ODEON Guildford is located approximately a 10 minute walk from Guildford train station with 30 minute connections to London Waterloo. The nearest bus station is approximately a 5 minute walk with local services that run throughout the whole area of Guildford, including the neighbouring villages.
Located in a building over 150 years old, Cranleigh Arts Centre is steeped in history. Having been a school for over a century, the venue reopened in 1985 as a full time arts centre, and since then it has gone from strength to strength.
Independently run, with a small core team helped by volunteers, Cranleigh Arts Centre punches considerably above its weight with acts like Ross Noble, Jo Brand, Reginald D Hunter & Eric Clapton often gracing the stage!
For a wealth of artistic events and exhibitions, you know where to go…
1 High Street
Farnham Maltings is a cultural organisation, based in south west Surrey, that exists to encourage the people of Farnham and further afield to participate in, shape and understand the world in which we live. We believe that by being actively creative, connecting with others and articulating new ideas we will foster a happier, healthier and more inclusive set of communities.
Set in the heart of Farnham this collection of buildings host a wide range of crafts makers including printers and picture framers together with 6 resident theatre and dance companies who produce and tour work regionally, nationally and internationally. We also host a number of resident companies in our 16 studios, darkroom and pottery studio specialising in everything from art, textiles and jewellery to photography, hairdressing and golf landscaping.
Tel: 01252 745444
Godalming Borough Hall is a ground floor venue, with easy access for those with mobility difficulties. Toilets are easily accessible and parking is conveniently located in the town centre.
Godalming Borough Hall
Tel: 01483 523004
Opened in 1931, mainly to act as a venue for the Leith Hill Music Competition, Dorking Halls was the property of the festival until WWII during which they were commandeered by the Meat Marketing Board and the army. In 1946, the halls were thriving, with community events being held there, including flower shows, scout meetings and dances. They were refurbished in 1997 and the venue became a location for theatre, comedy and music, as well as films.
The halls are located in the centre of town and there is parking available at the side and rear of the venue as well as opposite in the council offices car park.
Tel: 01306 881717