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Woking boasts two theatres: the New Victoria Theatre, which specialises in a great range of productions, including musicals, drama, ballet, music, childrenâs shows and a spectacular pantomime each year, and the Rhoda McGraw Theatre, which hosts community performances of all types. Both are part of The Ambassadors Woking, which is within easy reach of Guildford by train or car.
The Queen of Cashback said
Saw Michael Jackson's Thriller here earlier in the year, really great venue and they get all the top shows, looking to book Spamalot for next year :)
Bringing the Guildford theatre scene new and innovative productions as well as inspired and unexpected reworkings of classic plays and musicals, the Guildford Fringe Theatre Company is set to become a firm favourite at pubs, clubs and theatres in the area. Whether you are a writer, actor or director, or simply love going to the theatre, Guildford Fringe Theatre Company wants you to get involved!
Carly B said
John and I went to see Concrete Boots on Saturday, Spencer is a friend of ours but we'd never seen him act. We were completely blown away by the performance from Spencer and Steven. Such powerful scene which made you laugh and cry! This production should be taken nationwide, absolutely Fantastic!
Situated in the heart of Guildford, the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre is one of the UKâs leading regional producing theatres. From classical concerts to stand up comedy; musicals to childrenâs events, the Guildford theatre boasts two auditoriums staging an eclectic range of entertainment, as well as an award-winning riverside garden and an Ã la carte restaurant and cafÃ© bar.
Charlene S said
Lovely Venue, Great atmosphere and great food. Looking forward to visiting again!
Specialising in Shakespeare, and utilising diverse, unusual venues such as castles, pubs, churches and lakes rather than the standard theatres, Guildford Shakespeare Company will put you in the heart of the action, providing the same thrill and delight audiences would have felt in the 16th century and immersing you in the world of William Shakespeare.
Lucy H said
Cinderella was fabulous. The whole family loved it. Very funny, best bit was being sprayed with water.