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Teacher faces life ban for student affair

A teacher at Tolworth Girls' School could face a ban from the classroom after starting an affair with a pupil within weeks of beginning his career.

Hide and Shriek

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Head for the hills

The duelling banjos of John Boorman’s 1970s classic Deliverance may or may not appear in Upstage’s latest production at the cornerHOUSE, but we’ll certainly get plenty of suspense thanks to a family of strange, eccentric and scheming hillbillies.

Hide and Shriek, a black comedy by prolific playwright Tim Kelly, is set in the wild backwaters of Arkansas.

Hide and Shriek

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Head for the hills

The duelling banjos of John Boorman’s 1970s classic Deliverance may or may not appear in Upstage’s latest production at the cornerHOUSE, but we’ll certainly get plenty of suspense thanks to a family of strange, eccentric and scheming hillbillies.

Hide and Shriek, a black comedy by prolific playwright Tim Kelly, is set in the wild backwaters of Arkansas.

Hide and Shriek

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Head for the hills

The duelling banjos of John Boorman’s 1970s classic Deliverance may or may not appear in Upstage’s latest production at the cornerHOUSE, but we’ll certainly get plenty of suspense thanks to a family of strange, eccentric and scheming hillbillies.

Hide and Shriek, a black comedy by prolific playwright Tim Kelly, is set in the wild backwaters of Arkansas.

Hide and Shriek

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Head for the hills

The duelling banjos of John Boorman’s 1970s classic Deliverance may or may not appear in Upstage’s latest production at the cornerHOUSE, but we’ll certainly get plenty of suspense thanks to a family of strange, eccentric and scheming hillbillies.

Hide and Shriek, a black comedy by prolific playwright Tim Kelly, is set in the wild backwaters of Arkansas.

Stories from Malawi

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Performance also on 9th May 4pm and 7.30pm. The landirani Trust, a local charity supporting orphans in Malawi is bringing Malawi to Surbiton through story telling, film, photography and artwork. The money raised from this event will go to improve water and sanitation in The Landirani Trust support area. landirani.org

Price: £4 (£2.50 under 16)

Stories from Malawi

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Performance also on 9th May 4pm and 7.30pm. The landirani Trust, a local charity supporting orphans in Malawi is bringing Malawi to Surbiton through story telling, film, photography and artwork. The money raised from this event will go to improve water and sanitation in The Landirani Trust support area. landirani.org

Price: £4 (£2.50 under 16)

Stories from Malawi

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Performance also on 9th May 4pm and 7.30pm. The landirani Trust, a local charity supporting orphans in Malawi is bringing Malawi to Surbiton through story telling, film, photography and artwork. The money raised from this event will go to improve water and sanitation in The Landirani Trust support area. landirani.org

Price: £4 (£2.50 under 16)

The Canterbury Tales at the Waggon and Horses

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Medieval Madness at the Waggon and Horses!

Following the sellout run of Scaramouche Jones last year, Tacit Theatre have transformed the beer garden at the Waggon and Horses into a medieval world for the fifth run of their ever popular show, The Canterbury Tales. The performance will take place in a custom-built Tavern Theatre, where the action will unfold amidst song, dance, banqueting and of course, the quaffing of the Waggon’s prized Young’s Ale.

So dig out your tunic and britches, grab a tankard of ale or a glass of mulled wine, and be prepared

The Canterbury Tales at the Waggon and Horses

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Medieval Madness at the Waggon and Horses!

Following the sellout run of Scaramouche Jones last year, Tacit Theatre have transformed the beer garden at the Waggon and Horses into a medieval world for the fifth run of their ever popular show, The Canterbury Tales. The performance will take place in a custom-built Tavern Theatre, where the action will unfold amidst song, dance, banqueting and of course, the quaffing of the Waggon’s prized Young’s Ale.

So dig out your tunic and britches, grab a tankard of ale or a glass of mulled wine, and be prepared

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