Keen to hop til' they drop, the Easter Bunny and his springtime pals have decided to stick around Guildford for the re-opening of some of the town's retail and leisure businesses! They've been busy popping window stickers in businesses around the town. Follow the EG Easter Trail map to hunt down the 12 numbered
Tutor: Craig Underwood BSc (Hons) PGCE PhD FBIS MIEEE Exploration of the outer solar system has revealed a plethora of icy-rocky bodies – small worlds in their own right. In this session, we will examine their nature and what we have learned of their history. Intriguingly, some may have conditions amenable to life – could
While we need to wait another few months to socialise indoors with friends and family, we think we might have the next best thing – a Virtual Beer Tasting led live from Hogs Back Brewery in aid of Oakleaf, which includes your very own Beer Tasting Box! The event will take place on Wednesday April 21st from 7pm via Zoom and
Radical Visions Sustainability Fair Join us as we celebrate sustainability and all things eco with a series of talks, workshops, music and demonstrations from some incredible organisations and charities! Including: Guildford Labor Party Plastic Free Guildford Young People's Climate Strike The Nappy Lady Love Haslemere Hate Waste Mark McGilloway Mother of Order For Earth's Sake
The BCO were established by British composer and violinist, Christian Garrick, and led by him they play a blistering barrage of traditional folk and gypsy-flavoured music from across the Balkans and Russia, Klezmer laments, Romanian Doinas, Hungarian Czadas and their own unique re-imaginings of some of the biggest tunes ever written by the classical greats.
Colonel H G M McBride MSc This event is part of our Window on the World talk series, which explores a variety of topics on weekday afternoons. Colonel McBride is a proud veteran, having completed almost 36 years of military service with the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC). He is now a Royal British Legion
The opening concert of JAZZ FEST ’20 shines a spotlight on some of the best young jazz musicians from across Surrey. With performances from small ensembles to big bands, join us in celebrating the future of jazz! Followed by late night Gin ’n’ Jazz in the bar. More Info: Surrey Young Jazz Musicians Of The Year
In a few short years, Nicolas Meier has earned a reputation as one of the UK’s most original and uniquely talented guitarists. Drawing from a love of Turkish, Eastern & Middle Eastern music, Flamenco, Tango and more – all mixed with jazz – he’s one of the rising stars in a vibrant British jazz scene.
You are warmly invited to an afternoon jazz singing workshop led by the inspirational musical director and internationally recognised choir leader, Pete Churchill, followed by a cream tea and concert. Pete Churchill is a professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London and the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. He teaches and leads choirs on
A HISTORY OF THE EARLY YEARS WITH SANDY BURNETT Sandy Burnett is one of the UK’s most authoritative broadcasters in the field of classical music. His varied career has seen him as author, bassist, conductor, broadcaster and presenter, sharing his passion for music. His lecture , The Age of Jazz, will cover the early years