10th & 11th June 2023
Where musicians' names are asterisked and highlighted in blue, click on the links to go to the relevant pages, where there will be more information about them. For actual performance times, check the 'Music timetable' page.
Jazz & '30s tunes on tenor guitar. Rosemount Cottage.
Rock'n roll, country music and ballads. Denny has appeared on "Stars In Your Eyes" and loves audience participation. Maycroft.
A brass quintet playing a variety of musical genres. Red Oaks.
A Lewes-based quartet playing early English folk & traditional music. Free Church.
Linda J. Gale - Actalina
Kimai - sacred oriental dancing in kimono. Henfield Hall, Old Mill House, St. Peter's Church, Henfield Hall garden, Red Oaks.
Vocalist singing a mix of popular tunes from the '40s to the '70s. and from musical theatre. Red Oaks.
Henfield Ukulele Group
A home-grown uke band play oldies & new ones. St. Peter's Church and Red Oaks.
In The Pink
Easy listening with this saxophone quartet. Hacketts Cottage.
10 singers and a pianist. A group formed by friends with the express purpose of performing for residents in care homes. Red Oaks.
Original songs and traditional folk material from a father & son duo. Hacketts Cottage.
Pyecombe Village Choir*
Festival regulars singing popular favourites. Free Church, Old Mill House.
A country band from the badlands of the Surrey foothills. Red Oaks.
'Requiem For Tristan'
A requiem for female voices, piano & 'cello. St. Peter's Church.
The Rude Mechanicals*
Multi-instrumental group playing traditional tunes from Britain & Europe. Hacketts Cottage.
St. Peter's Primary School Choir
Songs from the children of St. Peter's Primary School. St. Peter's School.
Accordion, guitar, harmonica and vocals from Laurie Tubb & friends. Red Oaks.
The Sundown Ukulele Band*
Popular tunes from all periods from this ukulele group. Henfield Haven.
The Sussex Folk Orchestra*
10-15 musicians playing a wide variety of traditional music from Europe. Red Oaks.
The Sussex Waits*
Early music on period instruments from this quartet of instrumentalists. Moustows Manor.
French music on accordion. Hacketts Cottage.
The Twagger Band
Mostly traditional music with Joy Lewis, Derrick Hughes, Sue Evans, Ian Chisholm, Keith Phillips and Tom Evans. Based in Sussex - playing concertinas, dulcimers, harp, bagpipes, fiddle, whistles, accordion, recorders, guitar, and serpent.
Sunday Finale at Red Oaks
The Festival's Sunday Finale will take place at Red Oaks from 5.30pm to 7.30pm on Sunday, 11th June, and features Clare, who has worked extensively in solo cabaret in the UK and abroad. Her show includes comedy, vocal impressions, comedy songs and audience participation.