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Following a sell-out West End run, The Trials of Oscar Wilde (Thursday 23 – Saturday 25 May) comes to Guildford. A brilliant dramatisation of the libel and criminal trials of Oscar Wilde, written by his grandson Merlin Holland, experience what it was like to be in the company of a flawed genius – as this less than ideal husband is suddenly reduced to a man of no importance.Find out more »
At the Electric Theatre on Saturday 1st June 2019 @ 11.am Feeling different, teased by his friends and not accepted by his family, the Ugly Duckling is sad and lonely. Through a series of adventures he soon learns who he really is and his family realises it doesn’t matter what you look like but how good your heart is. From the creators of The Princess & the Frog, Teddy Bears’ Picnic, The Owl & the Pussycat, Alice in Wonderland, The…Find out more »
This is My Theatre Group, in association with the Friends of Albury Old Saxon Church present:
Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare.
You know their story, but not like this....
At the Electric Theatre on Friday 14th June @ 2.30pm & 7.30pm Devil’s Drum Productions present……. ‘Life After Sherlock’ By Mike Grogan or ‘the extended memoirs of Doctor John H Watson’ A tale of blackmail, murder, suicide, deceit and treasure all in two acts! Sherlock Holmes has retired to a life of beekeeping. But back in Baker Street his good friend Dr. Watson discovers that the reason for his late wife’s death may not have been as it seemed at…Find out more »
A rehearsed reading of ‘Apples in Winter’ by Jennifer Fawcett, a profoundly moving one-woman play about a mother whose son has committed a terrible crime.Find out more »
Miss in her Teens - courtship, marriage and money combine in David Garrick’s C18th #farce. Council Chambers, #FarnhamFlashFestival 20-22 June www.tickets.visitguildford.comFind out more »
Samantha Womack and Oliver Farnworth star in the gripping new play The Girl on the Train (Monday 8 – Saturday 13 July), adapted from Paula Hawkins’ novel – an international phenomenon selling over twenty million copies worldwide. Rachel Watson longs for a different life. Her only escape is the perfect couple she watches through the train window every day, happy and in love. Or so it appears.Find out more »
At the Electric Theatre on Thursday 18th July @ 7.30pm. (In)Visible is a brand new show about modern slavery and trafficking, with a Q & A session after the show. Four people on stage, each with a different story of trafficking and slavery. Chiara speaks about organ harvesting, Chrissie recalls her time in domestic servitude, Agnesa tells of sexual exploitation, and Tavish opens up about life in forced labour. Each story has remained invisible for so long, we want to…Find out more »
At the Electric Theatre on Sat 27th and Sun 28th July 2019 @ 7pm. Ed Asner takes one on a journey of pain, laughter and anatomy – not necessarily in this order. A comedy about Weinberger’s vacation to Italy and an unexpected visit to the hospital. This brilliantly written piece is beautifully told by Ed Asner (who knows Weinberger from Mary Tyler Moore days and they just wrote The Grouchy Historian together), who humorously creates awareness, pays tribute, and guarantees…Find out more »
At the Electric Theate on Monday 21st October @ 8pm. GUTTED a black comedy explores the lives of three strong women who work in a fish factory in 1980’s Dublin. Told through comic monologue, raw powerful language, movement and dance, the women give us a snapshot of the characters and challenges in their lives at the time. In light of Ireland’s recent referendum on abortion, these issues remain as relevant today as they did over 30 years ago. “An exhilarating…Find out more »