The Grove Theatre Eastbourne is back in business
Artistic director Steve Scott said: “The town’s newest arts and community venue is now opening its doors to the public, with a programme of socially-distanced performances for the rest of 2020.
“The Grove team have installed a range of social distancing measures to ensure the safety of its patrons. These include reduced venue capacity, online ticket purchasing only to limit contact and enable track and trace, hands-free hand sanitiser stations, one-way systems and table service for drinks.
“This is good news for Eastbourne. We are delighted to be able to offer the public an exciting programme of events, with something for all.”
“Highlights include a brand-new show from Cabaret Cerises, a Halloween screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and the Christmas classic It’s A Wonderful Life presented as a live 1940s style radio play.”
For more information, and booking, visit http://www.groveeastbourne.comShows coming up include:
National Poetry Day, Thursday, October 1, 7.15pm. The Poetry Café Eastbourne invites you to be entertained, moved and challenged by responses on the theme of Vision.
Cabaret Cerises, October 2 and 3, 8pm. Cabaret Cerises are back with a new show full of aerial, singing, boylesque, burlesque and tease.
Victim (PG), Friday, October 9, 8pm. Landmark thriller featuring an extraordinary performance by Dirk Bogarde.
Half A Sixpence (U), Friday, October 16, 8pm. Tommy Steele stars in the classic musical film.
Waiting For Hamlet, Friday, October 23, 7.30pm. Winner of the 2018 Kenneth Branagh New Drama Writing award, this comedy about a tragedy locks King Hamlet and Yorick in a battle of wits between two fools.