Eastbourne entertainment listings, Friday to Thursday, July 12-18
Concerts, stage shows, films, exhibitions and stand-up comedy gigs
01323 731441, eastbournecurzon.net
The Queen’s Corgi (PG): Sat & Sun 2.00; Fri & Mon-Thu 5.00.
Anna (15): Fri & Mon-Thu 2.00, 8.00; Sat & Sun 5.00, 8.00.
Spider-Man – Far From Home (12A): 2.05, 5.05, 8.05.
Toy Story 4 (U): 2.10, 5.10.
Yesterday (12A): 8.10.
EASTBOURNE CINEWORLD AT THE BEACON
0330 333 4444
No screenings listed until July 19.
X-Men Dark Phoenix (12A): Fri & Sat 7.45; Sun 1.30.
Kids 4 A Quid: How To Train Your Dragon – The Hidden World (PG): Sat 2.15.
Autism Friendly Screening: How To Train Your Dragon – The Hidden World (PG) Sun 10.30.
Gloria Bell (15): Mon & Tue 7.45.
Rocketman (15): Wed & Thu 2.15, 7.45.
Glyndebourne – The Barber Of Seville (12A): Sun 5.30.
TOWNER ART GALLERY, EASTBOURNE
www.townereastbourne.org.uk, 01323 434670
UNTIL NOVEMBER 10: TEN: Towner curates the collection. To celebrate Towner’s tenth anniversary in the Rick Mather designed building near the seafront
UNTIL MAY 2020: Brewers Towner Commission. Lothar Götz has created a temporary artwork that has transformed the exterior walls of the gallery into a large-scale, colourful geometric mural this summer.
UNTIL SEPTEMBER 8: Dineo Seshee Bopape: Sedibeng, it comes with the rain.
CONGRESS THEATRE, EASTBOURNE
www.eastbournetheatres.co.uk, 01323 412000
JULY 13: Roy Orbison and The Traveling Wilburys Experience, 7.30pm, £24.50, £26.50. A journey through the story of the Wilburys, with expert narrative and big screen action.
JULY 15-20: Dirty Dancing, various times, £19-£39.50. Seen by millions across the globe, this worldwide smash hit tells the classic story of Baby and Johnny.
JULY 25-AUGUST 3: Top Hat – The Musical by The Rattonians. Mon-Sat 7.30pm, Sun 3pm, Thur & Sat (Aug 1-3) 2.30pm. £20, terraces £18. Under 16s and over 60s £2 off. Dazzling tap dancing, lavish production numbers, amazing costumes, fabulous sets, a professional orchestra and a brilliant score.
AUGUST 6-10: Calendar Girls – The Musical, 7.30pm, Wed, Thur, Sat 2.30pm, £19.50-£48.50. This musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth is the award-winning production based on the true story of the calendar girls.
DEVONSHIRE PARK THEATRE. EASTBOURNE
www.eastbournetheatres.co.uk, 01323 412000
JULY 10-20: Deathtrap, 7.45pm (2.30pm shows on July 13, 17, 20.)
JULY 25-AUGUST 17: The 39 Steps. 7.45pm, Weds & Sat 2.30pm. No performances on Sundays and Mondays. Tickets £19-£26.50. A riotous spy thriller from the team behind last summer’s Return To The Forbidden Planet and One Man, Two Guvnors.
JULY 24-AUGUST 3: EODS – Romeo and Juliet, 7.30pm (no performance July 28. Premium Seats £19. Standard seats £16. Over 60 and under 16s £14 (not available on premium seats). Written around 1594, Shakespeare’s tragedy about the two star-crossed lovers, was one of his most popular plays during his lifetime and has continued to delight audiences ever since.
ROYAL HIPPODROME, EASTBOURNE
JULY 12-16: The Broadway Players present The Sound of Music, 7.30pm (2.30pm Saturday, 3.30pm and 7.45pm Sunday). When Maria proves too high-spirited for the religious life, she is dispatched to serve as governess for the seven children of widowed Captain Von Trapp. Maria transforms the Von Trapp family home from a place of dour rules and regulations to one filled with joy, laughter and music.
Printers Playhouse, Grove Road
JULY 10-14: Eastbourne Comedy Festival.
JULY 12: PPH Community Choir, 10.30am, £6.
JULY 15: PPH Community Choir, 7pm, £6. Everyone welcome.
JULY 16: Ukulele Army, 8pm, free. Bring your own ukulele or borrow one. Tuition provided.
JULY 17: Open stage night, 8pm, free. All musician, poets, storytellers and comedians welcome.
JULY 19: PPH Community Choir, 10.30am, £6.
JULY 19: Buzzing, 7.45pm. After hosting an erotica party at home, newly divorced Julie resolutely decides to enjoy her unspent youth and find some men to rekindle her sexuality and feel like a woman again. Turn to page 55 to find out more.
JULY 19: Danny Goring featuring Dan Stewart, 9pm. An evening of original songsmithery, ‘funked up’ folk tunes and choice songs from classic singer-songwriters, performed by Danny Goring and folk multi-instrumentalist Dan Stewart. Danny will be performing his new single ‘The Blinding Light’, out now on Spotify and all digital platforms. Free entry.
LAMB FOLK CLUB, HIGH STREET
JULY 17: Bob Hall and Hilary Blythe, £7. Doors 7.30pm, 8pm start.
UNDER GROUND THEATRE, EASTBOURNE
0843 289 1980
JULY 27: Free live music from Jim and Luke Murray, Milton Hide and the Pevensey Ukulele Group. 10am (doors 9.30am) to 12pm, free entry. Refreshments available.
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