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November 4 2011

Local busker Danny McEvoy plays at the Hampden Arms in South Heighton on Sunday afternoon.

No need to leave the area this weekend, because, as ever, there is plenty going on in Newhaven and Seaford to keep you entertained and amused right though until Sunday night. So get out there and support your local events!

The weekend kicks off with another jam-packed Friday evening, starting in a rather civilised manner with "Rotten" Seaford at Seaford Little Theatre. From 7.15pm, enjoy a glass of wine whilst learning about Seaford's political history. Alternatively, head over to St Thomas Moore Church Hall from 7pm for their Charity Race Night, in aid of Seaford Down's Syndrome and Special Needs Support Group.

Of course if live music is your thing, then there's the usual line-up of top-notch local bands to liven up your Friday night drink. Dr Scardo play at the Cinque Ports in Seaford from 8.30pm, rock and covers band Jellyhead play up at the Hampden Arms in South Heighton from around 9pm, and Seaford Folk Club presents Duck Soup at the Royal British Legion from 8pm.

Saturday marks day one of the Krissy of Sussex Christmas Fayre at 25 Chyngton Way. They'll be Christmas pudding lighting and donations collected for Help For Heroes. If you fancy something a little bit different, St Leonard's Church in Seaford once again opens its doors from 1pm for a lunchtime concert. This week it's "Catch as Catch Can", an hour of renaissance flute.

Back up at the Hampden Arms on Sunday afternoon there's entertainment from local busker Danny McEvoy. Danny is hoping for lots of people to join in as the chorus with their 'Peace' placards as he covers the last of the Beatles chart number twos. He's recording it all for YouTube, so go grab your 15 minutes of fame!

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