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  • Summer reads

    This month's best new books are a corking bunch, including Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert's breathtaking new novel.

  • Mud Monsters

    10km, 65 obstacles - and a helluva lot of mud! It could only be the Mud Monsters event. Here's what happened when Muddy got muddy.

  • Summer racing!

    Lingfield Park Racecourse has a full-on summer of events that goes way beyond just horseracing, including fun family days out and cool music from chart-topping artists. Race you to the starting line...

  • Perfect pop up film nights

    Pass the popcorn, top up the Pimms and watch a movie under the stars. Follow the usher this way, it's outdoor film season. Wrap up and don't forget your waterproofs.

  • Yard Market

    Visited the Yard Market yet? It's a little bit of Hoxton cool - right in the middle of Godalming - offering unique handcrafted goods by local artisan producers.

  • Ben and Holly

    Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom will be live on stage at Richmond Theatre on June 5-6. If you're keen to delve further into this magical world of fairies and elves, here are five fun facts you probably didn't know!

  • Muddy’s best books

    A stunning debut novel, a futuristic thriller and an exquisite memoir are among Muddy's marvellous May picks.

  • Exciting Science!

    A new touring theatre show is bringing the fun and crazy bits of science to the stage for kids. We caught up with the mad scientists before they go ka-pow at the Harlequin Theatre later this month.

  • Everyone’s talking about… The Guilty Feminist

    Love the podcast? Good news - its creator is coming to a Surrey this month. We grabbed super-talented comedian Deborah Francis-White for a chinwag.

  • Captain Corelli’s Mandolin

    Melly Still and Rona Munro’s adaptation of Louis de Bernières classic novel is a triumph of theatre - turning a glorious mixture of drama, dance, movement and music into a satisfying whole.

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