Saturday / 12:30-1pm / King Edward Hall
Jo is based in Lindfield and was a professional dance band singer. She found a love of jazz swing after joining ‘Big Band Sounds’ and sings with them, smaller jazz ensembles and solo with backing tracks which include some popular songs as well as jazz standards.
Saturday / 12-12:30pm / High Street
Dance with Emily is an adult dance school teaching classical ballet, tap and jazz dance in Mid Sussex. They have performed locally for both summer and Christmas performances.
Friday / 7:30-11pm / King Edward Hall
Tickets on sale at SWALK
ROCKAOKE are the UKs original, BEST and only SPECIALIST live karaoke band, inviting their audience to “live the dream” by taking to the stage and singing with a live rock band.
They’re back in Lindfield by popular demand following their barnstorming Summer of 16 party in King Edward Hall. This time they’re fresh from a jam packed festival season that has seen them take in Isle of Wight, Bestival and Love Supreme amongst others, play at the Man City League Winner’s party and be booked by Queen to play at the wrap party for their Bohemian Rhapsody biopic.
Now it’s your turn to unleash your inner rockstar!
Tickets £17.50 to include a glass of prosecco and cheese board
Saturday 10am – Sunday 5pm / Lindfield Primary Academy
A fine art and photography exhibition including work from: Alan Spencer Brooks, Andy Walker, Beth Mercer, Brett Hudson, Carlos Vega, Donna Bayfield-Fry, Felicity Cassin, Georgina Moir, Helen Wiggins, Iona Moran, Ivor Ottley, Jasmine Mercer, Jo Hodder, Jo Swannell, Joe Foster, Julia Badakhshan, Julie Wilson, King Pet Portraits, Laura Morgan, Margaret Ruxton, Neil Giles, Nicola Baker, Sally Parkinson, Sarah Jones, Steve McDonald and Sue Pearson.
Saturday / 12-1pm / The Bent Arms
Cavan Wood examines how to keep a diary so that it can keep you ! He will be sharing some of readings from the great diarists including Samuel Pepys to the great diarists of today.
Saturday / 11:30-1pm / King Edward Hall
The cyanotype photogram process is easy, clean(ish), fast and exciting so they make a great photography project for kids as well as serious artists. Come and join our cyanotype print making drop-in session to learn how and create your own beautiful work of art.
For more information look at Lens Lab’swebsite.
Peter Levenspiel will run this drop in workshop in King Edward Hall’s Library.
Places may be limited with only 4 or 5 workstations. Book in advance to guarantee a time slot.
Making the prints will take about 15 to 45 minutes… Explanation, composition, exposure, processing, and you’re done.
Saturday / 10am-12pm / 53 Greenways, RH16 2DT
Something you have always wanted to do but never had enough time? Why try this adult only workshop with limited numbers to have an opportunity to create something wonderful.
Saturday 22nd at 10am – 12pm at 53 Greenways RH16 2DT
Maximum group size 8. Adults only.
For adults. Each participant will walk away with a framed picture ready for display
• Do you like the idea of being able to paint well, but just don’t know where to start?
• Fancy getting creative for a couple of hours – time for you, no distractions!
• By the end of it you will walk away with a framed piece of art work ready for display to wow your friends and family.
This workshop for adults could be just the thing you’re looking for….an opportunity to gain confidence with a range of materials and uncover your creativity through some tried and tested processes which will fire your imagination.The workshop is part of the Lindfield Arts Festival 2018; and takes place at The Gingerbread Tree Studio — a place where creativity can grow. Sarah is an experienced teacher, who has led many workshops in how to create wonderful, magical art work, for children and adults of all abilities She would like to help you achieve the same.
The session will cover a mix of structured learning, individual feedback, group inspiration and time to bring your art work to life. Tea, coffee and supportive banter provided free.
Saturday / 7:30-8:30pm / The Big Pink Tent – Common
Alex lives outside Brighton with her family.
Jane Lythell worked as a television producer and commissioning editor before becoming Deputy Director of the BFI and Chief Executive of BAFTA. Her latest novel, Behind Her Back, lifts the lid on the glamorous world of television.