SEAFORD CHORAL SOCIETY: Almost Instant Mozart Requiem at St Leonard’s Church, Church Street today, Friday. Performance with organ accompaniment and soloist’s starting at 7pm, £3 at the door proceeds to local charity. Tel. 01323 891307.
COMEDY AT THE CLUBHOUSE: The monthly comedy evening hosted by Julie Jepson tonight, Friday, at Seaford Head Golf Club, Southdown Road from 7pm. Tickets £10 at the door. Tel. 07773522943 or email email@example.com
COMMUNITY CINEMA: Seaford Community Cinema are showing Mia Madre cert 15 (subtitled) tonight, Friday, at The Barn Theatre, Saxon Lane from 7pm. www.seafordcinema.org
TABLE TOP SALE: At East Dean Village Hall, Village Green Lane on Monday from 10am to 1pm. Entry 50p refreshments available.
TIDEMILLS WALK: Lead by local historian Kevin Gordon on Easter Sunday meeting at The Buckle Car Park at 2pm. Tickets £5 from The Tourist Information Centre, 37 Church Street. Tel. 01323 897426
ITALIAN FOOD MARKET: Is coming to Sutton Road on Friday April 1. This is an all day event.
EAST BLATCHINGTON LECTURES: Is starting this year’s series with a talk about one of the most intriguing English painters. It will be given by the art historian Kay Blackburn at St Peter’s Church, Belgrave Road on Tuesday April 5. Her subject is Joseph Wright of Derby an 18th century painter, talented and versatile, who developed new and original subjects, including night scenes, scientific experiments and early industrial scenes. His main work was in depicting the domestic and workshop interiors at the time of the Industrial Revolution where by the light of a candle or a furnace, the figures are thrown into relief and dramatically presented. His famous painting, now in The National Gallery was An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump and not quite as horrific as it may sound. He also painted some fine portraits of high standing people of the time. The illustrated talk starts at 2.30pm and everyone is welcome. Tickets are £7 which includes tea and cake and are available on the day or from Newberry Tully Estate Agent, Church Street.
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