Event Calendar

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Event Types

Events

Theatre | Arts • Performance

By Dennis Kelly

Film Theatre | Arts • Performance

A captivatingly bizarre quasi-horror thriller drama about a mass canine uprising in Budapest.

A psychotic outbreak affects all the dogs in Budapest in Kornél Mundruczó’s energetic and imaginative film.

Music | Performance

This week's lunchtime recital features performances from Surrey music students.

Visual Arts | Arts • Lecture • Seminar

Dr Lynn Turner will be giving a talk on 22nd Nov at 4pm in LTA. The title of the talk is "Give them some more time": The ends of sacrifice in White God

Visual Arts | Arts • Lecture • Seminar

Dr Lynn Turner will be giving a talk on 22nd Nov at 4pm in LTA. The title of the talk is "Give them some more time": The ends of sacrifice in White God. 

Music Theatre | Arts • Performance

Jimmy Winter, a wealthy playboy with a low-wattage brain, living the good life in the midst of Prohibition, has an unfortunate habit of marrying chorus girls, until he’s forced to marry Eileen Evergreen – a woman of substance.

Theatre | Arts • Performance

A ferociously funny, topical look at the rocky relations between our press and politicians in a world of spin doctors and Leveson Inquiries.

Theatre | Arts • Performance

This autumn GSA are thrilled to be presenting the Premiere of the first UK performances of Neil LaBute's ANTIGONE, freely adapted from Jean Anouilh.   Directed by Erica Gould, the production will be performed by final year students, with a text that is evolving through the rehea

Music Theatre | Arts • Performance

Jimmy Winter, a wealthy playboy with a low-wattage brain, living the good life in the midst of Prohibition, has an unfortunate habit of marrying chorus girls, until he’s forced to marry Eileen Evergreen – a woman of substance.

Theatre | Arts • Performance

By Dennis Kelly

Music Theatre | Arts • Performance

Jimmy Winter, a wealthy playboy with a low-wattage brain, living the good life in the midst of Prohibition, has an unfortunate habit of marrying chorus girls, until he’s forced to marry Eileen Evergreen – a woman of substance.

Music Theatre | Arts • Performance

Jimmy Winter, a wealthy playboy with a low-wattage brain, living the good life in the midst of Prohibition, has an unfortunate habit of marrying chorus girls, until he’s forced to marry Eileen Evergreen – a woman of substance.

Theatre | Arts • Performance

This much-acclaimed dramatization of George Orwell’s classic, allegorical novel was first seen at the National Theatre in1984.As a schoolboy reads Orwell’s enduring parable on the perils of totalitarianism, the farmyard comes to life around him, enacting the animals’ rebellion.

Music | Performance

Saturday 25 November, 7.30pm, United Reformed Church

Russell Keable conductor

Programme to include:

Finzi
Robert Bridges songs

Bach
Komm, Jesu, komm BWV 229

New carols composed by students.

Theatre | Arts • Performance

This autumn GSA are thrilled to be presenting the Premiere of the first UK performances of Neil LaBute's ANTIGONE, freely adapted from Jean Anouilh.   Directed by Erica Gould, the production will be performed by final year students, with a text that is evolving through the rehea

Theatre | Arts • Performance

A ferociously funny, topical look at the rocky relations between our press and politicians in a world of spin doctors and Leveson Inquiries.

Music | Seminar

RESEARCH SEMINAR: Dr Bill Thompson

Theatre | Arts • Performance

This much-acclaimed dramatization of George Orwell’s classic, allegorical novel was first seen at the National Theatre in1984.As a schoolboy reads Orwell’s enduring parable on the perils of totalitarianism, the farmyard comes to life around him, enacting the animals’ rebellion.

Theatre | Arts • Performance

This autumn GSA are thrilled to be presenting the Premiere of the first UK performances of Neil LaBute's ANTIGONE, freely adapted from Jean Anouilh.   Directed by Erica Gould, the production will be performed by final year students, with a text that is evolving through the rehea

Theatre | Arts • Performance

By Dennis Kelly

Music | Performance

This programme explores an instrumental combination capable of great power and excitement.

Music | Performance

This week's lunchtime recital features performances from Surrey music students.

Music Theatre | Arts • Performance

By Denise Deegan (1983)

It’s a perfectly ripping yarn” Daily Telegraph

Music Theatre | Arts • Performance

By Denise Deegan (1983)

It’s a perfectly ripping yarn” Daily Telegraph

Music Theatre | Arts • Performance

By Denise Deegan (1983)

It’s a perfectly ripping yarn” Daily Telegraph

Music Theatre | Arts • Performance

By Denise Deegan (1983)

It’s a perfectly ripping yarn” Daily Telegraph

Music | Performance

The University of Surrey Orchestra and Chorus join forces to perform Vaughan Willams’ first major choral piece, Toward the Unknown Region.

Dance | Arts

The University of Surrey Dance Squad, present their annual Christmas Showcase, with debut performances from Jazz, Contemporary, Hip-Hop, Ballet and Tap Competitive Teams of 2017, along with Open Class routines and a few extra seasonal surprises!

Music | Performance

This week's lunchtime recital features performances from Surrey music students. Details to be announced.

Music | Performance

University Chamber Choir (conductor Russell Keable)

University Gospel Choir

Traditional carols and readings for Christmas.

There will be a retiring collection in aid of charity.

Hosted by the Centre for Performance Philosophy and the Labanarium at GSA and the University of Surrey, this one-day event will explore the intersections of performance, philosophy and 'spirit' in the lives and works of three key figures: the dance theorist Rudolf Laban, the French philosoph

Festivals | Performance • Seminar • Workshop

Guildford International Music Festival