Events for Friday, 21 September 2018

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  • When The Cat's Away

    • Friday, 21 September 2018 at 19:30 - 21:45
    • Location: The Wilfrid Noyce Centre, Crown Court, Godalming
    • Cost: £14 (plus booking fee)

    “When the Cat’s Away” is a new play by Claire Parker inspired by the real-life stories, songs and the spirit of the women who won the right to vote a century ago.

    When_The_Cat_s_Away_POSTER_small__4_It’s 1914. Windows smashed. Women on the run. A former suffragette returns to the quiet village of her youth, but when her friend, charismatic leader of the Actresses’ Franchise League, swoops in, a plan is hatched to spread the ‘advanced views’ of the ladies.

    The village – and the lives of its women and men – will be forever changed in this delightful comedy-drama.

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  • Remembering the First World War

    • Tuesday, 18 September 2018 - Saturday, 13 October 2018
    • Location: Godalming Museum
    • Cost: N/A

    Marking the centenary of the end of the First World War, this exhibition remembers those who fought and explores the impact on the lives of residents of Godalming, Farncombe and surrounding villages.

    Discover the stories which lie behind the war memorials we pass every day and the characters and events which shaped the local experience of 'The Great War'.

    Godalming Museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm.

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  • On Chesil Beach (15)

    • Friday, 21 September 2018 at 20:00 - 22:30
    • Location: Cinema - Borough Hall Godalming
    • Cost: Adults - £7.50, Children - £3.50, Concessions - £6.50

    A lovestruck young couple swap vows in 1960’s Britain, but run into relationship problems as soon as the honeymoon begins.

    On Chesil Beach


    Florence is a talented classical musician from a wealthy family with grand ambitions, while Edward too is a brilliant student with a first-class degree, albeit from a more modest background. Like so many couples of their era, the pair decide to marry young and their wedding is planned.

    But, as the two virgins go to consummate their relationship, it becomes clear that they have very different feelings about sex. Florence is haunted by a past experience and in turn dreading the experience, whereas Edward is both excited and nervous to finally carry out an act he has dreamed of for so long.

    The results are disastrous and immediately puts a barrier between the newlyweds, who are forced to recall past memories during their stay on Chesil Beach.

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  • Behind Closed Doors: 300 years of Willmer House

    • Tuesday, 30 January 2018 - Saturday, 22 December 2018 at 10:00 - 17:00
    • Location: The Museum of Farnham, 38 West St, Farnham GU9 7DX
    • Cost: Free entry

    Exhibition: Behind Closed Doors: 300 years of Willmer House

    Willmer_House_by_Thomas_HunterA hop grower’s residence, a school for young ladies, a dentist’s surgery; Since Willmer House was built in 1718 it has been many different things to different people. In this special exhibition celebrating 300 years of Willmer House, visitors will be able to learn more about the history of the building through material specially selected by pupils from Potters Gate School.

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  • Art Club for Children and Adults

    • Monday, 17 September 2018 - Monday, 1 October 2018 at 16:30 - 17:45
    • Location: 2 Collins Court, 39 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8AS
    • Cost: 14.25 - 14.75

    art-K runs art classes for children and adults in a safe and creative environment.

    IMG_3688__1_art-K is an art club for children and adults learn artistic skills in an inspirational, calm environment.

    We teach a range of media and techniques in 2D and 3D projects. We provide a safe environment where children grow into amazing young artists brimming with self confidence.

    Our projects are unique and age-based so children are continuously developing. We cover mediums such as acrylics, watercolours, pastels, oil pastels, inks, oils... and we also do 3D work with papier mache, clay and paper sculpture.

    We believe it's very important for the younger children to develop their visual vocabulary so that they can draw from they head. To do this we work really hard on visual perceptual and visual memory skills. For the adult classes, there is flexibility in the course, but there is also structure for the less experienced artist who is looking to learn a new skill. We have lots of different projects but the direction is led by the class depending on what mediums they are interested in.

    We discuss artists from the Impressionists to David Hockney to Ann Blockley, who is a vibrant watercolour artist, and we experiment using their techniques. All materials are included in all the classes.

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