What’s on

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August – December 2022

Aug
20
Sat
Tottington Manor – ‘Only Fools the Sequel’ @ Tottington Manor
Aug 20 @ 7:00 pm

Join us at Tottington Manor for ‘Only Fools the Sequel’, an evening of hilarious entertainment and a delicious three course meal!

Aug
25
Thu
‘The Jungle Book’ at Wakehurst @ Wakehurst Place
Aug 25 @ 2:30 pm – 3:40 pm

Fun, songs and adventure await in this heart-warming coming of age story for all of the family. Explore our wild gardens at Wakehurst and spend the day playing amongst the trees. Bring along a picnic, and enjoy an enchanting show for adults and children of all ages!

Pre-booking is essential! The performance will last 70 minutes.

Picture by Jim Holden/RBG Wakehurst

Aug
26
Fri
‘The Jungle Book’ at Wakehurst @ Wakehurst Place
Aug 26 @ 11:00 am – 12:10 pm

Fun, songs and adventure await in this heart-warming coming of age story for all of the family. Explore our wild gardens at Wakehurst and spend the day playing amongst the trees. Bring along a picnic, and enjoy an enchanting show for adults and children of all ages!

There will be a performance at 11am and at 2:30pm.

Pre-booking is essential! The performance will last 70 minutes.

Picture by Jim Holden/RBG Wakehurst

Aug
27
Sat
‘The Jungle Book’ at Wakehurst @ Wakehurst Place
Aug 27 @ 2:30 pm – 3:40 pm

Fun, songs and adventure await in this heart-warming coming of age story for all of the family. Explore our wild gardens at Wakehurst and spend the day playing amongst the trees. Bring along a picnic, and enjoy an enchanting show for adults and children of all ages!

There will be a performance at 2:30pm and at 5pm.

Pre-booking is essential! The performance will last 70 minutes.

Picture by Jim Holden/RBG Wakehurst

Aug
28
Sun
‘The Jungle Book’ at Wakehurst @ Wakehurst Place
Aug 28 @ 11:00 am – 12:10 pm

Fun, songs and adventure await in this heart-warming coming of age story for all of the family. Explore our wild gardens at Wakehurst and spend the day playing amongst the trees. Bring along a picnic, and enjoy an enchanting show for adults and children of all ages!

There will be a performance at 11am and at 2:30pm.

Pre-booking is essential! The performance will last 70 minutes.

Picture by Jim Holden/RBG Wakehurst

Aug
29
Mon
‘The Jungle Book’ at Wakehurst @ Wakehurst Place
Aug 29 @ 11:00 am – 3:40 pm

Fun, songs and adventure await in this heart-warming coming of age story for all of the family. Explore our wild gardens at Wakehurst and spend the day playing amongst the trees. Bring along a picnic, and enjoy an enchanting show for adults and children of all ages!

There will be a performance at 11am and at 2:30pm.

Pre-booking is essential! The performance will last 70 minutes. For more information please see the Wakehurst website.

Picture by Jim Holden/RBG Wakehurst

Aug
30
Tue
‘The Jungle Book’ at Wakehurst @ Wakehurst Place
Aug 30 @ 11:00 am – 3:40 pm

Fun, songs and adventure await in this heart-warming coming of age story for all of the family. Explore our wild gardens at Wakehurst and spend the day playing amongst the trees. Bring along a picnic, and enjoy an enchanting show for adults and children of all ages!

There will be a performance at 11am and at 2:30pm.

Pre-booking is essential! The performance will last 70 minutes. For more information please see the Wakehurst website.

Picture by Jim Holden/RBG Wakehurst

Oct
5
Wed
‘The House They Grew Up In’ – The Southwick Players @ The Barn Theatre
Oct 5 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

On a residential street in South London, reclusive siblings Peppy and Daniel live in a house stuffed full of everything they have ever owned. With their eccentric appearance and their rampant garden hedge, they are not like others on their road. When young Ben from next door comes visiting, looking for friendship, what happens next challenges everyone’s idea of neighbourliness. ‘The House They Grew Up In’ is a tender, dark and funny look at co-dependency, anxiety, and living alongside those who are different from us. “My parents are here. In the walls and the floorboards and the bricks of this house. This is not only your street with your stories.”

Founded in 1935, the Southwick Players perform 4-5 plays a year, primarily at the Barn Theatre, Southwick.

 

Oct
6
Thu
‘The House They Grew Up In’ – The Southwick Players @ The Barn Theatre
Oct 6 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

On a residential street in South London, reclusive siblings Peppy and Daniel live in a house stuffed full of everything they have ever owned. With their eccentric appearance and their rampant garden hedge, they are not like others on their road. When young Ben from next door comes visiting, looking for friendship, what happens next challenges everyone’s idea of neighbourliness. ‘The House They Grew Up In’ is a tender, dark and funny look at co-dependency, anxiety, and living alongside those who are different from us. “My parents are here. In the walls and the floorboards and the bricks of this house. This is not only your street with your stories.”

Founded in 1935, the Southwick Players perform 4-5 plays a year, primarily at the Barn Theatre, Southwick.

Oct
7
Fri
‘The House They Grew Up In’ – The Southwick Players @ The Barn Theatre
Oct 7 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

On a residential street in South London, reclusive siblings Peppy and Daniel live in a house stuffed full of everything they have ever owned. With their eccentric appearance and their rampant garden hedge, they are not like others on their road. When young Ben from next door comes visiting, looking for friendship, what happens next challenges everyone’s idea of neighbourliness. The House They Grew Up In is a tender, dark and funny look at co-dependency, anxiety, and living alongside those who are different from us. “My parents are here. In the walls and the floorboards and the bricks of this house. This is not only your street with your stories.”

Founded in 1935, the Southwick Players perform 4-5 plays a year, primarily at the Barn Theatre, Southwick.

Oct
8
Sat
‘The House They Grew Up In’ – The Southwick Players @ The Barn Theatre
Oct 8 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

On a residential street in South London, reclusive siblings Peppy and Daniel live in a house stuffed full of everything they have ever owned. With their eccentric appearance and their rampant garden hedge, they are not like others on their road. When young Ben from next door comes visiting, looking for friendship, what happens next challenges everyone’s idea of neighbourliness. The House They Grew Up In is a tender, dark and funny look at co-dependency, anxiety, and living alongside those who are different from us. “My parents are here. In the walls and the floorboards and the bricks of this house. This is not only your street with your stories.”

Founded in 1935, the Southwick Players perform 4-5 plays a year, primarily at the Barn Theatre, Southwick.

Nov
28
Mon
The Horsham Film Festival Screening @ Everyman Cinema
Nov 28 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

This year the Horsham Film Festival are partnering with the Everyman Cinema in Horsham to host our awards night and a week long programme of short film screenings from all short listed films from 28th November to the 1st December. The awards ceremony will be on the 2nd December. The festival has two age groups (Over 18’s and Under 18’s) each with five categories to enter: Best Drama, Best Documentary, Best Comedy, Best Animation and the Your District Award which goes to a film of any genre that was filmed in (fully or partly) or is about Horsham District. To enter a film (free for Under 18’s and £15 for Over 18’s), head to www.filmfreeway.com/horshamfilmfestival and submit there. Films will be accepted up to 15 minutes in length and the submission deadline is 30 September 2022.

The judges are interested in films which move them, make them laugh, educate them or even scare them! So, if you have a story to tell whether it be funny or sad or scary, if you like making stop-motion LEGO animations or full blown CGI animations, or want to explore a documentary subject to raise awareness, then get out there, make a film and celebrate filmmaking passion with us! The Festival especially welcomes first time filmmakers so if all you have is your phone, get out there and make a film to wow the judges! Full Festival details and news updates via www.silvertipfilms.co.uk or www.facebook.com/silvertipfilms

Geoff Cockwill

Nov
29
Tue
The Horsham Film Festival Screening @ Everyman Cinema
Nov 29 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

This year the Horsham Film Festival are partnering with the Everyman Cinema in Horsham to host our awards night and a week long programme of short film screenings from all short listed films from 28th November to the 1st December. The awards ceremony will be on the 2nd December. The festival has two age groups (Over 18’s and Under 18’s) each with five categories to enter: Best Drama, Best Documentary, Best Comedy, Best Animation and the Your District Award which goes to a film of any genre that was filmed in (fully or partly) or is about Horsham District. To enter a film (free for Under 18’s and £15 for Over 18’s), head to www.filmfreeway.com/horshamfilmfestival and submit there. Films will be accepted up to 15 minutes in length and the submission deadline is 30 September 2022.

The judges are interested in films which move them, make them laugh, educate them or even scare them! So, if you have a story to tell whether it be funny or sad or scary, if you like making stop-motion LEGO animations or full blown CGI animations, or want to explore a documentary subject to raise awareness, then get out there, make a film and celebrate filmmaking passion with us! The Festival especially welcomes first time filmmakers so if all you have is your phone, get out there and make a film to wow the judges! Full Festival details and news updates via www.silvertipfilms.co.uk or www.facebook.com/silvertipfilms

Geoff Cockwill

Nov
30
Wed
The Horsham Film Festival Screening @ Everyman Cinema
Nov 30 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

This year the Horsham Film Festival are partnering with the Everyman Cinema in Horsham to host our awards night and a week long programme of short film screenings from all short listed films from 28th November to the 1st December. The awards ceremony will be on the 2nd December. The festival has two age groups (Over 18’s and Under 18’s) each with five categories to enter: Best Drama, Best Documentary, Best Comedy, Best Animation and the Your District Award which goes to a film of any genre that was filmed in (fully or partly) or is about Horsham District. To enter a film (free for Under 18’s and £15 for Over 18’s), head to www.filmfreeway.com/horshamfilmfestival and submit there. Films will be accepted up to 15 minutes in length and the submission deadline is 30 September 2022.

The judges are interested in films which move them, make them laugh, educate them or even scare them! So, if you have a story to tell whether it be funny or sad or scary, if you like making stop-motion LEGO animations or full blown CGI animations, or want to explore a documentary subject to raise awareness, then get out there, make a film and celebrate filmmaking passion with us! The Festival especially welcomes first time filmmakers so if all you have is your phone, get out there and make a film to wow the judges! Full Festival details and news updates via www.silvertipfilms.co.uk or www.facebook.com/silvertipfilms

Geoff Cockwill

Dec
1
Thu
The Horsham Film Festival Screening @ Everyman Cinema
Dec 1 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

This year the Horsham Film Festival are partnering with the Everyman Cinema in Horsham to host our awards night and a week long programme of short film screenings from all short listed films from 28th November to the 1st December. The awards ceremony will be on the 2nd December. The festival has two age groups (Over 18’s and Under 18’s) each with five categories to enter: Best Drama, Best Documentary, Best Comedy, Best Animation and the Your District Award which goes to a film of any genre that was filmed in (fully or partly) or is about Horsham District. To enter a film (free for Under 18’s and £15 for Over 18’s), head to www.filmfreeway.com/horshamfilmfestival and submit there. Films will be accepted up to 15 minutes in length and the submission deadline is 30 September 2022.

The judges are interested in films which move them, make them laugh, educate them or even scare them! So, if you have a story to tell whether it be funny or sad or scary, if you like making stop-motion LEGO animations or full blown CGI animations, or want to explore a documentary subject to raise awareness, then get out there, make a film and celebrate filmmaking passion with us! The Festival especially welcomes first time filmmakers so if all you have is your phone, get out there and make a film to wow the judges! Full Festival details and news updates via www.silvertipfilms.co.uk or www.facebook.com/silvertipfilms

Geoff Cockwill

Dec
2
Fri
The Horsham Film Festival Awards @ Everyman Cinema
Dec 2 all-day

This year the Horsham Film Festival are partnering with the Everyman Cinema in Horsham to host our awards night and a week long programme of short film screenings from all short listed films from 28th November to the 1st December. The awards ceremony will be on the 2nd December. The festival has two age groups (Over 18’s and Under 18’s) each with five categories to enter: Best Drama, Best Documentary, Best Comedy, Best Animation and the Your District Award which goes to a film of any genre that was filmed in (fully or partly) or is about Horsham District. To enter a film (free for Under 18’s and £15 for Over 18’s), head to www.filmfreeway.com/horshamfilmfestival and submit there. Films will be accepted up to 15 minutes in length and the submission deadline is 30 September 2022.

The judges are interested in films which move them, make them laugh, educate them or even scare them! So, if you have a story to tell whether it be funny or sad or scary, if you like making stop-motion LEGO animations or full blown CGI animations, or want to explore a documentary subject to raise awareness, then get out there, make a film and celebrate filmmaking passion with us! The Festival especially welcomes first time filmmakers so if all you have is your phone, get out there and make a film to wow the judges! Full Festival details and news updates via www.silvertipfilms.co.uk or www.facebook.com/silvertipfilms

Geoff Cockwill