Eastbourne entertainment listings, Friday, January 31, to Thursday, February 6

Concerts, stage shows, films, exhibitions and stand-up comedy gigs

Friday, 31st January 2020, 3:53 pm
Beautiful – The Carole King Musical. PHoto by Helen Maybanks

CINEMA

EASTBOURNE CINEWORLD AT THE BEACON

0330 333 4444

1917 (15): Fri, Sun, Mon, Wed & Thu 12.10, 3.00, 5.50, 7.20, 8.40; Sat 11.20, 2.10, 5.00, 6.30, 7.50; Tue 12.00, 2.50, 5.40, 8.30.

A Beautiful Day In The Neighbourhood (PG): Fri, Mon, Tue, Wed & Thu 12.00, 2.40, 5.30, 8.10; Sat 11.50, 5.45; Sun 12.00, 5.45. Bad Boys For Life (15) Fri, Sat, Mon, Wed & Thu 12.00, 2.50, 5.40, 8.30; Sun 11.50, 2.50, 5.40, 8.30; Tue 12.10, 3.00, 5.50, 8.40.

Dolittle (PG): Sat & Sun 10.00, 12.30, 3.00, 5.30, 8.00.

Jumanji – The Next Level (12A): Fri, Mon, Wed & Thu 4.20; Sat 12.20, 3.10; Sun 12.40, 3.30; Tue 4.10.

Kinky Boots – The Musical (12A): Tue 7.00.

Little Women (U): Fri, Sun, Mon, Wed & Thu 1.10; Sat 12.30; Tue 1.00.

Paw Patrol – Ready, Race, Rescue! (U): Sat & Sun 10.40, 12.20, 2.00.

Queen And Slim (15): Fri, Mon, Tue, Wed & Thu 2.00, 5.10, 8.20; Sat & Sun 2.40, 8.20.

Spies In Disguise (PG): Sat 10.00.

Star Wars – The Rise Of Skywalker (12A): Fri, Mon, Wed & Thu 3.10; Sat 3.30; Sun 4.10; Tue 3.40.

The Gentlemen (18): Fri, Mon, Wed & Thu 12.30, 6.20, 9.00; Sat 9.20; Sun 6.20, 9.00; Tue 12.50, 5.20.

The Personal History Of David Copperfield (PG): Fri, Mon, Wed & Thu 12.00, 2.30, 5.20, 8.00; Sat & Sun 11.40, 2.30, 5.20, 8.10; Tue 12.00, 2.30, 8.00.

The Rhythm Section (tbc): Fri, Mon, Tue, Wed & Thu 12.50, 3.30, 6.10, 8.50; Sat & Sun 3.30, 6.10, 8.50.

Metropolitan Opera – Porgy And Bess (12A): Sat 5.55.

Movies For Juniors – Missing Link (PG): Sat 10.00; Sun 10.10.

Autism Friendly Screening – Spies In Disguise (PG): Sun 11.00.

HAILSHAM PAVILION

01323 841414

Cats (PG): Fri, Mon & Tue 7.45; Sat, Sun, Wed & Thu 2.15, 7.45.

ARTS

TOWNER ART GALLERY

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UNTIL FEBRUARY 2020: David Nash – 200 Seasons. This exhibition is a major survey of Nash’s career from the late 1960s to the present day, exploring his unique contribution to British sculpture and the international Land Art movement.

UNTIL MAY 10: BRINK – Caroline Lucas curates the Towner Collection. Her choices reflect her passions.

UNTIL SPRING 2021: Lothar Götz – Dance Diagonal, Gallery Exterior, free admission. Drawing on the gallery’s architecture, angles, curves and recesses, Götz has created his largest painting to date, a colourful piece that also marks the first time that an artist has been commissioned to create an artwork for Towner’s exterior at scale.

VENUES

CONGRESS THEATRE

01323 412000

February 2: The Official I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue Stage Tour, 7.30pm, £29. Join Tim Brooke-Taylor, Tony Hawks, Miles Jupp, Richard Osman and host Jack Dee for an unmissable evening of inspired nonsense.

FEBRUARY 6: The Classic Rock Show, 7.30pm, £28.50, premium tickets £38.50.

FEBRUARY 8: Paul Carrack – 20/20 Tour, 7.30pm, £36.50-£41.50. Plus support. Paul and his awesome six-piece band take to the road again.

FEBRUARY 11-15: Beautiful – The Carole King Musical. Tuesday to Saturday 7.30pm. Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday 2.30pm, £32-£52.

DEVONSHIRE PARK THEATRE

FEBRUARY 15: Chinese New Year Extravaganza, 2.30pm, £18.50-£22.50. Concessions £1.50 off, children £2 off (under 16s), family saver £68 (two adults, two children), groups of 10 get 11th ticket free. Jinlong Culture & Performing Arts brings a spectacular line-up of Chinese acrobatics, music and dance to Eastbourne.

ROYAL HIPPODROME

01323 802020

JANUARY 31: The Story of Guitar Heroes, 7.30pm, £23-£25. Presented by guitar virtuoso Phil Walker, this show’s band uses more than 30 guitars to accurately recreate the sound and ambiance of each guitar hero.

February 7: The Jersey Beats, 7.30pm, £21-£24. Celebrating Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons.

EASTBOURNE COLLEGE THEATRE

FEBRUARY 4-5: Eastbourne College presents Jerusalem by Jez Butterworth on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 4-5. This is an AQA A-level Lower Sixth set text production. A spokesperson said: “In a country community involving gangs and gypsies, the play explores rural life in England.” Performances are 6.45pm at Eastbourne College Theatre. Over 16s only due to strong language. Tickets £10 from 01323 452255, [email protected] or wegottickets.com.

PRINTERS PLAYHOUSE, GROVE ROAD

JANUARY 31: PPH Community Choir. Come all and sing! 7pm, Downstairs at Printers, only £6.

JANUARY 31: Tom Cole. Super talented Hastings based Tom brings back his country, folk and gospel flavours. 9pm, Downstairs at Printers, free.

FEBRUARY 1: Objayda. Top song-writing from this alt-pop duo who have travelled the world. 9pm, Downstairs at Printers, free.

FEBRUARY 3: PPH Community Choir. 7pm, Downstairs, £6.

FEBRUARY 4: Printers’ Ukulele Army. Tuition provided. Bring your own instrument or borrow one. All welcome. Downstairs, from 8pm, free.

FEBRUARY 5: Open Stage Night. All musicians, poets, storytellers and comedians welcome. Downstairs at Printers, from 8pm, free.

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