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August Tue 29
@ All Saints Centre
Rehearsed reading of a new play by Louise Monaghan. Performed by Irene Marot & Sam Cox. Life's pretty good for Celia and Derek who've been married for fifty years, they have a beautiful home, and two grown up children: Ella who's a geneticist and Frederick who's been called to the bar but there's... more
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Wed 30
@ All Saints Centre
Lewes artist Julian Bell, in conversation with LLLís Artistic Director Mark Hewitt, discusses his journey and development as a painter/writer and his preoccupation with two dimensional art. The talk will be richly illustrated with images taken from different stages of his career.
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September Thu 07
@ All Saints Centre
Essential life saving skills for dealing with emergencies. Includes unconsciousness, resuscitation, choking, head injuries, and other childhood illnesses. Ideal for parents, grandparents, carers, babysitters and anyone looking after children.
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March Sat 03
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Concert, conducted by Andrew Sherwood. Vivaldi, Bassoon Concerto in Bb La Notte, soloist Ian Glen, Holst Fugal Concerto, soloists, flute Anne Hodgson, oboe Clare Worth, John Hawkins, Clarinet Concerto, soloist Steve Dummer, Holst, Lyric Movement, solo viola Ros Hanson, Mendelssohn String Symphony... more
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April Mon 23
@ All Saints Centre
Chemical Engineering 2018 is a specially designed cluster conference. The main theme of the conference is " The Next Generation of Chemical Engineering : From nanoscale to industrial scale " which covers a wide range of critically important sessions.
The chemical sector has witnessed growth of... more

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Regular Events

Mondays
09:30 - 10:30 Not on bank holidays
A high energy dance fitness class, using latin inspired music, that gets you fit and happy!

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Tuesdays
10:45 - 11:45 Term time only in the small studio at the back.

You don't need any previous experience at all and you don't need ballet shoes, just a pair of thick socks and lots of enthusiasm! People enjoy ballet due to improvements in memory, posture and balance as well as the obvious fitness benefits. The classes are all weight bearing which is a recommended way of exercising to reduce your chances of osteoporosis and they are generally low impact.
Claire is an A.I.S.T.D qualified ballet teacher with many years of teaching experience who has adapted the classic ballet class. This enables almost anyone, whatever their age, fitness or previous injury history to enjoy the class.

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