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Register for Cultural Quarterly’s e-newsletter to be entered into a prize draw for a chance to win a Just For You Spa Day at the Grand Hotel.
One lucky runner up will win two tickets to the brilliant Some Like It Hotter at the Devonshire Park Theatre.
To enter the draw, simply visit our e-newsletter sign-up page [...]
Congratulations to Mrs Kipling of Eastbourne, who won a delicious hamper from Bill White & Company of South Street in CQ’s Spring 2012 issue prize draw.
Register to receive CQ’s e-newsletter and be entered into a prize draw each issue.
Fancy yourself as an archaeologist? Then get yourself down to Grange Gardens this Saturday for a summer excavation.
Taking place from July 16-31, it’s the first time that the Eastbourne Museum Service has organised a community excavation in the gardens.
Organiser of the event Eastbourne Borough Council museum officer Jo Seaman said: “We are extremely grateful to [...]
Season tickets are now available at the Under Ground Theatre for chamber music recitals.
Starting in October, the new season will feature eight Sunday afternoon concerts celebrating the anniversaries of Schumann, Chopin and John Ireland. The season tickets cost £47 (saving £25), but they are only £42 if purchased before the end of July.
The season tickets [...]
Watch opera for free this summer when Puccini’s best-known opera Tosca is beamed live from Spain to Eastbourne this month.
Residents, visitors and tennis spectators will be treated to a free live screening of Tosca – which has enthralled opera lovers with its themes of art, love and politics since the 1900s – on the Wish [...]
A giant ice-cream cone depicting images of Eastbourne was the winner of the Great Railway Poster Competition organised by Eastbourne Framing Centre. Designed by third year Falmouth University illustration student Holly Blackman, the winner was picked from over 350 entries.
The under 16s category was won by Katie Clarke, a year 7 pupil at Cavendish School. [...]
There will be a rare opportunity to view royal works of art at Eastbourne’s newest venue All Saints Chapel in Meads on 30 April – the day after the royal wedding.
For one day only, signed limited edition lithographs by HRH The Prince of Wales will be on display at the Grade II* listed building. The [...]
Full-service marketing and communications agency, PRG, has appointed Michaela Bailey to join its publishing team. Michaela will work on sales and advertising for arts and culture magazine, Cultural Quarterly (CQ) as Sales and Admin Executive.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Retail Marketing from the University of Brighton, Michaela travelled the world before coming [...]
Join us on Friday March 11 from 5-7pm
The team at Cultural Quarterly invite you to join us for CQ Arts Scene, our arts and business networking event, on Friday March 11 between 5pm and 7pm at Printers bar brasserie in Station Street, Eastbourne.
Actors Felicity Dean and Jos Vantyler and producer Tony [...]
Due to treacherous weather conditions, the CQ Art Scene event has been cancelled and will be rescheduled in the spring. We hope to see you then.
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CQ writers Sara Hawthorn and Sarah Rajabalee entered the Short Story Slam during the Small Wonder Festival at Charleston in September 2010, and Sarah was one of the lucky writers chosen to read out her story based on the title The Map.
The photo shows Sara (left) and Sarah (right) with compere Damian Barr. Photo by [...]
Congratulations to Mrs Burrows of Bexhill on sea, who won two tickets to an 1812 Firework concert at Eastbourne Bandstand and an overnight stay for two at the Big Sleep Hotel, and to Mrs Newton of Eastbourne, who won two tickets to Oklahoma! at the Congress Theatre in CQ’s Summer issue [...]