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EVENTS

JANUARY

SUNDAY 24 OYSTERS3 MUSIC

THURSDAY 28 NT LIVE: LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES BROADCAST

FEBRUARY

THURSDAY 11 GRETCHEN PETERS MUSIC

MONDAY 15 MARVELLOUS IMAGINARY MENAGERIE FAMILY

THURSDAY 18 SAVAGES MUSIC

THURSDAY 25 NT LIVE: AS YOU LIKE IT BROADCAST

FRIDAY 26 JENNY ECLAIR COMEDY

SATURDAY 27 PAUL CARRACK MUSIC

MARCH

TUESDAY 1 THE WAVE PICTURES MUSIC

WEDNESDAY 2 JOAN SHELLEY MUSIC

SUNDAY 6 JACK SAVORETTI MUSIC

SATURDAY 12 LIANNE LA HAVAS MUSIC

SUNDAY 27 ADAM HILLS COMEDY

APRIL

1 — 2 APRIL THE SECRET GARDEN THEATRE

EXHIBITIONS

Galleries open until 5pm. Free

30 JANUARY — 10 APRIL TONICO LEMOS AUAD GALLERY 1

30 JANUARY — 13 MARCH STEVE FARRER GALLERY 2

26 MARCH — 5 JUNE RICHARD FORSTER: LEVITTOWN GALLERY 2

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CURIOUS MINDS

Events, courses and workshops for adults who like to explore

interesting ideas and creative thinking. Curious? Visit dlwp.com

to find out more.

SATURDAY 6 FEBRUARY WOMEN AND DOMESTICITY STITCHING SALON

23 FEBRUARY — 8 MARCH DISCOVERING WOMEN IN SUSSEX LECTURE

24 FEBRUARY — 16 MARCH DANCING HORIZONS

SATURDAY 27 FEBRUARY DRAWN TO THE PAGE

TUESDAY 8 MARCH

PECHA KUCHA 20X20 NIGHT

JANUARY — MARCH

MUSIC \ COMEDY \ LIVE BROADCAST \ FAMILY SHOWS

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01424 229 111

The De La Warr Pavilion Charitable Trust

Charity Number: 1065586 VAT Number: GB821 6415 51

Company number: 3446307 Registered Office:

De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex TN40 1DP


COMEDY

JENNY ECLAIR

HOW TO BE A MIDDLE AGED WOMAN

Friday 26 February

Start 8pm

Tickets £17.50

Professional Grumpy Old Woman,

Splash survivor, amateur soup maker,

and novice knitter, Jenny Eclair

is younger than Madonna but eats

crisps and likes wine. Semi-bearded

and suffering from outbreaks of gout

and hysteria, Eclair puts middle age

under the microscope and decides

whether to laugh, cry or buy a

dachshund! You are most welcome

to join her, just button your cardi

up properly and wipe that lipstick

off your teeth.

Age suitability: 14+

ADAM HILLS

CLOWN HEART

Sunday 27 March

Start 8pm

Tickets £21

Widely referred to as ‘the nicest

man in comedy’, Adam Hills has

fast become one of the most

popular comedians in the UK,

with 15 solo shows that have toured

internationally. His combination

of positive, uplifting comedy and

rampant spontaneity has seen him

receive numerous awards, glowing

reviews and a legion of fans around

the world.

Age suitability: 15+

MUSIC

OYSTERS3

Sunday 24 January

Doors 7.30pm

Tickets £14.50

In the Café Bar

The three founder members and

creative heart of folk-rock legends

Oysterband, invite you to an evening

of fresh acoustic performance and

not-entirely-discreet stories — an

insight into their history, sometimes

turbulent, often funny, with songs

from every era of a unique career.

GRETCHEN PETERS

20TH ANNIVERSARY UK TOUR

Thursday 11 February

Doors 7pm

Tickets £22.50 advance

£25 door

SAVAGES

Thursday 18 February

Doors 7pm

Tickets £15.50

It’s about change and the power

to change. It’s about metamorphosis

and evolution. It’s about sticking

to your guns and toughing it out.

It’s about now, not tomorrow. It’s

about recognising your potential.

It’s about self-doubt and inaction.

It’s about you. It’s about me…

Savages are a London-based postpunk

revival rock band, formed

in 2011. Their debut album, Silence

Yourself, reached number 19 in

the UK Albums Chart in May 2013.

Booking and information: 01424 229 111 dlwp.com Booking fees apply

T&Cs: dlwp.com/visitus/booking-information

Follow us on @dlwp / @dlwp_boxoffice

SEAN LOCK

KEEP IT LIGHT

Saturday 16 April

Start 8pm

Tickets £23

RETURN OF

THE GRUMPY

OLD WOMEN

FIFTY SHADES OF

BEIGE

Saturday 21 May

Start 8pm

Tickets £25, £27

BILL BAILEY

LIMBOLAND

Wednesday

29 June

Doors 7pm

Start 8pm

Tickets £25, £27

HENNING

WEHN

WESTPHALIA IS

NOT AN OPTION

Saturday

29 October

Start 8pm

Tickets £16.50

Most bands have support acts and stage times may vary

Bar food is available until 45 minutes before the main act dlwp.com/gig-food

Named one of the ‘60 Greatest

Female Singer-songwriters Of

All Time’ (Telegraph) the tour ties

in with the launch of a new album,

The Essential Gretchen Peters

which includes both a retrospective

of Peters’ best work chosen from

a 20 year career and rarities never

before released.

Delicious bar food is served

before most shows except

those in the Café Bar and Live

Broadcast events. From £9.95.


MUSIC

Booking and information: 01424 229 111 dlwp.com Booking fees apply

T&Cs: dlwp.com/visitus/booking-information

CHAS COLE FOR CMP

ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS

PAUL CARRACK

Saturday 27 February

Doors 7pm

Tickets £29.50, £39.50

Legendary Sheffield-born singer,

songwriter and former frontman

of Ace, Squeeze and Mike & The

Mechanics returns to the road.

With a back-catalogue of hits to

his name including ‘How Long’,

‘Tempted’ and ‘The Living Years’,

Paul’s uniquely soulful voice is a

must for his millions of fans around

the world. His songs have been

performed by The Eagles, Diana Ross

and Tom Jones and he has recorded

and toured with Elton John, Van

Morrison, Roger Waters and BB King

and on Eric Clapton’s world tour.

METROPOLIS

MUSIC PRESENT

NEWTON FAULKNER

Saturday 23 April

Doors 7pm

Tickets £21.50

DLWP & MUSIC’S

NOT DEAD PRESENT

EMILY PORTMAN

TRIO

Friday 29 April

Doors 7.30pm

Tickets £14

In the Café Bar

DLWP & MUSIC’S NOT DEAD PRESENT

THE WAVE PICTURES

Tuesday 1 March

Doors 7.30pm

Tickets £12 advance

£14 door

In the Café Bar

This special gig ties in with the

launch of a new vinyl-only album

A Season In Hull. The album was

recorded on acoustic guitars in one

room, with a bunch of their friends,

sung live into a single microphone

on singer Dave Tattersall’s birthday.

The songs were written as quickly

as possible and the recording captures

that specific moment in all its

spontaneous, thrilling and immediate

glory. As Tattersall elaborates: ‘That’s

what this is — a one-microphone

happy birthday recording.’

DLWP & MUSIC’S

NOT DEAD PRESENT

MICHAEL CHAPMAN

Sunday 1 May

Doors 7.30pm

Tickets £14.50 advance

In the Café Bar

MUSIC

Most bands have support acts and stage times may vary

Follow us on @dlwp / @dlwp_boxoffice

DLWP & MUSIC’S NOT DEAD PRESENT

JOAN SHELLEY

Wednesday 2 March

Doors 7.30pm

Tickets £9 advance

£11 door

In the Café Bar

Joan Shelley’s voice flows like a

river, bending and curving so we

are swept away to wherever she

is going. Her lyrics are sheer poetry.

Listen to the new songs sung live

in this intimate gig in the Café Bar.

JACK SAVORETTI

Sunday 6 March

Doors 7pm

Tickets £17.50 advance

£20.50 door

Savoretti’s gritty, soul-soaked vocals

were championed by Radio 2 and

featured on his critically acclaimed

album Before The Storm as well as

the sound track to the movie The

Vampire Diaries. The new album,

Written in Scars, is all about rhythm,

groove, drums and bass.

LIANNE LA HAVAS

Saturday 12 March

Doors 7pm

Tickets £17.50

‘Lianne La Havas, superstar in

waiting.’ Evening Standard

At the time of going to press, Lianne

La Havas’ Blood (which went straight

into the charts at No. 2) has been

nominated for a Grammy Award for

the best Urban Contemporary Album

as well as three MOBO awards for

Best Album, Best R&B/South Act

and Best Female Act. Critics have

compared her with Lauryn Hill,

Erykah Badu and Joni Mitchell.

Liane La Havas has created her

own alternative blend of funk and

soul. Catch this international artist

in Bexhill!

DLWP Members get priority

booking and discount

tickets on selected events

dlwp.com/support-us


LIVE BROADCAST

Booking and information: 01424 229 111 dlwp.com Booking fees apply

T&Cs: dlwp.com/visitus/booking-information

NT LIVE

LES LIAISONS

DANGEREUSES

DIRECTED BY JOSIE ROURKE

WITH ELAINE CASSIDY, JANET MCTEER

AND DOMINIC WEST

Thursday 28 January

Doors 6.30pm Start 7pm

Tickets £14, £12 concessions incl

students and DLWP members

Broadcast Live from the Donmar's

London home.

In 1782, Choderlos de Laclos’ novel

of sex, intrigue and betrayal in

pre-revolutionary France scandalised

the world. Two hundred years later,

Christopher Hampton's irresistible

adaptation swept the board, winning

the Olivier and Evening Standard

Awards for Best Play. Josie Rourke’s

revival now marks the play’s 30 year

anniversary.

Former lovers, the Marquise de

Merteuil and Vicomte de Valmont

now compete in games of seduction

and revenge. While these merciless

aristocrats toy with others’ hearts

and reputations, their own may prove

more fragile than they supposed.

Age suitability: 15+

NT LIVE

AS YOU LIKE IT

DIRECTED BY POLLY FINDLAY

WITH ROSALIE CRAIG (EVENING

STANDARD AWARD WINNER)

Thursday 25 February

Doors 6.30pm Start 7.00pm

Tickets £14, £12 concessions incl

students and DLWP members

Revolutionary. Fresh, funny

& invigorating. Mail On Sunday

An irresistibly funny production.

A delight. Sunday Times

Shakespeare’s glorious comedy

of love and change comes to the

National Theatre for the first time

in over 30 years.

With her father the Duke banished

and in exile, Rosalind and her cousin

Celia leave their lives in the court

behind them and journey into the

Forest of Arden. There, released from

convention, Rosalind experiences the

liberating rush of transformation.

Disguising herself as a boy, she

embraces a different way of living

and falls spectacularly in love.

Age suitability: 12A

FAMILY

The gig menu is not available before Family Shows

Café Bar open all day with a lunchtime children’s menu

LES ENFANTS TERRIBLES PRESENT

MARVELLOUS

IMAGINARY

MENAGERIE

Monday 15 February

Start 11am

Tickets £10.50

£35 Family of four

Babies under 18 months go

free on parents’ laps

The caravan of curiosities and its

crew of mysterious misfits have

arrived to entertain, amuse and

beguile you.

Ever wanted to count a Decapus’s

legs? Or wondered what a Whistling

Pank eats? Would you like to catch

a glimpse of the fabled ‘Massive Paw’,

or lick a Tresillian Toad? Or perhaps

see a cow that looks like Brian May?

Then you’ve come to the right place!

Dr Longitude and his team of ‘experts’

are here to guide you through a

puppet-packed, ludicrously lyrical

and magically musical tour of the

Imaginary Menagerie’s finest exhibits.

Age suitability: 5+

ESSPA PRESENTS

THE SECRET GARDEN

BOOK AND LYRICS BY MARSHA NORMAN

MUSIC BY LUCY SIMON

BASED ON THE NOVEL BY FRANCES

HODGSON BURNETT

Friday 1 April

Start 7pm

Saturday 2 April

Start 2pm & 7pm

Tickets TBC

This amateur production is presented

by special arrangement with Samuel

French Ltd.

When Mary Lennox, a spoiled little

girl, is orphaned she moves from

India to live with her Uncle at

Misselthwaite Manor on the Yorkshire

Moors. Forbidden to play indoors,

she finds a key to a secret garden

where a whole new world is opened

up to her.

Suitable for all ages.

We have a packed programme

of creative activities for

Families and Children to join in.

Visit dlwp.com for more

details.

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