Yes, it is (still) on the wrong side of the A23. But it is the nearest cinema to Fulking, parking is easy, and you can select seats and buy tickets direct from their website.
Robbie Norman and Rachael Thomas will be returning to Newtimber Church at 3:30pm on Thursday 28th December for another concert. They will be playing violin and viola duets by Handel, Mozart and Bach. Please contact Steph or Lucy for tickets in advance. Tickets cost £10 each for adults and will include a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie.
[You should also be tempted by the Pyecombe Carol Service which is tonight at 6:00pm with the Mid Sussex Band in attendance.]
Please come and join the Edburton Christmas Choir this year! It is always great fun, there are only three rehearsals to commit to and one of those is an hour before the performance. Everyone is welcome.
Two one hour rehearsals will be at The Keep in The Street, Fulking:
- 6:00pm Sunday 10th December
- 6.30pm Wednesday 13th December
The pre-performance rehearsal will be at St Andrew’s Church, Edburton
- 5:00pm Sunday 17th December
The carol service itself starts at 6:00pm.
Yes, it is on the wrong side of the A23. But it is the nearest cinema to Fulking, parking is easy, and you can select seats and buy tickets direct from their website. They even have an ‘app’ (whatever that is).
To be held at St. Andrew’s on Friday 29th September at 7.30pm. The singing will be led by The Pyecombe Village Choir and tickets, priced at £10, include supper of bangers, beans and baked potatoes and a welcome drink. Numbers will be limited. To buy tickets, or for more details, please email StAndrewsEdburton@yahoo.co.uk, or phone 07812-465-559.
At Fulking Village Hall on Saturday 15th July at 7:00pm, duration about 65 minutes, tickets are £8 (£5 concessions) and available on the door only.
Larry is a play by Mark Burgess, directed by Daniel Finlay and starring Keith Drinkel as Sir Laurence Olivier. It tells the story of Olivier in his declining years making a new career for himself in film and television. He remembers his career running the National Theatre and his five years of stage fright. It tells of his determination to keep on working and his final performance of King Lear for television.
Larry has been previously performed in London and at Brighton Festival. Keith Drinkel’s own career spans fifty years on stage.
[N.B. the date for this event that appeared in the paper version of the July Pigeon Post was incorrect.]