The Star Inn, Guildford


The Star, in the heart of Guildford, has been entertaining the people of the town for more than 400 years and is proudly continuing that tradition as the area’s longest-running live music venue.


Saturday 15th November
The Common Heroes
Old Boarder
Sk punk & Indie Rock
Doors 7.30pm, FREE ENTRY
Sunday 16th November
The Peacemaker Tour Part 2
Support Tbc
Hard/ Classic Rock
Doors 7.30pm/ £5
Monday 17th November
How’s Harry
Madd Elizabeth
Indie Rock/ Alt. Rock
Doors 7pm/ £3
Tuesday 18th November
Support tbc
Four piece rock band
Doors 8pm/ £4
Saturday 22nd November
Versus Events Present
Cartoons Can’t Die
Out Like Wolves
Idle States
Heavy Rock/ Metal
Doors 7pm, £5/ £4 adv.
Monday 24th November
The Music Box presents
Bare Jams
Indigo Children
Acoustic pop/ funk/ reggae/ ska
Doors 8pm FREE ENTRY
Thursday 27th November
Rose Coloured Presents
Miss Vincent
My Secret Black Boyfriend
Alt. Rock
Doors 7pm/ £3
Saturday 29th November
Classic Rock
Doors 8.00pm, FREE ENTRY
Sunday 30th November
Christmas Show
Phoebe Hunt’s Vocal Students
Godalming Jazz Choir
Doors7.30pm adults £7.00/ Kids & concessions £5.00


Monday 1st December
Wednesday 3rd December – Saturday 20th December
Guildford Fringe Presents
DICK – the adult panto
Everyone knows the age-old tale of Mr Whittington: Dick meets pussy and they go on an adventure together. With a set-up line like that, what’s not to enjoy?
Neil Barrage, MP for the UTWIT Party, is running as a candidate for Mayor of London to further his dastardly plans for world domination. See what we did there?
Dick is on his way to London to seek fame, fortune and love (or at least lust) when he meets Peter the cat and they form a bond as iconic as Ant and Dec.
Our trio of sailors, Watt, Ware and Howe have been conceived for comedy value alone and have very little to do with the plot, other than allowing us to crowbar in lots of ‘seamen’ jokes.
Lastly but most importantly, we have the love interest in the shapely shapes of Gloria and Fabula. Their local ironmongers shop is the kind of family establishment that B&Q et al are slowly putting out of business. We could have set the story in Homebase, but the staff aren’t smutty enough.
In this tale of love and power, who will go up in the world, and who will go down?
Can we make the word ‘election’ sound rude?
Against all the odds, will Dick stand firm?
Join your friends and colleagues for this year’s adult panto from the Guildford Fringe team behind the sell-out run of “Cinders” in 2013.
Strictly over 18s. This is an ideal Christmas party night out guaranteed to make you laugh harder than any panto you’ve ever seen. Or your money back. *
* Money back guarantees a complete sham. We are a Fringe theatre company, for heavens sake!
Doors 8.00pm, Tickets £14.50, £12.50 concessions

Sunday 21st December

Versus Events

Details tbc

Saturday 27th December

Telephone Road
The Tomahawks
Return of the Love

Guitar Pop
Doors 8pm/ £3