Twenty years of glorious music

Twenty years have passed since the first Florestan Festival in Peasmarsh Church. Now called the Peasmarsh Chamber Music Festival, it has grown in significance, attracting a world wide audience

Spring shows up at gallery

Rye Society of Artists, which faced a major headache when its Summer Show lost its long standing Boys Club venue, now has a new home in the Dance Hall at Rye Community Centre for August and also is now running a Spring Show for the first time at Rye Art Gallery

Winter program for Film Club

Some good films are coming up in the Film Club's winter schedule, just released

Jazz Festival headlines at Hever

The festival expands and attracts new audiences to Rye

Jazz Festival August update

Another action-packed programme and tickets are selling fast!

Rye stars in television jewel

Tim Redfern meets BBC producers Susie Liggat and Lisa Osborne on the Mapp and Lucia set at Lamb House to discuss the production and filming on location in Rye

Last call for festive panto

Is it too late to see the excellent Jack and the Beanstalk at the Rye Creative Centre? Oh no it isnt!

The write stuff at Arts Festival

Four not-to-be-missed talks are coming to the Arts Festival

Mimicking birdsong in music

Capturing and interpreting the natural sound of birdsong has intrigued and inspired many composers over the centuries

(Not so) strange acts at Lamb House

TIm Redfern talks to Patrick and Jacquetta Rogers, the current tenants of this magnificent National Trust property, about their busy year, filling the house and garden with visitors - and a BBC film crew - and of their plans for forthcoming events

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