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
November 2018
Mon Nov 26thMeetingAnnual General Meeting followed by Monthly Meeting: Community Mediation Genevieve Kiley Community Mediator. Talk about the West Surrey Mediation Services Venue St Catherine's Village Hall 2pm
Tue Nov 27thOutingCoach trip to South Kensington Museums. Cost. coach only £15. Please click South Kensington trip for further details and booking form.
Wed Nov 28thOutingCoach trip to London including a matinee performance of 42nd Street at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Please see the 42nd Street booking form for details.
December 2018
Wed Dec 12thOtherU3A Christmas Carol Concert 2pm St Nicolas Church. Please click Carol Concert for details.
Sun Dec 16thOutingLondon Symphony Orchestra Barbican 7.00pm.Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle. Leonidas Kavakos (violin) Brahms, Debussy, Enescu. Click Autumn 2018 Concerts application for further details and an application form.
January 2019
Fri Jan 11thMeetingGroup Leaders’ Meeting 10am Burpham Village Hall
Wed Jan 23rdOutingTour of the MINI Factory Oxford.Cost for tour and coach £32. Please click MINI Factory Booking Form for further details and also MINI Factory Publicity.
Mon Jan 28thMeetingMonthly Meeting: Burpham Moira MacQuaide Hall, Group Leader for U3A Exploring Local History Group, and author. The history of Burpham. Venue St Catherine's Village Hall 2pm
February 2019
Fri Feb 8thOutingVisit to Changing of the Guards, Horse Guards, London, Household Cavalry Museum and
Supreme Court. Cost £25, including coach and group tours. Please click Cavalry and Supreme Court booking form for brief details and booking form. For full details please click Cavalry and Supreme Court details.
Sun Feb 17thOutingPHILHARMONIA ORCHESTRA, Royal Festival Hall. Conductor: Jakob Hrusa, Denis Kozhukhin (piano).
Kodaly, Grieg, Dvorak
Please click Spring 2019 Concerts booking form for further details.
Mon Feb 25thMeetingMonthly Meeting: Secularism Protects Charlie Yianoullou Member of the Guildford and Woking Humanists and partner of the Humanists UK. Talk about basic principles of secularism and how it sets out to protect us all. Venue St Catherine's Village Hall 2pm
March 2019
Thu Mar 21stOutingLONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Barbican. Conductor: Bernard Haitink, Isabella Faust (violin))
Dvorak, Mahler
Please click Spring 2019 Concerts booking form for further details.
Mon Mar 25thMeetingMonthly Meeting: The Old Odeon Bryan Richardson and David Corrie, retired managers of the Guildford Odeon. Talk about the history of the Guildford Odeon. Venue St Catherine's Village Hall 2pm
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 University of Surrey
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 29thMeetingMonthly Meeting: 50 Years in Television: uncensored Roy Norton Senior Lecturer, TV Production, Southampton Solent University. Looking back at some of the great milestones in television history. 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.

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