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 / 5-6pm / The Big Pink Tent – Common
Join us for a multi-genre flash fiction writing challenge for all ages, abilities and interests. This exercise will be in two parts and each writer will have to feature three words in their piece but even we don’t know what they will be! Each participant will contribute a word to the pool and three will be randomly selected. Writers may work solo or in groups.
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Three well-respected women jazzers bringing stylish, witty and poignant interpretations of loved standards artfully mixed with lesser-known classics and original material. Music to lift your spirits and shake your senses as each song draws you into the world of its characters.
Expect warmth, relaxation and fun!
There are some amazing photographers exhibiting in the Festival at different venues, however if you are a keen photographer yourself you might be interested in the one or other of the workshops that Ivor Otley is offering.
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Saturday / 1-1:45pm / King Edward Hall
A dramatic and entertaining solo literary recital of readings from Jane and Cassandra Austen’s letters, prose and poetry about sisters, compiled and performed by Hampshire actress and speaker Rowan Suart, illustrating Jane’s life from an early age and her preoccupation with sisters in her work.
‘Mesmerising – a delight and needs to be seen’
‘So much more than a reading, it is a full performance’
Saturday / 3-4:30pm / King Edward Hall
Featuring a selection of Ballroom & Latin American tunes you are invited to spend the afternoon dancing to waltzes, quicksteps, foxtrots and Latin numbers. Will you spot the lovely Katie Derham?
Afternoon tea will be available, kindly provided by Lindfield WI
Hosted by Tracy Brooks, Senior Instructor & Principal of Horsham Dancers Club, Tracy has been dancing over 40 years and teaching just over 25 years. She is a Fellow and Examiner for UKAdance and licensed BDC Scrutineer.
Saturday / 3:15-4pm / URC
Hear the amazing story of Grace Kimmins (1870 – 1954), a forceful, charismatic woman who established a pioneering craft school for the disabled at Chailey in 1903. She instilled in the pupils a determination to focus on what they could achieve, not on what they couldn’t.
The Chailey Heritage Foundation, which was founded as the Chailey Heritage, is an English charity that owns and runs the Chailey Heritage School. It was founded out of the Guild of the Poor Brave Things in 1903 by Dame Grace Kimmins.
The foundation specialises in support of children and young people with complex physical disabilities and health needs – predominantly through the Chailey Heritage School. There will be a collection for Chailey Heritage at the talk.
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.