In 2017 Lindfield Arts Festival had one of its most successful years ever. Almost 4000 local people came to celebrate the Arts in all its diversity. With exhibitions, workshops and performing arts – the Festival had it all. But none of this happened magically on its own. It took a team of
Limepalm Productions deliver fun, creative drama classes for primary school aged children. At Drama Club we aim to help your child build self-confidence, communication skills and meet other children in a safe, relaxed, informal and creative environment. Games and imaginative play explore drama and movement, speaking and listening and associated theatre arts. Course
" Now that's what I call poetry" This is designed to make you well informed about twenty of the most important poems ever written. Will your favourite be there? Cavan Wood will perform and explain why they matter. Lindfield URC at 1-2pm Saturday September 9th. " Charles Dickens and
'Nigel and Susie Hutchings of Fullspectrum Homoeopathic and Hypnotherapy Centre are offering Kirlian photographs on Saturday 9th September at the Lindfield Arts Festival’s Day Go to http://www.positivemedicine.co.uk/index.php/therapies/kirlian-analysis/l to find out what it is all about. If you would like your kirlian 'aura' photograph and reading with Odette Volpeliere-Pierrot, our experienced and gifted kirlian reader pop
SalsaJulia provides salsa lessons, courses, workshops and parties for all levels of salsa dancer in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. With regular lesson nights in the Mid-Sussex area, we specialise in providing structured courses for absolute beginners, improvers and intermediate level dancers. Our course-system provides the best possible foundation for learning
Lee Foulger is a Fine Art and conceptual photographer who graduated from Falmouth University 3 years ago and has been studying photography since 2007. While at college he found his style, focussing chiefly on quirky portraits and addressing themes and concepts that he found interesting and prevalent to this time.
Daniel Searle writes poetry about what he's had for lunch at work, trousers, looking like Simon Pegg, his chronic inability to stack dishes on the draining rack, and Southern Rail, amongst other topics. Born in Yorkshire and now based in Brighton, he has performed at poetry and comedy events across the South and one