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  • Storytelling workshop and vocal concert wrap up Surbiton Salons’ five-day online music festival

    Storytelling workshop and vocal concert wrap up Surbiton Salons’ five-day online music festival0

    On the bill today (Sunday) for Surbiton Salons’ final feast of music and performance in its five-day summer event, will be top-flight singers, an internationally-acclaimed vocal ensemble and a workshop on storytelling. The Salons, which would have taken place at the cornerHOUSE arts centre in Douglas Road, Surbiton, moved online this year because of the

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  • KT postcode makers and creatives hold virtual craft fair

    KT postcode makers and creatives hold virtual craft fair0

    Local crafters are coming together (in a virtual way!) to sell their wares and raise money for two charities which have been making a difference during the pandemic. The KT Online Craft Fair, which runs until Sunday next week (August 2), will showcase the work of craft-makers from all over the community who live or

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  • 100 words to sum up Covid-19

    100 words to sum up Covid-190

    Surbitonians were invited to sum up their coronavirus thoughts and experiences in 100 words, with the resulting scrapbook of entries being turned into an online flipbook by the web team at the cornerHOUSE arts centre in Douglas Road, Tolworth. This submission was written by Simon Hancock, summing up the contradiction of between being able to

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  • You can borrow a book again!

    You can borrow a book again!0

    Surbiton library members who like reading a proper book rather than an e-version, will be able to enjoy thumbing through the pages of the latest blockbuster in the comfort of their own home from tomorrow (Tuesday, July 21). The library, which was been closed since March 20 because of the pandemic, will be starting its

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  • Actor interviews dyslexic celebs for Words Fail Me podcast

    Actor interviews dyslexic celebs for Words Fail Me podcast0

    Actor Jude Monk McGowan is interviewing celebrities who have been successful in their careers despite having dyslexia. Jude, who fans of Channel 4’s soap Hollyoaks will recognise as gangster Liam Donovan, is recording Words Fail Me, a series of podcasts for the Dyslexia Foundation. The actor, who has had a successful career in television, film

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  • Brain hits the jackpot!

    Brain hits the jackpot!0

    Congratulations to the group which organises wacky events such as Surbiton Ski Sunday, and regeneration initiatives including Tolworth’s food and arts and crafts market. It has hit the jackpot in the latest batch of Arts Council grants. The Community Brain has been given £28,843 to help it weather the coronavirus crisis. Although the pandemic has

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