One of the most exciting, vibrant tracks in the South of England and with it’s fantastic location in the heart of Brighton City, the seaside course is the perfect venue for a day out with family and friends.
The site developed from a military base at the time of the Roman invasion in AD43 to a sumptuous Palace by the end of the first century. This story is told in an entertaining audio-visual programme and also in the site museum, with the addition of fascinating artefacts from the excavations along with plans, reconstruction drawings and models.
Much more than just an art gallery, it tells the story of a number of individuals, all passionate collectors of art, who generously donated their lifetimes’ labours to the Gallery for the benefit of the public.
An ideal introduction to the town bringing together the Story of Rye set within the Rye Town Model, Audio Walking Tours of Rye including the new Ghost Walks, the Rye Tourist Information Centre in the restored Old Sail Loft building.
In the dome there is a celestial sphere, with the constellation figures which demonstrate how the stars and planets move. There is also a theatre and projector.
Many astronomy activities are available as well as many displays lectures.
The South Coast's leading arts and entertainment venue. For a list of what’s on please go to: http://www.brightondome.org/
The only purpose-built Theatre between London and the South Coast, fulfilling the needs of theatregoers and the arts over a wide area as well as providing facilities for a full range of community services.
Eastbourne has four theatres with a combined capacity of more than 4,500. Each theatre has its own distinct character and style, from the purpose built Congress Theatre to the atmospheric Victorian Devonshire Park Theatre.
One of the south's liveliest arts venues playing host to an exciting and diverse mix of theatre, dance, music, comedy, concerts, film and visual arts.
Battle Abbey was founded around 1070 by William the Conqueror, on the site of the Battle of Hastings. The best-preserved and most impressive part of the abbey is the great gate-house, the finest of all surviving Medieval abbey entrances, which was built around 1338. There is an exhibition on the build-up to the Battle of Hastings. Collections include architectural stonework and archaeological finds.
The White Rock Theatre is a 1000-seater venue located in Hastings, East Sussex. It is operated by HQ Theatres, a Qdos Entertainment Company, on behalf of Hastings Borough Council, and welcomes a variety of different musicals, plays and pantomimes.
The Stables Theatre and Arts Centre is housed in a lovely 18th-century building in the heart of Hastings’ Old Town. It opened as a theatre in 1959. The building has been further developed over the years, and is now able to offer a modern auditiorium of 126 seats. They produce roughly ten Stables productions each year—amateur productions of the highest quality. These are cast from among the members of the theatre. The Stables aim to provide a wide variety of productions, suiting the diversity of their audiences. They also play host to several other local groups and receive touring professional productions.
The Hastings Fishermen’s Museum is one of the biggest attractions in Hastings. Over 140,000 people come through the doors every year to see the many photographs, paintings and historic objects - and to climb aboard the last of the local sailing luggers, built in 1912. The Museum is set amongst the unique net shops, the tall black sheds in which fishermen used to keep all their fishing gear. The net shop next to the Museum has a display of such equipment, and several old fishing boats are also on show on the adjoining beach.
The Phoenix Arts Centre is a high tech multi purpose venue with top of the range lighting, sound and stage systems. Also with a flexible auditorium layout and a helpful and supportive events team makes it an easy venue to work with and in, to make any event the best it can be. They have the ability to make your event something special and one of a kind.
The venue has a fully licensed bar with 6 drinks on draft and lots of bottles and spirits plus crisps, chocolate, ice creams and bags of sweets and not forgetting tea, coffee and hot chocolate
Visit the Planet Earth Museum and discover the story of our earth at the very beginning.
Walk around the Paradise Gardens, Newhaven's biggest secret with a magnificent water garden.
Experience the sights and sounds of prehistoric times on the dinosaur safari! Wander through the dinosaur garden giving visitors a glimpse of prehistoric life.