Richard III on Bikes!!

It’s nothing to do with The Warninglid Players – but they have alerted us to this unusual production of Richard III!

The Handlebards are a four strong bicycle powered troupe who are performing their unique open air production of Richard III, in the grounds of Warninglid Grange next Saturday May 28th.

They performed a very well received show there last year and have taken their productions to the Edinburgh Festival.

  • Pay what you can!
  • Doors open 5:30pm, Show starts 6:30pm
  • Bring a rug or deck chair, and a picnic!
  • For more info see www.handlebards.com

Richard 111So bring on your Sturmey Archers, and no doubt “A bike, a bike, my kingdom for a bike!”

(What a great warm up for Pardon Me, Prime Minister the following week or a more traditional open air Shakespeare from Players In the Park‘s benefit Much Ado About Nothing for St Peter & St James Hospice later in June)

 

Lindfield Dramatic Club is 80!

Lindfield Dramatic Club is 80 years old this year!

They have an exhibition on Saturday May 28th at the King Edward Hall in Lindfield!

As well as artifacts and recordings they have costumes and stage make-up, face painting, and BIRTHDAY CAKE!

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CDS Photobooth

The Cuckoo Fayre is today!

Don’t forget to see our photo booth and get a silly souvenir! It’s free!

And if you like playing the fool, dress up or make believe or as we like to call it “acting”, we are always open to new members! Those things are not obligatory –  people help in various other ways too – see here!

CDS members have fun and support ISOC and entertain the village!!

But you can support CDS by coming to see a show – you’ll have a great time – just ask around those who have seen some of our recent performances or see the reviews and comments!

You won’t get a better value or funnier night out in Sussex than Pardon Me, Prime Minister!