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September – December 2019


VISIT US

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Tickets can be booked online at farnhammaltings.com

Mon & Tue 9.30am–5pm, menu and specials served 10am–2.30pm

by calling 01252 745444

Wed – Fri 9.30am–8pm, menu and specials served 10am–7.30pm*

or in person at the box office (Mon & Tue 9am–5.20pm, Wed–Fri 9am–7pm and Sat 10am–2pm). farnham maltings Bridge Square Farnham Surrey GU9 7QR The Maltings is in the centre of Farnham, a five-minute walk from Farnham station, which offers direct trains to and from London Waterloo and Guildford. Sat nav: Red Lion Lane, GU9 7QR. We have a pay and display car park on site with four bays for Blue Badge holders. admin fee A £1 fee will be applied to all transactions online and via the box office (regardless of how many tickets are booked). maltings stores Mon–Fri 9am–5pm Sat 10am–2pm 02

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Sat 10am–5pm, menu and specials served 10.30am–2.30pm *subject to programming access We are committed to welcoming everyone to our vibrant building. We aim to do so in the following ways: · access via lifts and stairs · accessible toilets · free parking for Blue Badge Holders · relaxed performances & screenings · tickets for carers/personal assistants · welcome Registered Assistance Dogs · online visual story · Hearing Induction Loop and captioned films · dementia-friendly activities · family-friendly events · friendly and welcoming staff · Browsealoud web software Find out more: farnhammaltings.com/ access or call our box office team.


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66 join us and support us 48 Museum of Farnham 69 supporting artists 53 taking part 70 makers & artists 62 hiring space 72 diary

This symbol indicates pre-show dining options are available in the Riverside Café Bar (unless otherwise specified) with this performance. Food is served from 90 minutes and up to 30 minutes before the performance begins. More details for all the dining options can be found on the event page on farnhammaltings.com or by calling the box office.

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WELCOME

welcome One of my favourite stories about the Maltings surrounds an evening when, as often is the case, a number of events were happening in different parts of the building at the same time. These included a Mozart Ensemble, or some such, who were horrified to discover that Gimmick, Gimmick, Gimmick, who sing Abba songs, were playing in the Great Hall whilst they were in the Barley Room. One of the ensemble players spoke to the Front of House manager with complete disdain about being in the building at the same time as a ‘crummy tribute act’ to which the front of house manager replied – and they will stand in my affection for ever for this – ‘but surely, the Mozart Ensemble are also a tribute act, only your composer has been dead for longer’. As it happens both events took place for different audiences without incident, but I hold dear the thought that we should be careful about the assumptions and prejudices we make in deciding who these buildings are for and how people celebrate and describe who they are. I hope we behave less like missionaries taking people on the road to enlightenment and more as a space for everyone to enter on their own terms, comfortably. And that people tell us, if we aren’t doing that. Gavin Stride Director

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outdoor cinema: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Sun 01 September 8pm · from £10

FILM

Experience our new outdoor cinema with the whole family. Don’t miss the chance to see Spielberg’s sci-fi epic back on the big screen. Sit back and relax in a deckchair in our atmospheric courtyard. Cert. U, 114 mins.

Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz Tue 03 September 1pm–2pm · £8 (pay on the door)

SEPTEMBER

autumn programme

MUSIC

Enjoy Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz in an informal cabaret style setting with The Esmond Clements Trio and occasional guests, playing the great English and American song books, jazz standards and the wonderful bossa novas of Brazil. Cool, intimate, classic jazz www.pianobarjazz.com Not Just Jazz Show

MUSIC

Wed 04 September 7.30pm · £10 adv., £11 door; pre-show dining & ticket £19 The popular, long-running evening of easy listening music and comedy entertainment in the friendly atmosphere of the Cellar Bar. Featuring the legendary Otis B Driftwood Showband or occasional visiting bands, plus a special guest star each month – jazz, swing and much more. www.the-hedgehogs.org.uk maltings monthly market

Sat 07 September 9am–4pm · £1; members, Instagram followers and under 15s free On the first Saturday of the every month you can find everything from artisan bread to local designers, chic vintage to classic vinyl. The maltings monthly market offers over 200 stalls in a buzzing atmosphere. box office: 01252 745444

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SEPTEMBER

Surrey Symphonic Wind Band in Concert Sun 08 September 3pm · £15 (£12.50 conc.)

MUSIC

Symphonic Wind Band music performed by the Surrey Symphonic Wind Band conducted by Roger Swift. The programme will feature music from Shostakovich, John Williams, Percy Grainger and more with a special guest appearance by trombonist Gordon Campbell. The concert will be in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society. Margaret Atwood: Live in Cinemas Tue 10 September 7.30pm · £15

SCREENING

The Testaments, Margaret Atwood’s highly anticipated sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale, will be revealed at this exclusive live cinema broadcast. Fane Productions present an evening with the Canadian novelist, poet, literary critic and inventor. Cert. 12A, 110 mins.

film maltings: Pavarotti

FILM

Wed 11 September 11am [subtitles], 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film curry +£9 Documentary from Academy Award winning director Ron Howard celebrating the life of the beloved opera star Luciano Pavarotti, who sold over 100 million records in his lifetime. Through unique access to the family archives, see Pavarotti’s personal story emerge: from his humble beginnings through to global superstardom. Cert. 12A, 114 mins. Stand-Up Comedy Club

COMEDY

Wed 11 September 8.30pm · £8 (£9 on door); curry & comedy £17 (served 7.30pm–8.30pm)

Farnham Maltings and Off the Kerb Productions present their popular Stand-Up Comedy Club, your chance to catch up-and-coming comedy talent in a club environment. Line-up to be announced and may be subject to change. Age guidance 16+. 06

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The Arts and Health Programme is all about providing opportunities to use creativity, arts and crafts to support well-being for everyone throughout our local communities. Try any activity with your first session for free! Carer/personal assistant goes free. Singing for the Mind

ARTS & HEALTH

Mondays (excl. 30 Dec) 1.30pm (refreshments), singing hour 2pm–3pm · £5 per session

ARTS & HEALTH

Arts & Health

A lively musical hour especially for people living with dementia and their carers. A chance to share memories and a love of songs in a welcoming environment. Supported by Right at Home UK. Creative Writing for Wellness

ARTS & HEALTH

Mondays 09 September – 18 November (fortnightly) 7pm–9pm · £36 for 6 sessions

Join award-winning local novelist and therapist Joanna Barnard to explore how writing creatively can benefit your mental and emotional well-being. Suitable for adults of all ages and experience. Men in Sheds Tuesdays 9.30am–5.30pm · free (drop-in sessions at space2grow)

ARTS & HEALTH

A chance for anyone who enjoys making and repairing in the outdoors to get involved with small community projects. For more info see our website or email erin.beesley@farnhammaltings.com. Nimble Fingers Tuesdays 10.30am–12.30pm · free

ARTS & HEALTH

A friendly, free knitting and crochet drop-in for beginners and experienced hands alike. Bring your own project or we’ll provide something; you’ll make new friends and find fresh, woolly inspiration. Meet Me at the Maltings

Thursdays (excl. 28 Nov) 10.30am–12.30pm £5 (or any 4 sessions for £16)

ARTS & HEALTH

A creative group open to anyone looking for friendly company. Meeting in the foyer every Thursday morning, we focus on a different art or craft activity lead by our experienced artists. box office: 01252 745444

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Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club

COMEDY

Thu 12 September 11.30am · £12 (£13 on door); bar open, baby snacks available The UK’s premier baby friendly comedy club! Featuring the funniest comedy stars from the circuit and TV. These events are all about you, the parents! Please note: the brilliant comics will be performing their usual adult material, which is why we have a 15 month upper age limit for our little laughers. NT Live: Fleabag Thu 12 September 7.30pm · £15; pre-show dining & ticket £24

SCREENING

See the hilarious, award-winning, one-woman show that inspired the BBC’s hit TV series, broadcast live from London’s West End. Written and performed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag, Killing Eve) and directed by Vicky Jones, Fleabag is a rip-roaring look at some sort of woman living her sort of life. Playing to sold-out audiences in New York and London, don’t miss your chance to see this ‘legitimately hilarious show’ (New Yorker). Farnham Gin Festival

FESTIVAL

Fri 13 & Sat 14 September 7pm–11pm · £12 (incl. souvenir glass) food available An evening not to be missed for gin enthusiasts: access to local and rare gins, a chance to speak to the distillers, expert talks, masterclasses, photobooth and live music. Learn new and unique gin cocktail recipes and try your hand at creating your ideal gin cocktail. For ages 18+. Megson Family Folk Show

MUSIC

Sun 15 September 2pm · £8; group bookings and family tickets available

Organic, authentic and fun folk concerts for big and little music connoisseurs. Awardwinning folk duo Megson blend their infectious mix of heavenly vocals and lush harmonies into a gentle, entertaining concert specially for younger children, featuring children’s folk songs old and new from their When I Was a Lad album. Age guidance 0-7. 08

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Sun 15 September 3pm · £12

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During WWII, people in Britain and Germany managed to film war as it came to their communities as well as on the frontline and during the Blitz. Coinciding with the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of war, television producer David Parker will show clips from these previously forgotten films to reveal war as it was seen through the film cameras of ordinary people caught up in the most extraordinary times. film maltings 1969: Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice Mon 16 September 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £4 members)

SEPTEMBER

The Lost Films of World War Two

FILM

Continuing our series of classic films from 1969, as part of our 50th anniversary celebrations. Upon arriving home from a free-thinking group retreat, upwardly mobile couple, Bob & Carol, propose swapping partners with best friends, Ted & Alice. They agree, but are these old-fashioned couples ready for the sexual revolution? Cert. 15, 101 mins. film maltings: The Current War

FILM

Wed 18 September 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9 The epic story of the cut-throat battle between the greatest inventors of the industrial age Thomas Edison (Benedict Cumberbatch) and George Westinghouse (Michael Shannon) to determine whose electrical system would power the new century. Awaiting certification. Ukulele Workshops

Thu 19 September Beginners: 10am–11.30am · £120 for 11 sessions; Improvers: 11.30am–1pm · £12 (pay on the day)

MUSIC

From absolute beginners to playing your favourite songs in a matter of weeks. Learn in a friendly environment, make new friends and have fun. You don’t need any prior musical knowledge to play. You will need your own ukulele. Free taster session 12 September 10am–1pm. box office: 01252 745444

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SEPTEMBER

Alan Johnson: In My Life Thu 19 September 8pm · £18; pre-show dining & ticket £27

AUDIENCE WITH

Inspired by his latest book, In My Life, this highly entertaining show tells Alan’s personal story with the help of some of the music that has soundtracked his life, from growing up as an orphan in a West London slum, to becoming a postman, before rising through the Labour party ranks to Home Secretary. Heritage Open Day Event Thu 19 September 10.30am–12pm · free

Mid-19th century Rowledge had a bad reputation. It was then a small hamlet near the ‘Rowditch’ or ‘Roughditch’, and the new vicar of Wrecclesham Rev. Richard Julius decided a new parish was needed to tame local bad behaviour. Roy Waight’s talk will bring it all to light! Part of Farnham’s Heritage Open Day celebrations. Heritage Open Day Event Fri 20 September 10am–11am · free

An illustrated talk given by Peter Bridgeman featuring 50 or so famous people with links to Farnham over 900 years, ranging from a 12th century bishop to present day sports personalities. Part of Farnham’s Heritage Open Day celebrations.

Heritage Open Day Event Fri 20 September 11.30am–12.30pm · free

Castle Street is famous for its wide panorama lined with beautiful buildings, leading up to the castle. Architect Michael Blower will take you on an illustrated tour, describing and analysing the different styles of architecture in this beautiful setting. Part of Farnham’s Heritage Open Day celebrations.

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COMEDY

Fri 20 September 8pm · £14 (£12 conc.); pre-show dining & ticket £23 (£21)

We live in a divided world, and we want to cross that divide. Multi-award nominated musical-activist-comedians, Jonny and The Baptists, are sick of being political and divisive. This show is about how everything is definitely fine. Let’s just get along! ****‘Wickedly funny’ – The Times. Farnham Design Day 2019 Sat 21 September 10am–3pm · free

SEPTEMBER

Jonny and The Baptists

Are you considering building work on your home? Would you like to talk through some ideas with an architect? We have lined up a variety of local architects and design specialists who will be there to talk through your ideas for your home and show you examples of their completed building projects. Enamelling Jewellery with Stencils Sat 21 September 10am–4pm · £85

WORKSHOP

Learn how to add colour to metal using vitreous enamel. In this one-day workshop, you will use stencils to design colourful pendants or earrings, buttons or brooches. Work creatively with metal and learn piercing, filing, drilling, polishing and enamelling. Ideal for beginners or for those wanting to extend their skills. For ages 18+. Introduction to Stained Glass Sat 21 September 10.30am–4.30pm · £125

WORKSHOP

Design and make your own stained glass panel using techniques that haven’t changed since medieval times. Learn to score and cut, assemble and lead up, solder, cement, clean and polish. Take home a unique panel of your own design. For ages 18+.

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Jumbo Arm Knit Blanket Sat 21 September 10.30am–1pm & 1.30pm–4pm · £65

WORKSHOP

Paula from cocoon&me will teach you the simple art of arm knitting. This satisfying technique means that your work grows quickly and you will walk away with an amazing blanket (approx. size 95cm x 145cm). All chunky, vegan friendly yarn provided in an assortment of colours. For ages 10+. Why Mummy Doesn’t Give A **** – An Evening with Gill Sims

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Sat 21 September 7.30pm · £15; pre-show dining & ticket £24 Author of online sensation Peter and Jane, Gill Sims is the best-selling author of Why Mummy Drinks, Why Mummy Swears and Why Mummy Doesn’t Give A ****. Join Gill as she is interviewed about her blog, books, character and much more. Prestige Wedding Fair Sun 22 September 11am–3.30pm · free (refreshments available)

The Prestige Wedding Fair brings together a collection of over 50 local wedding services offering everything from bridal gowns and jewellery, to vintage cars and wedding venues. Browse and shop in a relaxed environment and enjoy this event which promises to be an essential part of your wedding planning. photo: lauramitchellphoto.com Still No Idea presented by house theatre

THEATRE

Tue 24 September 7.30pm · £12 (£10 conc., £9 members); group bookings available Following a successful run at The Royal Court, Still No Idea is Lisa and Rachael’s quest: a mischievous look at two friends searching for drama, action, and a story to tell. Partverbatim theatre, part-confession, part-comedy sketch show with a bit of singing and dancing thrown in. Turns out getting the public to write your story is quite an adventure. Post-show Q&A. Age guidance 14+. 12

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FILM

Wed 25 & Thu 26 September multiple screenings including relaxed and parent and baby · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9 Set in 1987, during the austere days of Thatcher’s Britain, this is a joyous, coming-of-age story about a teenager who learns to live life, understand his family and find his own voice through the words and music of Bruce Springsteen. Inspired by British journalist Sarfraz Manzoor’s memoir Greetings From Bury Park. Cert. 12A, 117 mins. Wordsmith Workshops: Introduction to Creative Writing Thu 26 September– Thu 07 November (no workshop 24 October) 10am–11.30am · £90 for 6 week course

SEPTEMBER

film maltings: Blinded By The Light

WORKSHOP

If you only write a journal or would like to develop your creative writing skills further, these interactive and friendly workshops will build confidence and a solid foundation in the art of the creative writing process. For more info wordsmith.cs@gmail.com NT Live: One Man, Two Guvnors (Encore) Thu 26 September 7pm · £15; pre-show dining & ticket £24

SCREENING

Featuring a Tony Award-winning performance from host of The Late Late Show, James Corden, the hilarious West End and Broadway hit returns to cinemas to mark NT Live’s 10th birthday. The permanently ravenous Francis Henshall finds himself in the middle of a criminal cover-up. The job – he must keep his two guvnors apart. Cert. 12A, 210 mins. Chris Helme Fri 27 September 8pm · £12; pre-show dining & ticket £21

MUSIC

Chris rose to prominence as the front man of John Squire’s post-Stone Roses band The Seahorses sharing the stage with The Rolling Stones, U2 and Oasis in numerous support slots. Now a solo artist he is rightfully remembered for 90s Britpop classics Love Is The Law and Blinded By The Sun. box office: 01252 745444

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Japanese Calligraphy Sat 28 September 10am–1pm · £47

WORKSHOP

Learn techniques on how to use the Fude (brush) with Sumi (ink) on Washi (paper) to make the strokes and marks that are used to write Kana and Kanji (Japanese characters). You will learn how to build up these marks to create a finished piece of work. For ages 10+. Mosaic Bird Bath Sat 28 & Sun 29 September 10am–4pm · £185 for 2 day course

WORKSHOP

Join award-winning artist Denise Jaques of Mosaic Happy to create a beautiful mosaic bird bath. Day 1: design, cut, shape and application of tesserae in 2D and 3D. Day 2: Complete 3D application and grout. You may choose to spend both days applying the tesserae and have the bird bath grouted for you. For ages 18+. Colour in Watercolour Sat 28 September £85 · 10am–4pm

WORKSHOP

The workshop will inspire and improve your colour mixing. The day will include useful colour mixing exercises and producing finished paintings. Contact Julie when you have booked your place to receive your essential materials list: collins.julie@icloud.com www.juliecollins.co.uk For ages 18+. Vintage Fashion Fair Sat 28 September 10am– 4pm · £2 (under 16s free)

Spend a leisurely Saturday browsing and buying from the many stalls of beautiful vintage clothing, shoes, handbags, hats, jewellery and textiles. All authentically vintage and dating from 1900s to 1980s. The fair offers wearable vintage at affordable prices and a selection of designer labels. Something to suit all tastes and budgets.

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Sat 28 September 2pm · £8; group bookings and family tickets available

COMEDY

Like the name says it’s a Comedy Club 4 Kids! Cracking entertainment for everyone over six years old and under 400 years old (no vampires). We have the best comedians from the UK and world circuit doing what they do best… but without the rude bits! Age guidance 6+ and their families. Aldershot Militaria Annual Fair

Sun 29 September 10.15am–3pm · £3 pay on the door (under 16s free)

SEPTEMBER · OCTOBER

Comedy Club 4 Kids

Explore and browse over twenty exhibition tables of medals, uniforms and more from our military history. Pose your questions to the team from the National Archives and the Surrey History Centre, who will be there to help you with your family’s military research.

Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz Tue 01 October 1pm–2pm · £8 (pay on the door)

MUSIC

Enjoy Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz in an informal cabaret style setting with The Esmond Clements Trio and occasional guests, playing the great English and American song books, jazz standards and the wonderful bossa novas of Brazil. Cool, intimate, classic jazz www.pianobarjazz.com film maltings: Animals

FILM

Wed 02 October 11am, 3pm & 8pm [subtitles]· £7 (£6 conc., £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9

Laura and Tyler are two girls who like to party – drink, drugs and general debauchery infuse their days while their careers and lives remain on hold. As they drift into their thirties, reality begins to bite, but Laura and Tyler will not be tamed so easily. Based on the novel by Emma Jane Unsworth. Cert. 15, 109 mins. box office: 01252 745444

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Not Just Jazz

MUSIC

Wed 02 October 7.30pm · £10 adv. £11 door; pre-show dining & ticket £19

The popular, long-running evening of easy listening music and comedy entertainment in the friendly atmosphere of the Cellar Bar. Featuring the legendary Otis B Driftwood Showband or occasional visiting bands, plus a special guest star each month – jazz, swing and much more. www.the-hedgehogs.org.uk Mountain Music by Little Bulb & Farnham Maltings

THEATRE

Thu 03 October 7.30pm · £12 ( £10 conc. £9 members); pre-show dining & ticket £21 (£19, £18); group bookings available Join award-winning Little Bulb Theatre as they weave a tapestry both historical and fantastical, in an unforgettable evening of story and song. Told with sumptuous three-part harmonies and a foot stomping five-piece string band, we invite you on a journey of musical migration to the birth of what we now call ‘country music’. Age guidance 11+.

Sh*t-faced Shakespeare®: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Thu 03 October 8pm · £20; pre-show dining & ticket £29

COMEDY

The internationally acclaimed, multi-sell-out fringe phenomenon is the hilarious combination of an entirely serious adaptation of a Shakespearean classic, with an entirely sh*t-faced cast member. What could possibly go wrong? ‘It’s what Willy would have wanted’ **** Time Out. Age guidance 16+. POP! by Tiny Light Theatre Fri 04 October 10.30am, 11.30am & 2pm · £8

THEATRE

POP! is a gentle, interactive first adventure into theatre. Come and join Flo and her daughter Ebb as they take you on a bubbly bath time adventure full of magic, mischief and music. The show features puppets, magic and an original soundtrack. Limited capacity. Age guidance 0–3 and their families. 16

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Fri 04 October 8pm · £10, students £5 A peaceful rally to hear Henry Hunt advocate democratic reform in 1819 was attacked by cavalry in an event known as the Peterloo Massacre. John Belchem, Emeritus Professor of History at Liverpool University, the biographer of Hunt and an adviser for Mike Leigh’s film commemorating the 200th anniversary of Peterloo, will put the event in context.

OCTOBER

William Cobbett Society Memorial Talk: The Peterloo Massacre, Orator Hunt and Democratic Reform

maltings monthly market

Sat 05 October 9am–4pm · £1; members, Instagram followers and under 15s free On the first Saturday of the every month you can find everything from artisan bread to local designers, chic vintage to classic vinyl. The maltings monthly market offers over 200 stalls in a buzzing atmosphere.

Cards for Good Causes

Tue 08 October to Fri 20 December Monday to Saturday 10am–4.30pm Multi-charity Christmas cards on sale in the portakabin, Maltings car park. Over 30 different national and local charities, plus small gifts, advent calendars, candles and gift wrappings. Get ahead and shop early for the best selection. Buying Charity Christmas Cards is a simple way to support good causes at Christmas. The Royal Opera House Live: Don Giovanni Tue 08 October 6.45pm · £15

SCREENING

Sexual intrigue, jealousy, wit, anger… and retribution! The new Royal Opera Season begins with Mozart’s engaging masterpiece, which follows Don Giovanni, the women he serially seduces, and the vengeance that finally catches up with him. A cast of international singers under conductor Hartmut Haenchen perform the glorious arias and ensembles of this opera favourite. 210 mins approx. box office: 01252 745444

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OCTOBER

film maltings: The Souvenir

FILM

Stand-Up Comedy Club

COMEDY

Wed 09 October 11am, 3pm [subtitles] & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £4 members); homemade pre-film curry +£9 A shy but ambitious film student begins to find her voice as an artist while navigating a turbulent courtship with a charismatic but untrustworthy man. She defies her protective mother (Tilda Swinton) as she slips deeper into an emotionally fraught relationship that comes close to destroying her dreams. Cert. 15, 120 mins.

Wed 09 October 8.30pm · £8 (£9 on door); curry & comedy £17 (served 7.30pm–8.30pm)

Farnham Maltings and Off the Kerb Productions present their popular Stand-Up Comedy Club, your chance to catch up-and-coming comedy talent in a club environment. Line-up to be announced and may be subject to change. Age advisory 16+. Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club

COMEDY

Thu 10 October 11.30am · £12, (£13 on the door); bar open, baby snacks available The UK’s premier baby friendly comedy club! Featuring the funniest comedy stars from the circuit and TV. These events are all about you, the parents! Please note: the brilliant comics will be performing their usual adult material, which is why there is a 15 month upper age limit for our little laughers. Square Go a Francesca Moody production in association with SEARED, presented by house theatre

THEATRE

Thu 10 October 7.30pm · £12 (£10 conc., £9 members); pre-show dining & ticket £21; group bookings available Square Go is about playground violence, myths of masculinity and the challenge to step up or run. A Fringe First Award-winning show from Kieran Hurley and Gary McNair, featuring an original soundtrack by members of Frightened Rabbit. Age guidance 12+. 18

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Fri 11 October 8pm · £24; pre-show dining & ticket £33

MUSIC

Ruby Turner is back by popular demand after a sell-out show last year. Her long-standing friendship and collaboration with Jools Holland has seen her front his R&B orchestra and perform on Later… with Jools Holland. Her show will feature her celebrated band performing original material. Kadampa Meditation Centre: Learn to Meditate Sat 12 October 10am– 12.30pm · £20

OCTOBER

Ruby Turner

WORKSHOP

Discover the benefits of meditation. Learn simple methods to still mental busyness and find clarity that gives inner peace. Train in mindfulness according to authentic sources and use mindfulness to its greatest effect. Understand the various distractions that arise in meditation and learn methods to overcome them. Workshop consists of two one-hour sessions. Weave a Frame Tapestry Sat 12 October 10am–1pm · £48

WORKSHOP

Create your own tapestry with a frame loom, using natural dyed yarns in your favourite colours. Learn how to set up a warp on the frame, the process of weaving and some techniques, patterns and fringes. Nao is a Japanese weaver, dyer and textile designer with over 20 years experience. For ages 11+. Make a Silver Chain Bracelet Sat 12 October 10am–4pm · £95 incl. silver

WORKSHOP

Learn how to make a beautiful silver bracelet. In this one-day workshop, you will work creatively with sterling silver wire to design a silver bracelet and clasp. Learn soldering, piercing, filing, drilling and polishing. Ideal for beginners or for those wishing to extend their skills to include working with wire. For ages 18+. box office: 01252 745444

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OCTOBER

Making New Fabric from Old Sat 12 October 10am–4pm · £80

WORKSHOP

Join award-winning fashion designer and creative textile artist Terry Fox on a journey into creating your own unique textiles. Techniques include layering, stitching, cutting, slashing vintage and modern fabrics together. All fabrics will be provided. For confident sewers 18+. Hal Cruttenden: Chubster Sat 12 October 8pm · £18; pre-show dining & ticket £27

COMEDY

Hal’s literally filled our screens recently on Have I Got News For You, The Apprentice: You’re Fired, Bake Off: Extra Slice, and Live at the Apollo. His daughters chose the title of his new stand-up show. He’s now on a diet. **** ‘The funniest he’s ever been’ – The Times. For ages 14+. Morgan & West: Unbelievable Science

Sun 13 October 2pm · £8; group bookings and family tickets available Morgan & West present captivating chemistry, phenomenal physics, and bonkers biology in this fun for all the family science extravaganza. Expect explosive thrills, chemical spills and a risk assessment that gives their stage manager chills. Leave your lab coats at the door – it’s time for Unbelievable Science. Age guidance 6+ and their families. Musical Memories – a Dementia Friendly Concert Sun 13 October 2pm–4pm · £15 incl. refreshments; carers go free

MUSIC

Right at Home GF welcomes you to a relaxed and sociable event where close harmony singers In Accord treat us to songs past and present with a chance to reminisce among family and friends. Musical Memories is a dementia friendly event; accompanying carers are invited to attend free of charge.

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Tue 15 October 7pm · £15; under 18s £10

SCREENING

Two of opera’s most thrilling dramatic sopranos, Christine Goerke and Nina Stemme, reprise their fierce portrayals of the title princess. Yannick Nézet-Séguin takes the podium to conduct Franco Zeffirelli’s dazzling production of Puccini’s final masterpiece. Sung in Italian, with English subtitles. Out There with Klara Smith and David Le Page – a night of experimental music and craft

OCTOBER

Met Opera: Turandot

MUSIC

Tue 15 October 7.30pm– 8.30pm · £7 A collaboration in which floating images of Klara Smith’s papercutting work accompany original music played by the composer and violinist David Le Page. David’s musical imagination combines virtuosity with whimsy, in an experimental concert responding to Klara’s Riverside Café gallery exhibition. A special performance for Farnham Craft Month. film maltings: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

FILM

Wed 16 & Thu 17 October multiple screenings incl. relaxed and parent & baby · £7 (£6 conc., £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9 In 1969 Los Angeles everything is changing, as TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) make their way around an industry they hardly recognise anymore. The ninth film from Quentin Tarantino features a large ensemble cast in a tribute to the final moments of Hollywood’s golden age. Awaiting certification. NT Live: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Thu 17 October 7pm · £15; pre-show dining & ticket £24

SCREENING

A fairy king and queen meddle with mortal lives leading to love triangles, mistaken identities and transformations… with hilarious, but dark consequences. Shakespeare’s most famous romantic comedy will be captured live from the Bridge Theatre in London, directed by Nicholas Hytner and starring Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones). box office: 01252 745444

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Mark Watson: The Infinite Show Fri 18 October 8pm £19; pre-show dining & ticket £28

COMEDY

Inspired by the alarming state of the world his children are growing up in, and an urgent desire to do something about it, this show is about empathy. As scrawny and impassioned as ever, one of the UK’s most beloved and thinnest acts offers some suggestions, with his usual notoriously high joke-and-rant-per-minute rate. Age guidance 14+. Make a Willow Zarzo Basket

WORKSHOP

Sat 19 October 10am–3.30pm · £60 inc tea and coffee; students and under 18s £48 This is a fun and easy modern basket based on the Catalan method. There are lots of different options so plenty of room for creativity. They can have handles or not as you wish and, unlike the English method, making square and rectangular bases is straightforward. With Farnham-based basket maker, Judith Needham. For ages 14+. Felted Nuno Scarf Sat 19 October 10am–4pm · £65

WORKSHOP

Join International tutor Sarah Waters to learn about ‘nuno’ felting (Japanese for fabric). Design and produce your own silk and merino scarf, using the wet felting method. Choose from a wonderful array of colourful merino fibres and a variety of silk fabrics. Suitable for all abilities. For more info www.sarahwaterstextiles.com For ages 16+. Winter Trees in Watercolour & Ink Sat 19 October 10am–4pm · £85

WORKSHOP

The workshop will cover various techniques of how to combine ink with watercolour and producing finished paintings of winter trees. For more info www.juliecollins.co.uk For ages 18+.

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‘Dragons come when you least expect it. You turn round… and they’re there.’ This highly visual production is a humorous and sensitive exploration of the dragons we all face. Featuring creative captioning, BSL and audio description, it’s for the whole family. And remember… ‘No dragon is more powerful than YOU!’ Based on the book by Kathryn Cave. Age guidance 3–10 and their families. Classical Recital: Trinity Laban Guitar Department Sat 19 October 1pm · £5

OCTOBER

You’ve Got Dragons by Taking Flight Theatre Company THEATRE presented by house theatre Sat 19 October 11am & 2pm · £8; group bookings and family tickets available

MUSIC

Farnham Maltings, in association with Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, presents another popular series of lunchtime recitals from young performers at the beginning of their professional careers. Featuring soloists and chamber musicians from Trinity Laban’s Guitar Department. film maltings 1969: True Grit Mon 21 October 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members)

FILM

John Wayne won an Academy Award for his larger-than-life performance as the drunken, uncouth and totally fearless one-eyed US Marshall, Rooster Cogburn. The cantankerous Rooster is hired by a headstrong young girl (Kim Darby) to find the man who murdered her father and fled with the family savings. Cert. PG, 123 mins. film maltings: Mrs Lowry & Son

FILM

Wed 23 October 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9 Beloved British artist L.S. Lowry (Timothy Spall) lived all his life with his overbearing mother Elizabeth (Vanessa Redgrave). Bedridden and bitter, Elizabeth actively tried to dissuade her bachelor son from pursuing his artistic ambitions, whilst never failing to voice her opinion at what a disappointment he was to her. Awaiting certification. box office: 01252 745444

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FESTIVAL OF CRAFTS

Free Participation Printing Class Sat 26 & Sun 27 October 10am–5pm · free

WORKSHOP

Explore the technique of heat transfer, using papers prepared with specialist paints. Make a sample onto fabric with printmaker Helen Locke inspired by her residency at Ochre Print Studio in Guildford.

Modern Calligraphy

WORKSHOP

Sat 26 & Sun 27 October 10.30am–1pm · £45 includes day entry to festival of crafts Learn the basics of modern calligraphy in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. On arrival you will be given your calligraphy kit to use during the session. You will learn the basic strokes, practise writing the alphabet, learn how to join up the letters to make full words and learn how to flourish. Introduction to Needle Felting

WORKSHOP

Sat 26 & Sun 27 October 10.30am–1pm · £45 includes day entry to festival of crafts Be guided step by step through the basic techniques of needle felting as well as learning lots of tips. By the end of the session you will take away your own creation. This workshop is suitable for both beginners and those with some experience of needle felting.

Paper Marbling and the Art of Suminagashi

WORKSHOP

Sat 26 & Sun 27 October Sat 2pm–4.30pm & Sun 10am–12.30pm · £35 includes day entry to festival of crafts In this half-day workshop you will be able to delve into the art of Suminagashi – an ancient Japanese printing technique of paper marbling. This workshop will give you the opportunity to create your own paper marbling stationery of greeting cards and papers. Suitable for beginners. 24

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Sat 26 & Sun 27 October 10am–5pm · £3 on the door (under 15s free) Buy beautiful handmade crafts direct from the makers. Over 90 of the UK’s leading craftspeople will be selling jewellery, ceramics, textiles, glass, leatherwork, homewares and more. Enjoy a day browsing and buying in our relaxed marketplace. For exhibitor listings, workshops and the full programme of events visit craft.farnhammaltings.com See opposite for workshop listings

FESTIVAL OF CRAFTS

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Part of Farnham Craft Month

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OCTOBER

Macbeth by Proteus

THEATRE

Thu 24 October 7.30pm · £12 (£10 conc., £9 members); group bookings available On the trading floor, success is all and ruthless ambition is rewarded. The only problem is, how do you control it before it consumes you? Award-winning theatre company Proteus presents a re-imagining of Shakespeare’s Macbeth as a corporate thriller set against the backdrop of the ‘greed is good’ culture of 1980s Britain. Age guidance 12+. Make a Fabric Pumpkin

HALF TERM

Mon 28 & Thu 31 October 10am–12pm · £20 per session

WORKSHOP

Join designer and children’s author Lisa Stickley for a super fun pumpkin making workshop. Learn how to make your own fabric pumpkin, where we will explore simple dye techniques and use stitch, stuffing, binding, felt rolling and sticking to complete our final piece. All materials provided, just bring your making hands! For ages 7+. Make a Creepy Crawly Cardboard Spider

HALF TERM

Mon 28 & Thu 31 October 2pm–4pm · £20 per session

WORKSHOP

Join designer and children’s author Lisa Stickley for a creepy crawly cardboard spidermaking workshop. Learn how to make your own climbing spider with cut, coloured and crafted cardboard. Fasten his bendy legs on then attach him to the wall and make him crawl! All materials provided, just bring your making hands! For ages 7+. Halloween Cupcake Decorating and Spooky Scratch Art

HALF TERM

WORKSHOP

Tue 29 October 10.30am–12pm · £13 Come and have fun decorating Halloween cupcakes, making spiders, ghosts and skeletons, and other scary cakes as well as making a spooky Scratch Art haunted house! All cakes, cake boxes and materials supplied. For ages 5–12.

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HALF TERM

THEATRE

Tue 29 October 11.30am & 2.30pm · £8; group bookings and family tickets available Stella is a Star Engineer. From her home on the moon she keeps the stars shining bright for when we need them most, to make a wish or find our way back home. But down on earth the world is becoming brighter, busier and people are no longer looking up. The stars are burning out and it’s up to Stella to save them. Using projection, clowning and aerial circus, we want to talk about our night sky. Age guidance 3+. film maltings: Halloween Triple Bill

HALF TERM

OCTOBER

Stella by Filskit Theatre

FILM

Wed 30 October 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9 A mixed bill of spectacularly spooky films for all ages to enjoy. We begin with Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie at 11am, continue with the 1990s classic Edward Scissorhands at 3pm and conclude with the brand new release of IT Chapter Two at 8pm. Shibori Indigo Dye for Children

HALF TERM

Wed 30 October 10am–11.30am and 11.30am–1pm · £15

WORKSHOP

This is a fun, easy workshop for children, where they will learn several different folding cloth techniques, before creating a surprise finish using indigo dye. Taught by our resident Japanese weaver and dyer Nao, who has over 20 years’ experience. For ages 7+ (under 10s must be accompanied by an adult). Nick Sharratt’s Right Royal Drawalong

HALF TERM

Thu 31 October 2pm · £10; group bookings and family tickets available Join acclaimed children’s writer and illustrator Nick Sharratt for a family-friendly, fun-filled draw-along, sketching fantastic creatures like dragons and unicorns, and characters like Tracy Beaker and Timothy Pope. To celebrate his latest book, Nice Work for the Cat and the King, everything will have a special ‘royal’ twist! Age guidance 4+ . This performance will be followed by a meet-and-greet and book signing in the foyer. box office: 01252 745444

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NOVEMBER

Met Opera: Manon

Fri 01 November 10am · £15; under 18s £10

SCREENING

Exhilarating soprano Lisette Oropesa stars as the irresistible title character in Laurent Pelly’s revealing production. Tenor Michael Fabiano is the besotted Chevalier des Grieux, whose desperate love for Manon proves their undoing. Maurizio Benini conducts Massenet’s sensual score. Sung in French, with English subtitles. Humble Pi : Matt Parker’s Comedy of Maths Errors

HALF TERM

COMEDY

Fri 01 November 8pm · £14 (£12 conc.); pre-show dining & ticket £23 (£21)

Humble Pi explores the greatest mathematical near-misses and mishaps involving planes, bridges, the internet, big data and more. Stand-up comedian, mathematician and YouTube viral sensation Matt Parker shows us the bizarre ways maths trips us all up. Being wrong has never felt so right. Age guidance 12+. maltings monthly market

Sat 02 November 9am–4pm · £1; members, Instagram followers and under 15s free On the first Saturday of the every month you can find everything from artisan bread to local designers, chic vintage to classic vinyl. The maltings monthly market offers over 200 stalls in a buzzing atmosphere.

Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz Tue 05 November 1pm–2pm · £8 (pay on the door)

MUSIC

Enjoy Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz in an informal cabaret style setting with The Esmond Clements Trio and occasional guests, playing the great English and American song books, jazz standards and the wonderful bossa novas of Brazil. Cool, intimate, classic jazz. pianobarjazz.com 28

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Relaxed programme For audiences who would benefit from a more relaxed environment, including (but not limited to) those with autism spectrum disorder, people with learning disabilities and people with symptoms of dementia. What to expect: · Low lights are left on and the music or soundtrack volume is reduced · Individuals are welcome to make noise, move around and leave the space · The doors to the auditorium will open earlier than usual · Food and drink are welcome in the space · A friendly atmosphere staffed by people who are aware of audience members with additional needs Relaxed events are indicated by this symbol

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NOVEMBER

film maltings: Downton Abbey

FILM

Tue 05 & Wed 06 November multiple screenings including relaxed and parent & baby · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members) homemade pre-film pizza +£9 The popular British TV series hits the big screen, revisiting the Crawley family and the people who serve them. Over its 6 seasons, the series garnered 3 Golden Globe Awards, 15 Primetime Emmy Awards and 69 Emmy nominations in total. Awaiting certification. Exhibition on Screen: Leonardo’s Full Story Tue 05 November 7.30pm · £15

SCREENING

Released around the 500th anniversary of his death, Leonardo’s works will be presented for the first time in Ultra HD quality, never seen before on the big screen. The film will also look afresh at Leonardo’s life and his ability to navigate the treacherous politics of the day through the prism of his art. 85 mins. Not Just Jazz

MUSIC

Wed 06 November 7.30pm · £10 each adv. £11 door; pre-show dining & ticket £19 The popular, long-running evening of easy listening music and comedy entertainment in the friendly atmosphere of the Cellar Bar. Featuring the legendary Otis B Driftwood Showband or occasional visiting bands, plus a special guest star each month – jazz, swing and much more. www.the-hedgehogs.org.uk Make a Willow Angel

WORKSHOP

Thu 07 November and Tues 26 November 7pm–10pm · £35 inc. mulled wine, students and under 18s £28

Make an angel (approx. 40cm tall) out of white willow and decorate it with fairy lights. A fun project which is suitable for beginners and is a good introduction to some of the techniques of basket making. With basket maker, Judith Needham. For adults and ages 14+.

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THEATRE

Thu 07 November 7.30pm · £12 (£10 conc., £9 members); group bookings available

‘Beautifully timed buffoonery... skills honed to perfection’ – The Oxford Times. A hilarious and heartwarming slapstick comedy, inspired by Charlie Chaplin’s original film, telling the story of people starting a new life in the West today. It is based on hundreds of accounts of what it is like to come to live in a strange country and trying to fit in when you stand out. The show is fully accessible for deaf audiences. Age guidance 10+. Sarah McQuaid Fri 08 November 8pm · £12; pre-show dining & ticket £21

NOVEMBER

The Immigrant by New Slapstick presented by makin projects

MUSIC

Recently honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Ards International Guitar Festival in Northern Ireland, Sarah McQuaid has drawn critical praise for her voice and her engaging rapport with audiences. With the release of her latest album, If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous, the Cornwall-based folk singer/songwriter has drawn critical raves internationally. ‘A collection to savour’ – fRoots. G2 Definitive Genesis Fri 08 November 8pm · £20, £19 (under 15s & students)

MUSIC

G2 perform classic 1970s Genesis from the ‘Seconds Out’ era and earlier Gabriel years. Ripples, Los Endos, Blood On The Rooftops, Afterglow, mixed up with classics, Firth Of Fifth, Cinema Show and Suppers Ready, this is vintage Genesis, performed by G2 to a level Genesis themselves would be proud. Shibori Indigo Dye for Adults Sat 09 November 10am–1pm · £48

WORKSHOP

Perfect for beginners, learn how to use a needle, cloth and dye to create a series of experimental samples. Explore a variety of ways to create Shibori by using wrap, stitch, fold and twisting techniques. For ages 16+. box office: 01252 745444

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NOVEMBER

Carve, Burn & Decorate Angels & Xmas Trees Sat 09 November 10am–3pm · £75

WORKSHOP

Join artist and wood sculptor Ruth Wheeler to personalise your own Christmas themed sculptural tree or angel. Using a selection of pre-cut sizes, design your own angel and use carving chisels to carve out designs, pyrography or paint different effects onto the wood and use year after year. For ages 12+. Vintage Fashion Fair Sat 09 November 10am–4pm · £2 (under 16s free)

Spend a leisurely Saturday browsing and buying from the many stalls of beautiful vintage clothing, shoes, handbags, hats, jewellery and textiles. All authentically vintage and dating from 1900s to 1980s. The fair offers wearable vintage at affordable prices and a selection of designer labels. Something to suit all tastes and budgets. Make a Willow Reindeer

WORKSHOP

Sat 09 November & Sat 14 December 10am–4.30pm · £80 incl. tea and coffee; students and under 18s £64 Sculpt a willow reindeer approximately 4ft tall. No complicated techniques to learn but be prepared to work hard! You are welcome to bring one helpful child (10+) along to work with you for some or all of the day (only one ticket needed for the two of you). With Farnham-based basket maker, Judith Needham. For ages 14+. Festive Free Machine Embroidery Sat 09 November 10.30am–3.30pm · £55

WORKSHOP

Using freehand machine embroidery techniques, create cards, decorations and gifts with a festive theme! Suitable for beginners and returning students. Please bring a sewing machine with the ability to free motion and a basic sewing kit including different coloured threads. For more info visit lucydorothy.com For ages 16+. 32

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THEATRE

Saturday 09 November 11am & 2pm · £8; group bookings & family tickets available In Rise and Fall you’ll meet all manner of balloons from small floating moons to vast bouncing orbs. Forever expanding and contracting, balloons are free to float, fly and sway. Hold your breath and go sailing away. Rise and Fall is a poetic and intriguing performance for young audiences about holding on and letting go. Age guidance 2+. Classical Recital: The Silverwoods Quartet Sat 09 November 1pm · £5

NOVEMBER

Rise and Fall by Page One Theatre

MUSIC

Farnham Maltings, in association with Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, presents another popular series of lunchtime recitals from young performers at the beginning of their professional careers. Featuring soloists and chamber musicians from The Silverwoods Quartet. Matt Chorley: This.Is.Not.Normal Sat 09 November 7.30pm · £20

COMEDY

By day Matt Chorley works in parliament, trying to explain what is happening in politics for The Times. By night he admits nobody has a clue, and nothing makes any sense at all. Join him for a hilarious insider’s guide to resignations, reshuffles and recriminations, and reassurance that it doesn’t have to be this way. Festive Papercutting Sun 10 November 10am–3pm · £45

WORKSHOP

Create your own lanterns, cards and gift tags with a festive theme! Learn the techniques involved and create your own festive paper cuts using the templates provided. For more info visit lucydorothy.com For ages 16+.

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NOVEMBER

Mass by Robert Clark presented in partnership with The Dance Movement and Farnham Maltings

DANCE

Tue 12 November 7pm & 8pm · £12/£10 · £9 members; group bookings available A new dance work by choreographer Robert Clark exploring our fears towards difference and otherness, ideas of connection, separation, judgement and expectation. This iteration includes a local cast of performers and runs as a 45 minute performance ‘experience’. Limited capacity. Strictly 16+ (16 & 17 year olds must be accompanied by an adult). Willow Star

WORKSHOP

Tue 12 November & Thu 12 December 7pm–10pm · £35 inc. mulled wine; students and under 18s £28

Make a large willow star covered in weaving and decorated with fairy lights. Hang it on your door instead of a wreath, show it off on the top of your tree or display it on a wall all year round. With Farnham-based basket maker, Judith Needham. For adults and ages 14+. film maltings: Pain and Glory

FILM

Wed 13 November 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film curry +£9

Pain and Glory tells of a series of re-encounters experienced by Salvador Mallo (Antonio Banderas), a film director in his physical decline. From writer-director Pedro Almodóvar, Banderas won Best Actor at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival for his performance. In Spanish with English subtitles. Awaiting certification. Stand-Up Comedy Club

COMEDY

Wed 13 November 8.30pm · £8 (£9 on door); curry & comedy £17 (served 7.30pm–8.30pm)

Farnham Maltings and Off the Kerb Productions present their popular Stand-Up Comedy Club, your chance to catch up-and-coming comedy talent in a club environment. Line-up to be announced and may be subject to change. Age advisory 16+. 34

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COMEDY

Thu 14 November 11.30am · £12, (£13 on the door); bar open, baby snacks available The UK’s premier baby friendly comedy club! Featuring the funniest comedy stars from the circuit and TV. These events are all about you, the parents! Please note: the brilliant comics will be performing their usual adult material, which is why there is a 15 month age limit for little laughers. Met Opera: Madama Butterfly Thu 14 November 7pm · £15; under 18s £10

NOVEMBER

Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club

SCREENING

Anthony Minghella’s vividly cinematic staging of Puccini’s tale of unrequited love returns featuring soprano Hui He in the devastating title role. The story follows young Japanese girl, Cio-Cio San, who falls in love with Pinkerton, an American naval officer. Plácido Domingo makes his role debut as Sharpless. Sung in Italian, with English subtitles. Art in Clay

Sat 16 – Sun 17 November 10am–5pm · £5 (conc. £4.50, under 15s free); show this page at entry for two-for-one admission to the show The premier ceramic event in Surrey, showcasing over 70 of the finest established and up-and-coming ceramic makers from the UK and abroad. The perfect opportunity to buy varied and brilliant ceramics, and an ideal time to find a unique Christmas gift. Talks and demos are scheduled on both days at no additional cost. www.artinclay.co.uk Crowded a Half Moon & Apples and Snakes co-production

THEATRE

Thu 21 November 4.30pm & 7.30pm · £12/£10, £9 members; group bookings available It’s the beginning of summer and the community festival is in full swing in the local park. But among the smiles and excitement lies something that could spoil this party... Developed in response to the growing number of teenagers in the UK struggling with their mental health, Crowded is a powerful story about their hidden desires and anxieties Set in an immersive 360 degree set. Limited capacity. Post-show Q&A. Age guidance 13+. box office: 01252 745444

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NOVEMBER

Table-Top Reindeer

WORKSHOP

Thu 21 November and Tue 03 December 7pm–10pm · £35 incl. mulled wine; students and under 18s £28 Make a willow reindeer (about 45cm tall) to display on a windowsill or table. With Farnham-based basket maker, Judith Needham. For adults and ages 14+.

Make a Wire Christmas Robin

Fri 22 November & Sat 30 November 10am–3pm · £50 (1 day session)

WORKSHOP

Step-by-step instructions will be given to help you create a beautiful robin. You will create the frame outline from a drawing and learn to sculpt, join and shape layers of coloured copper wire to create your 3D bird. For ages 16+.

Griff Rhys Jones: All Over The Place

COMEDY

Fri 22 November 8pm · £19 (£16 members); pre-show dining & ticket £28 (£25) Griff is back and once again all over the place touring the UK this autumn with his brand-new full-length stand-up show, following a sell-out show in 2018. He presents an evening of hilarious true stories, riffs, observations and details of his recent medical procedures. ‘Great comedy’ ****The Telegraph. For ages 14+. Kadampa Meditation Centre: Meditation and the Power of Positivity

WORKSHOP

Sat 23 November 10am–12.30pm · £20 By learning positive ways of thinking we can live a healthy, happy and meaningful life. Uplift your mind with positive energy. Discover positive ways of thinking to energise your mind. Learn methods to refresh and revive daily relationships. Workshop consists of two sessions of guided meditations and practical instructions. 36

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SOLD OUT

Sat 23 November 8pm · £17

COMEDY

Join comedians Ellie Gibson and Helen Thorn as they celebrate the scummier side of parenting, from drinking wine at teatime to hiding from the PTA. Expect stand-up, sketches, songs, and some very scummy stories. Guaranteed to make parents laugh and non-parents happy about their life choices. Based on the hit Scummy Mummies podcast and best-selling book. For ages 16+. Pearl Stringing and Knotting Sat 23 November 10am–4pm · £85

NOVEMBER

The Scummy Mummies Show

WORKSHOP

Learn stringing, hand-knotting and fitting a clasp to these beautiful organic gems to create a professional finish. Make a new pearl necklace or bracelet and bring your own pearls for advice on re-stringing. This workshop is aimed at adults. No previous experience is needed for this class. Fused Glass Christmas Decorations Sat 23 November 10.30am–1.30pm & 2.30pm–5.30pm · £55

WORKSHOP

Make fused glass tree decorations for the festive season. Learn to cut glass and experiment with glass fir and stringers to create your own Christmas decorations. Your pieces will be taken away to be fired and will be available for collection from the Maltings. For ages 18+. Jumbo Arm Knit Blanket Sat 23 November 10.30am–1pm & 1.30pm–4pm · £65

WORKSHOP

Paula from cocoon&me will teach you the simple art of arm knitting. This satisfying technique means that your works grows quickly and you will walk away with an amazing blanket, measuring approx. 95cm x 145cm. All chunky, vegan friendly yarn provided in an assortment of colours. For ages 10+. box office: 01252 745444

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NOVEMBER

Met Opera: Akhnaten Tue 26 November 1pm · £15; under 18s £10

SCREENING

Star countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo headlines as the revolutionary pharaoh who transformed ancient Egypt. Director Phelim McDermott, whose productions include the hugely successful Satyagraha by Philip Glass, returns to the Met to bring this contemporary production to life, with a virtuosic company and dramatic staging that features acrobatics and juggling. NT Live: Hansard Tue 26 November 7pm · £15

SCREENING

It’s a summer’s morning in 1988 and Tory politician Robin Hesketh has returned home to the idyllic Cotswold house he shares with his wife of 30 years, Diana. But all is not as blissful as it seems. A witty and devastating portrait of the governing class, starring two-time Olivier Award winners, Lindsay Duncan and Alex Jennings. Christmas Fair

Wed 27 & Thu 28 November Wed 1pm–10pm, Thu 10am–6pm · £1 (Maltings members and under 15s free) Join us for the Maltings’ annual Christmas Fair, with over 170 stalls throughout the building. Wednesday late night shopping until 10pm – come along for a glass of fizz: buy one get one free from 6pm. Plenty of gifts to solve all your shopping needs. Clare Teal and her Trio Fri 29 November 7.30pm · £23; pre-show dining & ticket £32

MUSIC

Award-winning jazz vocalist and Radio 2 presenter Clare Teal’s concerts with her Trio are constantly evolving and renowned across the country. This brand-new show sees Clare and her excellent musicians effortlessly traverse a rich landscape of timeless and sparkling material. 38

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Sat 30 November 10am–4pm · £85

WORKSHOP

Learn how to add colour to metal using vitreous enamel. In this one-day workshop, you will cut out your own shapes and use stencils to design colourful Christmas tree decorations. Work creatively with metal and learn piercing, filing, drilling, polishing and enamelling. Ideal for beginners or for those wanting to extend their skills. Knit a Bobble Hat Sat 30 November 10am–4pm · £45

NOVEMBER

Enamelled Christmas Decorations

WORKSHOP

Learn to make your own bobble hat for the winter or to give as a Christmas gift. Choose to either learn how to knit in the round, a quick and easy knit with no sewing up, or in the traditional way. Suitable for novice knitters who are happy with casting on and off. On booking participants will be notified of what they will need to bring. Bespoke Felted Slippers Sat 30 November 10am–4.30pm · £50

WORKSHOP

Create a custom pair of felt slippers to keep cosy during the winter months. Learn the wet felting techniques for making 3D felt, and felt directly onto your feet for the perfect fit! At the end of the day take home a finished slipper with the second one part-felted to finish at your leisure. Why not give the slippers to a loved one for Christmas? Jon Culshaw, Bill Dare – The Great British Take Off Sat 30 November 8pm · £22.50; pre-show dining sold out

COMEDY

Comedian and impressionist Jon Culshaw and legendary comedy producer Bill Dare come to Farnham Maltings for the first time following their sell-out tour last year. Join them for an evening of unscripted, unrehearsed, spontaneous comedy and conversation as celebrities old and new are all up for a roasting. It’s never the same show twice.

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Make a Christmas Wreath Tue 03 December 6pm–9.30pm · £75

WORKSHOP

Floral designer Jodie from Boutique Blooms will show you how to make and design a fresh foliage door wreath from scratch resulting in a beautifully crafted and decorated door wreath for you to take home for the festive season. No previous experience needed. Please bring sharp secateurs. (materials included). Suitable for children age 12+ accompanied by a paying adult. Christmas Cake Decorating Tue 03 December 7pm–9.30pm · £45

WORKSHOP

Enjoy covering a fruit cake with marzipan and icing and making Christmas decorations to go on the top of your covered cake. There is also the option to do a sponge cake. All materials, icing, board, cake and ribbon included. For more info contact rexturan@googlemail.com Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz Tue 03 December 1pm–2pm · £8 (pay on the door)

MUSIC

Enjoy Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz in an informal cabaret style setting with The Esmond Clements Trio and occasional guests, playing the great English and American song books, jazz standards and the wonderful bossa novas of Brazil. Cool, intimate, classic jazz www.pianobarjazz.com film maltings: The Goldfinch

FILM

Wed 04 December 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members) homemade pre-film pizza available for additional £9

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Adaptation of Donna Tartt’s globally acclaimed best-selling novel. When 13 year-old Theo’s mother is killed in a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the tragedy changes the course of his life, sending him on a stirring odyssey of grief and guilt, reinvention and redemption, and even love. Awaiting certification. book online: farnhammaltings.com


MUSIC

Wed 04 December 7.30pm · £10 adv. £11 door; pre-show dining & ticket £19

The long-running evening of easy listening music and comedy entertainment in the friendly atmosphere of the Cellar Bar. Featuring the legendary Otis B Driftwood Showband or occasional visiting bands, plus a special guest star each month – jazz, swing and much more. www.the-hedgehogs.org.uk Night Terrors by Gerard Logan

DECEMBER

Not Just Jazz

THEATRE

Thu 05 December 7.30pm · £12 (£10 conc., £9 members); pre-show dining & ticket £21 (£19, £18) Spine-tingling tales of the supernatural from E.F. Benson’s brilliant collection of ghost stories, Night Terrors. Masterful storytelling from Gerard Logan, who from the deceptive comfort of an easy chair will transport you to a darker, more sinister world where the unexpected and the unexplainable will intrigue and disturb. Age guidance 12+. Rushmoor ‘Odd Fellows’ Male Voice Choir

Fri 06 December 7.30pm–10pm · £12.50 (includes a free programme)

MUSIC

Join us, and guest performers, for a fun evening of entertainment and music, including popular Christmas numbers. As always, we support a charity important to us, and for this concert we have selected Friends of Farnham Hospital to receive donations.

Stand-Up Comedy Club

Fri 06 December 8.30pm · £8 (£9 on door); curry & comedy £17 (served 7.30pm–8.30pm)

COMEDY

Farnham Maltings and Off the Kerb Productions present their popular Stand-Up Comedy Club, your chance to catch up-and-coming comedy talent in a club environment. Line-up to be announced and may be subject to change. Age advisory 16+. box office: 01252 745444

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DECEMBER

maltings monthly market

Sat 07 December 9am–4pm · £1; members, Instagram followers and under 15s free On the first Saturday of the every month you can find everything from artisan bread to local designers, chic vintage to classic vinyl. The maltings monthly market offers over 200 stalls in a buzzing atmosphere.

Comedy Club 4 Kids Christmas Special

Sun 08 December 2pm · £8; group bookings and family tickets available

COMEDY

Returning to the Maltings this Christmas after a triumphant reception last year! This show will be jam-packed with Christmas comedy to get you in the mood for the big day. Expect the finest Christmas cracker jokes, tinsel tomfoolery and festive funnies! Age guidance 6+ and their families. film maltings 1969: Women In Love Mon 09 December 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £4 members)

FILM

Two sisters living in a 1920s mining town in the midlands of England embark on relationships that entwine passion, sensuality and recklessness. Whilst on holiday with their partners, the relationships head in divergent directions. Academy Award-winning film from Ken Russell. Cert. 15, 125 mins. film maltings: Judy

FILM

Wed 11 December 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film curry +£9 Legendary performer Judy Garland (Renée Zellweger) arrives in London in 1968 to perform a series of sold-out concerts. Thirty years on from her starring role in The Wizard of Oz, she is now in a fragile state. Featuring some of her best-known songs, Judy celebrates the pizzazz of ‘the world’s greatest entertainer’. Cert. 12A, 118 mins. 42

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COMEDY

Wed 11 December 8.30pm · £8 (£9 on door); curry & comedy £17 (served 7.30pm–8.30pm)

Farnham Maltings and Off the Kerb Productions present their popular Stand-Up Comedy Club, your chance to catch up-and-coming comedy talent in a club environment. Line-up to be announced and may be subject to change. Age advisory 16+. Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club

DECEMBER

Stand-Up Comedy Club

COMEDY

Thu 12 December 11.30am · £12, (£13 on the door); bar open, baby snacks available The UK’s premier baby friendly comedy club! Featuring the funniest comedy stars from the circuit and TV. These events are all about you, the parents! Please note: the brilliant comics will be performing their usual adult material, which is why there is a 15 month upper age limit for little laughers. NT Live: Present Laughter Thu 12 December 7pm · £15; pre-show dining & ticket £24

SCREENING

Matthew Warchus directs Andrew Scott (BBC’s Sherlock, Fleabag) in Noël Coward’s provocative comedy. As he prepares to embark on an overseas tour, star actor Garry Essendine’s colourful life is in danger of spiralling out of control. Captured live from The Old Vic, Present Laughter is a giddy and surprisingly modern reflection on fame, desire and loneliness. Cara Dillon: Upon a Winter’s Night Fri 13 December 8pm · £22; pre-show dining & ticket £31

MUSIC

Cara and her band will capture the mystery of Christmas with a collection of songs ancient and modern providing a welcome reminder that the festive season can be about more than just commercialism. Performing songs from her number one album of the same name, she will be joined by her wonderful band who weave celtic and folksy rhythms alongside reverent and atmospheric carols. box office: 01252 745444

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DECEMBER

The Little Match Girl by Key Players

THEATRE

Fri 13 – Sun 15 December Friday 7.30pm, Saturday & Sunday 2.30pm & 7.30pm · £14/£10, £9 members; group bookings available Key Players brings you the award-winning musical adapted from the classic fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. Drawing on rich local talent under the professional direction of Sophie Key and Nick Barnard this heartwarming production will be a treat for all the family. All profits go to Phyllis Tuckwell. Age guidance 8+. Farnham Youth Choir Christmas Concert

MUSIC

Sat 14 December 6pm–7.15pm; adults £13 (under 18s £8) until 30 November; £15 (under 18s £10) from 01 December All the Farnham Youth Choirs come together for a celebratory, family Christmas concert.

Copper Embossed Christmas Decorations & Cards

WORKSHOP

Sat 14 December 10am–1pm or 10am–4pm · £40 for half-day and £75 for full day Using various tools to scratch, push, beat and manipulate copper, you will create sculptural shapes to use as Christmas decorations or to mount onto cards. In half a day you will be able to make 4–6 copper squares to place onto cards. In a whole day you will be able to create decorations using copper, wire and wood. For ages 12+. Holly, Ivy and Mistletoe in Wire Sat 14 December 10am–2pm · £40

WORKSHOP

Step-by-step instructions will be given on how to shape coloured copper wire into holly, ivy or mistletoe leaves to use as a christmas decoration or gift. Start by making the 2D frame outline from a drawing of your chosen leaf and develop it by building layer upon layer of wire and adding mesh and coloured beads. For ages 16+. 44

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Sun 15 December 10am–4pm · £125

WORKSHOP

Learn in one day how to make a leather A5 size saddle-style messenger bag. All materials are included, no previous experience is needed. For ages 16+.

The Royal Ballet Live: Coppélia Sun 15 December 2pm · £15

DECEMBER

Make a Leather Saddle Messenger Bag

SCREENING

A classic returns to The Royal Ballet repertory with Ninette de Valois’ charming and funny story of love, mischief and mechanical dolls. The intricate choreography is set to Delibes’ delightful score and shows off the technical precision and comedic timing of the whole company. Osbert Lancaster’s designs bring a colourful storybook world to life. The Royal Ballet Live: The Nutcracker Tue 17 December 7.15pm · £15; pre-show dining & ticket £24

SCREENING

The Royal Ballet’s glorious production of The Nutcracker, created by Peter Wright in 1984, is the production par excellence of an all-time ballet favourite. Tchaikovsky’s glittering score, the gorgeous festive stage designs, and The Royal Ballet’s captivating dancing, make this Nutcracker the quintessential Christmas experience. 2016 production. 135 mins approx. film maltings: Miracle on 34th Street

FILM

Wed 18 December 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members) homemade pre-film pizza +£9 Six-year-old Susan Walker has doubts about Santa Claus. But after meeting a special department store Santa who’s convinced he’s the real thing, Susan is given the most precious gift of all – something to believe in. The 1994 remake celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. Cert. U, 114 mins. box office: 01252 745444

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DECEMBER

Milton Jones: Milton Impossible – Warm Up Show Thu 19 December 8pm · £18; pre-show dining & ticket £27

COMEDY

One man. One mission. Is it possible? No, not really. Milton reveals the truth about being an international spy, before being given a disappointing new identity which forced him to appear on Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo. ‘No-one can touch Jones when he hits his stride’ – The Guardian. Outside the Igloo by The Knotted Project and Hawk Dance Theatre

THEATRE

Sat 21 – Mon 23 December 11am & 2pm · £10; family tickets & group bookings available

Three penguin friends put down their screens and step out of their igloo for the first time! Join them on their icy adventure of discovery and magic, following the crack in the ice! Sitting amongst the set and performers, the audience play an essential part in helping the friends on their amazing wintery journey. This show promises to take any young explorer on an interactive journey they will never forget! For ages 4+ and their families. Outside the Igloo – Additional Workshop

Sat 21 – Mon 23 December 12.30pm · £2 per child (all children must be accompanied by an adult)

WORKSHOP

Exploring themes of Outside the Igloo in a physical and playful session, participants will enjoy an energetic warm-up, embody the gaming and the screen time world as well as playing a range of theatre games linked to outside adventures. You may even create your very own dance. Grown-ups are asked to take part too! Demeric School of Dance – Winter Workshop Mon 23 December 8.45am–12.30pm · £30

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WORKSHOP

A fun-filled dance workshop for children aged 5+ covering varying forms of dance from Street Dance, Musical Theatre, Bollywood, Irish and Acro. No dance experience needed, emphasis is on having fun and trying lots of different styles of dancing. Contact 01483 813348 info@demericdance.co.uk Twitter @DemericDance www.demericdance.co.uk


DECEMBER outside the igloo , the knotted project & hawk dance theatre

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MUSEUM OF FARNHAM

museum of farnham ¡ 38 West Street Located in a beautiful early Georgian town house, with an equally stunning hidden, walled garden, the Museum of Farnham is a joyous place to visit for people of all ages and interests. At the museum this autumn you will find interactive and informative displays dedicated to Farnham’s history, from its prehistoric roots all the way through to the modern day. Explore our permanent exhibition dedicated to the history of craft in Farnham, or learn more about the history of travel in our gallery called On the Road. Built by a wealthy hop-grower in 1718, this Grade 1 listed building is well worth a visit for those who appreciate and admire historic buildings. The Museum of Farnham has been part of the Farnham Maltings since 2012. Together we work to provide engaging, enjoyable and imaginative events and exhibitions to reach as many people as possible. Follow us: facebook.com/MuseumofFarnham @Museum_Farnham @museumoffarnham

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Museum of Farnham 38 West Street ¡ Farnham Surrey GU9 7DX t: 01252 715 094 e: museum@farnhammaltings.com w: museumoffarnham.com


MUSEUM OF FARNHAM

museum of farnham · exhibitions In the autumn, the third and final chapter of the museum’s new exhibition A Brief History of Farnham opens. It completes the redevelopment of the ground floor galleries, which offer a range of displays, rich with objects and information that anyone can enjoy. Chapter 1 – The Ground Beneath our Feet opened in June 2019 and allows you to explore the prehistory of the local area, right the way through to the Stuart period in Britain, using the museum’s archaeological collection to animate these stories. The exhibition contains interpretation panels just for children, as well as further information sheets for those with specialist interests. Chapter 2 – A Georgian at 38 West St. opened in August 2019 and tells you the story of Georgian Farnham. In this Georgian dining room listen to the conversation of guests, admire the paintings on the wall, encounter key characters of the era and get a sense of what 38 West St was like when it was first built by a wealthy hopster. Chapter 3 – God Save the Queens opens on 08 October 2019. The final chapter begins during Queen Victoria’s reign of the United Kingdom and brings the visitor right through to the modern day under Queen Elizabeth II. These object rich displays will feature less text and invite the visitor to explore the eras through day-to-day objects, asking them how they relate to their lives now or if they are even noticeable to them! Enjoy interactive displays and audio points, with accounts from local people about what it was like to live in Farnham during certain periods.

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MUSEUM OF FARNHAM

museum of farnham ¡ hiring space

The garden gallery is nestled in the museum’s garden and is a wonderful space for almost any occasion. Visit our website or contact us on 01252 715 094 or museum@farnhammaltings.com

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MUSEUM OF FARNHAM

museum of farnham · getting involved Young Archaeologists’ Club

Saturdays 14 September, 12 October, 09 November, 14 December 11am–12.30pm & 2pm–3.30pm · £15 per term It is 80 years since WW2 began! Join us for our hands-on, fact-packed YAC sessions and find out what life was like on the Home Front. Contact the museum to find out how to become a Young Archaeologist’s Club member. For ages 8–13. Make or Make Do! 80 Years Since the Start of World War II Sat 21 September 10am–4pm · free entry

Join us for an event which celebrates the power of people on the home front during World War II. There will be stallholders, live demonstrations and our black market café. This event is part of the nationwide Heritage Open Days.

Halloween Spooktacular!

Wed 30 October & Thu 31 October 10.30am–12.30pm & 1.30pm–3.30pm · £3 per child Join us for some fun-filled ‘spooky’ inspired arts and crafts. Please drop in any time between 10.30am–12.30pm and 1.30pm–3.30pm. All materials included. Children must be accompanied by an adult. For ages 3–8. Christmas Readings at the Museum of Farnham Thu 12 & Fri 13 December 7pm £7 per person

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To welcome in the Christmas season, the Museum of Farnham is once again hosting an evening of Christmas readings. See the Museum decorated and lit in all its glory, and listen to a fascinating miscellany of readings by your favourite group of local actors. Tickets include a mince pie and a glass of wine. Booking essential, to confirm your place museum@farnhammaltings.com or call 01252 715094.


taking part Our Participatory Arts Programme, both within the Maltings and in our local communities, continues to grow and thrive. There are many ways to get involved, from creative craft activities for adults, to our programme of Youth Theatre for children and young people.

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TAKING PART

Children & Young People’s Regular Sessions

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Mondays–Saturdays

Busylizzy Family Club at the Museum of Farnham & Farnham Maltings

Daily classes – visit the Busylizzy website for timetable and to book

Busylizzy is an award-winning family club offering fabulous antenatal and postnatal fitness classes, inspirational talks and a varied timetable of baby/toddler activities at the Museum’s Garden Gallery and at Farnham Maltings. Including: Baby Massage, Buggy Fitness, Pilates (antenatal and postnatal), Baby Yoga and much more. Visit www.busylizzyfarnham.co.uk for timetables and bookings.

Mondays

Stopgap’s Farnham Youth Dance Company

16 Sep – 02 Dec (excl half term) 5pm–6.30pm £7 per week (£5 per week if booked termly)

Stopgap Youth Dance Company is open to any young person aged 11–22 who is passionate about dance and wants to commit to learning more about this art form. There will be opportunities to be involved in performances where possible in local youth and community dance showcases. For further info contact admin@stopgapdance.com or 01252 745443.

Tuesdays

Youth Contemporary Dance

17 Sep – 17 Dec (excl half term) 6.30pm–7.30pm £75 per term

This is a technical contemporary dance class involving aspects of Cunningham, Limon, Contact Improvisation and Release Techniques. Students will learn choreography and will work towards dance performances in the community. Visit www.thedancemovement.co.uk or contact nicky@thedancemovement.co.uk

book online: farnhammaltings.com


Perform

4–7yrs: 4pm–5pm 7–12yrs: 5pm–6pm

Perform’s drama, dance and singing weekly workshops are a fun-packed mix of confidence-building games, energetic dances and catchy songs with classes for 4–7 and 7–12 year olds. Best of all, the children will be having so much fun they won’t notice how much they are improving their confidence and social skills along the way. For a free trial session contact 020 7255 9120 or enquiries@perform.org.uk More info perform.org.uk

Various days

Demeric School of Dance

TAKING PART

Wednesdays

Demeric School of Dance offers classes at Farnham Maltings and around Farnham specialising in ballet, street dance, modern theatre dance and tap. Suitable for children aged 2+. New classes in Acro, Dance with Gymnastics. Contact 01483 813348 info@demericdance.co.uk demericdance.co.uk

If you have an idea for an arts activity you would like to see running in your local community, contact Emma Jones, Community Engagement Producer emma.jones@farnhammaltings.com

box office: 01252 745444

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TAKING PART

Children & Young People’s Courses Wednesdays

After School Pottery Club

18 Sep–16 Oct or 06 Nov–04 Dec 4pm–5pm £58 for 5 week course

Aimed at introducing primary and junior school aged children to the craft of pottery. Get creating, sculpting, or even making a pot on the potter’s wheel. You’ll also get to brush underglaze colours on to your bisque fired creations. For info call Penny on 07786 323591.

Wednesdays

Teenage Stitchers

18 Sep–11 Dec (excl. 30 Oct & 27 Nov) 5pm–6.45pm £105 for 10 weeks

Alice and Ginny will teach you the basics of good sewing, building your confidence to begin working independently when using your sewing machine whilst also encouraging your design skills. Returning students are encouraged to work on their own projects. Basic materials are provided but you will need to purchase patterns and fabrics for individual projects. Further info call Alice on 07976 892766.

Wednesdays

Teens’ Pottery & Ceramics Club

18 Sep–16 Oct or 06 Nov–04 Dec 5.30pm–7pm £78 per 5 week course

Learn the basics of good throwing techniques and hand building. You will be encouraged to build on your own designs and work independently, whilst being guided through many different processes such as slab building, sculpting and using moulds. For info call Penny on 07786 323591.

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Toddlers’ Pottery

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This creative course is designed for parents/grandparents/carers and pre-school children to interact together under the guidance of our potter-in-residence Penny Eccles. There’s lots of fun to be had from squishing, shaping and cutting out clay. For ages 18 months to 5 years. For info contact Penny on 07786 323591. book online: farnhammaltings.com


Wednesdays

Junior Maltings

11 Sep–11 Dec (excl 30 Oct & 27 Nov) 5pm–6.15pm £65

A creative and fun group for children aged 8–11 who enjoy drama and want to develop their skills. Junior Maltings take part in drama games, improvisation and devising as well as working on scripted pieces and performing in local events. The group also has opportunities to see a range of live theatre productions. No experience needed, just energy and a keen interest in drama and theatre!

Wednesdays

Maltings Youth Company

11 Sep–11 Dec (excl 30 Oct & 27 Nov) 6.15pm–8pm £70

Maltings Youth Company is a brand-new youth theatre company for ages 11–15 years. A friendly and highly creative session for young performers who are looking for the opportunity to develop their understanding and passion for drama through both devised and scripted performance. Every session will allow you to explore a wide range of theatrical styles and genres, along with the chance to perform at local events and festivals. Members will also be given the opportunity to see new work by professional theatre companies and artists based at Farnham Maltings.

TAKING PART

Farnham Maltings Youth Theatre

For further information or to arrange a free taster session contact Emma Jones Community Engagement Producer on 01252 745447 or emma.jones@farnhammaltings.com

box office: 01252 745444

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TAKING PART

Adult Activities, Courses & Clubs Mondays (excl. 30 Dec) 1.30pm (refreshments) singing hour 2pm–3pm £5 per session Mondays

Speakers Club (Toastmasters)

2nd & 4th Monday of the month 7.30pm–9.30pm

If you would like to improve your public speaking and presentation skills or just want to be more comfortable speaking in front of groups then look no further. We are a friendly Toastmasters International-affiliated club. Find us on social media @FhamSpeakClub

Tuesdays

Pottery ‘Throw Down’ Throwing On The Wheel

17 Sep – 15 Oct or 05 Nov – 03 Dec 10am–12noon or 7pm–9pm £148 for 5 week course

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Singing for the Mind A lively musical hour especially for people living with dementia and their carers. A chance to share memories and a love of songs in a friendly and welcoming environment. Supported by Right at Home GF.

5 SESSIONS

Aimed at beginners and returning students. Learn how to create beautiful, simple vessels, colanders, beakers, cups and bowls on the potter’s wheel. You’ll be guided through the process of centring the clay, pulling a cylinder, forming simple shapes, turning footrings and pulling handles. For further info call Penny Eccles on 07786 323591.

Tuesdays

The Arts Society Farnham

3rd Tue of the month 10.30am–11.30am Guests £5

Entertaining illustrated monthly lectures. For info: theartssocietyfarnham.org.uk, email info@theartssocietyfarnham.org.uk, or contact Membership Secretary on 07918 883515.

Tuesdays

Nimble Fingers

10.30am–12.30pm free

A friendly, free knitting and crochet drop-in for beginners and experienced hands alike. Bring your own project or we’ll provide something to get you started; you’ll make new friends and find fresh, woolly inspiration. book online: farnhammaltings.com


Creative Writing

7.30pm–9.30pm term time only free

A group of amateur writers ‘writing for fun!’ We meet to share thoughts and hone skills. Besides enjoying ourselves the evening is free! New members always welcome. For more info contact Andy Low on 01252 623266 or andylow@fbn.co.uk

Tuesdays

Sew Fun

10 SESSIONS

17 Sep–03 Dec (excl. 29 Oct) 7.30pm–9.30pm £165 for 10 weeks

This new course led by Alice and Ginny is perfect for anyone wanting to start their sewing journey and gain confidence using a sewing machine. More experienced stitchers are also welcome and will be supported whilst working on their own projects. For info contact Alice on 07976 892766. Bring your own sewing machine or reserve one at booking.

Tuesdays

Book Group

3rd Tue of the month term time only 8pm–10pm free

Join the Book Group every third Tuesday, 8pm–10pm. Normally in the Riverside Bar but first check our whereabouts on the whiteboard in reception or email grtservices123@gmail.com

Wednesdays

Over 55s workshops with New Adventures

11 Sep, 09 Oct,13 Nov 2pm–4pm £8

TAKING PART

Tuesdays

Delve into the work of Matthew Bourne’s award-winning company, New Adventures and get your bodies moving in our fun and creative dance workshops. New Adventures is committed to ensuring our workshops are accessible to people of all backgrounds. Subsidised places are available for those who may find the cost prohibitive, please contact our Administrator at office@new-adventures.net for more information.

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TAKING PART

Wednesdays 7.30pm–9.30pm term time only £45 per term to cover room hire; ‘Bring a friend’ discounts Wednesdays

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Full Circle Vocal Group

Much more than just a choir! One-to-one singing help, guest musician workshops, performances, friendships and above all, laughter! For more info polly@fcvg.co.uk or fcvg.co.uk

Sewcialise

10 SESSIONS

18 Sep – 11 Dec (excl. 30 Oct & 27 Nov) 7.30pm–9.30pm £165 for 10 weeks

Led by experienced sewing tutors Alice and Ginny, this fun friendly 10 week course is open to anyone wanting to take their sewing to the next level. Gain new skills and confidence whilst working on your own sewing projects from dressmaking, to soft furnishings and more. For info contact Alice on 07976 892766.

Wednesdays

Knitwits

Every 2nd Wed 8pm–10pm

Follow the trend for knitting and come and join a friendly mixed ability group of knitters who meet once a month to relax, knit, crochet and chat in the Riverside Café Bar. Contact Marion Nicholson on 01252 343137 or mar3051@yahoo.co.uk for more info.

Thursdays

Ukulele Workshops

19 Sep – 12 Dec (excl 31 October) Beginners (£120 for 12 sessions) 10am–11.30am Improvers (£12 pay on the door) 11.30am–1pm

For beginners and improvers of any age. Learn in a friendly environment and have a lot of fun. You don’t need any prior musical knowledge to play. You will need your own ukulele. Free taster session on 12 September. Drop in 10am–1pm where there will be a selection of ‘ukes’ to ‘try before you buy’ and experts on hand to give advice.

book online: farnhammaltings.com


19 Sep – 17 Oct or 07 Nov – 05 Dec 10am–12 noon or 7pm–9pm £148 for 5 week course

Pottery ‘Throw Down’ Throwing On The Wheel

5 SESSIONS

Aimed at beginners and returning students. Learn how to create beautiful, simple vessels, colanders, beakers, cups and bowls on the potter’s wheel. You’ll be guided through the process of centring the clay, pulling a cylinder, forming simple shapes, turning footrings and pulling handles. For further information please call Penny Eccles on 07786 323591.

Various days

Adult Dance Classes – Demeric School of Dance

Tap Intermediates: 10am Improvers: 11am Beginners: 11.45am Adult Ballet Tue 1pm & Wed 7.30pm

Daytime and evening classes for adults in tap and ballet. 10 weekly classes per term. Contact Mrs Whitfield on 01483 813348 or email info@demericdance.co.uk www.demericdance.co.uk

Various days

Save a Life – Give Blood (NHS Blood & Transplant)

TAKING PART

Thursdays

Do something amazing and donate blood. For information on regular sessions and to book, visit www.blood.co.uk or call 0300 1232323. Booking essential.

More details about other clubs and sessions can be found on the Regular Events section of our website: farnhammaltings.com/venue/regularevents

box office: 01252 745444

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HIRING SPACE

hiring space

The Maltings is a unique building with a variety of different spaces for hire. Capacities range from 10–500. 62

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07 September, 05 October, 02 November, 07 December (first Saturday of the month), 9am–4pm · £1 (members, under 15s & Maltings Instagram followers free) The maltings monthly market has long been an established part of Farnham town life. On the first Saturday of each month, come rain or shine, we showcase the best independent craftspeople, designer makers, food and drink producers and antique traders in the South East. There are over 180 stallholders spread throughout the building. Enjoy the market and extend your visit with lunch freshly prepared in the Riverside Café.

MARKETS

maltings monthly market

We welcome new stallholders and are committed to supporting community enterprise and emerging artists. Contact Market Manager Kate Lambert kate.lambert@ farnhammaltings.com Monthly Makes 10.30am–12.30pm · free Join ceramicist Penny Eccles in the Maltings pottery and create your very own pot on the potter’s wheel. Dress for mess! All materials provided. No booking required. First come, first served basis. A small fee for glazing work. Wobbly Pots On The Potters Wheel: Sat 07 September, Sat 05 October, Sat 02 November

box office: 01252 745444

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MALTINGS STORES

maltings stores

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opening times Mon–Tue 9.30am–5pm menu & specials served 10am–2.30pm Wed–Fri 9.30am–8pm menu & specials served 10am–7.30pm* Sat 10am–5pm menu & specials served 10.30am–2.30pm

RIVERSIDE CAFÉ BAR

riverside café bar

*subject to programming The Riverside Café Bar is the ideal venue to unwind during the day. Why not enjoy a freshly made lunch either on our patio or in the café. Riverside Café serves Cupsmith Coffee (roasted in Farnham), a selection of cakes, sandwiches to eat in or take away along with snacks, ice creams and more. We welcome both children and well-behaved four-legged friends. Or, why not dine with us in the evening, indicated by the symbol alongside selected shows in this brochure. All food is freshly prepared on site by our own chefs, and locally sourced where possible. For details of the menu please look at the individual event page on farnhammaltings.com. Food is served from 90 minutes and up to 30 minutes before the performance begins, and needs to be ordered before midday the day before. Riverside Café Gallery exhibitions 14 Sep – 11 Oct

The Borderlands Artists’ Consortium Group Exhibition

12 Oct – 08 Nov

Klara Smith: An Exhibition of Papercuts to coincide with Festival of Crafts

09 Nov – 06 Dec The Glass Easel Collective: an exhibition of six Surrey glass artists 07 Dec – 09 Jan

Jackie Cooper: Poured acrylic paintings

box office: 01252 745444

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JOIN US AND SUPPORT US

join us and support us It is our belief that by encouraging people to participate in the arts, we will foster a happier, healthier and safer contemporary Britain. Your support plays a vital role in enabling this to happen. Here are the ways you can help: Become a Patron As one of our valued Patrons you can help us to: · provide educational arts activities for children and young people · support talented young artists at the start of their careers by offering advice, investment and space

We also offer a corporate patron scheme starting at £600 per year. As a show of thanks, all patrons receive:

· reach out to older members of the local community with specialist activities.

· exclusive newsletters twice a year · an acknowledgment on our website · invitations to exclusive events.

Join today To become an individual Patron we request a minimum donation of £5 a month, or £60 a year.

Please return your completed from to Sue Ellis, Development Manager, Farnham Maltings, Bridge Square, Farnham, Surrey GU9 7QR or contact on 01252 745401 sue.ellis@farnhammaltings.com

For couples or families, the minimum donation is £10 per month or £120 per year.

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You can find out how to join online via the ‘become a patron’ page under ‘join and support us’ on our website, or collect a form from the box office.

book online: farnhammaltings.com


Become a Member By joining as a member you can help fund our unique resource for future generations and enjoy the following benefits: · membership ticket prices on theatre and film maltings (£4 per film) · priority booking on selected events · 10% discount for named cardholder at maltings stores and Riverside Café Bar · free entrance to maltings monthly markets and Christmas Fair · access to a range of exclusive offers at participating local businesses – see website for current details · having your say with voting rights at the Farnham Maltings AGM. Join today Membership costs just £26 per year. You can buy online or at the box office. Make a donation Every gift makes a huge difference to us. You can now donate easily online or at the donation boxes in the building. You can box office: 01252 745444

Maltings member also scan the QR code (left) by opening the camera on your iPhone and holding the screen over the QR symbol, or using a QR app on your Android device. Need help? Visit help.thyngs.net

JOIN US AND SUPPORT US

“Membership of the Maltings is a small price to pay to support such a fantastic venue on my doorstep. Priority booking and £4 a film – what’s not to like!”

Your generosity makes it possible for us to develop and expand our community engagement work, making the arts and cultural activities accessible to everyone. Legacies To help us secure our long term future for generations to come, why not consider leaving a legacy? To discuss how your gift could make a difference, please contact Gavin Stride on 01252 745400 gavin.stride@farnhammaltings.com Corporate support and sponsorship We offer a flexible corporate sponsorship package that can be tailored to meet the needs of your organisation. Please get in touch to see how we can work together to make Farnham a happier, healthier place to live. 67


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‘duckie’ by le gateau chocolat, photo: manuel vason


Farnham Maltings works with south-east-based artists and companies to help make the best work possible. In support of craft and fine artists we manage a range of studio spaces and offer training and networking opportunities. For theatre companies we provide one-to-one advice sessions, residency and R&D space, tour booking and financial management. Visit our theatre microsite: theatre.farnhammaltings.com Producing and commissioning

International

We work with a number of companies and individual artists in the production of their work, sometimes as a collaboration or in co-production.

We run caravan – a programme of work designed to encourage England-based theatre makers to think and work internationally. caravan encompasses a biennial showcase in partnership with Brighton Festival, on-going and one-off projects with international partners and professional development opportunities for artists.

Touring We tour our own work and that of our associate companies, support a network of rural venues across Surrey and are continuing to build relationships with small scale theatres and art centres. We deliver house – a programme designed to meet the ambitions of venues to increase audiences and improve the range, quality and scale of theatre being presented across the south-east of England. housetheatre.org.uk

box office: 01252 745444

SUPPORTING ARTISTS

supporting artists

no strings attached We manage and deliver no strings attached – a grant scheme for the southeast region that offers awards between £500 and £1,000 to help young people, aged between 18 and 25, make their first piece of performance. For more information contact Emily Davis on emily.davis@farnhammaltings.com or 01252 745424

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MAKERS & ARTISTS

makers & artists

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Resident at the Maltings

Associate theatre companies

Clare Stiles, jeweller Diana Greenwood, jeweller Ellen Brown, textiles & illustration Esther Prichard, artist Full Clarity, web & app designers Georgina Bridges, muralist James Fairhurst, jeweller Juliette Blightman, artist Larking Arts, theatre producers Laura Rose Textiles, textiles & illustration Liz Hancock, jeweller Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures Max Humphries, puppet maker Me’n’u Arts Ltd., photographer & film maker Nao Fukumoto, hand weaver Penny Eccles, ceramic artist Preface Studio, graphic design & web design Sarah Heron, artist Stephen Featherstone, film & animation Stopgap, dance company The Dance Movement, dance company Tony Geddes, art dealer & picture framer Weller Designs Limited, golf & landscape design

Action Hero Akin Theatre produced by Farnham Maltings Analogue Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas produced by Farnham Maltings Bucket Club, produced by Farnham Maltings Catherine Ireton, produced by Farnham Maltings Dancing Brick Flintlock Theatre Little Bulb Theatre, produced by Farnham Maltings Strangeface Still House Up In Arms Victoria Melody, produced by Farnham Maltings

book online: farnhammaltings.com

Jewellers & Silversmiths Network Monthly artist-led sessions. For further information please contact Clare Stiles on 07958 780665 or Rebecca Skeels on 07715 093690/rebecca@skeels.co.uk

maltings makers: a textile makers network Monthly meetings supporting the career development of professional textile makers. For further information contact Sarah Dood at tulip534@hotmail.com


‘ the beasts’ by bucket club, photo: david tett


DIARY

day September

01

Outdoor cinema: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

day

September continued

05

21

Jumbo Arm Knit Blanket

12

21

Why Mummy Doesn’t Give A ****- An Evening with Gill Sims

12

21

Make or Make Do!: Eighty Years Since the Start of World War II

52

22

Prestige Wedding Fair

12

24

Still No Idea presented by house theatre

page

03

Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz

05

04

Not Just Jazz

05

07

maltings monthly market

05

08

Surrey Symphonic Wind Band in Concert

06

10

Margaret Atwood: Live in Cinemas

06

11

film maltings: Pavarotti

06

11

Stand-Up Comedy Club

06

12

Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club

08

12

NT Live: Fleabag

08

26

NT Live: One Man, Two Guvnors (Encore)

13

08

27

Chris Helme

13

28

Japanese Calligraphy

14

13–14 Farnham Gin Festival

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page

12

25–26 film maltings: Blinded By The Light

13

26

13

Wordsmith Workshops: Introduction to Creative Writing

14

Young Archaeologists’ Club

52

15

Megson Family Folk Show

08

28&29 Mosaic Bird Bath

14

15

The Lost Films of World War Two

09

28

14

Colour in Watercolour

16

film maltings: Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice

09

28

Vintage Fashion Fair

14

18

film maltings: The Current War

09

28

Comedy Club 4 Kids

15

19

Ukulele Workshops

09

29

Aldershot Militaria Annual Fair

15

19

Alan Johnson: In My Life

10

19

Heritage Open Day Event

10

20

Heritage Open Day Event

10

20

Jonny and The Baptists

11

21

Farnham Design Day 2019

11

21

Enamelling Jewellery with Stencils

11

21

Introduction to Stained Glass

11

Events at the Museum of Farnham shown in red

October 01

Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz

15

02

film maltings: Animals

15

02

Not Just Jazz

16

03

Mountain Music by Little Bulb & Farnham Maltings

16


October continued

03

Sh*t-faced Shakespeare®: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

16

16&17 film maltings: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

21

04

Pop! by Tiny Light Theatre

16

17

NT Live: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

21

04

William Cobbett Society Memorial Talk

17

18

Mark Watson: The Infinite Show

22

page

day

October continued

page

05

maltings monthly market

17

19

Make a Willow Zarzo Basket

22

08

Charity Christmas Card Pop-up Shop

17

19

Felted Nuno Scarf

22

08

The Royal Opera House Live: Don Giovanni 17

19

Winter Trees in Watercolour & Ink

22

08

Exhibition: God Save The Queens

You’ve Got Dragons by Taking Flight Theatre Company

23

Classical Recital: Trinity Laban Guitar Dept 23

09

film maltings: The Souvenir

18

19

09

Stand-Up Comedy Club

18

19

10

Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club

18

21

film maltings 1969: True Grit

23

10

Square Go – a Francesca Moody Production 18

23

film maltings: Mrs Lowry & Son

23

11

Ruby Turner

24

Macbeth by Proteus

50

19

26

12

Kadampa Meditation Centre: Learn to Meditate 19

26–27 festival of crafts

12

Weave a Frame Tapestry

19

26–27 Paper Marbling and the Art of Suminagashi 24

12

Make a Silver Chain Bracelet

19

26–27 Modern Calligraphy

24

26–27 Free Participation Printing Class

24

25

12

Making New Fabric from Old

20

12

Hal Cruttenden: Chubster

20

26–27 Introduction to Needle

24

28–31 Make a Fabric Pumpkin

26

12

Young Archaeologists’ Club

52

13

Morgan & West: Unbelievable Science

20

13 Musical Memories – a Dementia Friendly 20 Concert

DIARY

day

28&31 Make a Crawly Cardboard Spider

26

29

Halloween Cupcake Decorating and Spooky Scratch Card Art

26

15

Met Opera: Turandot

21

29

Stella by Fliskit Theatre

27

15

Out There with Klara Smith and David Le Page 21

30

film maltings: Halloween Triple Bill

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DIARY

day

October continued

page

day

November continued

30

Shibori Dye for Children

27

09

Matt Chorley: This.Is.Not.Normal

30–31 Halloween Spooktacular! 31

Nick Sharratt’s Right Royal Drawalong

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33

52

09

Young Archaeologists’ Club

52

27

10

Festive Papercutting

33

12

Mass by Robert Clark in partnership with The Dance Movement

34

12

Willow Star

34

November 01

Humble Pi: Matt Parker’s Comedy of Math Errors

28

01

Met Opera: Manon

28

02

maltings monthly market

28

05

Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz

28

05&06 film maltings: Downton Abbey

page

30

05

Exhibition on Screen: Leonardo’s Full Story 30

06

Not Just Jazz

30

07&26 Make a Willow Angel

30

07

The Immigrant by New Slapstick

31

08

Sarah McQuaid

31

08

G2 Definitive Genesis

13

film maltings: Pain and Glory

34

13

Stand-Up Comedy Club

34

14

Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club

35

14

Met Opera: Madama Butterfly

35

16&17 Art in Clay

35

21

Crowded by Half Moon & Apples and Snakes co-production

35

21

Table-Top Reindeer

36

22&30 Make a Wire Christmas Robin

36 36

22

Griff Rhys Jones: All Over The Place

31

23

Kadampa Meditation Centre: Meditation 36 and the Power of Positivity

31

23

The Scummy Mummies Show

09

Shibori Indigo Dye for Adults

09

Carve, Burn & Decorate Angels & Xmas Trees 32

23

Pearl Stringing and Knotting

37

09

Vintage Fashion Fair

32

23

Fused Glass Christmas Decorations

37

09

Make a Willow Reindeer

32

23

Jumbo Arm Knit Blanket

37

09

Festive Free Machine Embroidery

32

26

Met Opera: Akhnaten

38

09

Rise and Fall by Page One Theatre

33

26

NT Live: Hansard

38

09

Classical Recital: The Silverwoods Quartet 33 Events at the Museum of Farnham shown in red

27&28 Christmas Fair

37

38


November continued

29

Clare Teal and her Trio

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day

December continued

38

12

Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club

page

43

30

Enamelled Christmas Decorations

39

12

Willow Star

34

30

Knit a Bobble Hat

39

12

NT Live: Present Laughter

43

12–13 Christmas Readings at the Museum of Farnham

52

13

43

30

Bespoke Felted Slippers

39

30

Jon Culshaw, Bill Dare – The Great British Take Off

39

December 03

Make a Christmas Wreath

40

03

Table-Top Reindeer

36

03

Christmas Cake Decorating

40

03

Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz

40

04

film maltings: The Goldfinch

40

04

Not Just Jazz

41

05

Night Terrors by Gerard Logan

41

06

Rushmoor ‘Old Fellows’ Male Voice Choir 41

06

Stand-Up Comedy Club

41

07

maltings monthly market

42

08

Comedy Club 4 Kids Christmas Special

Cara Dillon: Upon a Winter’s Night

14

Make a Willow Reindeer

32

14

Farnham Youth Choir Christmas Concert

44

14

Young Archaeologists’ Club

52

13–15 The Little Match Girl by Key Players

44

14

DIARY

day

Copper-Embossed Christmas Decorations 44 & Cards

14

Holly, Ivy and Mistletoe in Wire

44

15

Make a Leather Saddle Messenger Bag

45

15

The Royal Ballet Live: Coppélia

45

17

The Royal Ballet Live: The Nutcracker

45

18

film maltings: Miracle on 34th Street

45

19

Milton Jones: Milton Impossible

46

42

21–23 Outside the Igloo by The Knotted Project & Hawk Dance Theatre

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09

film maltings 1969: Women In Love

42

21–23 Outside the Igloo – Workshop

11

film maltings: Judy

42

23

11

Stand-Up Comedy Club

43

Demeric School of Dance Winter Workshop 46

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