Music and multi media shows in Lewes focus on twinning

The bond between Lewes and its German twin town of Waldshut-Tiengen will be celebrated in a two-day extravaganza at The All Saints Centre.

On October 4 it hosts three hours of music from The Ouse Valley Collective and Der Joshi und Seine Crew from 8-11pm.

And on October 5, WTpur Die Show promises a mult-media event. Journalist, photographer and cameraman Rainer Joerger from Germany has put together an entertaining trip through Waldshut-Tiengen on the River Rhine and Lewes on the River Ouse.

The show, from 7pm, is produced in high resolution and will include several live acts. Tickets for both events are £7 each, available from Lewes Town Hall and The All Saints Centre.