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Things to do: This weekend

Fri 9 - Sun 11 June

Amy MacDonald
■ Hampton Court Palace Festival ■ Fri 9 June

The Scottish singer-songwriter, still only 29 years old, has released 3 albums and sold over 5 million records worldwide – including 1.5 million here in the UK. Her single “This Is The Life” from the album of the same name, was her most successful reaching number one in five European countries. As part of her first UK tour in 4 years, Amy will perform favourites old and new, including songs from the new album ‘Under Stars’ which debuted at no.2 in the UK charts.


Some People v Reginald D Hunter
■ Dorking Halls ■ Sat 10 June

He’s been labelled stand up comedy’s coolest customer, and after tours in Ireland and Europe, Hunter brings his new show to the UK. His searingly honest material has garnered him a popular fanbase that spans the generations, though this show isn’t for kids. It’s 18+ only.

Jack Philip Company: Psychoacoustic
■ Camberley Theatre ■ Sun 11 June

‘Psychoacoustic’ explores body and brain responses to sound, movement and the environments around us through the collaborative force of science, music and dance.  ‘Psychoacoustic’ is science doing dance and dance doing science. Something physical, something tested and something seen and heard.


City Life Exhibition
■ New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham ■ until 17 June

Reykjavik Iceland, Clare Caulfield

City living can be an eye-opening experience: expensive and noisy with busy streets and overcrowded Tube rides, and yet it’s also vibrant, surprising and energetic. This exhibition explores those themes and others. Work is by Mychael Barratt, Clare Caulfield, Helen Chatterton, Janet Curley Cannon, John Duffin, Raewyn Harrison, Colin Moore, Nick Tankard, Chris Wood, and more.


Olive Edis: War Photographer
■ Farnham Maltings ■ Tues 6 June – 26 Aug

Image © Imperial War Museums

Olive Edis was one of the most important photographers of the early 20th century, and Britain’s first female war photographer. The Road to Ypres explores the unique collection of photographs taken by Edis during her month-long tour of war-torn Europe in March 1919.


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