Four things to do in East Sussex

The Noise Next Door – Through TimeThe Noise Next Door – Through Time
The Noise Next Door – Through Time
Wondering what to do over the next few weeks? Here are four of the best events.

An awesome and hilarious era-spanning adventure

The Noise Next Door are coming to Uckfield with their bombastic new show for kids, ‘Through Time’.

The British improv stars will be at the Civic Centre on Saturday, February 15 (2.30pm).

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The Noise Next Door are 12-times sell-out veterans of The Edinburgh Fringe and have appeared on BBC One, ITV1, BBC Three and BBC Radio 4. They have also appeared alongside the likes of Michael McIntyre, Katherine Ryan, Romesh Ranganathan and Harry Hill.

The Fringe hit ‘Through Time’ sees these masters of off-the-cuff comedy take their audience on a side-splitting, jaw-dropping, era-spanning adventure that’s fun for literally everyone. Dinosaurs? Egyptians? Robots? When do you want to go next? It’s up to you...

Your suggestions will be transformed, in the blink of an eye, into ferociously funny scenes and songs on a journey through history, to the future, and back again.

For ages 8+. Tickets are £10 each. Visit

World-class tribute looks at Whitney’s life and legacy

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One Moment In Time – The Greatest Hits of Whitney Houston offers pop classics from world-class singers and musicians at Eastbourne’s Royal Hippodrome Theatre on Valentine’s Day.

The show starts at 7.30pm on February 14 and tickets cost £25 from 01323 802020.

A spokesperson said: “The story that is never told about Whitney is just how uniquely brilliant she was as an artist; by many measures she had the greatest voice of the past 50 years. She changed the way pop music was sung bringing it back full circle to blues and gospel roots. Her legacy was her music and we celebrate her life and songs with a musical concert dedicated to the legend that is Whitney Houston.”

The show stars Nya King.

It’s time to celebrate rock royalty in East Sussex

Fans of loud, live and thrilling classic rock are in for a treat at the Congress Theatre this winter.

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The Classic Rock Show comes to the venue for one night only on Thursday, February 6 (7.30pm).

There is no official dress code but audience members are encouraged to come along in long hair and leather jackets.

Tickets cost £28.50 (premium tickets £38.50) from 01323 412000.

A spokesperson said: “From AC/DC to Fleetwood Mac and with everything in between, this two-and-a-half-hour rock extravaganza will blast the January blues back where they belong; this is the ultimate night out for fans of all rock music.”

A taste of opera at the Civic Centre in Uckfield

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If you enjoy Italian food and listening to opera arias then Luxfords Restaurant in Uckfield’s Civic Centre has the perfect evening for you on February 22.

Soprano Thomasin Trezise will perform favourite arias while you enjoy a sumptuous three-course Italian meal.

Thomasin has appeared in numerous roles at Glyndebourne from Britten to Mozart as well as appearing with other opera companies including Opera Brava, Ludo Productions and English Pocket Opera.

Tickets are £35.50 including a glass of Prosecco on arrival. Advance Booking is essential. Visit

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