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Editor’s picks, what’s on this weekend, 9-11 August

From comedy nights to local theatre, here’s what’s on this weekend near you


Tabby McTat at Rose Theatre, Kingston 


Musicality at Landor Space, Clapham North 

A fun-filled night of musical theatre, comedy and compering with an all-star cast at North Clapham’s quirky theatre space, The Landor. Enjoy the sun and visit the gorgeous beer garden for a pre-show Aperol.
9 August; 7.30pm; £18
Landor Space, Clapham North 

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The Luna Cinema at Hampton Court Palace  

The stunning gardens of Hampton Court Palace will be the setting for a weekend of cinema screenings, from A Star is Born to The Greatest Showman. Be sure to pack a picnic and head down to the grounds beforehand to have an amble around the gardens, and look into the VIP packages for something special. 
8-11 August; 7.15pm; £17.50
Hampton Court Palace 
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Open air theatre at Hatchlands Park

Bring a blanket along and a picnic and enjoy Heartbreak Productions’ outdoors adaptation of Noel Coward’s Private Lives. The story tells of a divorced couple, both honeymooning with their new spouses. They discover they’re in fact staying in adjacent rooms at the same hotel and despite a stormy relationship, they realise that they still have feelings for each other.
11 August; 6pm-8.15pm; £16
Hatchlands Park
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Guildford summer fair

Returning to Guildford town centre, this annual summer festival celebrates everything about the town and local area, with cycle races, a craft fair and farmers’ markets for all the family. Head to the river to catch the famous raft race.
8-10 August
Guildford Town Centre

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Fuchsias in the glasshouse at Wisley

A colourful and exciting display of Wisley’s special fuchsia collection, which will be bursting to life this time of the year with bright pops of purple and pink.
6 July – 18 August; 10am-5.15pm
RHS Wisley

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Join Kew Palace’s history cooks as they whip up some Georgian treats in The Royal Kitchens of Kew Palace. The team will be able to draw on their knowledge of Georgian history and will teach visitors a thing or two about how cooking and cuisine has changed over the generations. 
10-11 August; see website for details
Kew Palace
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Children’s parties experts, Sharky and George, are bringing their own brand of mayhem to Battersea Power Station, with viking-themed games and crafts for kids. 
10 August; 11am & 12.30pm
Battersea Power Station 

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