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A fashion and clothes swap evening to raise money for the mayor's charities will be held in Haslemere Hall on Sunday, April 30, 4-7pm.
Switchange is an evening of fashion and fun - you can take your clothing along and swap
Petersfield resident Geoff Eyre is justifiably proud that his latest book about the age-old question: 'who wrote Shakespeare?' has been accepted in the highest academic circles, but a few minutes spent with this self-effacing and modest pensioner reveals many more
The musicians of Liss and Petersfield are once again combining to launch the Spirit of Music Festival, now in its fourth year. The area is well-known for the large number of professional players and singers, and each year they get
PETERSFIELD MUSICAL FESTIVAL - REVIEWS
The Edward Thomas Centenary Concert
Festival Hall, Petersfield
Friday, March 17, 2017
The Petersfield Musical Festival opened with an Edward Thomas centenary concert, to mark the 100th anniversary of the poet’s death at the Battle of Arras on Easter
Hollycombe Steam in the Country is preparing to open its doors for the Easter weekend, following a busy programme of winter maintenance.
The museum, near Liphook, is a collection of steam-powered vehicles, rides and attractions, and includes fairground rides, a display
Pride and Prejudice
King Edward's, Witley
This is one of my favourite plays, so I was absolutely delighted to be invited to review the King Edward’s Upper School production, and certainly did not leave disappointed!
Set in the gentrified salons of fine 18th
Sheet Village Hall near Petersfield will once again be the venue for a an evening of theatre, as young director Sam Gaffney brings Two Sisters to the stage there, for Lion and Unicorn.
Two Sisters is a one-act play by Caroline
NELL GWYNN (English Touring Theatre)
Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford
Tuesday, March 28
Women are the focus of Jessica Swale’s bawdy, joyous, romp of a comedy, telling the rags to riches tale of King Charles II’s mistress, Nell Gwynn, orange-seller and former prostitute who
More than 600 pupils, parents and Petersfield locals were delighted to be given an audience with Paddy Ashdown on March 21.
The lecture, entitled: ‘Why the world will never be the same again (and what we should do about it)’, provided