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Ambridge comes to Surbiton as Farmers’ Market celebrates its 50th market

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Award-winning Surbiton Farmers’ Market is celebrating its 50th market with a visit from Sara Coward, well-loved star of The Archers.

Regency Bookshop hosts Meet the Author Evening with Barbara Nadel & Nicola Upson

We are pleased to announce our next Meet the Author Evening is set for Tuesday 10th July.

Surbiton Farmers’ Market’s Got Talent

Forget Ashleigh and Pudsey. The winners of Britain’s Got Talent were outshone this weekend by Surbiton’s own home-grown stars as local singers and musicians took to the stage.

Astonishing archeological dig

The BSAA excavate the site where fifteen ley lines intersect and unearth some astonishing finds.

Surbitonio Expellaramius

Dumbledore at Surbiton station

New feature film about Surbiton Station.

LIVE OPERA at Bosco Lounge

Jan '70
Thu 1st

The popular LIVE OPERA Sunday Lunch returns to Bosco Lounge on the 3rd May. The singers are soprano and tenor with pianist. You will hear a selection of arias and duets from La Boheme, Madam Butterfly,La Traviata, Rigoletto,Turundot and will include many favourite such as O solo mio and Funiculi,funicula. There are always a few show numbers too.

Middle-aged ex-pirate rules the airwaves

Local Radio Jackie hits 40 years.

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

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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