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  • The Rose’s Peter Pan doesn’t fly

    The Rose’s Peter Pan doesn’t fly0

    • Arts
    • 8th December 2023

    Oddly dark, light on laughs and lacking razzmatazz and special effects, The Rose’s annual Christmas show, Peter Pan, is about as far from Disney’s classic animated version as it’s possible to travel. There are some very good performances, notably by the engaging Kaine Ruddach as Peter, Michelle Bishop cleverly doubling up as Mrs Darling and

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  • Ingenious show enthrals

    Ingenious show enthrals0

    • Arts
    • 6th October 2023

    Ingenious and riveting, the Rose’s latest show – Shooting Hedda Gabler – enthralled last night’s audience. It’s an innovative new drama that owes its existence to a lockdown, distanced conversation in a park between the Kingston theatre’s artistic director Christopher Haydon and playwright Nina Segal.  The lights come up on a Norwegian film set, where

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  • Chelsea’s Millie to captain Lionesses in Women’s World Cup

    Chelsea’s Millie to captain Lionesses in Women’s World Cup0

    Chelsea’s Lauren James, Niamh Charles, Jess Carter and Millie Bright, pictured above, have been selected to be part of England manager Sarina Wiegman’s 23-strong squad for the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand this summer. Bright, who will captain the side, and Carter, played their part in the success of the Lionesses who

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  • Unsettling Heights

    Unsettling Heights0

    The audience settles, and is immediately unsettled. The stark, dark Gothic saga of Wuthering Heights unfolds on the stage of the Rose in Kingston in a disturbing adaptation by the Inspector Sands troupe. Ben Lewis twists Emily Bronte’s 1847 novel into a two-and-three-quarter-hour show directed by Lucinka Eisler, with this all-too brief local run ending

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  • Join new women’s football team

    Join new women’s football team0

    Open trials will be held on Tuesday, June 6 to find players for a new women’s Corinthian-Casuals football team.  The trials at the football club’s ground at King George’s Field, Tolworth, start at 6pm.  Bring boots, shinpads and fluids – and bags of enthusiasm!  If you are aged 16 or over and would like to

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  • Nail-biting climax to season

    Nail-biting climax to season0

    Chelsea go to Reading for the last game of the season this Saturday (May 27) with one hand on the Women’s Super League trophy. The Blues top the league and if Emma Hayes’ team beat The Royals at the Madejski Stadium they will become champions for a record-breaking fourth time on the trot. Manchester United

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