The countdown is on to Uckfield Blues and Roots Festival which runs over three days from Friday, July 27, to Sunday, July 29.
There are just two weeks to go before the bells ring out to mark the start of Uckfield Festival 2018.
Tickets are available from today for the Uckfield Singers’ Summer Concert which will be held at the Civic Centre on Saturday, July 21.
Prizes and certificates will be awarded to 25 of Uckfield’s best child artists during an arts and crafts fair at Uckfield Civic Centre next weekend.
Professional singer and actress Sophie Gopsill, who lives in Uckfield, is enjoying touring the world as a film she is in is shown, and acclaimed, at film festivals from Edinburgh to London, New York, South Africa, and Milan.
Artists from the Uckfield area will be coming together to exhibit their work in a two-day arts and crafts fair on Friday and Saturday, June 15 and 16.
Artists gathered at Uckfield Railway Station on Saturday where an exhibition of their work can be seen in the run up to the Bridge Arts summer arts and crafts fair.
Artists living in Uckfield and surrounding area are coming together to exhibit their work at a fair in town this summer – and space is available for more to join them.
Tickets are now available for the Uckfield Blues and Roots Festival which takes place from Friday, July 27, to Sunday, July 29.
Individual and small group music lessons run by East Sussex Music – the county music service – look set to be axed.
Uckfield Singers are looking for a new musical director as talented Tina Gelnere prepares to spend the next two years on a masters opera course at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
Previously undiscovered artists and photographers with raw talent are sought to take part in two exhibitions coming up at Bridge Cottage Heritage Centre in Uckfield.
Markets, fairs, talks, exhibitions and concerts – all these events, and more, are coming up at Bridge Cottage Heritage Centre this year.
A 23-year old composer from the Uckfield area will have his new work broadcast across the UK tonight (August 22) on Classic FM, the UK’s most popular classical music station.
Former Uckfield Community Technology College student Olly Muxworthy was in the audience last week as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra played a piece he composed to mark the 25th anniversary of Classic FM.
Uckfield Singers presented a cheque for £425.25 to the Chestnut Tree House Children’s Hospice after a concert last week.
Rag ‘n’ Bone Man is urging fans to vote for his drummer and former Uckfield schoolmate in a competition to find the Best New Drummer of 2017.
Uckfield Singers organised a special evening to celebrate the eight years Sue Daniel has spent as chairman of the community choir.
Uckfield Blues and Roots Festival takes place at the weekend bringing music to the town over three days.
Uckfield Singers’ summer concert is coming up on Saturday (July 22) and tickets are still available if you would like to go.