Art and culture events


Make culture count using the Surrey Culture Map! This interactive map connects creative individuals with others in the arts and cultural sector. There's something for everyone, to find out more visit the Surrey Culture Map webpage.

Saturday 25 November: Endless Love The Show - A Tribute to Lionel Richie & Diana Ross, Dorking Halls

This show is packed with Motown classics and timeless smash hits such as 'I'm Coming Out', 'Dancing On The Ceiling', 'Upside Down', 'Say You Say Me', 'Chain Reaction', 'All Night Long', Ain't No Mountain High Enough', 'Hello', 'Can't Hurry Love' plus many more classics. Book your tickets for this brilliant event on the Dorking Halls Endless Love webpage.

Saturday 25 November: Vivaldi's Four Seasons at Christmas at Guildford Cathedral

Hear Vivaldi's stunning Four Seasons live with exceptional classical performances from the Piccadilly Sinfonietta. This is the perfect way to celebrate the festive season at the beautiful Guildford Cathedral. Starts at 7.30pm. Book your ticket on the Fever Up website.

Thursday 30 November: Police Dog Hogan, Hindhead

With 8 members in the full line-up and instruments including guitar, accordion, banjo, mandolin, fiddle and trumpet, Police Dog Hogan draw their influences from many different wells. Book tickets for this wonderful performance on the Tickets ents24 Police Dog Hogan webpage.


Wednesday 1 November to Saturday 23 December: Host and Parasites, Kingston upon Thames

A dual site programme across Stanley Picker Gallery and Dorich House Museum. Featuring, at the Gallery, soap replicas of Kasearu's 113-year-old family house and, in the museum tiny objects which parasite on to bronze sculptures, connecting the museum and the neighbouring Richmond Park. This is guaranteed to be an interesting exhibition. Find out more on the Stanley Picker Gallery website.

Wednesday 1 November to Thursday 30 November: Ocean Film Festival

Now in its 10th year, the Ocean Film Festival is a cinemac celebration of the planet's oceans, starring mind-boggling marine creatures, seafaring voyages, and highlighting the profound impact of a lifestyle connected to the ocean. Want to go along to the festival this year? Buy your tickets on the Ocean Film Festival website.