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  • Bob Barter’s jazz gig for Ukraine

    Bob Barter’s jazz gig for Ukraine0

    Don’t miss the legendary jazz musician Bob Barter who will be playing a gig at The Berrylands on Sunday (April 10) to raise money to support refugees who are fleeing Ukraine. The 94-year-old former Elgar Avenue resident will be tinkling the ivories at the pub in Chiltern Drive with fellow jazz musicians Jimmy Hastings (tenor

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  • The power of Monsters

    The power of Monsters0

    Kingston’s Rose Theatre is cementing its reputation for bold, energetic and innovative drama with its latest stage show, A Monster Calls, which tackles a string of challenging issues in an accomplished way. The production is on a grand tour, but anyone who catches it at the riverside theatre in the High Street is likely to

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  • Dino hunt in Triassic Tolworth

    Dino hunt in Triassic Tolworth0

    Join in the Tolworth Dino Hunt this weekend (Sat May 2 to Sun May 3). Twelve models of dinosaurs have been strategically placed between Tolworth railway station and the Esso petrol station in Tolworth Broadway. Can you spot them all? As well as this weekend’s hunt, Sunday’s First in Tolworth market, in the slip road

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  • Bob’s jazz fundraiser for Ukraine

    Bob’s jazz fundraiser for Ukraine0

    Ninety-four-year-old Second World War veteran Bob Barter is raising money to help refugees fleeing Ukraine by putting on a jazz gig at the Berrylands pub in Surbiton. The lunchtime gig on Sunday, April 10 by the Bob Barter quintet featuring singer Jenny Howe along with musicians Jimmy Hastings (tenor sax, flute and clarinet), Eric Ford

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  • Folk make music at cornerHOUSE

    Folk make music at cornerHOUSE0

    Live music lovers are in for a double treat on Saturday, March 19 as Yvonne Lyon and Arcelia perform at the cornerHOUSE. The singer-songwriter from Greenock and the trio from Kent will be showcasing hits from their latest albums as well as performing one or two songs together. Touring in support of her latest album

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  • A night of ‘awesome’ Austen

    A night of ‘awesome’ Austen0

    Were Jane Austen to have sat through the Rose Theatre’s stage adaptation of her novel Persuasion she would, artistic director Chris Haydon suggests, have thought it “awesome”. She’d certainly have been bemused by signs outside the auditorium warning of strong language; probably racking her brain to recall any effing or blinding. Yet ‘awesome’ is an

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