Local Events for May 2013
Come and Celebrate a Revival!
Afternoon teas are back at Kester House in Sedlescombe in the original tea rooms from the 1950's. Indulge yourself in gorgeous scones, savouries, pastries and cakes whilst relaxing in the sofas and leather chairs in our centuries old sitting rooms. Please call to book!
Kent & East Sussex Railway
Saturday 18th - Sunday 19th May
Experience the forties lifestyle as the Railway turns back the clock to wartime Britain. Enjoy flying displays by iconic wartime planes – the Hurricane and Spitfire from the Biggin Hill Heritage Hanger, singing by Lady Ella, a polished professional, delivering the sound of the forties with sophistication and a splash of fun, and dancing from the foot-tapping Cinque Ports Lindy Hoppers. Vehicles and authentic costumes from the period will be on view, and a 1940s village scene with wartime cookery demonstrations.
Pashley Manor Gardens
Saturday 25th May - Saturday 1st June
Sculpture in Particular - The gardens provide the perfect setting for sculpture. Each year Pashley features the work of many eminent sculptors and pieces by local artists.
Stade Saturdays - Hastings
Saturdays - May - October 2013
Stade Saturdays has an exciting programme of events taking place on Saturdays at the Stade Open Space. Events start at 7.30pm unless otherwise stated:
Saturday, 18 May: Tekameli -Tekameli brings the heat and romance of the Mediterranean, playing passionate Catalan music from the southern foot of the Pyrenees.
Saturday, 25 (12noon to 9pm) & Sunday, 19 (12noon to 4pm) Body Circus- will showcase a culturally diverse mix of music shows, dance performances and captivating fine art body painting including workshops and live performances of capoeira, street dance, circus artistry, as well as martial arts displays and fire performances. Visit www.thebodycircus.co.uk for full programme details
Saffron Art Gallery - Battle
4th May - 5th September
Summer Exhibition - A rolling showcase of new work by Saffron’s resident artists, with periodic spotlight on individual artists.
Battle Medieval Fayre
Sunday 26th - Saturday 27th May
Medieval Madness is coming to Battle again - the costumes are being dusted down; the maypole has been woken from its yearly hibernation ready for 2 days of merrie maypoling; the exhibitors, entertainers and good weather have all been booked! The entertainment is a mix of juggling, jesting, and general tomfoolery.