The Good Time Guide Weekly 12/03/18
All aboard the good times train! Get set for a week of wicked humor, birthday celebrations and some super food. Find out what's going on in Surrey next week with your local guide to going out.
Iain Sterling: U Ok Hun? X
17th March / Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking
BAFTA-winning comedian Iain Stirling is back after a summer narrating smash hit Love Island (ITV2) and now you can see his actual face on his brand new tour as he comes to the Rhoda Mcgaw Theatre in Woking this March. Join Sterling as he explores dinner party etiquette, feminism and the pressures on a generation brought up in a world of instant gratification. How has modern living affected our ability to find long term happiness? Can social media ever reflect real life? And why is the floor lava?
For more information visit atgtickets.com
An Evening of Wine & Cheese
12th March / G Live, Guildford
Enjoy five tasting glasses of selected wines, accompanied by delicious cheeses, with expert insight from a Cellar Wines sommelier at G Live in Guildford this week. Presenting five stand out wines, all matched with artisanal cheeses, you'll learn about the intricacies about matching cheese to wine, and find out what makes these wines and their producers so special.
For more information visit glive.co.uk
The Rose at 10
13th March – 29th April / Rose Theatre, Kingston
Celebrate ten years of stunning theatre with the Rose Theatre in Kingston as a brand new exhibition opens highlighting the wealth of talent that has passed through its doors since its inception. Running alongside the main programme, this exhibition looks back at the last 10 years and features some of the Rose’s most memorable productions including Titania’s dress from A Midsummer Night’s Dream as worn by Judi Dench, the throne from Shakespeare’s trilogy The Wars of the Roses and behind-the-scenes photographs from the world premiere of Elena Ferrante’s My Brilliant Friend amongst others. The exhibition also features costumes, props, model boxes, press cuttings and exclusive plans and images.
For more information visit rosetheatrekingston.org
14th March / West End Centre, Aldershot
Wander over to the West End Centre in Aldershot for an evening of spellbinding music courtesy of the enigmatic Findlay Napier. Playing folk music with an Americana edge, Napier’s second solo album was co-written and produced by songsmith Boo Hewderine, combining original songs with classics from the his adopted home town of Glasgow’s colourful ballad canon.
For more information visit westendcentre.co.uk
Jay Rayner: The Ten (Food) Commandments
15th March / Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking
Lord of the dinner table, food critic and aficionado of the do’s and don’ts of dining, Jay Rayner comes to the Rhoda McGaw Theatre in Woking for an evening of biblical proportions. Join culinary Moses in this audio-visual romp as he attempts to lead us to the edible promised land. He’ll explain why thou shalt always eat with thy hands, why thou should most definitely worship leftovers, and why thou must celebrate the stinkiest of foods.
For more information visit atgtickets.com
Me and My Bee
16th March / Electric Theatre, Guildford
Climate change is massive. Bees aren’t. Our fuzzy little friends need our help and so we’re launching a political party disguised as a party party disguised as a show. Multi award-winning theatre company, ThisEgg, invites you to save the world – one bee at a time. A new comedy for children and adults alike. Plant the seed for change, join the Bee Party. Beefore it’s too late.
For more information visit electric.theatre
Home & Vintage Living
17th March / Grayswood Village Hall, Grayswood
Discover a treasure trove of home and vintage delights at this fair found at Grayswood Village Hall this March. From furniture to fabric and from keepsakes to kitsch-made find something for you and for your home this month.
For more information visit homeandvintageliving.co.uk
A Sensory Journey
18th March / &Hobbs, Shere
Take some time for yourself this March and take part in this Sensory Jourmey Workshop taking place at &Hobbs in Shere. Join Mindfulness expert Ati Balding aka Surrey Hills Wellness for a morning’s meditation. Feel relaxed and rejuvenated as you explore your senses and find calm.
For more information visit andhobbs.com
George Egg: Anarchist Cook
15th March / Cranleigh Arts Centre
Bringing his inventive evening of stand-up, live cooking and comedy lecture to Cranleigh Arts Centre this month. George prepares a breakfast, a lunch and a dinner using, amongst other things, a wallpaper stripper, a heat gun, a paper shredder and a whole host of other tools and appliances.And perhaps the best part? The audience gets to eat the food at the end!
For more information visit cranleighartscentre.org