Catch flutist’s first appearance at Opus Theatre

Opus Theatre will welcome outstanding Hastings flutist Daisy Noton in her first appearance at the venue as a solo artist on Saturday November 10. She will be accompanied by well-known pianist Anne Marshall who teaches at the Royal Academy of Music. They will be playing a varied programme of works for the flute and piano, from the 18th century to the present day.

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Ten things to do in Eastbourne - week starting Friday October 19

1. Art. The Quick And The Dead is at the Jerwood Gallery in Hastings from Saturday October 20 until January 6. This is an exhibition of five ground-breaking artists whose lives have intersected at various points. Maggi Hambling, Sarah Lucas, Jurgen Teller, Julian Simmons and Sebastian Horsely are friends who have portrayed each other at different moments, now displayed together for the first time.

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