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Organisers will host a Prosecco Festival in August this year, somewhere unknown in Northampton.

Prosecco festival planned for Sussex

Fans of prosecco have a treat in store with the announcement that special event dedicated to the popular fizzy drink is planned for Sussex later this summer.

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One Man Two Guvnors

INTERVIEW: Getting ready for theatre favourite One Man, Two Guvnors

One Play, One Guvnor. No, that isn’t the title of the show that opens next week at the Devonshire Park Theatre, but it might well be. Eastbourne Director of Theatres Chris Jordan is the man behind the project.

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6oz Burgers: 46 Osborne Road, Southsea, PO5 3LT

6oz Burgers

46 Osborne Road, Southsea, PO5 3LT

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EODS The Comedy Of Errors

Looking ahead to performing in Shakespeare’s early masterpiece

Gamely climbing trees to show off EODS forthcoming theatrical event is the cast of this year’s open air Shakespeare at the Italian Gardens at Holywell.

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Coco Tomita with Mayor and Kenneth Roberts

A classical music star is born in Coco Tomita

Eastbourne Symphony Orchestra’s Summer Concert at St Saviour’s Church on June 18 is unlikely ever to be forgotten by anyone in the audience. Beethoven and Tchaikovsky are reliable crowd-pullers, but neither can be regarded as easy on the performers.

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Summer evening music

Eastbourne Choral Society is fortunate in working with not one, but two professional musicians - both with a wealth of experience and based locally.


Etrusca’s concert promises to be full of sunshine sound

The next in the coffee concert series at St John’s Church, Meads on Saturday July 1 will be a programme entitled Mediterraneo.

Console Corner: WipEout Omega review

Console Corner: WipEout Omega review

The old flame still burns bright.

Trespass at Devonshire Park Theatre

Derivative but oddly involving

A little piece of history at the Devonshire Park Theatre this week: Talking Scarlet mounts the first production for 70 years of the Emlyn Williams play Trespass.

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Recital at Herstmonceux Castle

Classical music fans are in for a treat when one of the world’s foremost Chopin pianists plays in East Sussex this month.

Lord Olivier

Working with the greats of British theatre and TV

Producer and writer Derek Granger will give a talk about his career on Sunday June 25 at 5pm in the Birley Centre followed by a reception.

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Hunt, gather, cook in Ashdown Forest

Will Allen goes on a food adventure in the Sussex countryside.


Great musicals on the way this year

The Congress Theatre is closed for refurbishment yet still the big musicals are on their way to Eastbourne.

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Mark Bassey

Bassey Plays Basie for fans at Splash Point Jazz Club

Splash Point Jazz Club Eastbourne’s gig for June features five top musicians all from the south coast.

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From groovy to gorgeous in summer concert

Phoenix Choir has built up a real reputation for its authentic and dramatic performances of some of the great oratorios.

Opera Boys

Four vocal stars one powerhouse

Leading men from London’s West End combine in an amazing blend of vocal harmony to deliver a stunning blend of music ranging from opera to pop, and everything in between.

Len Goodamn

Blowing the blues away

Just at a time when we needed an antidote to General Elections and Brexit, along came Joe Pettitt and the Len Phillips Big Band to the Winter Garden last Sunday to remind the older generation of the pleasures that were around during the 1930s, 40s, and 50s.

EODS summer 2017

The Comedy of Errors is EODS summer offering

2017 is a busy time for Eastbourne Operatic and Dramatic Society as it celebrates 110 years.

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From Bard to verse with all of Shakespeare’s highlights

Get down to the Under Ground Theatre to enjoy a troupe of five actor musicians as they perform a dramatically irreverent take on works of the greatest scribe of all times – William Shakespeare.

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