Curtain Call: May 5-11
May 04, 2006
Harlequin Theatre, Warwick Quadrant, Redhill. Box office: 01737 765547.
Chas & Dave appear on Friday, May 5, at 8pm.
Dominic Kirwan performs on Tuesday, May 9, at 7.45pm.
New Victoria Theatre, Woking. Box office: 01483 545900.
Starlight Express runs until Saturday, May 27.
The Bellairs Playhouse, Millmead Terrace, Guildford. Box office: 01483 444789.
GSA Conservatoire presents The Threepenny Opera on Thursday, May 11.
Riverhouse, Manor Road, Walton-on-Thames. Box office: 01932 253354.
Phul Collins plays tribute to Phil Collins on Saturday, May 6, at 8pm.
Dorking Halls, Reigate Road, Dorking. Box office: 01306 881717.
Derren Brown: Something Wicked This Way Comes Tour takes place on Friday, May 5, at 8pm.
The Counterfeit Stones roll in on Thursday, May 11, at 8pm.
Mill Studio, Guildford. Box office: 01483 440000.
The Nation’s Favourite Poems performed by Ruth Rosen is on Friday, May 5.
Pandora’s Box on Saturday, May 6 11am and 2pm. A show full of incident with puppetry, music, and humour. Suitable for ages four and over.
Join The Knicker Lady, Rosemary Hawthorne, in a romp through the history of knickers, on Thursday, May 11, at 8pm.
The Electric Theatre, Guildford. Box office: 01483 444789.
The Peaslake Players present the hilarious TV comedy ‘Allo ‘Allo until Saturday, May 6, at 7.45pm.
Merrow Dramatic Society present Don’t Dress for Dinner from Wednesday, May 10, until Saturday, May 13.
Yvonne Arnaud Theatre. Box office: 01483 440000.
The Best of Friends, runs until Saturday, May 6.
Shakespeare’s Wars of the Roses. A spectacular saga of politics, power games, betrayals, bloody battles, and anarchy from Tuesday, May 9, until Saturday, May 13.
The Leatherhead Theatre, Church Street, Leatherhead. Box office: 01372 365141.
The Leatherhead Drama Festival 2006 runs until Saturday, May 13.
Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester. Box office: 01243 781312.
Entertaining Angels starring Penelope Keith runs from Friday, May 5, until Saturday, May 27.
AUDITIONS for The Sleeping Beauty Ballet are being held at the Harlequin Theatre, Warwick Quadrant, Redhill, on Monday, May 22. English Youth Ballet is offering up to 100 boys and girls aged from eight to 18 years the chance to perform in Sleeping Beauty at the theatre in October. Details: 01248 422337, 0208 691 2806, or e-mail Janet Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org
THE Glider and Five Mini Plays by Harold Pinter will be presented by the Cobham Players in Cobham Village Hall, Lushington Drive, Cobham, until Saturday, May 6, at 8pm. Tickets: £7.50. Box office: 01932 867181.
A NEW and contemporary puppet show for all the family, My Tree, will be staged at Cranleigh Arts Centre, Cranleigh, on Saturday, May 6, at 2.30pm. A tale of thrills, spills and surprises. Suitable for six and over. Tickets £5. Box office 08456 128128.
THE Story of Princess Gimmee . . . and other nonsense takes place at the Vera Fletcher Hall, Thames Ditton, on Saturday, May 6, at 2.30pm. Tightrope walking, juggling puppet and lots of humour from award-winning puppeteer. Tickets £5. Box office: 01372 462078.