All posts by Ian Stratton

The Archway Theatre: Annie Whitmore interviews actor Joseph Booton

The Archway Theatre is a community run theatre based in Horley.

Its latest production is Stones in His Pockets – a comedy set in Ireland.

The play’s two main characters are local Irish film extras Jake and Charlie who also play all the other 16 characters in the show.

Our presenter Annie Whitmore spoke to Joseph Booton, one of the actors appearing in the show.

Listen to the full interview here.

For tickets:
Archway Theatre Box Office (www.archwaytheatre.com/archwaytheatre/box-office/)

Tickets can also be purchased via the box office in person on Saturday mornings (10:30am – 11:30am) or on the evening of the show. There is also the option to book via telephone (0333 666 3366)

Joseph Booton actor headshot
Actor Joseph Booton
Photo by: Michael Wharley

stones in his pockets theatre poster

National Apprenticeship Week – Annie talks to Richard Brooks from ESC

The 10th National Apprenticeship Week 2017 is bringing together employers and apprentices from across the country to celebrate the success of apprenticeships over the last decade.

East Surrey College is hosting an event to help increase awareness and recognise apprenticeships as a ladder of opportunity to a brighter future which is available to all.

Our presenter Annie Whitmore spoke to Business Development Manager Richard Brooks.

Listen to the full interview here:

To find out more, contact the National Apprenticeship Service or check out the get in go far website (www.getingofar.gov.uk)

For advice on career choices go to national careers service (nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk) or call 0800 100 900.

Richard Brooks at East Surrey College

Neil Munday catches up with the Redhill Corps of Drums

Dave Edge, Band Master of the Redhill Corps of Drums spoke to Neil Munday about how the Corps were invited to Eschweiler, Reigate and Banstead’s twin town in Germany to take part in the Rosenmontagszug.

The Carnival Monday Parade, Rosenmontag, literally translated as Rose Monday, is two days before Ash Wednesday and is celebrated in some regions of Germany with street parades and parties.

Listen On Demand to the full interview:

Tess talks with Justine & Helena about Safe Haven Redhill

Tess Lewsey chats with Justine, a nurse practitioner and Helena, a Team Leader from the Safe Haven project at Wingfield Resource Centre, Redhill. The centre is a drop in centre for anyone with mental health issues who need
someone to talk to and is supported by the Richmond Fellowship.

More information Safe Haven Redhill (www.sabp.nhs.uk/services/mental-health/adult/safe-havens/safe-haven-redhill)