CULTURAL CRUMBS 23rd September.

The weekly ‘cultural crumbs’ round-up giving you a snippet of whats on in RH.

Cultural crumbs from RH: THEATRE

 Tuesday 24th September: A day in the Death of Joe Egg opens at the Archway, Horley – the ‘thriving little theatre in the arches’. See below for what to expect.

A dark comedy from an award-winning playwright. Bri, a schoolteacher and his wife Sheila have a grown son, Joe, with severe cerebral palsy. Joe is completely helpless and utterly dependent. Bri hides behind irony and sarcasm whilst Sheila believes the child is penance for her past and soldiers on devotedly with their little “Joe Egg”. Until 5th October.

Meanwhile the Harlequin, Redhill has a packed schedule. Tickets are still available for An Evening with Simon Weston on Wednesday 25th September.  AND the popular Comedy Cottage returns on Friday 27th.  We all need a belly laugh in these tumultuous times, from the website.

Top TV circuit & International comedians perform alongside rising stars of the future. We always aim for a smorgasbord of a line-up, offering something for everyone. On the last Friday of the month, the Comedy Cottage take over our largest function room bringing you the hottest local comedians from the circuit. Tickets are just £11 and doors open at 7.30pm.

http://www.harlequintheatre.co.uk/whats-on/on-stage/

Cultural crumbs from RH: MUSIC

Friday 27th is busy busy busy on the live music front. Including:

Lethargic Phoenix with support from Zack at The Yard, Reigate, 7-10pm, BYOB. It’s been said before but there is truly an eclectic programme on offer at this wonderful community venue. Full details are on the website

http://theyardatreigatestation.co.uk/programme.php

If a bit of swing is more your thing then get down to the Red Lion, Linkfield Lane, Redhill for a Michael Buble Tribute Night. Tickets are £32.95 – much cheaper than the real deal AND you get a delicious 2-course dinner. What’s not to love?

Meanwhile: Alice Dale will take centre stage at the Cage, Reigate on Friday night with her acoustic set.

And last but no means least, The Jolly Brickmakers, Frenches Road Redhill has live music featuring Roland Chapman.

All this on the same Friday evening in September. Spoiled for choice.

Cultural crumbs from RH: LITERATURE

Local author Angela Dyson’s new novel The Love Detective, Level 1, is released on 28th September. Edgy, Chick Lit and most definitely not a cosy mystery, it will be available in all good bookstores. Angela is due to sign copies of her book in Waterstones, Redhill on Saturday 12th October at 10am.

For more local events, check our events page by clicking here.

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