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  • Bookworms! Good news!

    Bookworms! Good news!0

    Surbiton is about to have its first book festival. Regency Bookshop and the cornerHOUSE arts centre have joined forces to launch the Surbiton Literary Festival. The two-day programme will feature bestselling crime novelists plus children’s author Alex Milway (that’s him in the main picture, behind his agent, sorry, dog). There is the chance to meet the

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  • Tense political drama comes to the cornerHOUSE in Surbiton

    Tense political drama comes to the cornerHOUSE in Surbiton0

    Anna Gooch and Frazer Chesterman star in Single Issue, a tense drama about private passions and the public purse, at Surbiton’s cornerHOUSE oneACTS festival this weekend. Single Issue is one of four short plays in this showcase of original playwriting at the arts centre in Douglas Road. Tickets for the festival, now in its 14th

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  • Romantic drama opens 2022’s cornerHOUSE oneACTS festival

    Romantic drama opens 2022’s cornerHOUSE oneACTS festival0

    Cheryl has found the man of her dreams. As she waits in a hotel lobby, she tells us about the romance and her plan to ensure she does not lose him. Denise Rocard, pictured, plays Cheryl in Time Share Partner by Dermot Murphy, one of four oneACT plays being performed at the cornerHOUSE in Douglas Road,

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  • Audition for festival of short plays at the cornerHOUSE

    Audition for festival of short plays at the cornerHOUSE0

    Open auditions for the borough’s highly respected original playwriting festival, now in its 14th year, will take place in February at the cornerHOUSE. Directors will be casting eight short plays – a mix of comedy and drama – for the oneACTS 2022. Auditions are on Sunday, February 13 at 2pm at the arts centre in Douglas Road, Surbiton.

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  • Sleeping Beauty panto with Covid twist comes to the cornerHOUSE

    Sleeping Beauty panto with Covid twist comes to the cornerHOUSE0

    Will the Lord Chamberlain, Queen Pomposia and the beautiful Princess Aurora be able to save the kingdom of Tolorth D’Arcy from the evil plans of scheming General Carabos and his dastardly henchmen? Find out in the cornerHOUSE’s annual pantomime The Lockdown Beauty, running at the arts centre in Douglas Road, Surbiton, from Tuesday, January 25

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  • Panto with a pandemic twist comes to the cornerHOUSE

    Panto with a pandemic twist comes to the cornerHOUSE0

    Will Prince Florimund and his dashing equerry be able to save the beautiful Princess Aurora from the clutches of the scheming General Caraboss and his dastardly henchmen? Find out in the cornerHOUSE’s annual pantomime The Lockdown Beauty, running at the arts centre in Douglas Road, Surbiton, from Tuesday, January 25 to Saturday, January 29 at

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