Come and help restore the oldest building in Eastbourne. A chance to work on the gardens and the house of this fabulous 12th century Priory. All equipment and health and safety is provided, just need sensible shoes/boots and clothing. www.historiclangneypriory.com
Enjoy a guided tour of the castle this winter. This winter we’ll again be offering timed entry tickets and guided tours throughout the day to give our visitors the opportunity to learn more about the castle at this quieter time of year. Booking Not Needed. Children are welcome.
Bodiam Castle, Bodiam, near Robertsbridge,
Today to Fri 25 Jan, Mon 28 Jan to Fri 1 Feb, Mon 4 Feb to Fri 8 Feb, Mon 11 Feb to Fri 15 Feb, Mon 18 Feb to Fri 22 Feb, Mon 25 Feb to Fri 1 Mar
Take time out this winter to discover some of the conservation history of Bodiam Castle. Visit our ’Bombay to Bodiam’ and ’Let India be my Judge’ exhibitions this winter and discover how Lord Curzon’s time in India at the time of the British Raj shaped his preservation work on Bodiam...
“It is a controlled yet intuitive development that allows a huge amount of freedom”
Karen Stamper on the process of collage
With the political world leaving us all feeling a little off kilter we’re reminded that throughout history artists have risen to such challenges.
Artichoke Gallery, Church Street, Ticehurst
Today to Sat 26 Jan, Tue 29 Jan to Sat 2 Feb, Tue 5 Feb to Sat 9 Feb, Tue 12 Feb to Sat 16 Feb, Tue 19 Feb to Sat 23 Feb, Tue 26 Feb to Sat 2 Mar, Tue 5 Mar to Sat 9 Mar, Tue 12 Mar to Sat 16 Mar, Tue 19 Mar
We are a quiver with excitement, bringing you the World Premiere of a hugely entertaining version of Robin Hood.
Our new take on this traditional family favourite is full of colourful characters, live music, laughter and audience participation
Rottingdean Public Hall, Park Road, Rottingdean BN2 7HL
Rottingdean Public Hall, Park Road, Rottingdean, BRIGHTON
US alt-rock band fronted by the uniquely talented Leah Wellbaum (who could have been the lovechild of Kurt Cobain and PJ Harvey and whom also takes care of most of the songwriting duties as well as playing the guitar) alongside with drummer Will Gorin and bassist Kyle Bann – are about to hit the UK for their first
Are you ready to go Beyond the Ordinary?
Imagine having a fabulous day out, where everyone is focused on making sure you have the best possible experience.
A day filled with opportunities to nurture yourself, explore new ideas and get spiritually connected to the cosmos.
An evening of popular classical music and opera highlights
Including: the beautiful piano concerto Op 54 by Robert Schumann
Oberon Overture by Weber, Slavonic Dance Number 2 by Dvorak,
In The Steppes Of Central Asia by Borodin, Alla Marcia from the Karelia Suite by Sibelius
plus two fabulous works by local
St John the Evangelist, Brittany Road, St Leonards-on-Sea
Enjoy the magic of stories by lantern light in the castle. Join our storytellers as they weave their spell with stories throughout the day by lantern light to capture your imagination. Booking Not Needed. Children are particularly welcome.
Imagine a fangtastic Rock Show with amazing lighting effects & set combined with an amalgamation of bizarre, dare devil & astounding Circus acts, accompanied by a rock n roll sound scape of mainly original songs & performed with a forked tongue firmly in each cheek. Not advisable for under 16’s
Annie Dehaney Steven is a versatile jazz vocalist with a warm, smoky voice, a witty and engaging stage presence and beautifully expressive delivery. Her repertoire includes everything from The Great American Songbook to The Beatles and Bacharach.
Coffee morning for like-minded people.
Come along to Beyond the Ordinary coffee mornings, where we will be chilling and chatting about all things Spiritual from Meditation to Manifesting, Healing, Mediumship, Intuition, Alternative Therapies and everything in-between.
The Snug, The Trinity Centre, Trinity Place, Eastbourne
FREE friendly community Art Workshop in the heart of Hastings Town Centre.
Learn how to transform your old high-heels, boots, trainers and kids shoes into fun comic book couture! Materials are supplied but please bring your own shoes and you can bring your own comic books if you prefer.
Thursday 14th, Friday 15th & Saturday 16th February 2019
Enjoy a delicious four course dinner and glass of fizz with your love one this valentines day in our Wealden View Restaurant for only £40.00 per person.
Treat your loved one to a special event at our beautiful medieval castle. Enjoy a glass of bubbly and exclusive after-hours tour of the floodlit castle followed by a romantic candlelit 3-course dinner. Booking Not Needed. Phone: 0344 249 1895. This event is not suitable for children.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Sheffield Park and Garden with a romantic 3-course dinner for two. Enjoy a romantic 3-course supper in the cosy surroundings of Oak Hall. Your reservation includes a glass of sparkling wine, with further drinks available to purchase separately.
Discover some of the famous guests who have visited Bateman’s over the years with our half-term garden trail. Over the years since Rudyard Kipling bought the house in 1902 to the present day, Bateman’s has seen a number of fascinating guests pass through its doors.
Learn more about the stars and outer space with a talk and viewing from our astronomers. Join us for a warm supper followed by a talk by our space experts. Then head out to the parkland for a stargazing experience with our experts from the Seven Sisters Astronomical Society.
Find our play ambassadors in the garden and discover a whole host of ideas of fun things to do during your visit. We’ll be encouraging our younger visitors to enjoy the outdoors and try out new ways to play within nature during February half term.
Journey to a bizarre and enticing kingdom in the woods, presided over by a flamboyant and hungry witch, in this colourful retelling of The Brothers Grimm’s classic fairy tale. With bold and playful puppets, a beautiful, transformative set, and wonderful music.
An evening with the Modulus String Quartet and the New Network Singers
The Modulus String Quartet joins forces with the New Network Singers to perform an array of music by Tim Laverack, Clive Whitburn, Melody Woodham, and Bafta award-winner Jessica Curry.