We are delighted to present regular concerts and dances featuring our fabulous instruments.
To book your tickets...For Singing Hills Concerts call Honor during office hours on 01903 817 116. On concert day only, check for last minute ticket availability by calling the Bar at Singing Hills on 01273 835 353, selecting Option 6.For East Sussex National Concerts buy your tickets in advance at Gale and Woolgar, 47 High Street, Uckfield, TN22 1AJ or from Hotel Reception at the East Sussex National. Enquiries to ESN Reception on 01825 880088.For East Sussex National Dances buy your tickets from Hotel Reception at the East Sussex National, 01825 880088.
All Concerts start at 3pm and finish between 5pm and 5.30pm
Please take care to note which of our venues each concert is at. SH = Singing Hills, ESN = East Sussex National2018Sunday 14th October - SH - John MannThe UK’s favourite musical entertainer returns by popular demandSunday 11th November - SH - Matthew Bason & Aaron HawthorneNot one but two great organists to play on both Wurlitzers and the pianoSunday 2nd December - SH - Michael Wooldridge Christmas ShowOur popular Resident Organist returns with a concert of Festive FavouritesSunday 9th December - ESN - Robert Wolfe Christmas ShowInternational star, from the Thursford Collection2019Sunday 6th January - SH - Chris Stanbury & Mark LaflinAnother double header with two superb organists and a taste of Vienna to start the year!Saturday 19th January - ESN - Phil Kelsall MBEMr. Blackpool himself! Legendary star of the Tower BallroomSunday 10th February - SH - Chris PowellOne of the busiest organists in the UKSunday 10th March - SH - Byron JonesThe Welsh Wizard himself!Sunday 16th June - ESN - Bill CampbellTop International Organist from California, USA
All Dances are held on Sunday
afternoons at the East Sussex
National and run from 3pm
They feature either our Resident Organist Michael Wooldridge (MW) or Assistant Resident Chris Stanbury (CS) at the Wurlitzer with a mixture of Ballroom, Latin and Popular Sequence Dances. Some of the audience don’t dance but just come along to enjoy listening to the music and soaking up the friendly atmosphere.