Local author of the month.

Angela’s debut novel was published in 2018, shortly followed up by the sequel “Next Level” in September 2019.

Meet Clarry Pennhaligan, what she lacks in ambition she makes up for in energy. Clarry discovers a knack for poking her nose into other people’s business and embarks on a career as a private detective.

Angela writes regularly for Magazines and Newspapers and features regularly on local BBC Radio panels. Find out all about Angela here


    10/11/2019 by

    Sara Wright reviews Excluded. It’s 2019, inner city London. Hamlet is grieving, Othello accused and Isabel forced against her will. Just some of the goings on at Cannon High as Shakespeare’s most iconic characters prepare to sit their GCSEs.


    07/11/2019 by

    SARAH CRIPPS WRITES… NORTHERN LIGHTS BY PHILIP PULLMAN The Dark Materials forms the cornerstones of BBC1’s autumn schedule and has been eagerly anticipated by fans of this other worldly series.  Some would call this risky business after the contentious 2007 film adaptation. The first episode was warmly received by critics and fans alike. Pullman’s rich… Read more

  • Book Corner – Lost by Eve Ainsworth

    22/10/2019 by

    Have you read anything by Eve Ainsworth yet? Eve is the author of several Young Adult books. Seven Days, her first title – was published  way back in 2015 by Scholastic. Her latest novel LOST is aimed at a slightly younger readership and is a beautifully written and tender account of a young boy dealing… Read more


    16/10/2019 by

    NADINE MOORE REVIEWS A GENTLEMAN IN MOSCOW BY AMOR TOWLES A SUNDAY TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR 2017 The story starts in 1922, where the genteel and most charming Count Alexander Ilyich Rostov is under house arrest, in Moscow’s Metropol Hotel.  The Bolsheviks have seized power, the Aristocracy have been overthrown and our Count has… Read more

  • Cultural Crumbs 8 October

    07/10/2019 by

    CULTURAL CRUMBS – 8th October. MUSIC The Yard, Reigate Station, hosts the quite brilliant Acousticatz this Friday 11th October with support from Mark Milward. As ever £6 and BYOB. This superb venue and community space is well deserving of support from RH locals. It hosts a varied programme of events. RH music lovers know that… Read more

  • CULTURAL CRUMBS 23rd September.

    23/09/2019 by

    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… Read more

  • Cultural Crumbs from RH.

    15/09/2019 by

    The Harlequin Cinema, part of the Harlequin Theatre in Redhill, re-opens after its refit tomorrow (Monday 16th) in its new guise as the Waller Studio. To celebrate cinema tickets are £5 this week. See website for further details. MUSIC The Redgate Renegades are bringing their eclectic mix of covers to the Cage, Reigate this… Read more


    04/11/2019 by

    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,… Read more


    29/10/2019 by

    Dracul, a prequel to the classic novel Draula as told via notebooks and writing left behind by Bram Stoker

  • CULTURAL CRUMBS 29 October

    27/10/2019 by

    LIVE MUSIC It is dark. It is getting colder. The summer days and evenings listening to live music in the great outdoors seem a lifetime ago. But… nothing beats a cosy indoor venue with fab musicians playing all sorts of original stuff to get you tapping your feet, moving around and getting all warm and… Read more


    24/10/2019 by

    The newly revamped Waller Studio re-opens Friday 25th October. The films are only five pounds ALL WEEK and two huge films are kicking it all off in style. Famageddon: A Shaun the Sheep movie and…… The Joker this is the big film of the moment and is certainly dividing opinion. Please see Alex Terry’s review… Read more

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