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  • Windows on the natural world

    Windows on the natural world0

    Louise Anderson is an artist and printmaker who is inspired by the natural world. She is continually drawn to nature where she can find stillness and peace. “Being in nature is like a meditation; time is lost, and you are able to clear your mind and wipe the slate clean,” said Anderson who studied at

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  • Chris comes into focus

    Chris comes into focus0

    Surbiton photographer Chris Arthur’s exhibition of pictures which he took of actors in the 1960s, 70s, 80s and 90s is now on display at Kingston Museum’s gallery. Opened last night by the mayor, it focuses on his work at the National Theatre, 1964-1994, images of Michael Gambon, Laurence Olivier and Maureen Lipman, who seems to

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  • First gig of the new decade!

    First gig of the new decade!0

    Out of the Corner are back tonight (Thursday) with their first gig of the new decade. The line-up at the cornerHOUSE arts centre in Douglas Road, Surbiton, includes two newbies, Selene Kalra and Georgia Roberts, as well as welcome returnees Jason Lake, Martha Christoforou, Eva Perrin Fontana (pictured) and Xandr with his loop pedal. Tickets

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  • Play your part

    Play your part0

    Open auditions for the borough’s highly respected original playwriting festival, now in its 14th year, will take place next week. There will be two auditions to cast eight short plays – a mix of comedy and drama – for the oneACTS 2020. Auditions are on Thursday, February 13 at 7.30pm and on Sunday, February 16

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  • A quick kip before the show!

    A quick kip before the show!0

    What a yawn! I think I’ll just take a kip in this ’ere tree. I’ll get a bit of beauty sleep before tonight’s (Tuesday’s) Meet the Artist event at the cornerHOUSE. Some bloke called Paul Atkins got a shot of my best side on one of his trips – now I’m one of the subjects

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  • Sim’s exhibition sparkles

    Sim’s exhibition sparkles0

    Stained-glass artist Simone Kay has launched an exhibition of her one-a-day pictures at the Rose Theatre in style. Fresh from refurbishing the stained-glass windows of St Andrew’s church in Maple Road, Surbiton, Sim opened the show of her largely local paintings and drawings with a party which also marked her 60th birthday. One particularly special

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