20 - 28 September
"It's the music. It's like a great cloud in front of the sun. It's blotting out her life."
25 October - 2 November
"The ghosts of our past have a story, but can they be believed?"
A Christmas Carol
Adapted by Gary Andrews
6 - 14 December
"Mankind was my business - the common welfare was my business."
Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense
21 - 28 March
"There are moments, Jeeves, when one asks one's self, 'Do trousers matter?'"
In association with LOS Musical Theatre
16 - 23 May
"Frolicsome and carefree, earthy and robust - lust!"
A Voyage Round My Father
4 - 11 July
"Dear Elizabeth. I'm so relieved to find that you can lie as mercilessly as anyone."
We're Still Here!
Antonia Pemberton and Sheila Matthews. Both in their early 90s, talk about their long careers in film and on stage. They will perform extracts from their favourite plays.
That's the Way to Do It!
David Wilde, one of Britain’s leading authorities on the history of the art of Punch and Judy, talks about the genre and performs his show, in a nostalgic trip to the seaside of our youth.
Lewes in Camera
Reeves of Lewes is the world’s oldest continuous photographers. Tom Reeves, descendant of the firm’s founder, Edward Reeves, talks about the early days of photography in Lewes, how the nature of photography has changed over 160 years, illustrated with
Sussex by the Sea
Well known Sussex writer and musician Marcus Weeks talks about the rich history and variety of music played and composed in the county, illustrated by rare and unpublished recordings.
The Bob Dylan Story
Bill Lennon has been performing in the UK and abroad since graduating from London’s Guitar Institute (now known as the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance) as best live performer in 2005.
Christine Mason will be remembered by many members as an accomplished actress. She performs, with actor Edward Halstead, her rehearsed reading of the correspondence between the artist Rex Whistler and Edith Olivier, cousin of Sir Laurence, a dear friend o
One Man, Many Friends
Steve Hewlett is one of Britain’s most celebrated ventriloquists. A finalist on 2013’s Britain’s Got Talent, he now tours the world with his inventively hilarious show.