A re-formed configuration of the veteran Scotrockers whose hits include 'Fields of Fire' and 'In a Big Country'.
Thu 10 Oct
Thu 17 Oct
Entertaining comedy show that wrestles the big questions in life.
Fri 6 Mar
The King of PowerPoint comedy is back with a new live show.
Sat 26 Oct
One-man show from David Baddiel about his interactions with internet trolls.
Fri 31 Jan
The comic discusses whether he has any traits worthy of being inherited by his progeny.
Fri 8 Nov
Now featuring only one member From the Jam. Bruce Foxton is joined by Russell Hastings and drummer Steve 'Smiley' Barnard.
Thu 10 Oct
Controversial comedian known for his conservative politics, as seen on Question Time and Mock the Week.
Thu 14 Nov
Stories, cricket and fun from the duo.
Thu 31 Oct
The sextet fronted by the inimitable Alex Horne performs a medley of retro jazz-swing and big band music plus stand-up, performance and musical comedy.
Thu 5 Dec
Acerbic wit and dark, deadpan one-liners from familiar telly face Carr.
Wed 4 Sep
Tue 3 Mar
English comedian as seen on Mock the Week and heard on BBC Radio 4.
Thu 23 Jan
Welsh comedian Rhod Gilbert returns to comedy after a six year hiatus and discusses the unfortunate turns his life has taken since the last time he was on stage.
Thu 19 Sep
Drop dead gorgeous, sassy and smart, Ruby Wax brings her new one-woman show to the stage.
Based on her number one best seller, “A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled.” She’s been honoured with the title of poster girl for mental illness; once crazy now less so, she gives a tour of the mind – how to use it, not lose it.
Ruby Wax if you don’t know is a much loved, U.S. born comedy-actor-writer of incredibly successful books and TV shows including script editor of “Absolutely Fabulous” and is a mental health campaigner.
This event is your passport to saner living and is a follow up to her previous sell out show and book, “Sane New World.”
By the way, she graduated from Oxford with a Masters in Mindfulness–based Cognitive Therapy (at a late stage) three years ago so she should know her stuff.
Sun 10 Nov
A lovely winter tale, set in the middle of summer, told by Magnificent Bastard Productions. Yes, this is an entirely serious Shakespeare play, but yes, one cast member is entirely shit-faced.
Fri 1 Nov
Prices to be confirmed
Opened in 1931, mainly to act as a venue for the Leith Hill Music Competition, Dorking Halls was the property of the festival until WWII during which they were commandeered by the Meat Marketing Board and the army. In 1946, the halls were thriving, with community events being held there, including flower shows, scout meetings and dances. They were refurbished in 1997 and the venue became a location for theatre, comedy and music, as well as films.
The halls are located in the centre of town and there is parking available at the side and rear of the venue as well as opposite in the council offices car park.
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