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Surbiton Festival: Cornerhouse Drama Festival

Jan '70
Thu 1st

The one-act festival was launched four years ago and provides a wonderful opportunity for local writers and performers to get involved in good local theatre.

  • EARS AND HEARTS by Eddie Coleman
    – directed by Lesley Strachan with Denise Rocard, glen Nixon, Frances Burton and Julia Manning
  • SETTLING DOWN by Ted Sweeney
    – directed by Yasmin Leighton with Susan Brown and Richard Williams
  • INTERVAL
  • BREAKERS by Genevieve Ross
    – directed by Richard Burley with James Robertson, Amy Brown and Hollie Rogers
  • TWO CLOWNS by Chris Masters

Surbiton Festival: Cornerhouse Drama Festival

Jan '70
Thu 1st

The one-act festival was launched four years ago and provides a wonderful opportunity for local writers and performers to get involved in good local theatre.

  • EARS AND HEARTS by Eddie Coleman
    – directed by Lesley Strachan with Denise Rocard, glen Nixon, Frances Burton and Julia Manning
  • SETTLING DOWN by Ted Sweeney
    – directed by Yasmin Leighton with Susan Brown and Richard Williams
  • INTERVAL
  • BREAKERS by Genevieve Ross
    – directed by Richard Burley with James Robertson, Amy Brown and Hollie Rogers
  • TWO CLOWNS by Chris Masters

Surbiton Festival: Cornerhouse Drama Festival

Jan '70
Thu 1st

The one-act festival was launched four years ago and provides a wonderful opportunity for local writers and performers to get involved in good local theatre.

  • EARS AND HEARTS by Eddie Coleman
    – directed by Lesley Strachan with Denise Rocard, glen Nixon, Frances Burton and Julia Manning
  • SETTLING DOWN by Ted Sweeney
    – directed by Yasmin Leighton with Susan Brown and Richard Williams
  • INTERVAL
  • BREAKERS by Genevieve Ross
    – directed by Richard Burley with James Robertson, Amy Brown and Hollie Rogers
  • TWO CLOWNS by Chris Masters

Cornerhouse Drama Festival: One-Act Wonders 2007

Jan '70
Thu 1st

The one-act festival was launched four years ago and provides a wonderful opportunity for local writers and performers to get involved in good local theatre.

  • I.T. SUPPORT by Emma Burton
    – directed by Tim Burton with Madeleine Mason, Andy Moseley, and Tim Burton
  • CELL ONE by Ian Durrant
    – directed by Sharon Redburn with Barry Rocard, James Goldwater and Siobhan Radburn
  • INTERVAL
  • CHIPS AND CHOCOLATE by Jane Grove
    – directed by Denise Rocard with Leslie Morris and Aimee Watson
  • LUCKY GYM by Tim Harrison

Cornerhouse Drama Festival: One-Act Wonders 2007

Jan '70
Thu 1st

The one-act festival was launched four years ago and provides a wonderful opportunity for local writers and performers to get involved in good local theatre.

  • I.T. SUPPORT by Emma Burton
    – directed by Tim Burton with Madeleine Mason, Andy Moseley, and Tim Burton
  • CELL ONE by Ian Durrant
    – directed by Sharon Redburn with Barry Rocard, James Goldwater and Siobhan Radburn
  • INTERVAL
  • CHIPS AND CHOCOLATE by Jane Grove
    – directed by Denise Rocard with Leslie Morris and Aimee Watson
  • LUCKY GYM by Tim Harrison

Cornerhouse Drama Festival: One-Act Wonders 2007

Jan '70
Thu 1st

The one-act festival was launched four years ago and provides a wonderful opportunity for local writers and performers to get involved in good local theatre.

  • I.T. SUPPORT by Emma Burton
    – directed by Tim Burton with Madeleine Mason, Andy Moseley, and Tim Burton
  • CELL ONE by Ian Durrant
    – directed by Sharon Redburn with Barry Rocard, James Goldwater and Siobhan Radburn
  • INTERVAL
  • CHIPS AND CHOCOLATE by Jane Grove
    – directed by Denise Rocard with Leslie Morris and Aimee Watson
  • LUCKY GYM by Tim Harrison

Surbiton Festival: 5-a-Side Football Tournament

Jan '70
Thu 1st

The tournament is a public fundraising event organised by Yorda Adventures.

Ten teams from the local community are invited to take part in the competition at Victoria Park in Surbiton. Fulham Football Club will run activities for children alongside the adult games and spectators will be well catered for with a refreshment tent. Why not come along to cheer along your team!

Surbiton Festival: Window Dressing Competition

Jan '70
Thu 1st

What's Your Favourite Film?

Calling all Surbiton Traders! Are you a Travel Agent who longs to be a Pirate of the Caribbean or an Estate Agent whose alter ego is Scarlett O'Hara? Perhaps you are a Restaurateur with a passion for Star Trek?

Whatever your favourite cinematic moment, let your imagination run wild by entering the Surbiton Festival 'My Favourite Film' Window Dressing Competition. Decorate your window in the style of your favourite movie and dress up as your favourite character to win the Festival equivalent of an Oscar!

Surbiton Festival: YMCA Surbiton Festival Saturday

Jan '70
Thu 1st

As well as the Parade and Street Market, there will be lots to do at the YMCA . Take a break from the festivities and pop in for a coffee, snack , fresh salad or hot lunch. Eat in or take away.

Throughout the day there will be activities for the whole family - face painting, a rowing challenge and free physio/massage taster sessions. Upstairs in the gym, we are offering free fitness testing, including body fat analysis.

As always, you are welcome to come in and have a look around the Health & Fitness facilities. If you decide to join on Festival Saturday, you will receive a free month!

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