Ale and Hearty hosts—the Vintage Mobile Cinema (for Lewes Heritage Open Days)

HODS weekendA free weekend cinema experience in Lewes, for Heritage Open Days on 14th & 15th September

The Ale and Hearty project hosts the Vintage Mobile Cinema, showcasing a bespoke short film celebrating bygone days of hop-picking, brewing and Sussex traditions, with vintage footage.

Come see our secret cinema and fascinating cinematic archive over the weekend, and enjoy the luxury of the red carpet treatment! We will be showing the film three times per hour, daily.

The Vintage Mobile Cinema is a 22 seater cinema open to all:www.vintagemobilecinema.co.uk/events

This event for Lewes Heritage Open Days, is part of the Ale and Hearty project celebrating lost breweries and brewing in the Lewes area.

Event at:  

Harveys Brewery car park,                                                                                                                       Corner of North Court & Harveys Way,                                                                                             Lewes                                                                                                                                                                            BN7 2JW

(No parking available at venue)

On: Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th Sept 10.00-4.00pm

To find out more, please contact Ale and Hearty Project Coordinator:                           aleandheartylewes@gmail.com

Ale and Hearty is a Heritage Lottery Funded Lewes based  project, looking at the heritage of brewing in the town.

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Ale song workshop

ale and hearty singing workshopWe held an ale and brewing focussed song workshop on Saturday 8th June at The Lewes Arms, ably facilitated by songstrels Emily and the Hares to a packed room of 45 singers.

The day long workshop included learning a multitude of ale themed songs, and some readings about the subject from Temperance to drunkeness. All in all a very interesting and enjoyable day!

The song below was one of a selection we learned whilst accompanied with good ale from the bar below us.

DRINK OLD ENGLAND DRY

Now come, me brave boys, as I’ve told you before
Come drink, me brave boys, and we’ll boldly call for more
For the French they’ve invited us and they say that they will try
Will try
They say that they will come and drink old England dry

Aye, dry, aye dry, me boys, aye, dry
They say they will come over and drink Old England dry.

Supposin’ we should meet with the Germans by the way
Ten thousand to one we will show them British play
With our swords and our cutlasses, we’ll fight until we die
We die
Before that they shall come and drink old England dry

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Arts events in Brighton

Artist, Lorenza Ippolito will be having a week of conversations at COMMUNITY ART CENTREScreen Shot 2013-06-13 at 15.04.19 (1) 31 Queens Road, BN1 3XA Brighton, United Kingdom.
Please refer to the Facebook page below for more information including timings: http://www.facebook.com/events/167326576762049/
From Tuesday to Friday she will be in the space with fellow conversationalist to talk about whatever takes our fancy. Serious stuff as well as light touches, deep concepts, but not purposely difficult speak, maybe even some art (if you’re lucky).
Please come and bring your own cushions if you want to be comfortable or (if you think discomfort aides good debate) come along without!

Our Dancing Feet

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True, and not so true: Tales from the Dance Floor…

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FREE!

ORAL HISTORY TRAINING WORKSHOPS

Thursday 27th June – 7-9pm: The Writers’ Place 9 Jew Street, Brighton, BN1 1UT

Saturday 29th June 10am -1pm: Grand Parade, University of Brighton, BN2 OJY

Thursday 4th July: The Writers’ Place

Thursday 25th July: The Writers’ Place

Following on from the great successes achieved by The Port, The Beast & The Traveller project which took place in 2012 at Newhaven Fort, Zap Art and inroads productions have once again joined forces to develop a second exciting project for 2013-2014, due to start shortly.

The project will explore the social mores and gender etiquette of partner dancing in the 1950’s, and will celebrate the history of the Regent Dancehall in Brighton, (which once stood where the large Boots store is now) & The Winter Garden in Eastbourne.

From June 2013 through to July 2014 here will be a busy and varied schools and community outreach programme with intergenerational activities such as talks, exhibitions and tea dances (with the Ragroof Players), oral history training, heritage learning & creative art and drama and writing workshops.

 The project will culminate in two performance events in November 2013 in Brighton & April 2014 in Eastbourne

 **We are looking to recruit volunteers interested in FREE oral history training and interview collection, working with experienced tutors**

Learn how to record interviews and identify key histories about Brighton and the Dancehall; and how to transcribe and archive material – skills that can be used to collect your own family and community histories. 

Stories collected for the project will be incorporated into a script written by Sara Clifford, and added to the local oral history archives in both towns.

Places are limited, so if you would like to get involved please find out more and book a place through the contact details below:

Sara Clifford

Telephone: 07759 28768

Email: dancehallproject1950@gmail.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/regentdancehall.wintergarden?fref=ts