Salomé casts her spell

The Monastery is to host the first immersive dance experience in its ancient and sacred space

Let’s go to the movies

Jennifer Lopez stars in Hustlers, and Renée Zelwegger becomes Garland in Judy

Let’s go to a show

Don't miss new extra dates for Fleabag, and booking opens now for five top new shows from ballet and theatre to musicals

Heartwarming Pink Singers

See the Pink Singers if you can – you're in for a treat

Martin’s sweet solo spot

Folk legend Martin Carthy delighted his audience

Artist in Residence at Gallery

A new scheme at the Rye Art Gallery - Artist in Residence

Open Studios at New Road

Fine work from the New Road Artists

Music lights up festival weekend

Two weeks of a varied events programme organised by Rye Arts Festival is worth a visit.

Fred Cuming paintings on show

Don't miss Fred Cuming's exhibition

Let’s go to the movies

Join the much-loved Crawley family in the movie of Downton Abbey.

Let’s go to a show

The National Theatre production of One Man, Two Guvnors airs on September 26 but if you miss it, there will now be an encore performance on October 28.

Tom Hammick exhibition

A vibrant exhibition at Rye Art Gallery by Tom Hammick

Famous faces and places

Best fresh strokes with Fiona Graham Mackay

Rhyme with reasoning

Adam Nicolson in his new book re-imagines the experience of Wordsworth and Coleridge as they wrote their poems

Murder in the church

The Methodist church hosted a gathering of crime writers and fans in one of the first events of the Arts Festival

Ladies with an attitude

Rye Arts Festival host a fascinating talk on the lives and loves of Rye power couple Una Troubridge and Radclyffe Hall

Creative Centre exhibition

An art exhibition in New Road is worth a visit

And still to come….

Week two of the Festival has something for everyone

Dance starts Arts Festival

Lots to see and listen to in a busy Festival

Let’s go to the movies

The long-awaited big-screeen version of Downton Abbey arrives, reuniting the original cast