What’s on July 13, 2012

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Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street 0845 293 8480: Krater Comedy Club, until July 15; Funny Women, 8pm July 14; Krater Comedy club, July 19-22.


Trinity Theatre (01892) 678678: Comedy Cafe, 8pm July 13.



Winter Garden (01323) 412000: Summer School For Young Musicians Concert, 4.30pm/7pm July 13/20; Royal Marines Band Concert, 7.30pm July 19.


All Saints Church, Eaton Road: Lunchtime Recital – Siriol Hugh-Jones cello, Mark Fielding piano, 1pm July 19. Free admission with retiring collection.


St Pancras Cluny Hall, Irelands Lane: Songs From Russia, 7.30pm July 14. Tickets from 01273 473309.


Lindfield URC Church: Tunes and Tea cafe, July 21, 3pm. Classical guitar, saxophone trio plus songs from the church singers and refreshments. Donations in aid of St Peter and St James Hospice. For more information contact 01444 450335.


St Nicholas Church: A Musical Offering by candlelight. Alison Bury violin, Catherine Rimer cello, Tom Foster harpsichord and Neil McLaren flute, 8pm July 13 (picnic from 7pm). Bookings on 01323 764449 or 01424 216651.


St Leonard’s Church, Church Street: Lunchtime Concert, Piano 4 Hands by DueAna, 1pm July 14. Free admission, retiring collection.


Assembly Hall Theatre (01892) 530613/532072: TWIYCA Finals Night Concert, 6.30pm July 15.



Black Lion, 14 Black Lion Street (01273) 711884: Attic Monkeys vs Molly Malone’s Dex in the City, 8.30pm July 13; Burnt Toast’s Black Loin Block Party, 4pm July 14; Live and Swingin’, 8pm July 15; Monday Club, 9pm July 16; Hit The Decks, July 17; Acoustic Showcase, 8.30pm July 18; Soul Casserole, 8.30pm July 19.

Brighton Dome (01273) 709709: SOURCE new Music – Sweet Sweet Lies plus support, 7.30pm July 13.

Coalition, 171-180 Kings Road Arches: Les Enfant, 11pm July 14.

Fiddler’s Elbow, 11 Boyces Street: TFI Friday, 8pm July 13; DJ Decks In The City, 9pm July 14; Sham-Rock Open Mic, 8.30pm July 15; Fiddler’s Folk Off V, 8.30pm July 19.

Fishbowl, 74 East Street (01273) 777505: Jeff Daniels, 9pm July 13; Latenite Lounging, 9pm July 14.

Fortune of War, Brighton Seafront: Fever, 9pm July 13; Ben GC Summer Party with guests, 9pm July 14.

Globe: TSOB and Rum Friday, 9pm July 13; Sumsuch and Juan Corbi, 9pm July 14; Global Bass, 9pm July 18.

Green Door Store, Trafalgar Arches: Thomas White, Mary Hampton and Red River Dialect, 7.30pm July 19.

Hampton, 57 Upper North Street (01273) 731347: Live Acoustic Music, 8pm July 15.

Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street 0845 293 8480: Move On Up: Montessori Fundraiser, 7.30pm July 13; ipop! 11pm July 13; Dan Powell, 7.30pm July 19.

Latest MusicBar, 14-17 Manchester Street (01273) 687171: Mal Webb, 8pm July 17.

Marlborough, 4 Princes Street: I Love Electro, July 13.

Mash Tun, 1 Church Street (01273) 684951: Tin Cup Collective, 9pm July 18; They Mostly Come At Night, 9pm July 19.

Paris House, 21 Western Road: Lo Polidoro, July 19.

Signalman: Open Mic Night, 8pm July 15.

The Hope, 11-12 Queens Road (01273) 325793: Live Sessions, 9pm July 16; Post War Years, 8pm July 19.

The Mesmerist, 1-3 Prince Albert Street (01273) 328542: Andy Twyman, July 19.

The Victory, 6 Duke Street (01273) 326555: Soul Explosion DJs, 9pm July 14; Some Dark Hollow Extra, 8pm July 16; Open Mic, 8pm July 19.

The Worlds End, 60-61 London Road (01273) 692311: Meow Meows, 8pm July 13; Unity HiFi, 8pm July 14; Sam’s Open Mic and Acoustic Showcase, 8pm July 15.

Thomas Kemp, 8 St Georges Road (01273) 683334: DJ Hot-Tip-Hi-Fi, 9pm July 13; DJ Spindo, 9pm July 14; Kev and Jennas Open Mic, 8.30pm July 18; Unplugged sessions, acoustic sets, 9pm July 19.

Western Front, Cranbourne Street: Brighton’s finest DJs, 8pm July 13; Jay and Rich, 8pm July 14; EME Live, 8pm July 15; Hush Hush acoustic night, 8pm July 18.

Xuma, Dyke Road (01273) 724036: The Hellcats, July 14.


Under Ground Theatre, Grove Road 0845 680 1926: Con Brio at the regular coffee morning, 10am-noon July 14.


Village Hall/Reading Room: Celebrating the life and songs of Maria Cunningham, 2.30pm July 15.


Adastra Hall: The Starrlite Beatles 60’s Night, July 20. Doors open 7.30pm. £7 a ticket and bring your own bottle. Tickets available from 07904 876 592 or www.wegottickets.com/event/170587

Clayton & Keymer Royal British Legion, Woodsland Road: Karaoke with Don & Matt, July 14; Rapscallion, July 21. Local band Kevin & the gang are back playing all the classics from the 60s & 70s. Tel: 01273 845829 for more info.


Freemasons, Western Road: The Peoples Playlist, 9pm July 13; Tracy Jane Sullivan, July 19.

The Ancient Mariner, Rutland Road: The Acoustic Sessions, 8.30pm July 14.


Elephant & Castle: Lewes Saturday Folk Club – Brendon Power: Irish and Blues Music for Harmonica workshop, 10.45am-4.45pm July 14. Evening performance.

The Royal Oak, Station Street: Folk at The Royal Oak – Jim and Lynette Eldon, 8pm July 19.


Pavilion Theatre, Marine Parade (01903) 206206: The Upbeat Beatles, 7.45pm July 15.

The Elms: Spudgun Assassins, July 14, 9pm.



De la Warr Pavilion (01424) 229111: Ignite, 7.30pm July 14.


Brighton Dome (01273) 709709: Family Festival 2012, 7.15pm July 13; Straight Up 2012, 6pm July 14; The Snail and the Whale, 11.30am/2.30pm July 15.

New Venture Theatre, Bedford Place (01273) 746118: 10 Minute Plays, 7.45pm July 14-21 (not Sun, 2.30pm Sat).

Theatre Royal 08448 717 650: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Radio Show Live, 7.45pm until July 14; Educating Rita, 7.45pm July 16-21 (Thurs mat 2.30pm).


Festival Theatre (01243) 781312: Kiss Me Kate, until Sept 1; Heart Break House, until Aug 25.

Minerva Theatre (01243) 781312: The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, until July 28.


The Hawth Theatre (01293) 553636: Snail and the Whale, 11m/2pm July 14 (4yrs plus); Ariel Company Theatre Showcase, 7pm July 16.


Congress Theatre (01323) 412000: Bohemian Rhapsody, 7.30pm until July 14 (Sat mat 2.30pm); Singin’ in the Rain, July 18-28.

Devonshire Park Theatre (01323) 412000: Murder Mistaken, 7.45pm until July 14 (Sat mat 2.30pm); Bugle Boy, 7.45pm July 17-28 (Wed/Sat mat 2.30pm).

Winter Garden (01323) 412000: Street Styles 2012, 6.30pm July 14; Summer Dance Show, July 15.


Chequer Mead (01342) 302000: Sweet Charity, July 13/14; Rapunzel, 2pm July 14; West Hoathly Primary School presents A Golden Grecian Odyssey, 7pm July 16; Blackwell School presents A Summer Production, 7pm July 18.


Glyndebourne (01273) 815000: La boheme, 6.05pm July 13/19; Le nozze di Figaro, 3.30pm July 15.


Borde Hill Garden: The Seed: Burning Gold, July 19-22, 8.15pm. £12.50 and £8.50. Box Office: Chichester Festival Theatre on 01243 781312 or www.cft.org.uk


Players Theatre, High Street: Hurstpierpoint Players - Summer Comedy Special. Double bill of comedy from two of Britain’s best comedy writers: Gosforth’s Fete, by Alan Ayckbourn and A Respectable Funeral by Jimmy Chinn, until July 14, 8pm. Tickets available from Vanilla, 40 High Street, Hurstpierpoint. Telephone 01273 834506 (9am-5pm).

Village Centre: New Sussex Opera, Dido and Aeneas, 7.30pm July 14. Tickets from The Mint House or www.nso.localboxoffice.com


Southover Grange Gardens: The Synergy Theatre’s performance of Macbeth, 7.30pm July 17. Tickets 7788 678308.

St Pancras Priory Ruins: Lewes Community Theatre presents A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 7.30pm July 13, 2.30pm/7.30pm July 14, 2.30pm July 15. Please bring cushions, blankets and picnics (folding chairs by prior arrangement only on 01273 475840). Tickets available on the door.

Town Hall: New Sussex Opera, Dido and Aeneas, 7.30pm July 15. Tickets from Octave Recorded Music or www.nso.localboxoffice.com


Crouch Gardens, East Street: The Synergy Theatre’s performance of Macbeth, 7pm July 14/15. Tickets online or 01273 301444.

Seaford Little Theatre, 4 Steyne Road: A double bill of two one act plays, The Browning Version and Fumed Oak, 7.45pm July 20/23-28 (mat 2.30pm July 21). Tickets from Sussex Eyecare, Broad Street.


Assembly Hall Theatre (01892) 530613/532072: The Gruffalo, Live on stage, 1.30pm July 13, 10.30am/1.30pm July 14.

Trinity Theatre (01892) 678678: Closer, 7.30pm July 14; She Stoops To Conquer, 3pm/8pm July 17-22.


Pavilion Theatre, Marine Parade (01903) 206206: Broadway and Beyond, 7.45pm July 13.



Berwick Station: Cycle Ride – Tea, Jam and Cricket, long distance with Sallyanne Fuller, 10.30am July 14.


Brighton Dome (01273) 709709: Playmakes (The Snail and the Whale) 12.30pm July 15; Brighton Dome Tea Dance, 2pm-5pm July 15; Dome Discovery Tour, 11am July 16.

Knoyle Hall, Knoyle Road: Toy and Model Train Show, 10am-4.30pm July 14. Lively layouts, sales, refreshments.

Latest MusicBar, 14-17 Manchester Street (01273) 687171: Pop-up Ping Pong Parlour, 7.30pm July 19.


Old Vicarage gardens: Chiddingly Fete, 1.30pm-4.30pm July 14. Cream teas, barbecue, Warbleton Brass Band, many stalls and games. www.chiddinglychurchfete.org


Village Fete, 2pm-5.30pm July 14. The Electric Hoedown Band, Maypole dancing, Scottish and Country dancing, arts, crafts and produce tent, bouncy castle and much more.


Charleston Farmhouse (01323) 811626: One Day Painted Furniture Masterclass, 10am-5pm July 17.


Glynde Place (01273) 858224: Glynde Food and English Wine Festival 2012, 10am-5pm July 14/15.


6 and 6A Woodsland Road, 41 The Quadrant: Gardens Open in Hassocks, 2pm-5pm July 15. Proceeds to St Peter & St James Hospice.


Village Hall: Laughton Village Hall Market, 10am-noon July 14. All the usual stalls.


Anne of Cleves House, Southover High Street (01273) 474610: Tudor Housewife, 11am-3pm July 17.

Lewes Arms: Lewes Poetry, 8pm for 8.30pm July 19.


Gate to Meeching Down, end of Church Hill (01273) 484344: Midnight Union, Moths at Meeching Down, 9.45pm July 14.


Various locations: Open Gardens, 1pm-5pm July 15. Please follow the signs.


From Seaford Beach: Seaford Olympic Torch Event, from 2pm July 14.

Town Council Offices, 37 Church Street: Norman Baker MP Surgery, July 14. By appointment only, please call 01273 480281.


The Highlands Inn, Ridgewood: Long Man Morris Men, 8pm July 13.


Recreation Ground, Eastern Road: Wivelsfield Village Day, from 10am July 14. Funfair, Pantomime Donkey Derby, stalls, dog show.



De la Warr Pavilion (01424) 229111: Hang On A Minute Lads, I’ve Got A Great Idea... by Richard Wilson, until Oct 1.


Museum, Back of Cyprus Hall, Cyprus Road: St. John’s Park - Small exhibition on our local Park, July 14, 10am-noon. Admission free.


Farleys Barn Gallery, Farley Farm House, Muddles Green: Picasso at Play, photographic exhibition, 11am-4.30pm Saturdays July 15, 22 and Sundays July 14, 21.


Under Ground Theatre, Grove Road: Andrew Voller, 10am-4pm until Aug 24.


Charleston Farmhouse (01273) 709709: Charleston Festival – Annie Leibovitz, until July 15.


The Hop Gallery, Castle Ditch Lane: Aspects of The Landscape and Other Bits by John Amos, 10.30am-5pm Tues-Sat, noon-5pm Sun, until July 15; Platenum II – Sussex Downs College Visual Arts Department, 10.30am-4pm Mon-Sat, noon-4pm Sun, July 17-23.

Lansdown Studios and Gallery, 5 Lansdown Place: Figure in Form and Light by Mandeep Birdy and Steve Yeates, July 16-29.

Linklater Pavilion, Railway Lane: Mark Greco exhibition, 10am-4pm Mon-Sat, 2pm-5pm Sun, July 14-22.


Weald & Downland Open Air Museum (01243) 811348: Exhibition by the Association of Guilds of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers, 10.30am-5pm July 16-27.


Trinity Theatre (01892) 678678: Franny Swann, until July 7; Ellen Montelius, Being. Photographic portraits of local poets and writers, until Aug 4.



All Saints Centre, Friars Walk: Lewes Speakers Festival 2012 – Absolute Monarchs, The Power of Popes, 4.45pm July 13; Martina Lewycka, Various Pets Dead and Alive, 6.30pm July 13; Ali Bader, The Tobacco Keeper, 8.15pm July 13; Clive Aslet, The Arts and Crafts Country House: From the Archives of Country Life, 10am July 14; Professor John Lennox, Has Science Buried God? 11.45am July 14; Josceline Dimbleby interview, Orchards in the Oasis, 1.30pm July 14; Jonathan Meades, Jonathan Fenby and Theodore Dalrymple in discussion, The future of French society after the May elections, 3.15pm July 14; Professor A C Grayling, The Humanist Life and Its Place in Our World, 5pm July 14; Debate on the welfare state and liberal attitudes to morality the principal causes of the breakdown of British society, chaired by Norman Baker MP, 6.45pm July 14; Jonathan Fenby CBE, China’s Future: Tiger Head Snake Tails, 8.30pm July 14; Baroness Julia Neuberger DBE, Is that all there is? 10am July 15; Frederick Taylor, Exorcising Hitler, 11.45am July 15; Dr Chris Roe in debate with Prof Chris French, 1.30pm July 15; Peter Conradi, the Great Survivors, 3.15pm July 15; Peter Popham, The State of Burma The Lady and the Peacock, 5pm July 15; Caroline Lucas MP in discussion with Gregory Barker MP, 6.45pm July 15; Peter Hitchens in debate with Dr Alex Klein, chaired by Norman Baker MP, 8.30pm July 15; Tickets from 0844 8700 887.

St Thomas Church Hall, Cliffe: Lewes Riverside Club – Recent Archaeological Digs in Sussex by Simon Stevens, 2pm July 13; A Sussex Farm During 1950’s by Ian Everest, 2pm July 16.

The Royal Oak, Station Street: Sussex Military History Society – Member’s artefacts, collections and memoirs evening, 7.30pm for 8pm July 18.


Weald & Downland Open Air Museum (01243) 811348: Japanese Open Air Museums by Dr Michael Harrison, 6.30pm July 17.



Long stay car park: Beachy Head Ramblers – Sunset on the Heath, 5 miles with Irenee 01323 471263, 6.30pm July 19.


Stanmer Park, car park by the pond: Beachy Head Ramblers – Stanmer to Streat, 12.5 miles with Judi 07890 409355, 10am July 15.


Setfords Field, South Street: Markstakes Common Wildflower Identification Walk, 10.30am July 18. Booking advisable 01273 484344.


Pump Barn, Seven Sisters Country Park: Celebrating the Seven Sisters, 3 miles with Ronnie Reed, Sussex Wildlife Trust, noon July 14.


Railway Station (west side): Mid Sussex Ramblers – Circular to North West of Hassocks, 4.5 miles with Ann P 01273 843850, 7.30pm July 18.


Olympos: Sleep Walk in aid of St Peter & St James Hospice (01444 471598), registration from 10pm, starts at midnight, July 14.


Town Centre car park behind The Woolpack Inn: Sussex Pathfinders – Herstmonceux, 10 miles, 10.30am July 15.


North Street car park: Lewes Footpaths Group – Around Beachy Head, 7 miles with Jeannette 812423, picnic tea, 2pm July 14.


Polegate Taxi Office Bus Stop: Polegate Strollers – Wish Tower to Hollywell, bus 98 to Eastbourne Railway Station, meet 10am July 17.

Railway Station: Cuckoo Trail Circuit from Polegate, 6 miles with Nigel Bentley, Oakleafe Sussex Ramblers, 9.50am July 19. Booking recommended 07930 738034.

Wannock Road Recreation Ground: Polegate Ramblers – Now Gone Digital, 4.5 miles with Sue T 482441, 9.30am July 19; Bo Peep, Cuckmere Haven Circular, 12 miles with Sue 01825 872277, picnic lunch, 9.30am July 19.


Monk’s House NT car park: Mid Sussex Ramblers – Downland Circular from Rodmell, 10 miles with Sue 01825 722135, 10am July 17.


Buckle car park, Marine Parade: Tide Mills Historic Guided Tour, 2pm July 15. Details (01323) 897426.

South Hill Barn car park: Beachy Head Ramblers – Around Seaford, 12 miles with Richard S 07866 059551, 10am July 18.