This year will be another vibrant exhibition with an energetic diversity of styles and subject.
Each Wednesday afternoon a group of local Sussex artists meet to inspire, encourage and learn from each other. This show is a celebration of their work from 2017 which shows a diversity of styles, media and subjects including wood block print making, water colour, oil, pastels, acrylic painting and torn paper collage.
It’s merry mayhem when the actors arrive at an out of the way studio on Christmas Eve to find that they are not only playing multiple parts, they are going to have to do the Live Sound Effects as well.
Don’t miss this delightful evening with Brighton-based actors:
John Andrews, Richard Evans-Thomas, Margot Jobbins and Isabella McCarthy Sommerville.
Plan to join us and relax with your favourite drink upstairs at the friendly Coach House, Rottingdean
Doors open at 7:30, but be sure to book your tickets early – Seating is limited.
Tickets are now on sale Online at https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/mdr or in person at MadWax Candles on Rottingdean High St.
A unique opportunity to see previously unexhibited maps, plans, photos, documents and artifacts illustrating the history of the village and its residents.
TREASURES AT TWO
Each day at 2pm a talk, slideshow, a tour of the Grange, the village, the church or the churchyard, will take place depending on the suitability of the weather.
Each morning there will be an opportunity for groups from schools or elsewhere to participate in a special viewing of the exhibition with extra material provided
The exhibition is free but Rottingdean Preservation Society warmly welcomes your donations towards the running of The Grange, The Windmill, The Kipling Gardens and our other activities in the village.