Adrenaline-fuelled stunt action with Cirque Berserk!

We have handed our blog over to our Venue Director, Tim Brinkman, today! Tim visited the Peacock Theatre last week for the Cirque Berserk press night. See what he thought! There was excitement at the Peacock Theatre last week for the Cirque Berserk press night! Paparazzi and TV crews crowded the entrance to the theatre,... Continue Reading →

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The Ancient Magic of ‘face changing’

On Monday 5 February,  Chinese New Year Extravaganza comes to Guildford, promising an exciting show of cultural spectacle! Here at G Live, we were intrigued by the mention of 'face changing' and we did some research! The Ancient Art of Face Changing This ancient art form, 'bian lian,' traces its history back some 300 years and is... Continue Reading →

You are invited to a Wedding Party like no other…

Choreographer Didy Veldman, a former Rambert dancer, is a highly sought after choreographer both nationally and internationally, having created work for Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal, Cedarlake (New York), Cullberg Ballet (Sweden), Introdans (Netherlands), Gothenburg Ballet, Iceland Dance Company and the Royal New Zealand Ballet. The audience is invited to a wedding party in The... Continue Reading →

There is nothing quite like The Transports

Performed by some of the best folk musicians in the land, often singing in ten-part harmony, The Transports is a dramatic show, but without actors. It’s rooted in the past, but taps into anger and injustice today. This re-working of Peter Bellamy’s 1977 folk ballads features a new generation of folk musicians, including The Young’uns, Faustus, Nancy Kerr, Rachael... Continue Reading →

Creative Arts Week

Last week we went through an extraordinarily busy and exciting week with our young visitors for our annual Creative Arts Week. This year, we all became circus lovers with an absolutely amazing team of professionals from the ‘Silver Lining Circus’, Jacksons Lane, who came to show 40 children between 7 and 14 how to astonish... Continue Reading →

Tosca – in the rehearsal room

Last week, we took a trip to South London and into the rehearsal rooms of English Touring Opera to get the very first glimpse of their brand new production of Tosca. One of the most recognised and much-loved operas, this fresh new working is directed by award-winning Blanche McIntyre, new to opera but fresh from... Continue Reading →

A roar-some Family Day!

This Saturday we kicked off another fantastic Family Day, full of free activities for little ones and their families. This time, the theme was Awesome Animals and we had a day jam-packed full of face-painting, animal-mask making, cake-decorating and more. If you weren't one of the over 300 people who came along, let us take you through... Continue Reading →

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