Viva Lewes Issue #162 March 2020




Photo by Rachael Edwards

Bits & bobs.

8-31. Cover artist Emma West on caring

for nature; funeral director Damian

Norman on the Lewes he knows; Photo of

the month cotton wool cloud; the sweetest

Iris; Trevor Weeks on rescuing wildlife;

Charity box for Red Cross; Priory School’s

Careers Programme – can you help?

Book reviews of Climate Change: A Very

Peculiar History, and the latest Frogmore

Papers; coming up in May – Lemn Sissay’s

Brighton Festival; and special offers

to Charleston Festival; Five minutes

with Phoenix Centre manager Andrea

Januszewska; win tickets to Firle Garden

Show; Carlotta Luke wants to wake up

in The Grain Store; and Craig’s hidden

caring nature.




33-37. David Jarman enjoys Jeeves

and Wooster; Eleanor Knight disdains

women’s magazines; and John Henty asks

take care, or Take That?

On this month.

39-51. LOS tackles the topicality of

Sweeney Todd; Fiona Sampson talks

biography at The Lewes Lit; Polly

Toynbee joins the line-up at Lewes

Speakers Festival; The Dream of

Gerontius and Lewes singers; a Family

Fun Day at the Railway Land; Dexter

Lee’s film round-up; and a new digital

festival appears in Hastings.


52-59. Shani Rhys James’ paintings at

Charleston; Art and about with Julian Le

Bas, Rue Asher, East Sussex Collage at

Fabrica, and others; and 100 First Women

Portraits at Brighton Museum.


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