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.
Uckfied dancer Isabella Knights has graduated from the Royal Ballet School and is to join a Munich company.
Universal Dance is encouraging people to have a go at ‘dancing like a diva’.
Framfield schoolchildren have recorded their own version of Rag n Bone Man’s hit song Human.
Limelight the Uckfield dance and gymwear shop is taking a pop-up shop to Fun Abounds Trampoline Centre tomorrow (Thursday, February 2).
Twelve-year-old Spruce Campbell, who lives near Uckfield, is one of four winners of a BAFTA Young Game Designers competition.
An Uckfield primary school choir was surprised by a visit from composer Tony Biggin last week as they rehearsed for a concert.
Youngsters enjoyed a workshop yesterday based on the multi-award winning musical Wicked and run by a professional dancer who performed in the show.
More opera, ballet and theatre performances from new locations around the world will be screened at The Picture House in Uckfield this autumn and winter.