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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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  • Submit your photos of water to online cornerHOUSE show

    Submit your photos of water to online cornerHOUSE show0

    From dripping taps to puddles, rivers and oceans, water can mean many different things to us. Until April 2, the cornerHOUSE arts centre in Surbiton is accepting photographs of the liquid stuff in all its different shapes and forms for an online exhibition. All details and how to submit your entry are on the Douglas

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  • A theatrical twist to Valentine’s gifts from Lunaria London

    A theatrical twist to Valentine’s gifts from Lunaria London0

    Why not gift a bouquet or wreath for your Valentine or Galentine (for your female besties) made with some theatrical flair by chums Lauren Smith and Sarah Mathieson. The duo, who work out of a studio in Villiers Close, Surbiton, launched Lunaria London when they found themselves jobless in March when The National Theatre closed

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  • New play Make-up comes to the cornerHOUSE in Surbiton

    New play Make-up comes to the cornerHOUSE in Surbiton0

    Theatres may be decimated at the moment because of COVID-19 restrictions but the cornerHOUSE in Surbiton is determined that the show must go on. The arts centre in Douglas Road is staging a new play, Make-up, by Andy Moseley of NoLogoProductions on Thursday (October 1). Lady Christina (Moj Taylor) is finding her life performing as

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  • Summer drama workshops for primary school children are back!

    Summer drama workshops for primary school children are back!0

    Stuck for something to keep the kids occupied? Solved! Katy’s Drama Club workshops are back at the cornerHOUSE! Katy Huckfield’s workshops at the arts centre in Surbiton this week are full, but there are still a few places left for her sessions on Thursday, 27 and Friday 28 August. “Join us for some live, face-to-face

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