Redhill Sinfonia will be joined by Canadian violinist Kai Gleusteen for its autumn concert at Reigate Park Church on Saturday, November 29.

The concert promises to be a rich romantic treat with Bruckner's Symphony No 4 and Sibelius' Violin Concerto.

Kai, who has won acclaim for the expressive depth of his performances, will join the Sinfonia for the Sibelius work.

The piece demands a range of emotions from icy chill to fiery passion and a virtuoso performance from Kai is hotly anticipated.

The Bruckner Symphony, which transports listeners to a medieval world of castles and forest hunts, promises to be rich in autumnal textures with its warm themes shared by the strings and a full brass section.

Tickets for the 7.45pm concert are £9, with concessions £8 and under 18s £5 and are available from orchestra members in advance, or on the door.

REIGATE Methodist Players are presenting a double bill of one-act plays, A Respectable Funeral by Jimmie Chinn and Hit Man by Barry Lambert. The performances, which will raise money towards replacing the group's outdated church hall with a multi-purpose community centre, are at the Rank Hall, Reigate, from Thursday, November 20, to Saturday, November 22, at 8pm. Tickets, which include an interval meal of fish and chips or an alternative, are £10 and available from Stephen Tickell on 01737 760330.

PARLIAMENTARIAN Tony Benn, the longest-serving MP in the history of the Labour Party, brings his evening of frank responses and entertaining anecdotes, An Audience With Tony Benn, to The Hawth, Crawley, on Thursday, November 20, at 7.30pm. Tickets at £15, discounts £13.50, on 01293 553636.

OPERA della Luna will present its production of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado, transported to the world of today's fashion houses and featuring costumes inspired by Versace and Jean-Paul Gaultier, at The Hawth, Crawley, on Friday, November 21, at 8pm. Tickets at £17.50, discounts £15, on 01293 553636.

TEN-PIECE brass emsemble IP Brass, formed to bridge the gap between traditional brass bands, orchestral brass ensembles and the big band style with an eclectic repertoire, will be performing at The Hawth Studio, Crawley, on Sunday, November 23, at 3pm. Tickets at £9.75, discounts £8.50, on 01293 553636.

ACT present Building On A Dream, a play written and directed by Beth Wood portraying how life in a classroom is translated in a schoolgirl's dream, at The Harlequin, Redhill, on Monday, November 24, and Tuesday, November 25, at 7pm. Tickets at £8.50, concessions £7, on 01737 765547.

BIG Band musical director Ray McVay will lead the official Glenn Miller Orchestra in a concert with legendary drummer Eric Delaney and top saxophonist Tommy Whittle at The Hawth, Crawley, on Wednesday, November 26, at 7.30pm. Tickets £18.50, discounts £16.50, on 01293 553636.

DRACULA the Panto comes to the Harlequin, Redhill, with a dame, slapstick gothic fun and a songsheet of vampire favourites including Bat Out of Hell and In The Midnight Hour, on Friday, November 28, at 8pm. Tickets £11, concessions £9, on 01737 765547.

CLOSE harmony vocal group Surrey Harmony will perform an evening of music ranging from the 1920s to the present and including wartime ballads, rock favourites and one or two surprises, at The Harlequin, Redhill, on Saturday, November 29, at 7.30pm. Tickets at £10, concessions £9, 01737 765547.

TICKETS for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at The Harlequin, Redhill, from Friday, December 12, to Sunday, January 4, at various prices including saver special performances, are available on 01737 765547.