Many photographs and engravings exist recording the development of Eastbourne’s town centre architecture from Victorian to present day.
Modern concerns of scientific responsibility, parental neglect, cognitive development and the nature of good and evil are embedded within Mary Shelley’s thrilling, deeply disturbing classic gothic tale – told through the eyes of the Creature...
Phil Law is a self-taught pianist. His music is influenced by Bach, Benjamin Britten, Tom Waits, Thelonious Monk, Dr John, Nina Simone, Randy Newman - oh and Aphex Twin so quite a varied mix.
Every Thursday on Twitter sees a vibrant networking opportunity for Eastbourne and the wider Sussex region.
Following a sell-out run at their home venue, the Fairlight Players bring this hilarious play to the Stables Theatre.
Richard Walder and Ron Turner will host this month's Acoustic Sessions and open the night with a few songs of their own. The session ends with a jam and sing-along for all to participate.
Come and join the entertaining show "No Man's Land" at the Theatre Royal Brighton.
One of the most talked about films of the year, this exhilarating heist thriller is shot at night on the streets of Berlin in a single continuous take: Victoria is a student living in Berlin looking for adventure, but one night she gets far more than she bargained for.
Jazz nights will be launching Rye Jazz-Fest 2016 in style at The Mermaid Inn with a mix of both musical and culinary delights.
"The Secret Level" is all about showcasing a range of colourful and upbeat acoustica - ranging from pop, folk, funk, country and lyrical - within the atmospheric candle-lit hidden gem of The Brunswick's cellar bar.