Guildford

Events

Monthly meetings are held on the last Monday of the month at 2-3pm, at St. Catherine's Village Hall. Help with putting out and returning chairs before and after the meetings would be greatly appreciated. Please note that there is an option to change the order of this listing from "Date Order" to "By Category"


Dates for your Diary
March 2019
Wed Mar 27thOutingBrick Lane Music Hall, London, E16 Cost for Show, Lunch and Coach - £59.00.
A traditional Music Hall Entertainment Show where the songs are familiar and the humour topical, often irreverent, and audience participation is greatly encouraged.
Please click Brick Lane Music Hall booking form for brief details and booking form. For full details, please click Brick Lane Music Hall details.
April 2019
Mon Apr 1stMeetingU3A Annual Lecture The Magic of Colour by Andrew Hanson of the National Physical Laboratory. Venue Lecture Theatre, Rik Medlik Building, University of Surrey. Time 2pm.
Thu Apr 4thOtherMayor's Volunteers Fair.

We have been invited to take part in the Mayor’s Volunteers Fair on the 4th April, on
Guildford High Street. The event will be set up like the monthly Farmers’ Market,
with stalls being positioned along either side of the High Street.
The event will take place from 11.00 to 15.00.

For further details click Mayor`s Volunteers Fair
Wed Apr 10thOutingLONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, Royal Festival Hall. Conductor: Edward Gardner, Stephen Hough (piano)
Debussy, Saint-Saens, Ravel, Debussy
Please click Spring 2019 Concerts booking form for further details.
Mon Apr 15thSocialCoffee Morning 11:00 am at The White House pub, Guildford GU2 4AJ
Tue Apr 16thOtherGuildford U3A Choirs' Messiah music for Holy Week
A programme of music and readings for Holy week called “Victim to Victor”. 2pm at St Nicolas Church, Bury Street, Guildford
Click Victim to Victor for further details.
Fri Apr 19thOtherGuildford U3A Choirs' Messiah music for Holy Week
A programme of music and readings for Holy week called “Victim to Victor”. 7:30pm at Godalming United Church, Bridge Road, Godalming
Click Victim to Victor for further details.
Mon Apr 29thMeetingMonthly Meeting: 50 Years in Television production Uncensored! Roy Norton Senior Lecturer, TV Production, Southampton Solent University. “Some of the milestones in a long career were Churchill’s funeral, Charles & Diana’s wedding, Day in a lifer’s prison, plus scandals and the inevitable “cock-ups””. Venue St Catherine's Village Hall 2pm
May 2019
Wed May 1stOutingCoach trip to Leonardslee Gardens, West Sussex. This Sussex attraction was built in 1801 with
breathtaking views of the English countryside and blooming displays of Rhododendrons, Azaleas,
Camellias, Magnolias and Bluebells. A 19th-century Italianate-style house is featured on the 200 acre estate. Cost £22 including coach and entry to Leonardslee. Please click Leonardslee Gardens booking form for further details.
Thu May 2ndOutingA second trip to Leonardslee Gardens. See Wednesday 1st May for details and booking form.
Fri May 3rdSocialCoffee Morning 11:00 am at The Weyside GU1 3XJ
July 2019
Wed Jul 24thOutingCoach trip to the London Palladium to see a matinee performance of Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Please click Joseph booking form for further details. Spaces are avaialble on a 'coach-only' basis. Or complete and send an application form WITHOUT A CHEQUE if you wish to be placed on the waiting list in case a space becomes available.
September 2019
Wed Sep 4thOutingCoach trip to Chichester for a matinee performance of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Oklahoma!. Deadline for receipt of application forms – Monday 8th April 2019. Please click Oklahoma booking form for further details and booking form.