Diverse Sussex Eastbourne: Exploring & Celebrating Sussex Heritage & Culture

Friday, 31 August 2018 from 18:00 to 20:00

Join us for a free community event to bring everyone together for a fun evening of music, food, art, children’s activity and literature.

Come have a taste of:

  • Spoken word & poetry performance – Umi Sinha & others
  • Live African, Latin & reggae music – DJ Fever2Ray (African Night Fever)
  • Jamaican food – Bready Delights
  • Oral history & creative writing taster- share your story
  • Children’s arts & craft
  • BME heritage displays
  • And more exciting things to be announced shortly

Our event will take place on Friday 31 August 6-8pm at DC1 Cafe & Gallery, 67-69 Seaside Road, Eastbourne BN21 3PL.


  • You must book a free ticket to receive a plate of food from Bready Delights. Max 30 plates, first come first serve.
  • Pay bar available (cash/card).
  • The venue is fully accessible – there is a lift to both floors and there is a wheelchair accessible toilet.
  • Please contact us if you have any special mobility, dietary or language needs.
  • Please contact us if you need more than 2 tickets. Our email is  info@writingourlegacy.org.uk.


Contribute your stories & memory to a community anthology about Hidden Sussex.

Bring a photo of your earliest memories of your life in Sussex and share your stories and memories.


Book your free place now!

Produced by Writing Our Legacy in partnership with African Night Fever

Supported by East Sussex County Council Stronger Communities Fund

Follow us Twitter @BHWritingLegacy

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