|July 2019 - All Events|
|Thu 4th Jul 19||7.00 pm - 9.00 pm||Haslemere Educational Museum, 78 High Street, GU27 2LA||Members free, non-members £3.00|
Haslemere Art Society Demonstration: Preparing Paintings for ExhibitionDemonstration by Lynne Friel. More information from email@example.com & Facebook.
|Fri 5th Jul 19||7.30 pm, gardens open 6.00 pm||The Music Room, Champs Hill, Waltham Park Road, Coldwaltham, Pulborough RH20 1LY||£35.00, includes wine and canapes - from 6.45 pm|
Opera South Celebrity Recital: How Long Must I DreamThe 2017 Kathleen Ferrier Award Winner Julien van Mellaerts (baritone) joins mezzo-soprano Anna Harvey, hailed as “simply wonderful” by the New York Times, with Mark Austin (piano). Their programme includes songs and arias exploring some of the most exquisite dreams in music. A unique opportunity to hear two outstanding voices of the future performing works by Brahms, Schumann, Elgar, Strauss and Debussy.Tickets from The Little Box Office www.thelittleboxoffice.com/operasouth (£1:50 booking fee) or via Sarah Barnes 01428-643 129, firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Sat 6th Jul 19||7.30 pm||Grayshott Village Hall, Headley Road, Grayshott, Nr Hindhead GU26 6TZ||£16.00, under 16s £8.00|
Grayshott Folk Club presents: Merry HellMerry Hell is a six-piece acoustic folk/rock band founded on the ever-evolving folk tradition – music made by the people and shared by the people: John, Bob and Andrew Kettle (guitar, mandolin and vocals), along with Nick Davies (bass), Virginia Kettle (vocals) and their outstanding fiddler, Neil McCartney. Five albums and nine years on the road constantly gigging, have meant these guys have served their apprenticeship and are ready and eager to take Grayshott Village Hall by storm. As big festival favourites, they'll send us all into our summer break with a skip in our steps and a smile on our faces. There's that ease in each others' presence, the jokes and stories and a real joie de vivre which supports some fine musicians and excellent writing from both Bob and Virginia, whose "Emerald Green" is capable of bringing a tear, even to the hardest-hearted. If you've never seen them live, do yourself a favour and put that right as soon as possible. They rattle the windows and raise the roof with a set that gets the audience joining in. They express a desire for the kind of society that we'd all like to see, which isn't based on division. Even "The Butcher And The Vegan" has the message that our differences don't need to drive us apart. Also see and hear Dean Dyson, seen busking in Guildford High Street. Tickets from Des O'Byrne 01428-607 096.
|Sat 6th Jul 19||7pm||Grayswood Village Green, Grayswood, Haslemere||Adults £18 - Children U14 £12|
Hog Roast & Barn DanceThe Friends of All Siants Church are holding a Hog Roast and Barn Dance on Grayswood Green (weather permitting, in the Hall if wet).
Families welcome. Come and join the fun at 7pm for the Hog Roast, with the Barn Dance to follow at 8pm. Tickets: Adults £18; under 14s £12 (Tickets restricted to 100 due to hall capacity in case of wet weather). Bar and Raffle.
If it's a fine evening, you can join us on the Green at 8pm for the Barn Dance only. Adults £10; under 14s £5.
Contact: email@example.com or 01428 643798
|Thu 11th Jul 19||8pm||The Haslemere Bookshop 2 Causewayside High Street Haslemere GU27 2JZ||Free|
Haslemere Bookshop presents Richard HawtreeThe Haslemere Bookshop presents…An evening of poetry featuring local poet Richard Hawtree reading from his latest collection ‘The Night I Spoke Irish in Surrey’.
The second part of the evening will be open-mic so bring a favourite poem on a garden them. A friendly, informal and fun evening.
Let us know if you plan to come along as space upstairs at the bookshop is limited (firstname.lastname@example.org, 01428 652952, fb or in person in the shop).
|Sat 13th Jul 19||12.00 noon to 4.00 pm||Haslemere||TBA|
Haslemere & District Twinning Association Summer Social & BBQ ('Bastille' Day)A nicer garden is hard to find in Haslemere and our hosts always make us feel very welcome. Good food, fun activities and plenty of chat are the order of the day. Contact Ann Fitchett: email@example.com.
|Sat 13th Jul 19||11am||The Haslemere Bookshop 2 Causewayside High Street Haslemere GU27 2JZ||Free|
Haslemere Bookshop presents The Pet DetectiveThe Haslemere Bookshop presents…The Pet Detective aka Colin Butcher signing copies of his new book Molly and Me.
Colin Butcher has over twenty five years of investigative experience and a total love of animals leading him to form the first professional Pet Detective Agency in the United Kingdom. The UKPD recovers more stolen and missing pets each year than any police force in Britain. Colin Butcher is totally committed to preventing criminals from exploiting pets and their owners. He lives in Guildford. Come and meet him in the shop.
Details from The Haslemere Bookshop (firstname.lastname@example.org, 01428 652952, fb or in person in the shop).
|Thu 18th Jul 19||8pm||The Haslemere Bookshop 2 Causewayside High Street Haslemere GU27 2JZ||£6|
Haslemere Bookshop presents Phil HewittThe Haslemere Bookshop presents…Phil Hewitt talking about his book Outrunning the Demons; Lives Transformed Through Running.
After bestselling author Phil Hewitt was viciously mugged, stabbed and left for dead in 2016, he found himself suffering the acute symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. Unable to make sense of the horrific experience that had happened to him, Phil found that dedicating himself to running was slowly but surely helping him heal. Outrunning the Demons is an enriching and celebratory exploration of the transformative power of running – and how it can be the key to unlocking resilience we never knew we had.
Tickets from The Haslemere Bookshop (email@example.com, 01428 652952, fb or in person in the shop).