From: "Paula Arthur" <paula_dot_m_dot_arthur_at_dsl_dot_pipex_dot_com>Date: 15 October 2009 12:27:51 BDTSubject: Sussex Harmony - an e-bulletin, please.
HARMONY - West Gallery Quire SUSSEXA CANCELLATION and forthcoming programmePlease note that the EVENING CAROL CONCERT ONTHURSDAY 17TH December at St Peter’s Preston Park, Brightonhas been CANCELLED as the church will be closed for urgent repairs. Watch this space as we are hoping to arrange a concert there in the spring.But there are still plenty of events in the rest of 2009 where you can hear this enthusiastic bunch of singers and instrumentalists who enjoy keeping alive the music performed in rural parishes before 1850. You won’t find another choir that performs with such a range of artists or in such different venues. So come along and hear psalms, hymns, canticles and carols like whot you’ve never heard before! They could be florid, melancholy or joyful but they will be exuberant. To add to this heady mix, we will be dressed in 18th and 19th century costumes.Friday 4th December – concert with the Copper Family at the Underground Theatre, Eastbourneat 7.30pm . Booking only through Hailsham Pavilion (01232 841414) and see www.spyboy.co.uk for more details.Sunday 20th December – taking part in the evening carol service, 6.30pm, at , Lewes. South Malling ChurchMonday 28th December – get away form the turkey and join in lunchtime carols and seasonal folk songs at The Volunteer pub, Eastgate, Lewes from 12 – 2pmFor more details about the events and us, see www.sussexharmony.org.uk
From: Alan White <alzooms1_at_hotmail_dot_com>Date: 17 October 2009 12:15:28 BDTSubject: Michael Chapman - Brighton Folk and Blues Club.
From: "john Byng" <jbyng_at_btinternet_dot_com>Date: 16 October 2009 17:55:52 BDTSubject: Horsham Folk Club - What's on in the area
1) The Horsham Folk Club programme is at http://www.horshamfolkclub.co.uk/Sunday Oct 25th Mrs Ackroyd The stunning voices of Alison Younger and Hilary Spencer and the keyboard wizardry of Chris Harvey normally accompany the crazy Les Barker. Tonight, in his absence, we can still expect the marvellous nonsense that is MRSACKROYD. Funny, witty, thoughtful, emotional - but always brilliant! Admission £6 (members £4) Under 18s Free.