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TRISH ELLIS

BOARD MEMBER

Having moved down from London 7 years ago she has enjoyed my

BERNARD TURNBULL

BOARD MEMBER

Bernard Turnbull was born in the North East of England in 1944.

DAVID HUNT

BOARD MEMBER

David joined the committee after having enjoyed Rottingdean Arts events for several

GILL LAKE

BOARD MEMBER

Gill has lived in Brighton for more than 40 years, moving from

JOHN BUSTARD

TREASURER

Although having only lived in Rottingdean for 10 years, family connections have

DR. CHRIS DAVIDSON

VICE CHAIR

Dr Chris Davidson has lived in Rottingdean for more than 20 years

EVENT SCHEDULES

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3pm ROTTINGDEAN TERRACES STAGE
BRIGHTON BIG BAND
By Stive Lara
02:30am-04:30pm Room-05
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By TAYLOR LEE
08:30am-12:30pm Room-06
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By Sheridan T. Lee
11:30am-04:30pm Room-07
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By Amy Doe

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How We Started

Rottingdean Arts was an initiative of Dr. Roy Wales and was formed early in 2011 with Dr. Roy Wales as Chairman and Artistic Director. Its foundation arose out of a specific interest of Roy Wales in creating and developing a new performing arts stage on the Rottingdean Terraces which would hold summer concerts and arts

Rottingdean Arts in 2022

ROTTINGDEAN ARTS was formed in 2011 by local resident DR ROY WALES and has presented an annual programme of arts events in the village, including on the Terraces Stage on the seafront, assisted by his wife, Christine who has been administrator, and a committee of dedicated people. This has all been on a voluntary basis.

Rottingdean Terraces

Rottingdean Terraces occupy a prominent position in the village between the White Horse Hotel and the seafront. Created in the mid-1930s, the Terraces structure has remained virtually unchanged since that time. However, in 2010, Brighton and Hove City Council, who are responsible for the site, decided to resurface the uneven and overgrown main Terraces concourse.