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Gilbert & Sullivan For All

The Eastbourne Gilbert and Sullivan Society have made a loss on their last production ‘The Pirates of Penzance’ at the Devonshire Park Theatre in May of this year. Playing in the same week at the Congress Theatre was ‘Fiddler on the Roof’.   Needless to say the Society suffered and was unable to maintain the(…)

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What happens When Your Number is Up?

What happens When Your Number is Up? ‘I want to be number one.’ said One. ‘But you are.’ Said two, ‘and I am your number two.’ Three is going to feel odd and four will be even. One said, ‘I can be divisible by three and four.’ ‘You’ve got One over me.’ Said Two, ‘I(…)

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Let Not My Blood on Field Stain

Let Not My Blood on Field Stain Lightning has struck the stricken heart, the earth has cracked its crust. The troubled spirit has fallen apart, broken souls have turned to dust. The minds of men have been truly tested, when precious moments are stored inside. Anguished nerves have barely crested, the torment that follows is(…)

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Non-Stop Cavalcade of Rock and Roll hits Eastbourne

Non-Stop Cavalcade of Rock and Roll hits Eastbourne

  Its time to Shake, Rattle and Roll all the way back to the 1950’s at the Congress Theatre, Eastbourne this summer as the American jukebox musical, Rock Around the Clock, comes to town from 12th – 16th August. Travel back to the time of Teddy Boys, quiffs, Brylcreem, poodle skirts and blue suede shoes,(…)

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Coleridge’s Dark Maritime Tale Visits Worthing

Coleridge’s Dark Maritime Tale Visits Worthing

  The National Theatre has co-commissioned Rime, a mix of circus, dance and theatre based on Coleridge’s The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, which is performed at Worthing’s Pavilion Theatre by Square Peg Contemporary Circus from August 8th – 10th. Directed by Tim Lenkiewicz, the 2012 Herald Angel Award-winning production combines circus, theatre, dance and(…)

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New inclusive adoption service launched by PACT

New inclusive adoption service launched by PACT

  Adoption charity Parents And Children Together (PACT) is to launch a new service to help gay and lesbian people adopt a child. PACT successfully applied for £400,000 funding from the Department for Education (DfE) to launch a new Inclusive Adoption service that specialises and focuses on the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community(…)

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Storrington… bloomin’ marvellous in July!

Storrington… bloomin’ marvellous in July!

July is the time when much of our flora is at its best, this year I have become familiar with Storrington’s local ‘In Bloom’ group and gained real insight into the vast amounts of work that their volunteers put in to making the local area look beautiful. As judging day in Storrington descends it is(…)

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