Something Glowing and Alive - Until Sunday 16 December
Martyrs’ Gallery, Lewes
This exhibition will celebrate the work of three luminaries of 20th century art, Marc Chagall, John Piper and Graham Sutherland. In association with Goldmark Gallery, prints, lithographs and original drawings will be on show, and all profits from sales will be donated to the St Michael’s Church Organ Appeal. Doors to the exhibition will be open between noon and 5pm from Thursdays to Sundays.
Richard O’Brien’s show has been performed intenationally for more than 45 years. It is now back in Brighton by popular demand. Strictly Come Dancing champion Joanne Clifton plays Janet, alongside Stephen Webb as Frank and Ben Adams as Brad. Tickets from £13.
Believe it or not, it’s been 40 years since Raymond Briggs’ The Snowman was first published, and since then it has captured the imaginations of children and adults alike across generations. Together with Penguin Ventures, Brighton Museum and Art Gallery is showcasing some of the stunning original artwork created by the Sussex based author and illustrator.
The paths of Wakehurst come alight with lanterns and fire installations for the fifth mesmerizing display. An avenue of oaks housing glowing native owls will welcome you on your arrival, and the mansion itself will be transformed with a stunning projection of a native wild flower meadow.