THE ‘GAMES’ ISSUE
David Hockney, ‘Self Portrait’, 1954 © David Hockney
Photo: Richard Schmidt. Collection Bradford Museums & Galleries, Bradford, UK
Bits & bobs.
8-25. Cover artist Matt Webber brims
with imagination; VR expert Sam Watts
works and plays; a tree house strides
out; Trinity Gaming Café; little Olive;
the Lewes History Group, thriving for
ten years; sign up for Skittles; St Peter
& St James Hospice is our Charity
box; Five minutes with ping pong
teacher Rob Hoy; Jacky Adams spreads
the word to Iceland; Carlotta Luke
photographs Lewes Toad tables; and
Craig wouldn’t hurt a fly.
27-31. Eleanor Knight on ways to play;
David Jarman reads Maigret; and John
Henty’s love letter to the Rooks.
On this month.
32-41. The making of a movie in Lewes;
The Boy with the Top Knot author
comes to The Lewes Lit; LewesLight
Festival 2020; the Early Music Festival
wows Brighton; and Dexter Lee’s films
42-47. Hockney and Davie at Towner;
and Art and about from Chalk Gallery
and Paddock Road Studios, plus others.
49-61. Diary dates from Seedy Saturday
to strategies for small gardens; Gig of the
month is Mad Professor live dub show;
Classical round-up leads with Brighton
Philharmonic Brass; Freetime listings,
the Trampoline Academy Uckfield, and
Press Play Films.
Photo by Toffee Hammer Films