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See below to find out about the exciting events happening at All Saints over the coming months. Please subscribe to our mailing list so that we can inform you about any new events.

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If you are interested in organising an event, be it a fashion show; classical concert; trendy gig; lecture, book signing, gala dinner, whatever your requirements why not contact us to find out how we can help you. Our Venue Hire section has more info.


Sussex Symphony Orchestra

Glinka, Gliere, Saint Saens

Saturday 10th March, 7:30pm

What an evening we have in store for you – three extraordinary works, powerful, stunningly beautiful and evocative, come with an empty bucket of emotions, after tonight, we guarantee you, they will be overflowing!

Glinka ‘Ruslan and Ludmilla’ Overture
Glière Harp Concerto – Soloist – Alexander Rider
Saint Saëns Symphony No. 3 ‘The Organ’ soloist D’Arcy Trinkwon

Conductor – Mark Andrew James

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Brighton Orpheus Choir

Mozart Requiem

Saturday 24th March 2018, 7.30pm

Mozart Requiem and Ave Verum
Schubert Magnificat D486 and Sanctus from his German Mass
Haydn Insanae et vanae curae

Soloists from the Royal Academy of Music

Mystery and intrigue surrounds this final work of Mozart. Struggling with poverty and visited by an anonymous messenger commissioning him to write a Requiem Mass for the Dead, conjecture alone can suppose the tormented mind of the composer destined to die before the work’s completion. With its terrifying Dies Irae, brilliantly constructed Kyrie double fugue and agonisingly beautiful throbbing Lacrimosa, it remains one of the most moving works of the choral repertoire.

The programme also features Haydn’s fiery Insanae et Vanae Curae, the 13 year old Schubert’s Magnificat and Sanctus from his German Mass, as well as Mozart’s gently profound Ave Verum.

Tickets will be available online until 2pm on the day of the performance or on the door from 7pm.

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East Sussex Bach Choir

East Sussex Bach Choir, The Fletching Singers, The Baroque Collective

Sunday 25th March, 7pm

This monumental St Matthew Passion is hailed as the greatest setting of the Passion story in western music, but surprisingly it was not until almost 100 years after its premiere that Bach’s music got the recognition it deserved.

Composed in 1727, it is a setting of sections of St Matthew’s Gospel, designed as part of Good Friday Vespers for the strict Lutheran stronghold of Leipzig. Following its premiere, it received two subsequent performances in 1736 and the 1740s. After that it was not performed again until its revival in Berlin in 1829 by Mendelssohn, which marked a renaissance of Bach’s sacred vocal music.

The work comprises two choruses, two orchestras (each with continuo organ) and a group of soloists, including Jesus Christ and the Evangelist.

East Sussex Bach Choir are combining forces with The Fletching Singers and will be singing the English translation of The St Matthew Passion.

The concert will be dedicated to the memory of Nick Milner-Gulland, the former Music Director of The Fletching Singers who recently passed away.

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Brighton & Hove Book Fayre

Saturday 12th May, 2pm to 6pm, Parish Hall

The Brighton & Hove Book Fayre is organised by local authors P.J. Blakey-Novis and Richard Gough-Buijs and P.J.’s wife Leanne, who manages Red Cape Graphic  Design.

This is the first Community Literary Festival in Brighton & Hove and there will be a wide range of books available to suit all tastes. Come along and meet a host of local authors and self-published authors who will be selling and signing copies of their books on the day.

Refreshments will be available, and the afternoon will conclude with a fantastic raffle, in aid of the Royal Sussex County Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.

Free entry.

The Gin Society Festival

Fri, 13 Jul 2018, 17:00 – Sat, 14 Jul 2018, 21:30
Friday 13th July: Evening Session 5pm – 9.30pm
Saturday 14th July: Afternoon Session 12noon – 4pm

Saturday 14th July: Evening Session 5pm – 9.30pm

“Join us on our gin journey and discover the delights of 120 gins, plus a changing range of guest gins from the classic to the contemporary.

Sample what’s on offer at our exclusive Tasting Station where our bar staff will treat you to a taste of some exciting new flavours.

Sparkle at our prosecco cocktail bar where you can choose from a range of prosecco cocktails, featuring some fabulous fruit flavoured gins.

Marvel at the skills of our visiting distillers who will reveal secrets of how their gin began.

Relax to the mellow sounds from the decks of our DJs whose vintage sounds will sooth you as you sip.

EARLY BIRD TICKETS: £8.50 plus booking fee. Book now to take advantage of our Early Bird rate – ticket numbers are limited and once they’re gone, they’re gone! For more info and to book tickets click here.