This page shows events etc put on by other organisations with whom we have a mutual publicity arrangement, and events with which our members are involved.

The Door in Guildford

Another chance to see Tony Earnshaw’s much travelled exploration of accountability and personal responsibility, this time in Guildford’s Yvonne Arnaud theatre, the Mill Studio. One night only, on Friday 7th February at 8 pm. After the performance, Tony will join the cast for a question and answer session. More details on

Come and Sing

Come and Sing! with Ian Assersohn and the Vaughan Williams Singers

To celebrate the centenary of its first performance in 1920, the main work is Vaughan WIlliams’ The Lark Ascending, in Paul Drayton’s new arrangement for choir and violin.
Other pieces will be Ēriks Ešenvalds’ Ancient Prairie for violin and choir and, as time allows, some of John Whittaker’s great new SATB arrangements of RVW folk songs. Lunch is included and the afternoon culminates in a performance of everything  worked on during the day.
Details as above. Online booking is open now – folks should just go to and click on Events. Even if people don’t want to Come and Sing, they may want to Come and Listen. (People are welcome to observe any or all of the day for a fee of £5.)

Dinner Theatre at the Stepping Stones

Following the rapturous reception given to the dinner theatre evening based on Tony Earnshaw’s novel Blessed Assurance, Tony has persuaded Damn Cheek and the Greensand Band to repeat the event, this time at the Stepping Stones in West Humble. This will be on March 5th at 7.30 and will feature a welcome drink and two course meal as well as the performance. More details on