The Rag ‘n’ Bone Man from Uckfield is a double Brits music awards winner.
Music teacher Ben Thomas is giving up his job to concentrate full-time on his role as a drummer with Uckfield’s Rag ‘n’ Bone Man.
Limelight the Uckfield dance and gymwear shop is taking a pop-up shop to Fun Abounds Trampoline Centre tomorrow (Thursday, February 2).
An Uckfield primary school choir was surprised by a visit from composer Tony Biggin last week as they rehearsed for a concert.
Uckfield’s Rag’n'Bone Man – real name Rory Graham – has won the Brits critics choice award for 2017.
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.
If you would like to introduce your children to ballet, classes at Framfield can help you do just that.
Uckfield Singers get together every Monday evening to work on their repertoire but also enjoy the chance to socialise over a cuppa and taster sessions are available if you would like to join them.
Tickets go on sale today for the Uckfield Singers summer concert which takes place on Saturday, July 23.
Uckfield musician Terry Steele is to retire from The Ashdown Singers after 40 years of music making in Sussex and Kent.
Hats off to the Ubends drama group who put on a great show in East Hoathly last night.
A concert is to be held at Uckfield Community Technology College on July 8 in memory of Hazel Poole, who used to work there.
East Hoathly drama group The Ubends are gearing up for performances of Sister Act the Musical next week.
Heber Opera returns to Uckfield on May 29 bringing with them a new production and a new director.
Best-selling author John Connolly gave an Uckfield audience an insight into his Charlie Parker series of books last night (April 21).
Red Butler the band formed by Uckfield guitarist Alex Butler is to represent the UK tonight in the European Blues Challenge.
A season of Shakespeare launches at The Picture House, Uckfield, on Saturday to mark 400 years since the death of the man regarded as the greatest writer in the English language.
A film-themed parade, tea dance and festival of bands are all to be part of the Uckfield Festival in July this year.
Hundreds of primary school pupils will be given the opportunity to hear a full symphony orchestra perform at two concerts in Uckfield next month.