Art and culture events

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Thursday 1 June to Sunday 18 June: Watts Ceramics: Living Traditions, Watts Gallery

Works in this exhibition will draw on centuries-old techniques of slipware, delftware, Limoges porcelain, Staffordshire figures. If ceramics are something you're passionate about you may want to purchase one of the works as they'll all be for sale. This event is free and you can find out more on the Watts Gallery Living Traditions webpage.

Saturday 3 June: Bye Bye Baby - Celebrating Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, Dorking Halls

Bye Bye Baby is a jaw-dropping tribute to the musical phenomenon 'Jersey Boys' and the timeless, iconic music of 'Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons'. Enjoy a night to remember. Book your ticket on the Dorking Halls Bye Bye Baby event webpage.

Friday 9 June: Romance from A - Z with Author Linda Corbett, Reigate Library

Linda Corbette will be at Reigate Library to talk about her writing, disability, and guinea pigs! Tickets are £4 and if you'd like to go along, you can buy a ticket on the Eventbrite Romance with Linda Corbett webpage.

Monday 12 June: Tandridge Handicraft Society June event

The Tandridge Handicraft Society is hosting a talk with examples, on harvesting, preparing, and weaving nettle fibres. "Nettles Still Got the Edge" will be presented by Brigitte Kaltenbacher. Doors open 1.30pm and the talk starts at 2pm. Find further details on the Tandridge Handicraft Society website.

Tuesday 13 June: In conversation with Kia Abdullah and Nadine Matheson, Godalming Library

Thriller authors Kia Abdullah and Nadine Matheson will be at Godalming Library to discuss the genre and their books! Tickets are £5 and if you'd like to go along, you can buy a ticket on the Eventbrite In conversation with Kia Abdullah webpage.

Wednesday 14 to Sunday 25 June: Making your mark exhibition, Walton-on-Thames

The well established group of textile and mixed media artists, Wey Valley Workshop, are delighted to be showcasing some more inspirational art at their annual exhibition, Making your mark. It's free to attend and no need to book. Find more information on The Little Box Office webpage.

Thursday 15 June: "Before we were trans" with Author Kit Heyam, Woking Library

To celebrate Pride Month, Woking Library will be playing host to "Before we were trans" Author Kit Heyam. This will be a really great event! If you'd like to go along the event starts at 6pm and you can buy your tickets on the Eventbrite Talk with Author Kit Heyam webpage.

Thursday 15 June: Shalamar at G Live

Legendary music group, Shalamar will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Friends album by performing the entire album live in concert for the first time in their history! Are you a mega fan who wants to be part of this magical moment? Visit the GLive Shalamar event webpage.

Saturday 17 June: Cello and piano recital with Guy Johnston & Mishka Rushdie Momen

Enjoy an evening of cello and piano! Guy Johnston is regarded by many as one of Britain's finest cellists, and he will be accompanied at this recital at Bawtree Concert Hall, by pianist Mishka Rushdie Momen making a welcome return to the Oxted and Limpsfield Music Society. Find out timings and book tickets on the Oxted and Limpsfield Music Society website.

Sunday 18 June: Celebrating women in Jazz at Watts Gallery

Go along and and relax with family and friends for this dreamy evening of smooth, summertime jazz. You can bring a picnic and enjoy the ambiance of the beautiful landscape and arts and crafts setting, with top-quality musicians from Guildford Jazz. Book your spot on the Watts Gallery Celebrating Women event webpage.

Sunday 18 June: Sun, Moon and stars concert, Leatherhead

Continuing the Leatherhead choir's 5th Anniversary season with a concert of stunning choral music celebrating the cosmos. Music by Ēriks Ešenvalds, Ola Gjeilo, Bob Chilcott, Morten Lauridsen and others. Conducted by Ian Assersohn with Rachel Threlfall, cello and Jan Assersohn, piano. For details and tickets, visit the VWSingers website.

Wednesday 21 June: Tea with crime novelist Linda Regan, Hersham Library

Head to Hersham Library for tea with Crime novelist and actress Linda Regan. If you'd like to go along, tickets are £3.50, and you can purchase them on the Eventbrite Tea with crime novelist webpage.

Thursday 22 June to Friday 30 June: Reinvented: The Art of Upcycling, Watts Gallery

Creating beautiful art from unwanted rubbish, this exhibition celebrates work which makes best use of things artists find including newspaper, driftwood, old cutlery and tins. Sound right up your street? Visit the Watts Gallery Reinvented event webpage.

Thursday 22 June: Crime Thriller Evening with Jacqueline Sutherland and AA Chaudhuri, Guildford Library

Head to Guildford Library for a crime thriller evening with Jacqueline Sutherland and AA Chaudhuri. If you'd like to go along, you can book your spot on the Eventbrite Crime Thriller Evening with Jacqueline Sutherland webpage.

Thursday 22 June: In Conversation with thriller author Amen Alonge, Epsom Library

Are you a thriller lover? Head to Epsom Library for a conversation with thriller author Amen Alonge. If you'd like to go along, tickets are £5 and you can purchase them on the Eventbrite In conversation with Amen Alonge webpage.

Wednesday 28 June: In Conversation with Olivia Keirnan, Camberley Library

Do you enjoy novels by Olivia Keirnan? Well, you're in luck, she'll be at Camberley Library from 7pm for a chat. Tickets are £6 and you can get yours on the Eventbrite In conversation with Olivia Keirnan webpage.

Wednesday 28 June: Epworth Choir Summer Concert "Twilight", Woking

At Trinity Methodist Church, Epworth Choir will be putting on a A relaxing summer evening concert with tea, cake and inspiring music featuring light, darkness and eventide, themed around "Twilight". Admission is free, but make sure you register to attend on the Epworth Choir website.