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Doubles

Joe Garbett Dance: Doubles

Doubles brings bursts of colour to the streets and village greens in a collision of dance and ping pong. Watch as the dancers spin and slide in this playful pop-up performance that smashes expectations of dance and advocates the importance of safe, positive and accessible public spaces. Grab a bat and join in! Watch the show and then enjoy a game of ping pong with family and friends.

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Battel Bonfire Boyes Summer Fayre and Carnival Saturday 29th June 2019   11:00

Dance Woking Saturday 6th July 2019   12:00

Paddock Wood Carnival and Fete Saturday 13th July 2019   12:00

Create Platform Monday 15th July 2019   12:00

Create Platform Thursday 18th July 2019   13:00

Wannock Road Recreation Ground Friday 2nd August 2019   10:00

West Park Recreation Ground Saturday 10th August 2019   10:00

Madhurst Music and Arts Festival Saturday 17th August 2019   14:00

Fakenham Trust Wednesday 21st August 2019   12:00

Wilmington Village Fair Monday 26th August 2019   13:30

George Street & St Georges Square Saturday 31st August 2019   14:00

Lindfield Arts Festival Saturday 21st September 2019   10:00

Comedy Cavemen

Enter Edem: Comedy Cavemen

A posse of Palaeolithic cavemen characters causing mischief and spreading an environmental message, you better hold onto your snacks as these silly hunter gatherers aren’t quite civilized yet! This team of toothy trouble makers will have audiences laughing and running to the recycling bin as they tell the tale (through grunts and groans) of their time spent frozen in ice to be awoken into a world of plastic problems to be solved!

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Smarden - The Sloman Run Saturday 29th June 2019   11:00

Create Music Festival, Ashford Saturday 20th July 2019   11:30

Create Music Festival, Ashford Sunday 21st July 2019   10:00

Icklesham Summer Fete and Flower Show Saturday 3rd August 2019   13:00

Goldsmith Recreation Ground Wednesday 7th August 2019   10:00

Sheepsetting Lane Recreation Ground Friday 16th August 2019   10:00

George Street & St Georges Square Saturday 31st August 2019   11:00

The Open Air Drawing-Room

Eric MacLennan: The Open Air Drawing-Room

The Open Air Drawing-Room begins with an antiquated artists drawing group setting up for some landscape painting. Arrival and un-packing of folding stools, easels, flasks, other knick-knacks and sandwiches etc But this is no ordinary show - for the audience will be drawn into the group! Inspired by JMW Turner. A story that delightfully mixes historical biography with the fast contemporary world we now occupy. An invitation to slow-down. Paint a stone - for Turner - for The Turner Contemporary! Selected from 31 stones - a mini museum- each one from the coast of the British isles and named after the atmospheric areas of the shipping forecast . These stones were old when Turner was young. They will still be here when we are gone. We consider Time. We consider Art. Each artist (audience member) also makes a Cyanotype portrait which will be exhibited as a mirror image to the final painting - A Sea of Faces - embracing Turner’s pioneering interest in photography and his desire to find new ways.

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Rusthall Village Fete Saturday 29th June 2019   12:00

NRTF conference Tuesday 2nd July 2019   18:00

Riverside Festival Saturday 6th July 2019   11:00

Create Platform Wednesday 17th July 2019   11:00

Create Music Festival, Ashford Saturday 20th July 2019   11:30

bOing International Family Festival Sunday 25th August 2019   12:30

George Street & St Georges Square Saturday 31st August 2019   11:00

Lindfield Arts Festival Saturday 21st September 2019   10:00

Poet Laureate

Luke Wright: Poet Laureate

Following a sell-out run in Edinburgh, Luke Wright hits the road with his new show, commissioned by Inn Crowd, that critics are calling his best yet. With a new Poet Laureate due to be announced in 2019 Wrighty’s chucking his hat in the ring. He’s on a mission to write poems to unite a nation divided by austerity and Brexit. Can it be done? Can one poet ever really represent an entire nation? Big-hearted and quick witted, Wright’s poems have been lauded by everyone from Patti Smith to The Libertines. A Fringe First and Stage Award winner, Wright is truly a wordsmith and raconteur at the top of his game. In 2019 he celebrates the twentieth anniversary of his first gig. So maybe he can pull it off?

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The Star Inn, Waldron Wednesday 3rd July 2019   19:30

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