The Friends of Surrey Performing Arts Library (FOSPAL) was formed in 2000 following the move to the present location at Denbies Winery. It was set up to provide support for the Library with the aim of building on the obvious goodwill of users and the public.
Members' subscriptions and donations are the principal source of funds and each year nearly £2000 is spent on enhancing the services and equipment of the Library.
A number of talks are arranged throughout the year covering a wide range of topics relating to the arts. Speakers are chosen for their experience and knowledge of their subject. The talks take place on Saturday afternoons in the Vaughan Williams Room (at the Library) and admission is free. Light refreshments are provided.
FOSPAL is an independent registered charity with a formal constitution and an elected committee.
Everyone who values the Surrey Performing Arts Library is urged to join FOSPAL (the subscription is only £10 pa). A really large membership will strengthen the support that FOSPAL can give to the Library.
Newsletters are circulated to all members to provide information about future events.
If you require more information please contact:
Chairman, Friends of Surrey Performing Arts Library
Other FOSPAL Committee members:
Joan McKenzie (Subscriptions Secretary) Linda Koscia (Treasurer)
Paul McKay (Secretary) Ellie Miles (Senior Librarian)
David Lees Jean Burger
Christopher Slater Barbara Christopher
Saturday 10 June 2017 - Carry On Acting
Actor Robin Sebastian will be talking about how he got into acting and his life as an actor.
Click here for more details.
You can find the latest FOSPAL newsletter here
Surrey Performing Arts Library