Many photographs and engravings exist recording the development of Eastbourne’s town centre architecture from Victorian to present day.
Interested in Psychology applied to what happens at work?
Rob Heron and the Tea Pad Orchestra play their own brand of Western swing, blues, gypsy jazz and country, or ‘North Eastern swing’ as they’ve coined it.
The Eastbourne Borough Market can be found every Wednesday from 9.30am in the town centre at Debenhams Corner to T J Hughes.
Towner holds one of the largest public collections of works by Sussex artist Eric Ravilious (1903-1942). The permanent Ravilious Room is a dedicated space to admire a selection of his finest watercolours, explore the unique archive and browse books on the artist.
An exhibition that explores a kind of everyday theatricality.
Hundreds of ordinary Eastbourne men faced the terror and horror of war in 1916.
An intriguing touring exhibition from the Maritime Archaeology Trust commemorating the maritime aspect of the First World War.
Making Tracks: Eastbourne's Bronze Age Mystery is an immersive exhibition revealing the previously untold stories of Eastbourne’s internationally important Bronze Age discovery.