Viva Lewes Issue #158 November 2019



launches its new season; and

Classical roundup pick of the month

is the Corelli Ensemble, plus Coffee

Concerts, Seaford Music Society

and others; Freetime listings,

including (Newhaven) Fort Fright

Week, and Christmas at Nymans;

plus book review for Chris Riddell’s

Guardians of Magic.


89-95. An evening out in Chaula’s;

The Pelham Arms serves up a

Bonfire special; a lunchtime spread

from Beckworths; plus, food news

from The Seasons, the Vegan

Festival and Rathfinny.


The way we work.

96-99. Photographer Benjamin Youd

visits four production professionals,

and asks who’s your favourite

theatrical character?


101-108. Gardner Arts Centre,

and how and when it became the

Attenborough Centre for the Creative

Arts; Alex Leith sees behind the

scenes of Glyndebourne’s Production

Hub; Michael Blencowe accounts for

Shakespeare’s US starlings; Business

news from the streets of Lewes; and

Annie Timoney on her return to


96 80

Photo by Benjamin Youd

Inside left.

122. The Smugglers take a bow,

November 1911.


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