Viva Lewes Issue #158 November 2019




Bits and bobs.

10-29. Michael Munday draws back

the curtain on his cover; Paul Pyant

lights the stage; Photo of the month,

the scene from Cliffe Bridge; Five

minutes with Priory Drama teacher

Amy Marsh; Friends for life in Pets

of Lewes; Zero Waste Cupboard at

Lewes Food Market; Charity box

on Chestnut Tree House; Christmas

lights campaign for Lewes; a scheme

to get us all shopping locally; Lewes

Living Wage visits the town’s three

food banks; Carlotta Luke’s photos

from Brighton Corn Exchange; and

Craig runs auditions.


31-35. John Henty on the living

theatre of Lewes; David Jarman

discovers Liverpool; and Eleanor

Knight on Auntie Brenda’s drama.

On this month.

36-55. JJ Waller after Bonfire;

Cinecity, world cinema across

the South East; the Homelink

Glyndebourne Gala; Something

Underground presents the Lewes

Festival of Solo Theatre; Jacqueline

Wilson is guest speaker at The Lewes

Lit; New Sussex Opera’s La belle

Hélène; Film ’19 from Dexter Lee;

New Note Orchestra and their Kind

Rebellion; David Wilde brings Punch

and Judy to the Lewes Little Theatre;

Citizens UK’s Frida Gustafsson

speaks power at the U3A’s Public



57-65. Brighton Art Fair at Lewes

Town Hall, including Simone Riley;

Martin Gayford’s cityscape; and Art

and about featuring Chalk Gallery,

the Nevill Collective, Paddock

Studios and many more.


67-87. Diary dates including The

Lewes Ripple, The Winter Garden,

Bargain Book Sale, and others; Gig

of the month is The Captain’s Beard,

plus others; Brighton Philharmonic

Photo by JJ Waller



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