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Fri 21 – Sat 22 May: “Let’s Celebrate” concert at The Harlequin

Sat 22 May: Reigate Caves open day

NB online bookings only this year

Tue 1 – Fri 4 June: YMCA East Surrey half-term holiday club

Fri 4 – Sun 6 June: Summer pantomime – “Treasure Island” at The Harlequin

Sun 13 June: Market at Dorking Halls

Sat 26 June: Reigate Caves open day

NB online bookings only this year

Fri 16 – Sun 18 July: “Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain, Part 5” at The Harlequin

Sat 17 July: Reigate Caves open day

NB online bookings only this year

Fri 23 – Sun 25 July: New Music Fest

Tue 27 July: Luna Cinema, Priory Park, Reigate: “Bohemian Rhapsody”

Wed 28 July: Luna Cinema, Priory Park, Reigate: “The Greatest Showman Sing-Along”

Thu 29 July: Luna Cinema, Priory Park, Reigate: “Dirty Dancing”

Sat 31 July: “The Curious Adventures of Pinocchio” at The Harlequin

“One of the best-loved classics for children comes to life…literally!”

Wed 11 August: “Woman Like Me – The Little Mix Show” at The Harlequin

“An exciting high-energy pop concert suitable for all ages.”

Sat 21 August: Reigate Caves open day

NB online bookings only this year

Mon 23 – Tue 24 August: “Hexwood School of Sorcery” at The Harlequin

Music and magic

Sat 4 September: Comedy – “Ed Byrne – If I’m Honest” at The Harlequin

Sun 5 September: Market at Dorking Halls

Sat 11 September: Reigate Caves open day

NB online bookings only this year

Wed 15 September: Variety at The Harlequin

Fri 17 September: “Lee Mead – My Band and Me” at The Harlequin

“West End and TV star Lee Mead and his band bring an exciting new show”

Sun 19 September: The Bootleg Beach Boys at The Harlequin

“Classic hits and cult favourites from California’s most famous band”

Wed 22 September: The Little Mermaid (The Harlequin)

“Chantry Dance have given Hans Christian Andersen’s story of everyone’s favourite mermaid, a wonderful new twist.”

Thu 23 September: The Foundations (The Harlequin)

“The sound of the Swinging Sixties with original guitarist Alan Warner.”

Friday 24 September: Think Floyd (The Harlequin)

Tribute band to Pink Floyd

Sat 25 September: Milton Jones in: Milton Impossible (The Harlequin)


Sun 3 October: Market (Dorking Halls)

Sat 16 October: The Simon & Garfunkel Story (The Harlequin)

Hamish Gill

Sat 23 October: Pop Princesses (The Harlequin)

Children’s pop concert

Sun 24 October: G4 Live 2021 (The Harlequin)

“The UK’s No.1 classical vocal quartet are back with another exhilarating tour.

Thu 28 October: Tom Brace: Embrace The Impossible (The Harlequin)

“A show full of  jaw-dropping tricks and illusions”

Fri 29 October: How the Koala Learnt to Hug (The Harlequin)

“This charming family musical first appeared in 2010 and has been loved by children and their grown-ups ever since.”

Thu 4 November: Illegal Eagles (The Harlequin)

Tribute “celebrating the music of the legendary West Coast Country Rock band”

Fri 5 November: The Greatest Love of All (The Harlequin)

Belinda Davis and a live band provide a tribute to the music of Whitney

Sun 7 November: Market (Dorking Halls)

Thu 18 November: The Circus of Horrors (The Harlequin)

“Will take you on a rock n’ roller coaster ride of amazing dare devil acts”

Sat 20 November: Ballet Theatre UK: The Snow Queen (The Harlequin)

“Beautiful re-telling of Hans Christian Andersen’s classic fairy tale ballet”

Fri 26 November: The Ronnie Scott’s Soho Songbook (The Harlequin)


Sun 5 December: Christmas Market (Dorking Halls)

Sat 29 January 2022: Ben Thompson Live as Elvis (The Harlequin)

“Ben stays true to Elvis as he takes you back through all the eras”

Fri 25 February 2022: The Bluejays: Rave On (The Harlequin)

“The 1950s musical sensation sweeping the nation”

Thu 3 March 2022: Omid Djalili: The Good Times Tour (The Harlequin)

“Omid’s legendary stand-up performance is a captivating comedy masterclass”

Saturday 19 March 2022: Clare Teal & Her Band (The Harlequin)

“A momentous evening of swing!”

Fri 8 April 2022: The Sooty Show (The Harlequin)

“Join Sooty for his brand new Laugh Out Loud Magic Show”