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Through the Window

Through the Window near Ticehurst, East Sussex

Below are upcoming Through the Window events happening in Ticehurst and the surrounding area. You can add your own events here.

January 2018

Through the Window

Saturday, 20th January 2018, 9:30am
to Saturday, 24th March 2018, 4:30pm
(64 day event)
Artichoke Gallery
Church Street
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Early evenings with houses all lit up inside, we can peek into other livestyles, catching glimpses of their treasured objects on the shelf and arrangements on the table. Or maybe you are cosy by the fire, watching the birds feeding in the fading light, thinking of weekend walks in the countryside, bracing days by the sea. Whatever your plans, include a trip to Artichoke Gallery to see the delights "through the window", a mixed show featuring Paintings, Sculpture, Ceramics and Jewellery.
Open Tuesday to Saturday 9.30 to 4.30


What's On in Ticehurst?

  • A Schoolgirl's War

    Thursday 5th April @ 10:00am
    Location: Hawkhurst

    Mary Smith’s talk will relate the story of life at Maidstone Grammar School for Girls during World War Two. It ... more

  • Woodlands Festival

    Friday 8th June for 3 days @ 4:00pm
    Location: Hawkhurst

    Woodlands Festival is an intimate, family friendly weekend festival set amongst rolling green fields surrounded by the Elm Wood near ... more

  • Music Festival 2018

    Saturday 30th June for 9 days @ 7:30pm
    Location: Etchingham

    A series of 6 varied concerts throughout The week beginning with "Instant Sunshine" followed by 3 classical concerts, an 0pera ... more

  • Oberon's Cure

    Wednesday 18th July @ 7:30pm
    Location: Sandhurst

    The very popular Rude Mechanical Theatre Company will be coming back to Sandhurst Recreation Ground this summer on Wednesday 18th ... more


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