CULTURAL CRUMBS – 4TH NOVEMBER.

BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS

Are you looking for a book that inspires wonder and delight in the child in your life? Look no further and delve into ‘Frostheart’ the debut novel from Jamie Littler. A little boy takes a sleigh ride into the heart of a magical adventure.  A perfect tale for this time of year, with the dark nights foretelling the magic and mysticism of Christmas time and all that evokes. Recommended for children who enjoy Cressida Cowell and JK Rowling.

ADULT READERS who love crime, mystery and a police procedural would do no better than the latest thriller from Brighton’s Peter James. ‘ DEAD AT FIRST SIGHT’ is the 15th (yes really) Roy Grace novel and concerns itself with the sinister underbelly of internet dating sites. Available from Redhill & Reigate branches of Waterstones, WH Smiths and online retailers.

https://www.waterstones.com/author/peter-james/11750

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE MUSIC THIS WEEK

The Jolly Brickmakers, Frenches Road, Redhill holds its monthly ‘Open Mic’ evening this Wednesday from 8pm. A great local venue for those in North Redhill and beyond to listen to local musicians play their rock and roll (and more). Free entry.

The Station Pub, South Nutfield is hosting a band this Saturday 9th: The Radars. Check them out. Free entry.

The live music venue in Reigate, The Cage hosts  ‘Cage Legend’ Luke Edney on Friday 8th. Luke plays an array of covers and also his own original material.

 Sweet Facility, a Brighton based Blues rock Band play on Saturday 9th. Their debut EP ‘The Gap’ is available on Spotify. Check it out:

A BUSY WEEK IN THEATRELAND.

Buddy Holly and the Cricketers, the tribute band that has rock and rolled audiences from Cardiff to California (to paraphrase the website) hits the Harlequin, Redhill  this Wednesday 6th: doors 7.30pm. Graham Norton, our reigning King of the chat shows,  described them as being ‘buddy Brilliant’, can there be higher praise?

Completely different but equally brilliant.  TenOrs unlimited tread the boards on Saturday 9th. A charity performance, their support comes from the Reigate Grammar School Choir. Tickets £10 for kids and £20 adults. Do support.

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