Avid collector shares his love of movie posters

MOVIE buffs have a unique opportunity in Woking to view a selection of original posters owned by one of the film art community’s most ardent collectors. Henry Coleman has loaned 28 of... Read more »

New comedy to be a welcome curtain raiser

THE Yvonne Arnaud Theatre reopens on Thursday 3 June with its own production of a new comedy, Siobhan Basset’s the Hound of the Baskervilles. Lovingly crafted during lockdown in her spare bedroom... Read more »

The Modfather reflects on life, lockdown and a new album

WOKING’S most famous musical son, Paul Weller, is set to release his 15th solo album, On Sunset, later this month and he’s feeling content – despite the COVID-19 lockdown interrupting promotion for... Read more »

Ross Noble: Humournoid

GETTING Ross Noble to tell you what’s in his forthcoming show, Humournoid, is a rough task – not because he’s being secretive, he just doesn’t know as he makes up most of... Read more »

Lyn Paul bids farewell to Mrs J with final Blood Brothers tour

LYN Paul’s name is synonymous with the iconic stage role of Mrs Johnstone in Blood Brothers, having played it for many years since 1997, and it all started with a chance letter.... Read more »

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

STRICTLY Come Dancing winner Joe McFadden will star when hit musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert arrives in Woking next week. While McFadden takes on the role of Tick/Mitzi, Laurence Olivier Award... Read more »

The hills are alive with the sound of music-al theatre

MUSICAL theatre star Emilie Fleming is on her first UK tour with The Sound of Music – and says she’s passionate about taking big shows out of the capital. “Touring is so... Read more »

Undercover interview with Mick Moriarty

THE eighth and final Undercover Festival takes place at Woking’s Fiery Bird on Friday and Saturday, and we talk to the man behind the event – Woking-born Mick Moriarty. Why did you... Read more »

The News and Mail speaks to the Screaming Dead

SCREAMING Dead frontman Sam Bignall is looking forward to the Undercover Festival in Woking next week but found time to answer a few questions for the News & Mail. The Cheltenham punks... Read more »

Rob Beckett’s new show packs a Wallop!

ROB Beckett’s comedy has long been packing a solid punch, so he’s found the ideal title for his new touring show in Wallop! “As a word, ‘wallop’ just isn’t used enough but... Read more »