Viva Lewes Issue #160 January 2020

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THE ‘BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD’ ISSUE

CONTENTS

Photo by Carlotta Luke

Bits and bobs.

8-25. Julian Bell on the art of drawing;

Duncan Baker-Brown explores our

sustainable future; Photo of the month

on the Ouse; Five minutes with Priory

School art teacher Bianca Faricy; the

word flies far; St Thomas’s newly

glinting weathervane; an invitation to

sing Monteverdi; Meet Blackjack, and

Cats Protection; also Roma of Lewes;

two local books reviewed; Carlotta

Luke photographs Shoreham Harbour;

and Craig goes meta, and realises he’s

an illustration.

Columns.

27-31. David Jarman looks at puzzling

pictures; John Henty on walking

backwards; and Eleanor Knight on

cumulative gloom.

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On this month.

33-44. Tom Reeves pictures Lewes in

Camera – who better to? Ruth Ware

explores the ultimate whodunit at

The Lewes Lit; 1927 Roots, quirky

animation; Joe Fuller waxes lyrical in awe

of Beethoven, and the Heath Quartet;

it’s Dick Whittington time at St Mary’s

Panto; Rebecca Cooper talks politics

and public health at the Headstrong;

and Dexter Lee gives us the Lewes film

lowdown.

Art.

46-53. Introducing Hastings

Contemporary. Plus, Art and about

including Chalk Gallery and Wildflowers

at the Castle Barbican.

Listings.

55-73. Diary dates; Gigs of the month;

Classical roundup with the Nicholas

Yonge Society, and others; Freetime

listings, and win tickets to Lewes Drama

Collective’s His Dark Materials part 2;

review of National Trust kids’ nature

almanac; Lewes Children’s Bookgroup

talk on inclusivity in children’s literature;

plus a profile of the director of the

Brighton Waldorf School.

Photo by Simon Way

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