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The cornerHOUSE is proud to be a member of Kingston Arts and a venue for some of this year’s Festival  of the Voice events. The Festival is already under way, but the cornerHOUSE community may wish to be aware of the remaining Festival events. 


  • 7:30pm‘Chamber Music’ written by James Joyce with music by Anna Tam. 

This is a Festival highlight as Anna Tam is the first person to set the whole of ‘Chamber Music’ to Elizabethan instruments, as the writer intended.
It is scored for soprano, tenor, Renaissance flute, lute and bass viol.Lovekyn Chapel
London Road,Kingston upon Thames, Surrey K2 6PY


  • 7:30pmKingston Orpheus Choir

Anthems and Cantatas for Passiontide including “The Crucifixion” by Stainer and “The Saviour” by Lloyd Webber.St Andrew’s Church
Maple Road, Surbiton

  • 6pm – 7.30pmFestival Evensong

The celebrated choir of All Saints’ Kingston, directed by Simon Toyne, sing Evensong for Passion Sunday with music by Howells (Collegium Regale) and Lassus (Tristis est anima mea).All Saints’ Church
Market Place, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 1JP

TUE 24 MAR and WED 25 Mar

  • 8pm/7:30pm
Kingston Junior Drama Company
The Winter’s Tale (abridged)
The Winter’s Tale is part tragedy and part fairy story. It tells the story of two royal families in the wake of the jealous tyranny of King Leontes of Sicilia, who suspects his wife, Hermione, of having an affair with King Polixenes of Bohemia. It is a tale of separation, reconciliation, and love where nothing is quite as it seems.The cornerHOUSE Arts Centre
116 Douglas Road, Surbiton, Surrey, KT6 7SB

  • 7.30pm,( Open Rehearsal 2.30pm)

Kingston Choral Society
Songs of the Fleet
Charles Rice – Baritone
William Vann – Accompanist
Andrew Griffiths – ConductorAll Saints’ Church
Market Place, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 1JP
Adults £13; Concessions £11
Under 18s £5
Box Office 020 8977 4801
Online reservations:
(booking fee applies) or at the door



Thames Ditton & Esher Golf Club
Following on from the success of our charity event last year, where we raised over £2500 for Surrey Young Carers, we have decided to hold another charity golf event & raise funds for this often overlooked but very worthwhile cause.

Our event is being held on Sat 25th April 2015, and I’m writing to you in the hope that you will help support this fantastic charity. Are you able to donate a prize for the event? Like last year, we will be offering prizes for the winning golfers, holding a raffle & an auction, with monies raised going directly to Surrey Young Carers. Any item you are able to donate would be truly appreciated.

The money raised will help enrich young carers lives, increase their confidence and open up new opportunities for fun, learning and friendship. Detailed below are some examples of what the money raised can do to help:
• £25 provides a day out for a young carer at a local centre offering challenging activities such as high ropes courses, archery and quad biking
• £100 pays for 10 young carers to have a meal out with other young people who understand their home situation and can offer mutual support
• £500 treats 25 young carers to a pantomime at Christmas
• £1000 provides 12 young carers with an unforgettable sleepover experience at the Science Museum in London
• £2500 allows 16 young carers to take part in a three-day, two-night residential stay at an activity centre
Thank you again for your support last year & hopefully for your help this year.


Simon Hooper
Thames Ditton & Esher Golf Club
81 Chantry Road
Chessington KT9 1JT
Contact No: 07947 135376 020 83978962

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