What's on this weekend in Surrey
PUBLISHED: 16:35 20 January 2020 | UPDATED: 16:41 20 January 2020
Some of the best things to do in Surrey this weekend (January 24, 25, 26): art exhibitions, walks, concerts, theatre, places to visit and other events and days out
Peaceful Places Walk at Winkworth Arboretum - Until February 28
Throughout the first couple months of 2020 take some time to relax as you explore the peaceful corners of this stunning National Trust property between Busbridge and Hascombe.
The event is free but normal admission to the site applies.
David Hockney Exhibition at The Lightbox, Woking - Opening January 25
This Saturday will be the opening of a new exhibition exploring Hockney's influence on the world of art throughout the 20th century. As well as the exhibition itself there will be a number of supplementary events including talks, tours and workshops.
Lightbox members go free or it is £7.50 for a day pass.
Burns Night Celebration at The Spike, Guildford - January 25
Starting with a delicious reception of canapes and prosecco, you'll celebrate Burns Night during a delicious four-course meal while a band plays a number of appropriate tunes for an evening of Ceilidh.
Ticketing information can be found in the link above.
Around 130 stalls will be available for you to browse in a number of indoor areas where you'll be able to discover items you likely won't find anywhere else.
Admission is £3 if purchased in advance.
The Big Houseplant Takeover at RHS Wisley - Starting January 25
From this Saturday the Glasshouse at Wisley will be transformed by houseplants doing a number of unusual things you'd certainly not expect of your usual plant.
The event runs through the winter until March 1.