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Sherlock Holmes and the Vampyres of London, Apr 6-13

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Pantomime spirit is alive and well in Coulsdon. Oh yes it is!

As the Fairfield Halls approaches a third ‘dark’ Christmas, for the first time in living memory, there is no ‘Croydon Pantomime’ this year. Except, as our intrepid arts correspondent BELLA BARTOCK discovered this week, there are community drama groups keeping … Continue reading

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Beauty And The Beast, Theatre Workshop Coulsdon, Dec 8-16

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Poot! Poot! Golf and fart jokes put the Wind In The Willows

Whenever our arts correspondent, BELLA BARTOCK, fancies a nostalgic trip back to a long lost England, she heads for Coulsdon, where this week there’s a summer production of a gem from the Edwardian era So it was that one evening … Continue reading

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Wind In The Willows, Coulsdon Manor, Jul 25-Aug 4

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Coulsdon community show it was not, oh, such a lovely war

Our veteran arts correspondent, BELLA BARTOCK, takes a trip down memory lane and discovers an impressive new work There was something quite poignant about entering the Coulsdon Community Centre on Barrie Close on the night after its destruction had been … Continue reading

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A 1918 centenary performance with lessons for today

Theatre-goers turning up at Coulsdon Community Centre from Saturday might be entitled to ask themselves what they can expect from the local Theatre Workshop’s latest production. 1918: When The Guns Fell Silent is not a play, but there is drama. … Continue reading

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