Alton Fringe Theatre presents T S Eliot: The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock & The Waste Land
Wednesday 8 March, 7.30pm–9pm
This is a rare opportunity to hear two of the 20th century’s most famous poems read aloud for an audience by kind permission of the Eliot Estate and his publishers Faber and Faber.
The Love Song (published 1915) points the way to the more controversial poem, The Waste Land (1922.) The latter reflects Eliot’s experience of a fragmented, urban world in the aftermath of the First World War. The Love Song will be performed as a monologue and then five actors will give voice to the many characters, ideas and sounds of The Waste Land. The performance will be followed by an informal discussion. Tickets include a complementary glass of wine/soft drink.
New Beginnings Art display
October 2016 until February 2017.
Come and have a look at an exhibition showcasing the diverse range of artistic talent displayed by women in contact with the Criminal Justice System in Surrey as it tours the county including some of our libraries. Check which libraries
Completely free and accessible throughout each library's opening times.
Making Fair at Woking Library
Calling all makers!
On Sunday 4 June we'll be holding a Making Fair at Woking Library.
If you're an artist, scientist, creator, inventor or innovator using new technologies who would like to show what you're doing to others (free of charge), please get in contact at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A few of the stands can be taken by commercial organisations - a small charge will be made.
Regular events in libraries
Rhymetimes and storytimes
Learning in libraries
Digital Friday at Guildford Library
Digital Friday is a programme of events which will take place on the last Friday of the month at Guildford Library. It is a makerspace, a place where people can meet to collaborate, create, learn, and innovate.