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NATIONAL POETRY DAY

Thursday, 1st October, 7.15pm

The 26th Annual National Poetry Day returns to the Grove Theatre! The Poetry Café Eastbourne invites you to be entertained, moved and challenged by responses and reflections on this year’s theme of “Vision”. See it like a poet!

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CABARET CERISES - EXTRA DATE ADDED!

2nd & 3rd October, 8pm

Cabaret Cerises are BACK with a new show full of Aerial, Singing, Boylesque, Burlesque and Tease!

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VICTIM (PG)

Friday, 9th October, 8pm

Landmark thriller featuring an extraordinary performance by Dirk Bogarde. Part of a season of LGBT Classics at the Grove. 

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HALF A SIXPENCE (U)

Friday, 16th October, 8pm

Tommy Steele stars in the classic musical film, filmed in part here in Eastbourne.

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WAITING FOR HAMLET

Friday, 23rd October, 7.30pm

Winner of the 2018 Kenneth Branagh New Drama Writing award, this comedy about a tragedy locks King Hamlet and Yorick in a battle of wits between two fools. But only one of them knows he’s a fool.

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THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (15)

Saturday, 31st October, 7pm

Join us for a Halloween night of fishnets, frolics and Frank-N-Furter!

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SPITFIRE SOLO

Sunday, 8th November, 2.30pm

For Remembrance Sunday. Commemorating the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, Nicholas Collett brings “Spitfire Solo” to the Grove.

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SHELL SHOCK

Wednesday, 11th November, 7.30pm

A stand up roller-coaster ride through anxiety performed by comedy veteran Tim Marriott (BBCTV's The Brittas Empire)

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TALES FROM THE GROVE

Saturday, 14th November, 7.30pm

A dark play with a twist by local writer and director Francis Saunders. 

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HAPPENINGS

20th & 21st November, 7.30pm

A new play by John Berry of Printers Playhouse. A dark comedy of unfulfilled ambitions.  

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CLARENCE DARROW

Friday, 27th November, 7.30pm

Pioneering larger-than-life lawyer Darrow reflects on his life as a courtroom giant and civil rights hero in this tour-de-force one-man play.

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WATSON: THE FINAL PROBLEM

Saturday, 28th November, 7.30pm

John Watson is alone. The great Sherlock Holmes is gone. But the world seethes with false reports and rumour, and at last the time has come for the truth to be revealed.

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IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE:

A LIVE RADIO PLAY

Friday, 11th December, 7.30pm

This beloved Christmas classic comes to captivating life as a live radio play.

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A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Friday, 18th December, 7.30pm

A very special retelling of the classic Christmas tale. 

The Grove Theatre

Eastbourne Library

Grove Road

Eastbourne

BN21 4TL

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