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The Passion of Jerome - Runnymede Drama Group

Weds 5 to Sat 8 April
Runnymede Drama Group presents The Passion of Jerome By Dermot Bolger
A gripping, powerful and utterly original piece of theatre.

May Fair

Monday 1 May - 11 - 4pm 
A good old fashioned May Day Parade and Celebration with maypole dancing featuring local school children, Quick Fix Theatre, Busking, Craft Fair workshops for all the family, Morris Dancers, and a craft fair.
 

Hotbuckle Productions present Far from the Madding Crowd

Friday 5 and Saturday 6 May  8pm

Hotbuckle return with their adaption of the most endearing and English of Thomas Hardy’s novels...

Pond Grainger Performing Arts presents Jack from the Future #NoFluxGiven

Thursday 1 to Saturday 3 June  8pm 

In this new parody jukebox musical with a science fiction theme, the eighties are fully embraced with classic teen movie twists, some of the greatest songs written, and some epic plot holes....!

The agreeable people present Jane and Friends

Saturday 10 June 4pm and 8pm
Jane Austen was an observer of life, and she populated her writing with people we recognise today. The agreeable people present extracts and scenes from Jane's work for an evening of ... "a little quiet cheerfulness". 

Theatre AD presents Primrose Way

Thursday 22 and Friday 23 June 2017  8pm
A Solo Performance by Anne Nunn in aid of Shelter and other charities supporting the homeless, Primrose Way tells the poignant story of Old Primrose, from her hopes as an aspiring young actress to an old lady living on the streets with just her memories to sustain her...
 

Elmbridge Youth Theatre presents Strictly British

Thursday 6 to Saturday 8 July  7.30pm
EYT return to Riverhouse with a review of British composers, writers and singers from the 1900s to the present day, aimed at evoking possibly long forgotten memories....

Runnymede Drama Group presents For Services Rendered

By W Somerset Maugham.
Written in 1932, For Services Rendered exposes the unspoken consequences of World War I on one ordinary English family.
Wednesday 19 to Saturday 22 July 2017 - 7.45pm