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  • James stars in double bill of dark comedy at the cornerHOUSE

    James stars in double bill of dark comedy at the cornerHOUSE0

    Actor James Thomson plays contrasting roles in a dark comedy double bill at the cornerHOUSE from tomorrow (Thursday) for three nights, writes Wendy Tobitt. In Mastering Business by Dermot Murphy, James plays Bob, a small-time drugs dealer. The play explores Bob’s rollercoaster relationship between him and fellow dealer Al (Shonesé Mercier). Who is really in charge

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  • Curtain up at the cornerHOUSE

    Curtain up at the cornerHOUSE0

    It’s been a long time coming. Raise your glasses, actors are finally treading the boards again at the cornerHOUSE. The arts centre in Douglas Road, which hasn’t seen a production for nine months due to lockdowns, is back with a flourish – a double bill of dark comedy starting tomorrow (Thursday) and running for three

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  • Spring awakening for popular Surbiton boutique Shoes at Last

    Spring awakening for popular Surbiton boutique Shoes at Last0

    It’s been like Christmas for Sarah Taylor who runs Shoes at Last in Maple Road. Boxes have been arriving at the Surbiton boutique since lockdown eased with the new spring collections from various designer labels – think the likes of Marble Scotland, Foil Clothing, Soya Concept, One Season, Focus and Ilse Jacobsen – and Sarah

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  • Scissors out as Salon No. 13 chops those lockdown locks

    Scissors out as Salon No. 13 chops those lockdown locks0

    Andrew Thompson is beaming from ear to ear. The hair stylist who runs Salon No. 13 is back to what he does best – trimming, cutting and shaping the locks of locals. What did he feel about being open again after months of lockdown? “Overjoyed and overwhelmed by the support that we have received from

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  • Record-breaking sales as British Heart Foundation opens its doors

    Record-breaking sales as British Heart Foundation opens its doors0

    Charity shops in Surbiton were doing good business on Monday as shoppers hit the stores. The British Heart Foundation in Victoria Road proved particularly popular with an orderly socially distanced queue forming outside for most of the day. Despite some of the charity’s shops in Scotland and all in Northern Ireland remaining closed, BHF, which funds

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  • Punters enjoy pints in the Black Lion’s garden as pub reopens

    Punters enjoy pints in the Black Lion’s garden as pub reopens0

    Mark Sheehy was as pleased as punch. The landlord of the Black Lion was back pulling pints again yesterday (Monday) and the garden of the pub in Brighton Road, Surbiton, was full of people enjoying them. “It has been such a relief – fantastic to open,” said the overjoyed publican. “I was a bit worried

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