Seaford Live! is back for 2015
Seaford Live! is back for 2015 from Friday 4th September – Monday 14th September 2015.
Please call back for details of acts and events as they are booked in the coming months.
First acts announced for Seaford Live 2015
Synergy Theatre – Corelli Ensemble – Fretful Federation Mandolin Orchestra – Barber & Taylor – Terry Lees (Far From Carolina) – Richard Walder & Ron Turner – John Cave – Sussex Arts Collective Exhibition – Archway Choir – Buskers’ Corner – Maestro Academy Big Band + more to be confirmed!
Plus a full programme of free music in Seaford’s pubs during the festival.
Barber & Taylor at the Front Room in August
Barber & Taylor will be playing at the Front Room, Seaford on Thursday 13th August as a pre-Seaford Live! gig. Tickets are limited available from the Front Room.
Would you like to sponsor Seaford Live!
With this year's festival gaining momentum with several bookings there are opportunties to get involved with the festival by sponsoring individual events. The cost to sponsor a main event is £350.00 or as a general sponsor to the festival the cost is £150.00. All sponsors will be recognised with either a company logo or your name on this website, on all promotion posters and leaflet, and will be broadcast on Twitter and Facebook up to and throughout this year's festival. A main event sponsor will have the opportunity to use their own display banners and marketing materials at the event and will have the opportunity to say a little about their company.
Please contact Linda by email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more details about how to sponsor a Seaford Live! event.
Get involved with Seaford Live!
We are always looking for help with organising events for the festival in music and arts as well as recruiting people for an active roll on the committee of Seaford Live! If you would like to suggest and run an event in the Seaford Live! festival or would like to bring your skills and experience to the Seaford Live! committee, then please contact us by email email@example.com to find out more details about how to get involved with Seaford Live!
Kevin Barber & Ron Turner
Kevin Barber & Ron Turner will be playing at the Seaford Golf Clubhouse Official Opening on Saturday 18th April 2015 at 3.00pm.
Seaford Live! raises £1500.00 for the RNLI
The highly successful ‘Seaford Live!’ festival in September 2014 raised nearly £1,500 for the RNLI, our chosen charity this year. The generosity of audiences in pubs, clubs, churches, theatres and at street performances was celebrated on Tuesday 18th November at The Front Room in Seaford as Kevin Barber, Chair of Seaford Live 2014, presented the cheque to Newhaven RNLI Chairman Alan Dempster. This year's 15 day festival included 40+ events in and around Seaford including music, theatre, art, poetry, story telling and guided walks!
Seaford Live! is currently looking for volunteers to help get involved with next year’s festival. We are constantly looking to include new and varied creative arts events in the Seaford Live! festival programme from people of all ages in and around the Seaford area. If you would like to help organise acts/events or offer your skills to the running of the festival please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Seaford Live! enjoys another successful year!
Seaford Live! completed another year of music and arts within the town of Seaford with well-recieved events and rave reviews.
New attractions this year included an outdoor concert in a Marquee in Crouch Gardens with Barber Taylor and Reed, and Tab Hunter and Ben Paley, music in The Front Room café and Toy Town, and a marvellous busking session in Tansley’s Yard. The excellent musicians there were joined by our local MP Norman Baker who sang some great rock and roll in between his official engagements!
Other favourites back this year, were the Mandolin Orchestra and Richard Durrant performing as part of his bicycle tour as the Tour of Britain passed through the town. As always, our local pubs added to the range of musical events and performances by poets, artists and choirs provided something for everyone’s taste.