Mr Bach Entertains

An evening of quality music

Ukulele Experiment with scallops

Another music even at the Queens Head saw the Rye Ukulele Experiment and other bands performing for their scallops

Peasmarsh Hall hosts fine arts

A visit to Peasmarsh Memorial Hall to see an Art exhibition proved a rewarding experience

Walter Lindner – a retrospective

A new exhibition at the Red Door

Give it a Wurlitzer

Rye Wurlitzer Academy relies on public support at its concerts to maintain its teaching of theatre organ playing

An EF Benson you might not know

The story of EF Benson's astonishing family and the network of major English novelists living in Rye between the wars, sets the scene for a trilogy of sequels to Benson's Mapp and Lucia books. Gillian Roder reports on one of the Arts Festival's final events.

Honeymoon with Rye goes on

Jean Floyd isn’t a Ryer – but she knows it better than most. She has a detailed knowledge of the town's history and a handle on its future - as a director of the local museum and as a webmaster, too. Dee Alsey went to meet the woman who first fell in love with Rye just after marrying husband Barry in 1953

Pam Buxton launches new book

Both books by Pamela D Holloway are available in the Rye Bookshop, High Street

Artist follows his first love

Want a special Christmas present for yourself or friends? Go to Andrew Blyth's art exhibition

Museum adds Mapp and Lucia

Last year's BBC filming of Mapp and Lucia in Rye (EF Benson's 'Tilling') is marked by a new display in the East Street site of Rye Museum which has just re-opened for the summer. It is now open at weekends and Bank Holidays to show off aspects of Rye's varied history - and is free to visit

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