► The Guildford Story covers a selection of the most important locations as chosen by your guide. As well as the High Street, Tunsgate, Castle grounds and Quarry Street areas, the walk may sometimes go down to the Town Bridge and the River Wey. Meeting place: ► Tunsgate Arch, High Street (opposite the Guildhall). Frequency: ► Twice a week from
Thursday 17 June - Saturday 03 July Evenings 7.30pm (7pm 3 July only) No performances Sundays | No Matinees "Ask me no questions, and I'll tell you no fibs.” Charles Marlow and Kate Hardcastle are engaged to be wed. So far, so swell, except they've never met… This isn't a problem until the debonair Marlow
Description: Theme walk - general interest ► A short walk on relatively level ground from High Street to Upper High Street and then spending some time in Chertsey Street and the adjoining small streets before returning towards High Street. Meeting place: ► Tunsgate Arch, High Street (opposite the Guildhall). Frequency: ► Six times per year. Dates are
We are welcoming residents back to our museum with a fantastic exhibition dedicated to the stunning work of John Russell (1745-1806). The 'John Russell, A Georgian Portrait Painter at Work' exhibition opens on Wednesday 26 May at 12pm and runs throughout the summer until 9 October 2021. The show introduces John Russell and his working
A SOCIALLY DISTANCED SOUND INSTALLATION Running Time: Approximately 70 minutes, with no interval. Show TimesMon 21 - Sat 26 Jun 21 JUN 2021 - 26 JUN 2021 As the lights change at a major crossroads in a city in the heart of Europe a car grinds to a halt. Its driver can drive no more. Suddenly, without
Description: Theme walk - history ► After various points of interest in the High Street and North Street areas, the walk continues down to the River Wey to finish in Millmead. Meeting place: ► Tunsgate Arch, High Street (opposite the Guildhall). Dates are as follows: June: 22nd For more information and to book please click here
For nearly 30 years, this famous author spent part of each year at his unmarried sisters' home, The Chestnuts, where he died in 1898. On this walk you will see the buildings associated with him and hear how he spent his days writing, visiting and taking photographs. Description: Theme walk - creative arts ► A short
Hailing from the Black Country, Chartreuse create richly textured, loose-limbed, country-kissed soul music. It oozes warmth, intimacy and melancholy. It’s a sound that roughly orbits the alt-country shaped textures of Lambchop, the unhurried grandeur of Nick Cave, and the life-affirming unity of The National. There’s something of the lounge-y, devil-may-care attitude of King Krule here
A new play written and directed by Michelle Payne.The year is 2019 and Government approved superheroes will be selected to walk among us. Their main aim: protecting the U.K. from threats in a post-Brexit world.This production of THE LIBERATORS is performed by the graduating students from the BA (Hons) Acting for Stage and Screen Course
Armed Forces Day is a chance to show your support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community: from currently serving troops to Service families, veterans and cadets. There are many ways for people, communities and organisations across the country to show their support and get involved.
Guildford welcomes a unique Antiques and Brocante Street Market in the High Street, offering a mixture of Antiques, Collectables, Curios, Vintage, Retro bric-a-brac, as well as vinyl records from traders and enthusiasts from across the South and beyond. Contact for Guildford trader booking enquiries. FREE ENTRY CITY CENTRE PARKING To find out Guildford market dates, click here.