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May – August 2019


VISIT US

visit us box office

riverside café bar

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. 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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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.

Stay in touch @farnhammaltings @maltingscraft

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WELCOME

welcome It’s worth marking, in our fiftieth year, that the Maltings is in good health. We are busier than ever, the performance programme goes from strength to strength, the craft festivals are flourishing, the Riverside CafÊ is busy and we have invested significantly in improving the buildings. I want to thank every single person who has contributed to getting us here. It is a self-evident truth that each member of staff, volunteer, board member and audience member has contributed to all that we are now. One of the delights of working from the Maltings is that we are not a purpose built state-of-the-art building, which allows us the freedom to respond to the changing expectations of our community and a fast changing world. So this summer we are launching outdoor cinema in the courtyard, continuing with Bring Your Own Baby Comedy each month and starting a Farnham Men in Sheds project. I am genuinely excited about where we might go and what we might become over the next half century. And if you can join us on Saturday 11 May to celebrate the first fifty years then so much the better. Gavin Stride Director

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film maltings: All Is True

Wed 01 May 11am, 3pm [subtitles] & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9

FILM

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summer programme

It is 1613, and Shakespeare is acknowledged as the greatest writer of the age. But when his renowned Globe Theatre burns to the ground he returns to Stratford devastated, where he faces a troubled past and a neglected family. Directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh alongside Judi Dench and Ian McKellen. Cert. 12A, 101 mins. Not Just Jazz Show

Wed 01 May 7.30pm · £10 adv. £11 door; pre-show dining & ticket £19

MUSIC

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 Ukulele Workshops Thu 02 May 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 25 April 10am–1pm. Farnham Gin Festival – tickets go on general sale

Thu 02 May Tickets on sale via box office and website from 12pm · £12 (incl souvenir glass)

FESTIVAL

After two sell-out events, Farnham Gin Festival returns on Fri 13 and Sat 14 September. Tickets will be on sale on a first come, first served basis. Expect tastings, expert talks, masterclasses, live music, a photobooth and more. For ages 18+.

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Lucy Porter: Pass It On Fri 03 May 8pm · £15; pre-show dining & ticket £24

COMEDY

A brand-new stand-up show from the TV favourite. Always warm, witty and thoughtprovoking, Lucy muses on what we receive from our ancestors and what we pass on to future generations. She has inherited dodgy knees and global warming from her parents, but can she leave a better legacy for her children? Age guidance 16+. maltings monthly market

Sat 04 May 9am–4pm · £1; members, Instagram followers and under 15s free On the first Saturday of 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 07 May 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: A Private War

FILM

Wed 08 May 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £4 members); homemade pre-film curry +£9 A biographical war drama based on the life of the celebrated war correspondent Marie Colvin (Rosamund Pike). Her mission to show the true cost of war leads her, along with renowned war photographer Paul Conroy (Jamie Dornan), to embark on the most dangerous assignment of their lives in the besieged Syrian city of Homs. Cert. 15, 110 mins. 06

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The Arts & 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 a free first session. Carer/personal assistant goes free. Singing for the Mind

ARTS & HEALTH

Mondays (excl. Bank Holidays) 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 friendly and welcoming environment. Refreshments included. Supported by Right at Home GF. Creative Writing for Wellness

Mondays 20 May – 29 July (fortnightly) 7pm–9pm · £36 for 6 sessions

ARTS & HEALTH

Join award-winning local novelist and therapist Joanna Barnard to explore how writing creatively can benefit your mental and emotional well-being. Exercises will include journaling, poetry and short stories. Suitable for adults of all ages and experience.

Nimble Fingers Tuesdays (excl. August) 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 to get you started; you’ll make new friends and find fresh, woolly inspiration. Meet Me at the Maltings Thursdays 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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Stand-Up Comedy Club

COMEDY

Wed 08 May 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+.

Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club

COMEDY

Thu 09 May 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 comic will be performing their usual adult material, which is why we have a 12 month upper age limit for our little laughers. Show of Hands Thu 09 May 8pm · £22.50; pre-show dining & ticket £31.50

MUSIC

Show of Hands join forces with long-term friend and collaborator Richard Shindell to present their very own transatlantic ‘Special Relationship’ show. Along with a selection of their own material, Steve and Phil will join Richard to add their sparkle on songs such as ‘You Stay Here’, ‘Reunion Hill’ and ‘Next Best Western’. ‘Formidable operators in the roots arena. A class act’ – The Independent. Karen Alexander Nutrition Workshop: How Nutrition Can Transform Thyroid Health

WORKSHOP

Fri 10 May 10.30am–12pm · £22

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Thyroid disease is extremely common with 2 in every 100 people being diagnosed in the UK. This workshop will provide guidance on nutrition, lifestyle, natural supplements and herbs that can offer support for your thyroid and help achieve balance and a reduction in symptoms. www.nutritiousroots.com book online: farnhammaltings.com


Join us for a FREE showcase event to celebrate 50 years of the Maltings where we will be throwing open our doors to give you the opportunity to see and participate in the present, and to help us imagine the next 50 years. The day will be packed with entertainment and fun for all ages.

MALTINGS AT 50

maltings at 50: Sat 11 May 10am–5pm

Try your hand at taster workshops, enjoy acoustic music in the courtyard and performances from local community groups in the Great Hall. There will be children’s activities and a talks programme with guest speakers. Enjoy an informative tour of our historic building led by our knowledgeable Museum of Farnham volunteers. BBC Radio Surrey will be broadcasting live from the Maltings on the day.

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maltings at 50: Sat 11 May 10am–5pm what’s on In the Great Hall At 11am and 2pm our Great Hall will play host to ‘Ignite’ – a show which combines live performances and films showcasing the work of our community engagement partnership groups including Next Adventures, Junior Maltings, The Young Company, The Dance Movement, Stopgap Dance Company and A Place to Be. No ticket required, just turn up. In the East Wing Your chance to dabble in a new craft with our own experienced tutors. A whole day of taster workshops in willow weaving, jewellery making, papercutting art, lino printing, wirework sculpture, and more. Plus workshops for children and adults to craft together – shibori indigo dye, frame weaving or get messy with printing techniques. Reserve a place on our website for £5 (redeemable against a future workshop booking). In the Tindle Studio A series of talks throughout the day, designed to get us thinking. Three panels of local speakers will chat about the history and future of the Maltings and wider Farnham. Alongside these panels you can hear from our resident puppeteer, Max Humphries, our theatre venue network house and Little Bulb Theatre produced by the Maltings. No ticket required, just turn up on the day.

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what’s on

Performing live in the Courtyard

12pm

BBC Introducing ‘Artist of the Month’, Betsa Collins is a local indie pop singer-songwriter who focuses on perfecting the indie/pop sound.

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maltings at 50: Sat 11 May 10am–5pm

12.45pm Dynamic duo of jazz vocalist Steph Richardson and bassist Craig Ferguson will perform jazz and soul with some original songs thrown in. 1.30pm Zach Johnson is a singer-songwriter from south-east England, writing lyrically-driven indie folk tunes featuring his intricate guitar playing and powerful vocals. 3pm

Singer-songwriter of upbeat pop music Arji was chosen by Queen’s Roger Taylor and Brian May to be awarded The Academy of Contemporary Music’s inaugural Freddie Mercury Scholarship.

4pm

Jake Morrell is one of the country’s favourite new male artists in the Country Music genre after being featured on Dermot O’Leary’s BBC Radio 2 show and playing Glastonbury. Keep up-to-date with plans for this special day on our website or social media channels as we’ll be announcing more surprises nearer the time

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maltings at 50: Sat 11 May what’s on In the Tannery If you fancy dipping your toes into something new sign up for have-a-go sessions led by our regular hirers. Busylizzy, Demeric School of Dance, The Dance Movement and Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures dance theatre company will all be sharing their expertise. Free to take part, sign up beforehand on our website. In the Cellar Bar Save yourself from eardrum-shattering speakers and pick up a pair of wireless headphones at our Silent Disco. Pick a channel and dance away to the best rock, pop and party classics. Try your hand at The Actual Reality Arcade – life-sized interactive games for all ages inspired by classic arcade games. Just turn up, no ticket required. In the Barley Room Take the opportunity to meet all the groups who regularly meet at the Maltings. For one day only you’ll find, under the same roof, FAOS, UCA, U3A, The Ukulele Group, Farnham Youth Choir, Beerex, Farnham Speakers Club, Farnham Bridge Club, Busylizzy, The Farnham Lions, Demeric School of Dance and The Farnham Hedgehogs. In the Long Kiln Room Step back to 1969 and treat yourself to afternoon tea while listening to our resident pianists Esmond and Toby. With sessions at 1pm and 3pm, bookable at the box office or online.

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Sun 12 May 3pm · £15

SCREENING

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RSC Live: As You Like It

Rosalind is banished, wrestling with her heart and her head. With her cousin by her side, she journeys to a world of exile where barriers are broken down and all can discover their deeper selves. Director Kimberley Sykes (Dido, Queen of Carthage) directs a riotous, exhilarating version of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy. 176 mins. Met Opera: Dialogues Des Carmélites Mon 13 May 7pm · £15; under 18s £10

SCREENING

Met Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads Poulenc’s masterpiece. As the French Revolution begins, shy Blanche, sung by mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard, becomes a novice nun under an elderly prioress – Met legend Karita Mattila. When the nuns are expelled from the convent and threatened with death, Blanche must make an agonising decision. 189 mins approx. Create a Wire Bird Tue 14 May 10am–2pm · £40

WORKSHOP

Step-by-step instructions will be given on how to sculpt with wire. You will learn to trace, join and shape coloured copper wire into a beautiful bird sculpture. Start by creating the 2D frame outline from a drawing and develop it, building layer upon layer of wire, to create your 3D bird. For ages 16+. film maltings: Fisherman’s Friends

Wed 15 May 11am [subtitles], 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9

FILM

A fast-living, cynical London music executive (Danny Mays) heads to a remote Cornish village on a stag weekend where he’s pranked by his boss (Noel Clarke) into trying to sign a group of shanty singing fishermen (led by James Purefoy). Based on the true story of the Port Isaac Fisherman’s Friends. Cert. 12A, 112 mins. box office: 01252 745444

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Over 55s Workshops with New Adventures Wednesdays 15 May, 12 June, 17 July 2pm–4pm · £8

WORKSHOP

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 Radojka Radulovic at office@new-adventures.net for more info. Shylock by Gareth Armstrong

THEATRE

Thu 16 May 7.30pm · £12 (£10 conc., £9 members); pre-show dining & ticket £21 (£19, £18); group bookings available Celebrating the richness of Shakespeare’s language and conjuring up a whole cast of characters, this dazzling, moving, often hilarious play is a fascinating exploration of Shylock and his people. Performed by Rhodri Miles (Burton and Dylan Thomas: Clown in the Moon). Age guidance 12+. Karen Alexander Nutrition Workshop: Nutrition and Lifestyle Workshop for Managing Stress

WORKSHOP

Fri 17 May 10.30am–12pm · £22 Stress is arguably one of the biggest reasons for poor health in our society and can drive many different diseases due to the problems caused by persistent high levels of stress hormones. In this workshop you will learn how to better manage stress to mitigate the potentially damaging effects. www.nutritiousroots.com Unseen Artists Sat 18 May 10am–5pm & Sun 19 May 10am–4pm · free

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Sat 18 May 10am–3pm · £50

WORKSHOP

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Summer Flowers in Wire

Artist Flora Gare will take you through step-by-step instructions on how to trace, twist and join coloured enamel coated copper wire, to create your own stunning flower. For ages 18+.

Jumbo Arm Knit Blanket

WORKSHOP

Sat 18 May 11am–1.30pm & 2.30pm–5pm · £65 incl. wool and all materials

Paula from cocoon&me will guide you through the simple art of arm knitting. Using this giant yarn is so satisfying as your knitting grows quickly and you’ll walk away with a lovely blanket (approximately 95cm x 145cm). We use extremely chunky, vegan-friendly yarn. For ages 12+. Trinity Laban Performance: Sophie Clarke Sat 18 May 1pm · £5

MUSIC

Trinity Laban Musical Theatre student, Sophie Clarke presents a concert of well-loved jazz standards, special interpretations of 20th century pop songs, and hits from the musicals. Accompanied by Natacha Hansen, saxophone, and Christopher Jeffery, piano.

Comedy Club 4 Kids

Sun 19 May 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! ‘A highlight for children... giving them a taste of some of the biggest names in comedy with the fun, rowdy feel of a real comedy club.’ – The Guardian. Age guidance 6+. box office: 01252 745444

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The Royal Ballet Live: Mixed Triple Bill Sun 19 May 2pm · £15

SCREENING

Two recent works and one world premiere showcase the contemporary face of The Royal Ballet. A mixed triple bill consisting of ‘Within the Golden Hour’, ‘Flight Pattern’ and ‘Symphony of Sorrowful Songs’, by three leading choreographers Christopher Wheeldon, Crystal Pite and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui. 195 mins approx. Mary Portas in Conversation: The Work Like A Woman Tour Tue 21 May 7.30pm · £20 incl. book

AUDIENCE WITH

Mary – retail guru, business woman and ‘Queen of Shops’ – comes to Farnham Maltings to discuss her life, her career and her new book ‘Work Like a Woman’. Drawing on decades of business experience, it’s packed with top tips and lively tales from a woman on a mission to make work a better place for everyone. From Penguin Live. film maltings: The White Crow

FILM

Wed 22 May 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members) homemade pre-film pizza +£9

Rudolf Nureyev is a member of the world-renowned Kirov Ballet Company, travelling to Paris in 1961 for his first trip outside the Soviet Union. But when confronted by the KGB he is forced to make a heart-breaking decision, one that may change the course of his life forever. Based on a true story. Directed by Ralph Fiennes. Cert. 12A, 127 mins. Adam Hess & Glenn Moore Wed 22 May 8.30pm · £12; pre-show dining & ticket £21

COMEDY

A double headline show from the two of the UK’s leading circuit comedians. Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated Adam Hess has recently been seen on Live at the BBC and Tonight at the London Palladium (ITV). As seen as on Mock the Week, Glenn Moore is a ‘class act… undoubtedly bound for greatness’ – The Herald. Age guidance 14+. 16

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Sat 25 May 9.30am–12.30pm · £40

WORKSHOP

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Introduction to Cross-Stitch

Whether you’re a complete beginner or you have cross-stitched before, this workshop is suitable for all experience levels. Just bring your current project or any materials you have and a small pair of scissors. Further items will be available to buy on the day for a small sum. For ages 18+. Japanese Calligraphy Sat 25 May 10am–1pm · £48

WORKSHOP

This workshop will cover 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). Learn how to build up these marks to create a finished piece of work. For ages 16+. Learn the Basics of Weaving Sat 25 May 10am–1pm · £45

WORKSHOP

Ideal for beginners who are interested in learning the basics of weaving on a lap loom. Weaving is a fast growing trend, is well known for its therapeutic tendencies and allows you to play with texture and colour culminating in the creation of your own wall hanging. For ages 16+. Experimental Drawing Sat 25 May 10.15am–4.15pm · £85

WORKSHOP

Learn drawing techniques with artist Julie Collins, including mark making, editing, observation, narrative and using your imagination. The workshop is designed to develop your visual sense and strengthen your work. For ages 16+.

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Demeric School of Dance ‘Cinderella’ Ballet by Angela Hardcastle

DANCE

Sat 25 May 2pm & 6.30pm & Sun 26 May 2pm · £15 (under 15s £12) Magical music takes our young dancers and their audience to a fairy tale world, where a prince is looking for a princess. Vain, outrageous step-sisters are competing for a husband and kind, down-trodden Cinderella can only dream of dancing at the Royal Ball. Enter her Fairy Godmother and things begin to change… Card Ninja presented by Makin Projects

COMEDY

HALF TERM

Tue 28 May 2pm · £8; group bookings and family tickets available

Card Ninja is a show like nothing you’ve ever seen before! Riotous fun and a sweep of high-flying card tricks can only mean one thing: Javier Jarquin, otherwise branded as Card Ninja, is back in town. Expect deadly and risky fun as he performs his extreme card-flicking stunts. You will not believe what you’re seeing. Age guidance 6+. Create a Drip Cake

Wed 29 May 10am–1pm · £60

WORKSHOP

Enjoy filling, covering and decorating your drip cake! Use buttercream to cover and fill the layered cake. Cover with chocolate ganache, fresh fruit and fondant decorations. Cake and all decorations supplied as well as a presentation box to take home. For ages 16+. film maltings: Dumbo

HALF TERM

FILM

Wed 29 May 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9

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A young elephant, whose oversized ears enable him to fly, helps save a struggling circus, but discovers dark secrets beneath its shiny veneer. From Disney and visionary director Tim Burton, Dumbo expands on the beloved classic story where differences are celebrated, family is cherished and dreams take flight. Cert. PG, 112 mins. book online: farnhammaltings.com


FILM

HALF TERM

Thu 30 May 11am, 2pm [subtitles] & 7pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members) Free child ticket with every adult ticket purchased, subsequent child tickets half price Mr Link recruits explorer Sir Lionel Frost to help find his long-lost relatives in the fabled valley of Shangri-La. Along with adventurer Adelina Fortnight, this trio of explorers travel the world to help their new friend. A globe-trotting comedy-adventure from the awardwinning animation studio, Laika. Cert. PG, 95 mins.

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film maltings: Missing Link

maltings monthly market

Sat 01 June 9am–4pm · £1; members, Instagram followers and under 15s free On the first Saturday of 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.

Summer Flowers in Wire Mon 03 June 10am–2pm · £40

WORKSHOP

Artist Flora Gare will take you through step by step instructions on how to trace, twist and join coloured enamel coated copper wire, to create your own stunning flower. For ages 16+.

NT Live: All My Sons Mon 03 June 7pm · £15

SCREENING

Broadcast from The Old Vic in London, Academy Award winner Sally Field and Bill Pullman star in Arthur Miller’s blistering drama. America, 1947. Joe and Kate Keller’s home life begins to fall apart and with the return of a figure from the past, truths are forced to the surface and the price of their American dream is laid bare. 145 mins. box office: 01252 745444

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Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz Tue 04 June 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 Exhibition on Screen: Van Gogh & Japan Tue 04 June 7.30pm · £15

SCREENING

‘I envy the Japanese’, Van Gogh wrote to his brother Theo. In the exhibition on which this film is based – Van Gogh & Japan at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam – one can see why. Though Vincent van Gogh never visited Japan it is the country that had the most profound influence on him and his art. 85 mins. film maltings: Wild Rose

FILM

Wed 05 June 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9

Fresh out of jail and with two young kids, Rose-Lynn Harlan (Jessie Buckley) dreams of making it as a country singer. Her mum Marion (Julie Walters) has had a bellyful of her daughter’s Nashville nonsense. Forced to take responsibility, Rose-Lynn gets a cleaning job, only to find an unlikely champion in the middle-class lady of the house (Sophie Okonedo). Cert. 15, 100 mins. Not Just Jazz Show

Wed 05 June 7.30pm · £10 adv. £11 door; pre-show dining & ticket £19

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MUSIC

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 book online: farnhammaltings.com


Sat 08 June 9am–5pm · £5 in advance , £7.50 on the door (under 15s free) advance tickets available until Fri 07 June. See p.22 for further details. Join us at our flagship Summer craft festival: · · · ·

Over 60 vendors to buy from and inspire your making Free talk and participation programme Relaxed and friendly atmosphere Programme of bookable workshops run by experts

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THREAD… A FESTIVAL OF TEXTILES

thread… a festival of textiles

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thread… a festival of textiles

FESTIVAL

Sat 08 June 9am–5pm · £5 until 07 June; £7.50 on the door (under 15s free)

Enjoy a sociable and inspiring day with like-minded textile enthusiasts. Buy artisan fabrics, patterns and haberdashery for your own projects, or handcrafted work from textile artists and makers. A day ticket includes access to the marketplace, talks, demos and participation sessions. For exhibitor listing and bookable workshops visit craft.farnhammaltings.com Be Happy, Harry Hippo! by Hodgepodge Theatre

THEATRE

Sun 09 June 11am & 2pm · £8; group bookings and family tickets available

Harry Hippo has lost his smile and can’t seem to get it back. What will he do? Join Hodgepodge Theatre on their quest to deliver the ultimate pick-me-up to one of the world’s most massive mammals. They’ll need all the help they can get as they take Harry on a journey to remember all of the things that make him smile and what makes him truly happy. Winner of ‘Best Kids Show’ at the Swindon Fringe Festival, 2018. For ages 3+. FAOS Musical Theatre Group: Titanic the Musical

THEATRE

Wed 12 – Sat 15 June 7.30pm · Sat mat. 2.30pm £16 with reductions for U16s, students and groups; Wed tickets £10; pre-show dining +£9

A modern musical masterpiece about a tragedy that launched a legend. With characters based on the real victims and survivors of the disaster, Titanic the Musical is a stunning and stirring production focusing on the hopes, dreams and aspirations of her passengers and crew. Fully staged with a live orchestra. Age guidance 6+ with parental guidance. Stand-Up Comedy Club

COMEDY

Wed 12 June 8.30pm · £8 (£9 on door); curry & comedy £17 (served 7.30pm–8.30pm)

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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+. book online: farnhammaltings.com


COMEDY

Thu 13 June 11.30am · £12 (£13 on the door); bar open, baby snacks available

JUNE

Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club

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 comic will be performing their usual adult material, which is why we have a 12 month upper age limit for our little laughers. The Tempest by The HandleBards

THEATRE

Thu 13 June 1.30pm and 7.30pm · £12 (£10 conc., £9 members); pre-show dining & ticket £21 (£19, £18); group bookings available Following last year’s sell-out performance, join The HandleBards’ all-female troupe for a bicycle-powered production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest like none other. In usual HandleBards style, expect riotous energy, a fair old whack of chaos, and a great deal of laughter. This is an outdoor production, so dress for the weather! Age guidance 8+.

Make a Ruffle Cake Fri 14 June 10am–1pm · £55

WORKSHOP

Split, fill and cover your cake with a crumb layer, then add ‘ruffles’ in coloured buttercream icing. Make beautiful decorations to add. Cake, decorations, and all materials supplied, as well as a presentation box to take home. Please contact Coral on 07708 074112 or email Rexturan@googlemail.com if you have any questions or queries. For ages 16+. Karen Alexander: Nutrition Workshop Nutrition for Managing Pre, Peri and Post Menopause

WORKSHOP

Fri 14 June 10.30am–12pm · £22 This workshop is open to all women, but is especially for those over 35, or who are experiencing menopausal symptoms. Exploring how natural, complementary nutrition and hormone support can provide you with vitality and hormonal well-being during this transitional time. www.nutritiousroots.com box office: 01252 745444

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Learn the Basics of Needle Punching Sat 15 June 10am–12.30pm · £40

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Ideal for beginners who are interested in learning how to use the punch needle and how to transfer your chosen design on to fabric. Choose from a selection of designs for inspiration or draw your own. Learn how to combine different yarns so you can create different effects and textures. For ages 16+. Frame Weaving Workshop Sat 15 June 10am–1pm · £48

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Create your own tapestry using a frame loom and a selection of natural dyed yarns in your favourite colours. This rewarding workshop will teach you the process of weaving, how to set up a warp and weave and various techniques including patterns and fringes. For ages 16+. Vintage Fashion Fair Sat 15 June 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. Watercolour & Ink Sat 15 June 10am–4pm · £85

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Learn to be more confident in your watercolour, develop your visual sense and strengthen your work with artist Julie Collins. This class will cover working with ink and watercolour, composition, colour mixing, editing, observation, and using your imagination. For ages 16+.

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Mon 17 June 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members)

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JUNE

film maltings 1969: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

Continuing our series of classic films from 1969, as part of our 50th anniversary celebrations. A headstrong young teacher (Maggie Smith) in a private school in 1930s Edinburgh ignores the curriculum and influences her impressionable 12 year old charges with her over-romanticised world view. Cert. 12A, 113 mins. The Royal Ballet Live: Romeo & Juliet Tue 18 June 7.15pm · £15

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Since its 1965 premiere with The Royal Ballet, Kenneth MacMillan’s Romeo and Juliet has become a modern ballet classic. The choreography captures the emotions of the young couple as they fall in love, despite the barriers that finally bring about the story’s tragic end. 195 mins approx. film maltings: Red Joan

Wed 19 June 11am, 3pm & 8pm [subtitles] · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9

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Joan Stanley’s (Judi Dench) contented suburban retirement is suddenly disrupted in 2000 when she’s arrested by MI5 and accused of providing intelligence to communist Russia. Flashback to 1938, when she was working at a top-secret nuclear research facility and had a difficult choice to make. Cert. 12A, 101 mins. Karen Alexander: Nutrition Workshop The Power of Nutrition in Female Hormone Balance

WORKSHOP

Thu 20 June 10.30am–12pm · £22 Hormones play a crucial role in health and when out of balance can cause symptoms such as weight gain, mood disorders, fatigue, insomnia, infertility, depression and anxiety. This workshop will help your understanding around what could be driving your symptoms and how changing your nutrition and lifestyle could create a healthier happier monthly cycle. box office: 01252 745444

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Cacti Cupcakes Fri 21 June 10am–12pm · £38

WORKSHOP

Enjoy this new way of decorating cupcakes with different types of cactus. Construct your ‘garden’ topping in buttercream. Use royal icing to add the details to your cakes, to make them look realistic. All materials supplied, as well as a presentation box. For ages 16+.

Circles in the Sand by Tam Tam Theatre with Half Moon

Fri 21 June 10am, 11.30am, 2pm · £15 for one adult and one baby, £8 additional tickets; bundle offer available on early year performances

THEATRE

This intimate, imaginative and captivating show provides the perfect introduction to theatre for the very young. Afterwards, everyone is invited onto the stage to delight in the feel of the sand. Limited capacity. For ages 0–3. Angela Barnes: Rose-Tinted

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

COMEDY

Following another sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Angela Barnes (Live at the Apollo, Mock The Week, BBC R4’s The News Quiz) is back with her brand new show, Rose-Tinted. With stand-up and stories, Angela is trying, really trying, to look on the bright side of life. ‘Extremely funny comic’ – The Guardian. Age guidance 14+. Copper Embossing Sat 22 June 10am–3pm · £60

WORKSHOP

The process of embossing copper is the technique of creating designs in the metal through stamping, piercing, folding or hammering. Copper is a common choice for embossing because it is malleable and perfect for beginners. Create pieces to frame or mount on to wood. For ages 16+.

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Sat 22 June 10am–4.30pm · £75

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Introduction to Mount Cutting

Great for beginners or anyone wanting to refresh their mount cutting skills. Learn to cut accurate, bespoke single mounts using a handheld mount cutter. Calculate sizes so you can fit your pictures into ready-made or existing frames. Take home several mounted pictures ready to drop in a frame. For ages 18+. Classical Recital: Trinity Laban Sat 22 June 1pm · £5

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. Little Grimm Tales by Box Tale Soup

Sat 22 June 11am & 2pm · £8; group bookings & family tickets available

THEATRE

Beasts and breadcrumbs, frogs and fairies all join the fun in a stunning new adaptation of the Grimms’ most magical tales. Following their successful tour of Wind in the Willows, join award-winning Box Tale Soup on an adventure featuring beautiful puppets and spellbinding original music. Age guidance 3–7 years. An Evening of Limitless Guitar

Sat 22 June 8pm · £12 (£14 on the door); pre-show dining & ticket £21

MUSIC

Returning after a sell-out show in 2014, three of the UK’s most exciting guitarists and composers take to the stage to entertain, shock and move you beyond the known limits of guitar music. Grammy Award winner Amrit Sond, classical guitarist Roland Chadwick and the boundary-breaking Chris Woods perform.

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The Northern Ballet: Victoria Tue 25 June 7pm · £15

SCREENING

In celebration of her bicentenary year, Northern Ballet’s major new production brings the sensational story of Queen Victoria to life in dance. Choreographed by Cathy Marston, creator of Northern Ballet’s acclaimed Jane Eyre, Victoria reveals the passion, tragedy and fierce devotion of one of Britain’s most iconic monarchs, told through the eyes of her youngest child Beatrice. 120 mins. film maltings: Tolkien

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Wed 26 & Thu 27 June multiple screenings incl relaxed and parent & baby · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9

Tolkien explores the formative years of the orphaned author as he finds friendship, love and artistic inspiration among a group of fellow outcasts at school. At the outbreak of World War I, which threatens to tear the ‘fellowship’ apart, these experiences would inspire his famous Middle-Earth novels. Awaiting certification. NT Live: Small Island Thu 27 June 7pm · £15; pre-show dining & ticket £24

SCREENING

Andrea Levy’s Orange Prize-winning novel Small Island comes to life in an epic new theatre adaptation. Experience the play in cinemas, filmed live on stage as part of National Theatre Live’s 10th birthday. Hope and humanity meet stubborn reality as the play traces the tangled history of Jamaica and the UK. 170 mins. Edinburgh Fringe Previews: Mark Simmons & Matt Rees Fri 28 June 8pm · £10 (£8 conc.); pre-show dining & ticket £19 (£17)

COMEDY

RBM presents two rising stars of the comedy world previewing their latest material ahead of this year’s Edinburgh Festival. The ‘absolutely hilarious’ (The Guardian) Mark Simmons and ‘comedian to watch’ (The Times) Matt Rees take to the stage. 28

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what’s on: film maltings These are exciting times for film at the Maltings. For the first time ever we will be transforming our courtyard into an outdoor cinema. This summer we have two classic films to experience like never before, come rain or come shine. See p47 to discover more. Also brand new for summer 2019 are our parent and baby screenings These extra film showings are designed to offer a comfortable and welcoming environment for parents with babies, at an accessible time. Returning for its third season is our programme of relaxed screenings. Marked in the brochure, audiences are invited to enjoy the film in an environment accessible to those with additional needs. You can find out more on our access page (link below). Once again, kids go free to the movies on Thursday films. Enjoy a free child ticket for every adult ticket purchased for one of our fantastic family films (subsequent child tickets are half price).

For more info: farnhammaltings.com/venue/access


JUNE

Introduction to Freehand Machine Embroidery Sat 29 June 10am–1pm · £40

WORKSHOP

Have fun drawing with your sewing machine and create designs using the fabrics and templates provided. Learn techniques including thread sketching and raw edge appliqué. Suitable for beginners. Please bring a sewing machine with the ability to free motion and a basic sewing kit including black thread. For ages 16+. Introduction to Felt Jewellery Sat 29 June 10am–4pm · £65

WORKSHOP

Join international tutor Sarah Waters and spend the day creating an array of felted jewellery using a variety of wonderful colours of merino fleece. Sarah will demonstrate a variety of wet felting techniques, and how to manipulate the fibres to produce loops, cords and pockets. Create your own beautiful pieces to take home. For ages 16+. Sing-a-Long-a The Greatest Showman

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Sat 29 June 2pm & 8pm · £16 adult, £12 under 16s; pre-show dining & ticket (£25, £21) The producers of Sing-a-Long-a Grease bring you their newest show, the smash hit film musical The Greatest Showman! The live host will teach a unique set of dance moves, show you how to use our interactive prop bags, before settling in to watch the film with lyrics on the screen. Fancy dress is strongly encouraged. Please note this is a screening of the hit movie and not a live stage show. Cert. PG. Papercutting Sat 29 June 2.30pm–5.30pm · £30

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Create lots of beautiful paper cut artworks – perfect for the home or to be given as gifts! Using the templates provided you will be shown the techniques involved, plus how to mount your finished pieces and have a go at designing your own. For ages 18+.

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Sun 30 June 5.30pm · £15

SCREENING

A brand new production directed by critically-acclaimed actor and director Fiona Shaw (Harry Potter, Killing Eve), the classic Cinderella story is told with composer Massenet’s sensuous and lavish score. Glyndebourne favourite and international star Danielle de Niese plays the titular role in this glittering and colourful opera. Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz Tue 02 July 1pm–2pm · £8 (pay on the door)

JUNE · JULY

Glyndebourne: Cinderella

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 RSC Live: The Taming of the Shrew Tue 02 July 7pm · £15

SCREENING

In a reimagined 1590, England is a matriarchy. Baptista Minola is seeking to sell off her son Katherine to the highest bidder. Cue an explosive battle of the sexes in this electrically charged love story. Justin Audibert (Snow in Midsummer) offers a fresh perspective on its portrayal of hierarchy and power. 170 mins. film maltings: Vox Lux

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Wed 03 July 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9 In 1999 teenage sisters Celeste and Eleanor compose a song about a seismic tragedy, which catapults Celeste (Natalie Portman) to stardom. By 2017, she is mother to a teenage daughter and struggling to navigate a career fraught with scandals when an act of terrifying violence demands her attention. Cert. 15, 115 mins. box office: 01252 745444

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Not Just Jazz Show

Wed 03 July 7.30pm · £10 adv. £11 door; pre-show dining & ticket £19

MUSIC

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 grills & guitars: Dessie Magee Fri 05 July 8.30pm · free; BBQ £9 (book by noon Thu 04 July)

MUSIC

Opening our season of free live music every Friday night in July and August. Brightonbased Irish troubadour Dessie Magee is a modern folk-rock singer-songwriter who incorporates elements of rock, blues, punk and soul. His sound is described as a mixture between Frank Turner and Kings of Leon. Dessie’s passionate and energetic performance promises to take any audience on an unforgettable journey. maltings monthly market

Sat 06 July 9am–4pm · £1; members, Instagram followers and under 15s free On the first Saturday of 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.

Surrey County Youth Orchestra Summer Concert Sun 07 July 3pm · £8 (£6 conc. )

MUSIC

Come and enjoy an afternoon concert performed by Surrey County Youth Orchestra, a full symphony orchestra comprising around 60 talented instrumentalists from all parts of Surrey.

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THEATRE

Tue 09 July 7.30pm · £12 (£10 conc., £9 members); group bookings available

JULY

Posting Letters to the Moon with Lucy Fleming and Simon Williams

A romantic, funny and touching portrait of life during the early 1940s featuring readings of the wartime letters between Oscar-nominated actress Celia Johnson (Brief Encounter) and her explorer and writer husband Peter Fleming (brother of James Bond creator Ian Fleming), posted to India and the Far East working for Military Intelligence. Age guidance 10+. film maltings: Beats

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Wed 10 July 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £4 members); homemade pre-film curry +£9 Set in 1994, just as the Criminal Justice Bill attempted to place restrictions on Scotland’s rave culture and the free party movement, Beats is story of friendship, rebellion and the irresistible power of gathered youth. A universal coming-of-age story, set to a soundtrack as eclectic and electrifying as the scene it gave birth to. Awaiting certification. Stand-Up Comedy Club

COMEDY

Wed 10 July 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 Thu 11 July 11.30am · £12 (£13 on the door)

COMEDY

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 comic will be performing their usual adult material, which is why we have a 12 month upper age limit for our little laughers. box office: 01252 745444

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grills & guitars: Steph Richardson Duo Fri 12 July 8.30pm · free; BBQ £9 (book by noon Thu 11 July)

MUSIC

Join this dynamic duo for an evening of bass, voice and a bit of ukulele. Jazz vocalist Steph Richardson and bassist Craig Ferguson will perform jazz and soul with some original songs thrown in. It’s rare to hear the intimacy of music stripped back, so don’t miss this unique opportunity. Japanese Shibori with Indigo Dye Sat 13 July 10am–1pm · £48

WORKSHOP

This workshop will teach you how to use a needle, cloth and dye to create a series of experimental samples. Explore a variety of ways to create shibori by wrapping, stitching, folding and twisting to make your own unique handkerchief. The same techniques can be applied to create larger artworks. For ages 16+. Create a Wire Bird Sculpture Sat 13 July 10am–3pm · £50

WORKSHOP

Step-by-step instructions will be given on how to sculpt with wire, learning to trace, join and shape coloured copper wire into a beautiful bird sculpture. Start by creating the 2D frame outline from a drawing and develop it, building layer upon layer of wire, to create your 3D bird. For ages 16+. Weave a Willow Hare Sat 13 July 10am–4pm · £70 (£56 for students and under 18s)

WORKSHOP

Spend a fun day learning the art of willow sculpture with local basket maker, Judith Needham, and take home a life-sized hare to enhance your garden or perhaps give as a unique gift. Other animals or birds are possible or experiment with abstract sculpture. Suitable for adults and ages 14+.

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Farnham Maltings, The Dance Movement, New Adventures and Stopgap Dance Company are proud to present an afternoon of dance in partnership with Farnham Town Council. Dance in the Meadow is an exciting mix of live dance performances by children, young people and adults in a range of styles including contemporary, jazz, urban and African. There will also be dynamic workshops for everyone to get involved, and special performances by professional dance companies. The perfect way to spend a summer’s day!

DANCE IN THE MEADOW

Dance in the Meadow: Sun 14 July 1pm–5pm · free

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film maltings 1969: Oh! What a Lovely War Mon 15 July 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members)

FILM

This classic comedy-musical film was Richard Attenborough’s directorial debut in 1969. The working-class Smiths change their initially sunny views on World War I after the three boys of the family witness the harsh reality of trench warfare. Featuring cameos from Maggie Smith and Laurence Olivier. Cert. PG, 137 mins. film maltings: Rocketman

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Wed 17 & Thu 18 July multiple screenings incl relaxed and parent & baby £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9 (Wed only) The only way to tell his story is to live his fantasy. Rocketman is an epic musical about the uncensored human story of Elton John’s breakthrough years, starring Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell, Richard Madden and Bryce Dallas Howard. Awaiting certification. maltings night market Fri 19 July 6.30pm · free

Browse stalls from local craftspeople, artists, and food and drink producers at our inaugural maltings night market. Enjoy the live music of grills & guitars, feast on street food or BBQ and join us at the communal tables. It is certain to be a fun opportunity to meet up with friends, soak up the atmosphere and sample the best of what the area has to offer. grills & guitars: Days Are Done Fri 19 July 8.30pm · free; BBQ £9 (book by noon Thu 18 July)

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Hailing from Kingston-upon-Thames, Emmy Kay and Adam Lewis’ sound is a distinct mix of classic pop and folk songwriting. A single and four EPs have brought live sessions for BBC Radio 2, The Telegraph and even Grand Ole Opry-owned WSM Radio in Nashville. Previous shows have included Glastonbury Festival and opening for Michael Kiwanuka. 36

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Sat 20 July 10am–3pm · £75

WORKSHOP

JULY

Wood Carving and Pyrography Art

Spend the day using new tools and explore different techniques to create birch tree and fern wood art panels, then get creative with your own design. Learn about using various carving gouges, pyrography machines and which wood to source so that you can easily create your own at home afterwards. For ages 16+. Beginners’ Silver Clay Jewellery Sat 20 July 10am–5pm · £80

WORKSHOP

Learn how to shape and texture the clay in the morning. Following lunch (when the clay will dry), we will fire and polish the clay to shiny silver. 5 grams of silver art clay is included. More clay and chains will be available to purchase on the day. For ages 18+.

Gyles Brandreth: Break a Leg Sat 20 July 7.30pm · £20

COMEDY

They say all political careers end in tears. In Brandreth’s case it’s tears of laughter as the actor, author, ex-MP, One Show reporter and QI, Have I Got News For You and Countdown star is back on tour with his new show celebrating all things theatrical. *****‘A master raconteur’ – The Telegraph. For ages 12+. Creating a Stunning Wedding Gown Mon 22 – Wed 24 July 10am–4pm · £450 (three-day workshop)

WORKSHOP

A three-day workshop with Terry Fox – an award-winning bridalwear designer. You will learn a collection of amazing techniques, as used in the trade, to create beautiful dresses for modern day trends. From bodice construction to working with sheers and fine laces for the application of overlays, sleeves and necklines. Also discover the secrets of inner control, fastenings and beaded lace detailing. www.terryfox.co.uk box office: 01252 745444

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Glyndebourne: The Barber of Seville Tue 23 July 7pm · £15

SCREENING

Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy. Figaro, the renowned Barber of Seville, has a cunning that knows no bounds. His playful energy is brought to life in director Annabel Arden’s sparkling and springing production. This is also another chance to catch Danielle de Niese who plays the determined Rosina. film maltings: Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile

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Wed 24 July 11am [subtitles], 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9 A chronicle of the crimes of Ted Bundy, from the perspective of his long-time girlfriend, Elizabeth Kloepfer, who refused to believe the truth about him for years. Starring Zac Efron and Lily Collins. Premiered at Sundance Film Festival 2019. Awaiting certification. NT Live: The Lehman Trilogy Thu 25 July 7pm · £15; pre-show dining & ticket £24

SCREENING

The story of a family and a company that changed the world, told in three parts on a single evening. Academy Award winner Sam Mendes (Skyfall) directs Simon Russell Beale, Adam Godley and Ben Miles who play the Lehman Brothers, their sons and grandsons. Broadcast live from London’s West End as part of NT Live’s 10th Birthday season. grills & guitars: Harry Miller Fri 26 July 8.30pm · free; BBQ £9 (book by noon Thu 25 July)

MUSIC

Performing a stripped back, solo performance, expect a tasteful array of delicate guitar riffs, accompanied by soulful vocals with jazzy melody lines and stark, honest lyrics. Harry’s songs drift through a spectrum with a constant flow of beautiful perspective into his vivid psyche. At the heart of it all, there lies fantastic song craft and pure feeling. 38

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Sat 27 July 10am–4pm · £85

WORKSHOP

JULY

Etching and Photo-Etching with Copper for Jewellery

Learn how to etch and photo-etch copper. This workshop will allow experimentation with a variety of resists to create different effects. Participants should aim to create a number of samples; time permitting it may be possible to make a simple bangle, pendant, bookmark or pair of earrings. For ages 18+. Macramé Plant Hanger Sat 27 July 11am–1pm · £35

WORKSHOP

Ideal for beginners who are interested in learning the basics of macramé. The tutor will demonstrate a handful of knotting techniques, and show you how to get started on your plant hanger. You will design and create your own macramé plant hanger to take away. For ages 16+. Fine Finishing used in the Bridal Industry Mon 29 – Tue 30 July 10am–4pm · £300 (2-day workshop)

WORKSHOP

Cram-packed with tips and techniques for working with the finest of fabrics from lovely fine silks to various laces. Including cutting, interlayering, marking, stitching and shape manipulation. Adding seam finishes, a range of fastenings, button loops, hems and expert pressing techniques. www.terryfox.co.uk film maltings: Late Night

FILM

Wed 31 July 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9

A late-night talk show host’s world is turned upside down when she hires her first female staff writer. Originally intended to smooth over diversity concerns, her decision brings about unexpectedly hilarious consequences as the two women become united by their love of a biting punchline. Starring Emma Thompson. Awaiting certification. box office: 01252 745444

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film maltings: Aladdin

FILM

Thu 01 August 11am, 2pm [subtitles] & 7pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members) Free child ticket with every adult ticket purchased, subsequent child tickets half price. A thrilling and vibrant live-action adaptation of Disney’s animated classic, the exciting tale of the charming street rat Aladdin, the courageous and self-determined Princess Jasmine and the Genie who may be the key to their future. Directed by Guy Ritchie and starring Will Smith. Awaiting certification. grills & guitars: Grizzly Rhys Morgan

Fri 02 August 8.30pm · free; BBQ £9 (book by noon Thu 01 August)

MUSIC

An accomplished singer, songwriter and guitarist, Grizzly has been entertaining audiences across the south of England for most of his life. His distinctive raw vocals and original music ranges from folk songs to foot-stomping Roots & Blues tunes that keep his loyal followers coming back for more. ‘Raw, rootsy and original’ – Wille and the Bandits. maltings monthly market

Sat 03 August 9am–4pm · £1; members, Instagram followers and under 15s free On the first Saturday of 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 06 August 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 40

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FILM

Wed 07 August 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9

Gloria (Julianne Moore) is a free-spirited divorcée who spends her days at a straight-laced office job and her nights on the dance floor. After meeting Arnold (John Turturro) she finds herself thrust into an unexpected new romance, filled with both the joys of budding love and the complications of dating, identity and family. Cert. 15, 102 mins. Not Just Jazz Show

AUGUST

film maltings: Gloria Bell

MUSIC

Wed 07 August 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 film maltings: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

FILM

Thu 08 August 11am, 2pm & 7pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members) Free child ticket with every adult ticket purchased, subsequent child tickets half price The creative minds behind The Lego Movie and 21 Jump Street bring their unique talents to a fresh vision of a different Spider-Man Universe, with a ground-breaking visual style. Winner of the 2019 Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. Cert. PG, 117 mins. grills & guitars: Vicki Sayers

Fri 09 August 8.30pm · free; BBQ £9 (book by noon Thu 08 August)

MUSIC

Vicki plays pop, rock and jazz with rhythmic guitar sections, a loop pedal and cajon to help bring songs to life. She can often be found busking in Windsor and London as well as festivals around the south of England. Her biggest shows to date include performances at Central Hall Westminster, Hard Rock Café and The Troubadour, London. box office: 01252 745444

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Enamelling with Stencils for Jewellery Sat 10 August 10am–4pm · £85

WORKSHOP

Learn how to use enamel to add colour to jewellery, using stencils. This workshop will allow experimentation with vitreous enamel on copper. Create your own copper shapes to make a variety of samples using different coloured enamels. If time permits these can be made into a pair of earrings or a pendant. For ages 18+. Glyndebourne: The Magic Flute Sun 11 August 3pm · £15

SCREENING

Mozart’s most magical comedy of The Magic Flute returns to Glyndebourne for the first time in over a decade. This new production by the renowned directing/design duo Barbe & Doucet promises to take a fresh and playful look at the opera’s troublesome gender politics. film maltings 1969: Midnight Cowboy Mon 12 August 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £4 members)

FILM

Convinced of his irresistible appeal to women, Texas dishwasher Joe Buck (Jon Voight) quits his job and heads for New York City, where he meets Dickensian layabout Enrico ‘Ratso’ Rizzo (Dustin Hoffman). The two form a rough alliance, and together they kickstart Joe’s hustling career just as Ratso’s health begins to deteriorate. Cert. 18, 113 mins. film maltings: Sometimes Always Never

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Wed 14 August 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film curry +£9

Sometimes Always Never is a drama about words and loss. It tells the story of family with an exceptional Scrabble vocabulary who cannot put their words to use and communicate with each other, and their journey to reconnect. Starring Bill Nighy and Tom Riley. Screenplay by Frank Cottrell-Boyce. Cert. 12A, 87 mins. 42

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COMEDY

Wed 14 August 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+.

film maltings: Toy Story 4

AUGUST

Stand-Up Comedy Club

FILM

Thu 15 August 11am, 2pm & 7pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members) Free child ticket with every adult ticket purchased, subsequent child tickets half price The next instalment in the iconic Disney-Pixar series. Woody’s main priority in his world is taking care of his kid, be that Andy or Bonnie. But when Bonnie adds a reluctant new toy called ‘Forky’ to her room, a road trip adventure alongside old and new friends will show Woody how big the world can be for a toy. Awaiting certification. grills & guitars: Zach Johnson

Fri 16 August 8.30pm · free; BBQ £9 (book by noon Thu 15 August)

MUSIC

Zach Johnson is a singer-songwriter from south-east England, writing lyrically-driven indie folk tunes featuring his intricate guitar playing and powerful vocals. He has been touring extensively for the last three years, performing all over the country to great response. Most recently, Zach completed his own tour in support of the single, ‘Small Town’. Painting with Fibre Sat 17 August 10am–4pm · £50

WORKSHOP

Creating an image with wool fibres, yarns and fabrics is a fun alternative approach to traditional painting. Using the wet felting and needle felting process to experiment with colour mixing and mark making to make something truly unique is an experience that will stretch and feed your creativity. For ages 16+. box office: 01252 745444

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Make a Silver Bookmark or Pendant Sat 17 August 10am–4pm · £85

WORKSHOP

Create a beautiful silver pendant or a bookmark for yourself (or as a gift) whilst learning how to work creatively with metal. Use techniques such as piercing, texturing, soldering, forming and polishing. This workshop is aimed at adults and is a great introduction to jewellery making. For ages 18+. RSC Live: Measure for Measure Tue 20 August 7pm · £15

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Artistic director, Gregory Doran, directs this new production. When a young novice nun is compromised by a corrupt official who offers to save her brother from execution in return for sex, she has no idea where to turn for help. When she threatens to expose him, he tells her that no one would believe her. film maltings: Yesterday

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Tue 20 & Wed 21 August multiple screenings incl. relaxed and parent & baby · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9 From Academy Award winning director Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis, comes a rock‘n’roll comedy about music, dreams, friendship, and the long and winding road that leads to the love of your life. Awaiting certification. film maltings: Fighting With My Family

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Thu 22 August 11am, 2pm & 7pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members) Free child ticket with every adult ticket purchased, subsequent child tickets half price Based on a true story, reformed gangster Ricky and his family make a living wrestling in tiny venues. When the children get an opportunity to try out for WWE, the family grabs the chance to turn their wildest dreams into a dazzling future. Directed by and starring Stephen Merchant, alongside Dwayne Johnson and Nick Frost. Cert. 12A, 108 mins. 44

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Fri 23 August 8.30pm · free; BBQ £9 (book by noon Thu 22 August)

MUSIC

Indie pop singer-songwriter Betsa has played at venues such as The Boileroom, The Electric Theatre and Tobacco Dock for BBC Introducing Live. Her music takes inspiration from bands Paramore, Fickle Friends and Chvrches, with hints of Fleetwood Mac.

Block Printing for Textiles

Sat 24 August 10am–4pm · £60

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grills & guitars: Betsa Collins

WORKSHOP

Create your own unique textiles, cutting an original design on to lino and learning techniques for printing on to fabric. This historic process is a lovely way to experiment with colour and pattern that will enable you to produce a set of small artworks on fabric and all the skills to create larger works. For ages 16+. Pearl Stringing and Knotting

Sat 24 August 10am–4pm · £85

WORKSHOP

Learn pearl stringing, knotting and fitting a clasp to 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. No previous experience is needed. For ages 18+.

Demeric School of Dance – Summer Dance Workshop Wed 28 – Fri 30 August 8.45am–12.30pm · £49

DANCE

A fun-filled dance workshop for children aged 5+ including Street Dance, Musical Theatre, Bollywood and Irish to Acro. No dance experience needed, emphasis is on having fun and trying lots of different styles of dancing. www.demericdance.co.uk

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film maltings: Vita and Virginia

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Wed 28 August 11am, 3pm & 8pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members); homemade pre-film pizza +£9 When socialite Vita Sackville-West (Gemma Arterton) and literary icon Virginia Woolf (Elizabeth Debicki) cross paths, the magnetic Vita decides Virginia will be her next conquest. They embark on an unconventional affair alongside their contemporary marriages, inspiring one of Virginia’s most iconic novels, ‘Orlando’. Awaiting certification. film maltings: The Lion King

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Thu 29 August 11am [subtitles], 2pm & 7pm · £7 (£6 conc., £5 under 15s, £4 members) Free child ticket with every adult ticket purchased, subsequent child tickets half price Director Jon Favreau’s all-new The Lion King journeys to the African savanna where a future king must overcome betrayal and tragedy to assume his rightful place on Pride Rock. Cast includes Donald Glover as Simba and Beyoncé as Nala. Awaiting certification. Mosaic Art Shard for the Garden Fri 30 August 10am–4pm · £90

WORKSHOP

Join award-winning artist Denise Jaques – Mosaic Happy – to create a beautiful piece of shimmering mosaic artwork for your garden. You will have the opportunity to explore colour, texture and design, and learn to cut, shape and set mosaic tiles. Your mosaic will be grouted for you after the workshop. For ages 18+. grills & guitars: The Tropics Duo and Aspen Carruthers

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Fri 30 August 8.30pm · free (ticket required); BBQ £9 (book by noon Thu 29 August) A double headliner to close the season. Opening the first half, Emily and Lily from band The Tropics will entertain you with their unique acoustic mix of original tracks and favourite pop rock covers. Closing the night will be Aspen Carruthers, who holds the title of ‘Best Female Vocalist’ for the South West Entertainment Awards 2016. 46

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WORKSHOP

Sat 31 August 10am–3pm · £60 Learn the ancient Indian technique of soap stone carving. Due to the soft malleable nature of the stone it is perfect for beginners to shape the stone into an animal, a decorative sculpture or 2D decorative carving. Ruth will guide you through the creative process of shaping, detailed carving, sanding and polishing. For ages 16+. Mosaic Garden Mirror Sat 31 August 10am–4pm · £90

AUGUST

Indian Soap Stone Carving

WORKSHOP

Join award winning artist Denise Jaques – Mosaic Happy – to create a beautiful piece of shimmering mosaic artwork for your garden. You will have the opportunity to explore colour, texture and design and learn to cut, shape and set mosaic tiles. Your mosaic will be grouted for you after the workshop. For ages 18+. outdoor cinema: Saturday Night Fever Sat 31 August 8pm · from £10

FILM

Opening our brand new weekend of outdoor cinema taking place in our atmospheric courtyard. Come rain or shine, join us for a night under the stars watching the 1977 classic starring John Travolta and featuring the music of the Bee Gees. Features will include a bespoke dining offer and multiple seating options. Cert. 18, 114 mins. outdoor cinema: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Sun 01 September 8pm · from £10

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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 in our courtyard. Sit back and relax on one of the many seating options that will be on offer as well as tasting the family-friendly dining option. Cert. U, 114 mins.

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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 summer 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 · exhibitions This summer we look to go back to our roots and take our visitors on a journey through the history of Farnham, in an exhibition titled A Brief History of Farnham. Opening in June, Chapter 1 of the exhibition The Ground Beneath Our Feet explores prehistoric Farnham, through to the Civil War using archaeological finds. Then in August, Chapter 2 opens – A Georgian at 38 West Street, telling the story of Georgian Farnham using a set dressed room in the museum. Learn more about the house itself and the people of the town. Chapter 3 – God Save the Queens will open in October and take you from the beginning of Queen Victoria’s reign through to today’s times under Queen Elizabeth II. As the warmer weather arrives, so does our pop-up café now called The Secret Garden Café. Enjoy tea, coffee and delicious cakes in a tranquil setting on every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday between 12pm–4pm in the summer. A Brief History of Farnham

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Chapter 1

The Ground Beneath our Feet opening 04 June Tue – Sat, 10am–5pm weekly: free

Chapter 2

A Georgian in 38 West Street opening 06 August Tue – Sat, 10am–5pm weekly: free

Chapter 3

God Save the Queens opening October – more details in the Autumn brochure

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Young Archaeologists’ Club

Saturdays 25 May & 29 June 11am–12.30pm & 2pm–3.30pm · £10 for 2 sessions Join us for a fantastic, fun-filled summer of archaeology. Booking essential, contact the museum 01252 715094. For ages 8–13.

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Exciting Explorers!

Wed 29 & Thu 30 May 10.30am–12.30pm & 1.30pm–3.30pm · £3 per child Take a trip to some of the undiscovered lands of the world with famous explorers of old! Find out a little bit about them and try out some arts and crafts from the places they discovered. All materials included and children must be accompanied by an adult. For ages 3–8. Meet the Anglo-Saxons Wed 24 July 10.30am–12pm · £6 per child

To celebrate the opening of our new exhibition, join us for an engaging session exploring everyday Anglo-Saxon life. Find out about Saxon medicine, eat Saxon bread, try on Saxon clothes and train to be a Saxon warrior. For ages 5–11. Booking essential, contact amanda.pettey@farnhammaltings.com or 01252 715 094. Crafternoons – Summer Fun

Thursdays 25 July, 01 August, 08 August & 22 August 2pm–4pm · £1 per child Join us for ‘Summer Fun’ inspired art and craft. Drop in any time from 2pm–4pm. All materials included. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Please note that you may have to wait, if the Garden Gallery is full. For ages 3-8. find out more: museumoffarnham.com

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museum of farnham: getting involved Finding Farnham Festival Sat 03 August 11am–4pm · free

Join us in the garden as we celebrate the completion of Surrey Archaeological Society’s HLF funded Hidden Heritage project. A fun-filled day for all the family: try your hand at excavation, immerse yourself in living history, and explore a host of other archaeological activities. Suitable for all ages, please drop in any time between 11am & 4pm. Bug Hunt

Wed 07 August 2pm–3.30pm & Wed 21 August 10.30am–12pm · £6 per child Join us for a family-friendly, fun and informative session in our beautiful garden. Explore the amazing world of insects, take part in a minibeast safari and build a bug hotel. All materials included. For ages 5–11. Booking essential, contact amanda.pettey@farnhammaltings.com or 01252 715 094. Art & Design Workshop Wed 14 & Thu 15 August 10am–4pm · £160 ( for both days)

A fun and creative two day workshop for anyone studying GCSE or ‘A’ Level Art or Textiles. Work alongside professional designers Rowena Bristow and Lesley O’Hara of Rowena Studios, explore new skills and experiment with printing and drawing techniques. Booking essential, contact amanda.pettey@farnhammaltings.com or 01252 715 094. Meet the Tudors Wed 28 August 10.30am–12pm · £6 per child

An exciting hands-on workshop exploring everyday life in Tudor times. Find out about Tudor medicine, try on Tudor clothes, make a Tudor ‘tussie mussie’ and learn a Tudor dance. For ages 5–11. Booking essential, contact amanda.pettey@farnhammaltings.com or 01252 715 094. 52

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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. Visit our website or contact the Venue Coordinator on 01252 745409 or hiring@farnhammaltings.com

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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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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

29 Apr – 22 Jul (no class 27 May) 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 information contact admin@stopgapdance.com or 01252 745443.

Tuesdays

Youth Contemporary Dance

30 Apr – 23 Jul (no class 28 May) 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

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Wednesdays

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 www.perform.org.uk

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Demeric School of Dance 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 www.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

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Wednesdays

After School Pottery Club

01–29 May & 19 Jun – 17 Jul 4pm–5.30pm £68 for 5 week course Or £136 for 10 weeks

Aimed at introducing infant and primary aged children to the craft of pottery. You’ll undertake many exciting projects as well as learning new skills, from hand building, sculpting, adding underglaze colours. How about also having a go at throwing a wobbly pot on the potter’s wheel? Small fee for finished work. For more info call Penny on 07786 323591. For ages 5–11.

Wednesdays

Teenage Stitchers

01 May – 10 Jul (no class 29 May) 5pm–6.45pm £105 per 10 sessions

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. For further info call Alice on 07976 892766.

Wednesdays

Teens’ Pottery & Ceramics Club

01–29 May & 19 Jun – 17 July 6.30pm–8pm £78 per 5 week course or £156 for 10 weeks

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 slip casting and use of moulds. Small fee for finished work. For more info call Penny on 07786 323591. For ages 11–16.

Fridays

Toddlers’ Pottery 5 SESSIONS 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 more info contact Penny Eccles on 07786 323591. For ages 18 months–5 years.

03–31 May & 21 Jun – 19 Jul 10.45am–11.30am £38 for 5 week course

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Farnham Maltings Youth Theatre Wednesdays

Junior Maltings Youth Theatre

24 Apr – 10 July (no session 29 May) 5pm–6.15pm £60

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!

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The Young Company

24 Apr – 10 Jul (no session 29 May) 6.30pm–8.30pm £65

A youth theatre company for young people aged 14–25 who want to make theatre. The company take on exciting and ambitious projects and performances that provide opportunities for participants to gain experience in a wide variety of theatre styles. An open access company for any young person who wants to be challenged and make theatre inspired by professional practices. No experience needed, just a keen interest in drama and theatre.

Thursdays

Acting Up

25 Apr – 11 July (no session 30 May) 5pm–6.30pm £65

A creative and fun weekly group for 11–14 year olds who enjoy drama and theatre and want to develop their skills further. Acting Up work on devised and scripted pieces and explore new and exciting theatre styles. The group also has opportunities to see a range of live theatre productions and to take part in local performance events. No experience needed, just energy and a keen interest in drama and theatre.

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

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Mondays

Singing for the Mind

1.30pm (refreshments) singing hour 2pm–3pm £5 (carers go free)

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. Refreshments included. Supported by Right at Home GF.

Mondays

Farnham Speakers Club

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

If you’re looking for a friendly Toastmasters International-affiliated club to improve your public speaking and presentation skills, then look no further. Find us on social media @FhamSpeakClub

Tuesdays

The Arts Society Farnham

3rd Tue of the month (except Jul & Aug) 10.30am–11.30am Guests £5

Entertaining illustrated lectures monthly on third Tuesday at 10.30am. For further details contact Membership Secretary on 07918 883515 or Farnham@theartssociety.org

Tuesdays

Nimble Fingers

(excl August) 10.30am–12.30pm free

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

Tuesdays

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 on Tuesdays in term time, from 7.30pm–9.30pm. Besides enjoying ourselves the evening is free! New members always welcome. For more information contact Andy Low on 01252 623266 or at andylow@fbn.co.uk

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Tuesdays

Book Group

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

Join the Book Group every third Tuesday, 8pm–10pm. Check our whereabouts on the whiteboard in the foyer or email grtservices123@gmail.com

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Sew Fun

30 Apr – 09 Jul (no session 28 May) 7.30pm–9.30pm £165 for 10 weeks

Tue & Thu

Pottery & Ceramics

w/c 29 Apr & w/c 17 Jun 10.45am–1.15pm & 7pm–9.30pm £95 for 5 weeks or £190 for 10 weeks

Suitable for those new to pottery and returning students. Resident potter Penny Eccles will guide you through many aspects of ceramic making, from hand building to throwing pots on the potter’s wheel, decorating and glazing. Basic materials provided. Small fee for finished work. For further information call Penny 07786 323591.

Wednesdays

Full Circle Vocal Group

7.30pm–9.30pm £45

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10 SESSIONS

This new 10 week sewing course led by Alice and Ginny is perfect for anyone wanting to start their sewing journey and gain confidence in using a sewing machine. You will be taken through our tried and tested foundation programme, building your sewing knowledge. More experienced stitchers are also welcome and will be supported whilst working on their own chosen projects. For more information please contact Alice on 07976 892766. Please bring your own sewing machine or reserve one of ours at booking.

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More than just a choir! Full Circle offers extra one-to-one singing help, guest musician workshops, live recording sessions and above all, laughter! For more info polly@fcvg.co.uk www.fcvg.co.uk

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Knitwits

8pm–10pm Every 2nd Wed (excl. August)

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 information.

Wednesdays

Over 55s workshops with New Adventures

15 May, 12 Jun, 17 Jul 2pm–4pm £8

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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 Radojka Radulovic at office@new-adventures.net for more information. Sewcialise

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01 May – 10 Jul (no session 29 May) 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 further information please contact Alice on 07976 892766.

Thursdays

Ukulele Workshops

02 May – 18 July (no class 30 May) Beginners (£120 for 11 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 25 April. Drop in 10am–1pm where there will be a selection of ‘ukes’ to ‘try before you buy’ and experts on hand to give advice.

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Thursdays

Meet Me at the Maltings

10 SESSIONS

10.30am–12.30pm £5 (or any 4 sessions for £16)

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.

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 Twitter@DemericDance

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Save a Life – Give Blood (NHS Blood & Transplant) Do something amazing and donate blood. For information on regular sessions and to book, visit www.blood.co.uk or call 0300 123 23 23. Booking essential.

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

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04 May, 01 June, 06 July, 03 August (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. New for this season: join us for our inaugural maltings night market on Fri 19 July. See p.36 for more details.

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 10.45am–12.15pm · £12 per session Join ceramicist Penny Eccles in the Maltings pottery. Dress for mess! All materials are provided. A small additional fee may apply for glazing of work. Sat 04 May: Herb Tags & Flower Pot Making Sat 06 July: Sardines in a Tin Sat 03 August: Picasso Inspired Slab Made Sculptures

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MALTINGS STORES

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craft and quirky finds for you and your home! opening times… Mon–Fri 9am–5pm & Sat 10am–2pm w: craft.farnhammaltings.com/portfolio/maltingstores


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 27 Apr – 24 May Denise Jaques – Mosaic Landscapes 25 May – 21 Jun An exhibition for thread… a festival of textiles 22 Jun – 19 Jul

Group Exhibition – Exploring the Theme of Place (John Atkinson, Penny Fleet, Felice Hardy & Jo Wilson)

20 Jul – 16 Aug Tom Bolton – Scraperboard Art 17 Aug – 13 Sep Abi Phillips – Nature Art 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 · reach out to older members of the local community with specialist activities. Join today To become an individual Patron we request a minimum donation of £5 a month, or £60 a year. 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. We also offer a corporate patron scheme starting at £600 per year. As a show of thanks, all patrons receive: · exclusive newsletters twice a year · an acknowledgment on our website · invitations to exclusive events. Please return your completed form to Patron Scheme, Farnham Maltings, Bridge Square Farnham, Surrey GU9 7QR.


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

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“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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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 south east 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 Laura Woodward on laura.woodward@farnhammaltings.com or 01252 745431.

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MAKERS & ARTISTS

makers & artists Resident at the Maltings

Associate theatre companies

Clare Stiles, jeweller Diana Greenwood, jeweller Ellen Brown, textiles & illustration 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 Analogue Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas 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

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

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ugly chief by victoria melody ; photo : hugo glendinning

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DIARY

day May

01

page

film maltings: All Is True

05

18&19 Unseen Artists

page

14

01

Not Just Jazz Show

05

18

Summer Flowers in Wire

15

02

Ukulele Workshops

05

18

Jumbo Arm Knit Blanket

15

02

Gin Festival tickets on sale

05

18

Trinity Laban Performance: Sophie Clarke

15

03

Lucy Porter: Pass It On

06

19

Comedy Club 4 Kids

15

04

maltings monthly market

06

19

The Royal Ballet Live: Mixed Triple Bill

16

21

Mary Portas in Conversation: The Work Like a Woman Tour

16

07

Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz

06

08

film maltings: A Private War

06

08

Stand-Up Comedy Club

08

22

film maltings: The White Crow

16

22

Adam Hess & Glenn Moore

16

09

Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club

08

09

Show of Hands

08

25

Young Archaeologists’ Club

51

08

25

Introduction to Cross-Stitch

17

25

Japanese Calligraphy

17

09–12

25

Learn the Basics of Weaving

17

13

25

Experimental Drawing

17

10

Karen Alexander: How Nutrition Can Transform Thyroid Health

11

Maltings at 50

12

RSC Live: As You Like It

13

Met Opera: Dialogues Des Carmélites

13

25&26 Demeric School of Dance ‘Cinderella’ Ballet 18

14

Create a Wire Bird

13

28

15

film maltings: Fisherman’s Friends

13

29

Create a Drip Cake

18

15

Over 55s Workshops with New Adventures 14

29

film maltings: Dumbo

18

Card Ninja presented by Makin Projects

18

16

Shylock by Gareth Armstrong

14

29&30 Exciting Explorers

51

17

Karen Alexander: Nutrition and Lifestyle Workshop for Managing Stress

14

30

19

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day

Events at the Museum of Farnham shown in red

film maltings: Missing Link


01

maltings monthly market

page

19

day

18

The Royal Ballet Live: Romeo & Juliet

page

25

03

Summer Flowers in Wire

19

19

film maltings: Red Joan

25

03

NT Live: All My Sons

19

20

Karen Alexander: The Power of Nutrition in Female Hormone Balance

25

04

Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz

20

04

Exhibition on Screen: Van Gogh & Japan

20

21

Cacti Cupcakes

26

20

21

Circles in the Sand by Tam Tam Theatre with Half Moon

26

21

Angela Barnes: Rose-Tinted

26

05

film maltings: Wild Rose

05

Not Just Jazz Show

08

thread… a festival of textiles

09

Be Happy, Harry Hippo! by Hodgepodge Theatre

12–15 FAOS Musical Theatre Group: Titanic the Musical

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22

Copper Embossing

26

22

Introduction to Mount Cutting

27

22

Classical Recital: Trinity Laban

27

22

Little Grimm Tales by Box Tale Soup

27

12

Over 55s Workshops with New Adventures 14

22

An Evening of Limitless Guitar

27

12

Stand-Up Comedy Club

22

25

The Northern Ballet: Victoria

28

13

Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club

23

26&27 film maltings: Tolkien

28

13

The Tempest by The HandleBards

23

27

NT Live: Small Island

28

14

Make a Ruffle Cake

23

Karen Alexander: Nutrition for Managing 23 Pre, Peri and Post Menopause

Edinburgh Fringe Previews: Mark Simmons & Matt Rees

28

14

28 29

Young Archaeologists’ Club

51

15

Learn the Basics of Needle Punching

24

Frame Weaving Workshop

24

29 Introduction to Freehand Machine Embroidery

30

15 15

Vintage Fashion Fair

24

29

Introduction to Felt Jewellery

30

15

Watercolour & Ink

24

29

Sing-a-Long-a The Greatest Showman

30

25

29 Papercutting

30

30

31

17

film maltings 1969: The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

Glyndebourne: Cinderella

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day June

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DIARY

day July

74

02

Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz

page

31

day

20

Wood Carving and Pyrography Art

page

37

02

RSC Live: The Taming of the Shrew

31

20

Beginners’ Silver Clay Jewellery

37

03

film maltings: Vox Lux

31

20

Gyles Brandreth: Break a Leg

37

03

Not Just Jazz Show

32

22–24 Creating a Stunning Wedding Gown

37

05

grills & guitars: Dessie Magee

32

23

Glyndebourne: The Barber of Seville

38

06

maltings monthly market

32

24

Meet the Anglo-Saxons

51

07 Surrey County Youth Orchestra Summer Concert

32

24

film maltings: Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile

38

09

33

Posting Letters to the Moon with Lucy Fleming and Simon Williams

25

Crafternoons – Summer Fun

51

25

NT Live: The Lehman Trilogy

38

10

film maltings: Beats

33

26

grills & guitars: Harry Miller

38

10

Stand-Up Comedy Club

33

Etching and Photo-Etching with Copper for Jewellery

39

Macramé Plant Hanger

39

11

Bring Your Own Baby Comedy Club

33

27

12

grills & guitars: Steph Richardson Duo

34

27

13

Japanese Shibori with Indigo Dye

34

29–30 Fine Finishing used in the Bridal Industry

39

31

39

13

Create a Wire Bird Sculpture

34

13

Weave a Willow Hare

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14

Dance in the Meadow

15

film maltings 1969: Oh! What a Lovely War 36

17

Over 55s Workshops with New Adventures 14

17&18 film maltings: Rocketman

36

19

maltings night market

36

19

grills & guitars: Days Are Done

36

Events at the Museum of Farnham shown in red

film maltings: Late Night

August 01

Crafternoons – Summer Fun

51

01

film maltings: Aladdin

40

02

grills & guitars: Grizzly Rhys Morgan

40

03

Finding Farnham Festival

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August continued

03

maltings monthly market

page

40

day

21

Bug Hunt

page

52

06

Lunchtime Piano Bar Jazz

40

22

Crafternoons – Summer Fun

51

07

Bug Hunt

52

22

film maltings: Fighting With My Family

44

07

film maltings: Gloria Bell

41

23

grills & guitars: Betsa Collins

45

07

Not Just Jazz Show

41

24

Block Printing for Textiles

45

08

Crafternoons – Summer Fun

51

24

Pearl Stringing and Knotting

45

08

film maltings: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

41

28–30 Demeric School of Dance – Summer Dance Workshop

45

09

grills & guitars: Vicki Sayers

41

28

Meet the Tudors

52

10

Enamelling with Stencils for Jewellery

42

28

film maltings: Vita and Virginia

46

11

Glyndebourne: The Magic Flute

42

29

film maltings: The Lion King

46

12

film maltings 1969: Midnight Cowboy

42

30

Mosaic Art Shard for the Garden

46

14

film maltings: Sometimes Always Never

42

Stand-up Comedy Club

43

30

grills & guitars: The Tropics Duo and Aspen Carruthers

46

14

14&15 Art & Design Workshop

52

31

Indian Soap Stone Carving

47

15

43

31

Mosaic Garden Mirror

47

43

31

outdoor cinema: Saturday Night Fever

47

16

film maltings: Toy Story 4 grills & guitars: Zach Johnson

17

Painting with Fibre

43

17

Make a Silver Bookmark or Pendant

44

20

RSC Live: Measure for Measure

44

20&21 film maltings: Yesterday

DIARY

day

September 01

outdoor cinema: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

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44

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