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08
Mar 2019

An evening of wonderful, uplifting music Eastbourne Choral Society’s concert on Saturday 30th March will commence with a great, much loved organ piece – Bach Toccata and Fugue in D minor, played on the wonderful All Saints’ organ by Nicholas Houghton. The concert then continues with the choir and soprano soloist singing Mendelssohn – Hear my Prayer, again accompanied on the organ. After the interval the choir will perform Brahms Requiem, a beautiful, melodic and inspiring work. For this piece the chorus will be joined by two professional soloists and accompanied on......

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22
Feb 2019

Hailsham Choral present The Creation by Haydn at 7.30pm in the Church. This fantastic piece of choral music is coming to All Saints on Saturday, 23rd March at 7.30pm.  Haydn was a devout believer and this work contains some of the finest music praising God ever written – and the words are all in English!    The performance is being given by Hailsham Choral Society together with orchestra and professional soloists.  Not to be missed. Tickets – Adults £15, Under 18’s £7.50, and are available from the Eastbourne Tourist Office, Camera Centre, Hailsham,......

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18
Feb 2019

On Friday 1st March Written by women of Slovenia, there will be two services at All Saints: 2.15pm in church and a ‘Celebration Café’ at 5.30pm in the All Saints’ Centre.  Help would be appreciated with making/serving refreshments after each service.  Please sign up at the back of church or ring the church office (01323 732823 option 1) Men and Women are both welcome....

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04
Nov 2018

Hot on the heels of ‘A Monk’s Tale’, performed at All Saints’ last year, we are delighted to host ‘The God Particle‘, also written by James Cary. This is a romantic comedy between a quantum physicist and a vicar, with a touch of time travel thrown in. Described as “deep, smart and very funny”, it’s not to be missed. Tickets: £9 available now from the Church Office – 01323 732823 (option 1) or admin@allsaintseastbourne.com...

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04
Nov 2018

Present a concert of music written to the glory of God by composers from the Renaissance to the 21st Century including works by Palestrina, Mozart and Faure (among others), concluding with a world premiere by Marcus Haddow. The eve of Remembrance Sunday is marked with 5 of Hubert Parry’s “Songs of Farewell”, which he completed in 1918. There will also be two solo items on  the magnificent All Saints’ organ....

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