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Upcoming events

A selection from the wide range of community events happening over the next few weeks across the Borough:


An evening with Phillip Dyson (international concert pianist)
Wednesday 24 June; 7.30pm
Nonsuch Mansion, Cheam
An evening of popular classics and much more. Concert management: Ali Pickard Associates. Fazioli Concert Piano. Licensed bar. Tickets: £20 and £14 for Students and Children. Box Office: 020 8786 8830/07835 949260.

As you like it
Wednesday 24 June - Saturday 27 June; 7.45pm
Adrian Mann Theatre, NESCOT, Reigate Road Ewell, KT17 3DS
Sutton Amateur Dramatic Club's 298th production moves Shakespeare's play into the swinging, psychedelic mid-1960s!
Ticket costs: Wed £10, Thurs £11, Fri & Sat £12

St Martin of Tours Music Festival 2015 - Opera Holloway
Saturday 27 June; 7.30pm
St Martin of Tours Church, Church Street, Epsom KT17 4PX

This young opera company presents a fully staged production of Rossini's comedy La scala di seta, accompanied by chamber orchestra. Cost £15.
For more information email: telephone: 07513060179. Phone: 0333 666 3366 - booking line only, calls charged at national rate. £1.50 fee for telephone bookings.


The history of Worcester Park, Old Malden and Cheam
Wednesday 1 July, 8pm
St Mary’s Church Hall, London Road, Ewell
Epsom & Ewell History & Archaeology Society present a presentation by David Rymill. Admission to non-members £4.

Shadbolt Park Sports Day
Saturday 4 July, 3pm-5pm
Shadbolt Park, Salisbury Road, KT4 7BX.
£3 per child – BYO picnic kids tea. Funds raised to renovate children’s play area.

The star spangles banner
Saturday 4 July, 7.30pm
Big School, Epsom College, KT17 4JQ
Epsom Chamber Choir celebrate American Independence Day. Tickets in advance £12, on the door £15

May I introduce you to bee-keeping?
Thursday 7 July, 7.30pm
In the stables by the Mansion, Nonsuch Park, SM3 8AL, Vehicle access via Cheam Gate
Friends of Nonsuch present a talk by Molly Barnard of Surrey beekeepers. Admission £6 (£8 non-members) includes refreshments.

Go Fest 2015
Friday 10 - Sunday 12 July
Surrey Sport's Park, Guildford
GoFest, the UK’s Family Festival of Sport, Fitness, Dance and Health, presents the perfect opportunity to ‘have a go’ at a huge variety of sport and dance sessions with sessions for all ages, genders and abilities. Added into the mix is live music and main stage entertainment throughout the day. For more info visit: (Tickets must be booked in advance).

Jazz and pizazz!
Saturday 11 July, 7pm
Christchurch Hall & Garden, Christchurch Road, Epsom, KT19 8NE
After the Wimbledon Ladies Tennis final, an evening of music, strawberries & cream and sparkling wine – dress code: frocks and jackets. Tickets £10., 01372 743133.

Ahoy! Sing for the Mary Rose
Saturday 11 July, 7pm
St Georges Christian Centre, Barnett Wood lane, Ashtead, KT21 2DA
The youth choirs of St Giles and St George’s Ashtead and Stoneleigh Choral Society.Tickets in advance £10 adults, £5 under 18’s – 01372 878514
Profits for The Dell Project.

Bright Ideas
Wednesday 15 July, 1.30pm for 2pm
Bourne Hall, Spring Street, Ewell, KT17 1UF
Epsom Mayday Flower club present a flower arranging demonstration by Gill Homer. Admission to non-members £6

Cuddington Beer Festival
Friday 17 July and Saturday 18 July (various times)
Rowe Hall, Salisbury Road, KT4 7DD
Over 30 ales and 12 ciders! Organised by supporters of the 2nd Cuddington (Rowe) Scout Group.

Friends of Rosebery Park Awareness Day
Saturday 18 July; 11am-3pm
Rosebery Park, Epsom 
For more information visit the Facebook page

Nonsuch Mansion House, the service wing museum
Nonsunch Mansion, Nonsuch Park, SM3 8AL, Vehicle access via Cheam Gate
Open second and fourth Sundays April through October and all Bank Holiday Mondays, free entrance. For more information

Nonsuch Mansion exhibits: Award-winning model of Henry's Palace in the Nonsuch Palace Gallery. Open every Sunday: Summer 2-5pm; Winter 11-3pm.

WI  - Inspiring Women
First Wednesday each month; 2-4pm (Doors open 1.45pm)
The Methodist Church Hall, Ashley Road, Epsom
Speakers, demonstrations, music, social meetings. In additional to these there is a craft group, book club, lunch group, walking group and outings. Visitors are welcome. On joining the Women's Institute, the official magazing W.I. Life is sent to each member throughout the year.

Top Notes Singing Group
Wednesday in term time; 7.45 - 9.15pm
Longmead Centre, Epsom KT19 9HG
We love to sing songs from musicals, topical songs and songs we choose as a group. No auditions, we sing for fun and we have a great choir leader, sheet music and song links. £7 per session - your first session half price £3.50. Contact Heather Martindale, email: phone: 07840 297077.


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