supper in the Tea Shop, with a set menu at £15.95 per adult and £9.95 per child with booking required beforehand.

For more information and tickets visit wattsgallery.org.uk
 

 

Haslemere Festival: Jazz Morley

12th May / St Christopher’s Church, Haslemere

Haslemere Fringe welcomes back Jazz Morley to St Christopher’s Church for one of her stunning acoustic shows, playing a host of new songs and some old favourites. With more new music on the way along with a string of gigs and festival appearances planned for later in the year, catch her at this intimate setting in Haslemere while you can. Supported by rising star Bess Atwell and local musician Mack Hofberg.

For more information visit lionfest.co.uk


 

Reduced Shakespeare Company

23rd May / New Victoria Theatre, Woking
Acclaimed stars of the West End stage, the Reduced Shakespeare Company, are back with another barnstormingly irreverent and breathtakingly hilarious celebration of our cultural heritage – as seen through the eyes of three Americans wearing trainers. In a better-late-than-never nod to the Bard’s 400th anniversary, the bad boys of abridgement present this ‘new’ play by the man himself, as discovered in a Leicester car park! True story.

For more information and tickets visit atgtickets.com
 

 

NT Live: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf

25th May / Cranleigh Arts Centre, Cranleigh

Broadcasted live to cinemas across the country, head to Cranleigh Arts Centre this month to catch the National Theatre’s production of ‘Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf. Starring Imelda Staunton, Conleth Hill, Luke Treadaway and Imogen Poots, James Macdonald’s critically acclaimed, 5 star production of Edward Albee’s landmark play.

For more information and tickets visit cranleighartscentre.org
 

 

Bring On the Bollywood

25th – 28th May / Rose Theatre, Kingston
The masters of Bollywood experiences, Phizzical debut at the Rose Theatre in Kingston, with Bring on the Bollywood - a romantic comedy that features a fantastic soundtrack interwoven with wit, wild parties and some wicked dances.

For more information and tickets visit rosetheatrekingston.org
 

 

Mitch Benn: Don’t Fear The Reaper

26th May / Farnham Maltings

It’s been a morbid time for the musical maestro Mitch Benn; he’s turned 46 – over the hill by anyone’s standards – his personal life is in turmoil, and his childhood heroes are dropping like flies.  At times like these, a man feels the Reaper creeping up on him… But is death anything to fear? And is it really the end? (Yes. Yes, it is, sorry!) Mitch confronts his – and YOUR – mortality with hilarious (and tuneful) consequences.  Join him! It’s time you’re not getting back!

For more information and tickets visit farnhammaltings.com

 

Soul II Soul

26th May / G Live, Guildford
“Back to Life, Back to Reality”. A necessity to the formation and shape of culture today, Soul II Soul garnered global accolades back in the 90’s with their debut record ‘Club Classics Vol.1’.  Led by the influential Jazzie B, they have been inspiring generations ever since with their undeniably dance floor friendly club jams. Catch Soul II Soul’s at G Live this May.

For more information and tickets visit glive.co.uk

 

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