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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

Kingston Junior Drama Company presents 'Departures'

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Inspired by the events surrounding the evacuation of children during the Second World War, and discussions with young people about how this operation would be conducted in an imagined Third World War.

Wednesday 2 July, performance starts 7.30pm at The cornerHOUSE, Douglas Road, Surbiton KT6 7SB. Tickets available at the door.

Scaramouche Jones by Justin Butcher at the Waggon and Horses

Jan '70
Thu 1st

This June, Tacit Theatre will present its new production of Justin Butcher's fantastic one-man show, Scaramouche Jones, Or the Seven White Masks.

Time Bomb

Jan '70
Thu 1st

A topical new play by Tim Burton, previewing for 3 nights only in Surbiton, before going to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. It's 4th March 2017 and Britain is on the brink of nuclear war. The exposure of a government cover-up has profound implications for both the Clarkes and the Country in this controversial and entertaining political drama.

Time Bomb

Jan '70
Thu 1st

A topical new play by Tim Burton, previewing for 3 nights only in Surbiton, before going to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. It's 4th March 2017 and Britain is on the brink of nuclear war. The exposure of a government cover-up has profound implications for both the Clarkes and the Country in this controversial and entertaining political drama.

Time Bomb

Jan '70
Thu 1st

A topical new play by Tim Burton, previewing for 3 nights only in Surbiton, before going to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. It's 4th March 2017 and Britain is on the brink of nuclear war. The exposure of a government cover-up has profound implications for both the Clarkes and the Country in this controversial and entertaining political drama.

Perform Dance, Drama and Singing Workshops

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Perform’s drama, dance and singing weekly workshops are a fun-packed mix of confidence-building games, energetic dances and catchy songs exclusively for 4-8 year olds.

This April, our themed workshops set off into the heart of The Jungle
on a fearless expedition to save Snow, the last surviving white tiger.

All interested children are entitled to a Free Trial Session.

Perform Surbiton – Tuesdays 4-5pm & 5-6pm
Surbiton Hill Methodist Church Hall
39 Ewell Road, Surbiton, Surrey, KT6 6AF

What a scream

Jan '70
Thu 1st

The 2008 panto takes a haunted theme as a bunch of darned attractive kids, and their dog, explore creaky places and right wrongs. Dastardly villains and incompetent baddies. You'll love it.

The Corner House
Douglas Road
Tolworth

www.thecornerhouse.org

A Taste of Drama School

Jan '70
Thu 1st

If you're thinking of a career in acting and are considering going to drama school, here is your chance to find out what it might be like.

Experience classes in acting, voice, movement and improvisation. Get the lowdown on the big audition day and some useful tips on how to make the most of a drama training.

This dynamic workshop is led by an experienced actor, a graduate from one of the UKs leading drama schools, who has worked extensively in theatre, film and television.

£20.

For more information or to book, call 07851009101

Christmas Gathering

Jan '70
Thu 1st

An early Christmas treat and some good news This coming Saturday 8 December cornerHOUSE will be having a sociable gathering to start the ball rolling for Christmas. We'll open the bar, put out the tables and enjoy key Christmas readings from some of the cH stalwarts. We are also taking the opportunity to let you know how the voting went in the canvas competition and start the popular winner on its way to the Royal Academy. We might even toast the winning artist ! Do come along around 7.30.

Free admission

Box Office: 020 8296 9012

www.thecornerhouse.org

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