East Hoathly

East Hoathly news
East Hoathly news

A PORTRAIT OF SPACE: The first ever performance of this work in East Hoathly will take place in the Parish Church on Saturday February 4. If you are interested in the arts, local history or the great events of the 20th Century Europe please come along. A Portrait of Space is a play for voices set to images of the life and work of surrealists Roland Penrose and Lee Miller who lived at Farley Farm in Chiddingly and will be performed by members of their family and friends, including their son Anthony Penrose. Doors open at 5.45pm, curtain up at 6pm, the performance ending at 8pm, with canapes and mulled wine/soft drinks being served during a 15 minute interval. For tickets (£4 per person) please call David or Sue on 01825 841094 or Tom on 01825 840251. Alternatively visit eventbrite.co.uk/a-portrait-of-space. Proceeds from this event will go to refugee support via the fundraising organisation East Hoathly Village of Sanctuary (ehvillageofsanctuary@gmail.com).

PRESERVATION SOCIETY: You are invited to a talk, Sussex During the First Wold War in East Hoathly Village Hall on Friday February 10 at 7.30pm. Using period photographs to look at aspects of daily life in frontline Sussex - a county within earshot of the Western Front. A time when the county became a warfare supply depot and a reception centre for the wounded. Admission is free to members and guests are very welcome for £4 per person. For further details please contact Toni on 0825 842460.

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