The Rye Shakespeare Company was founded in 1990 to perform outdoor drama as part of Rye’s annual Medieval Festival. Since then, we have performed work by Shakespeare, Chaucer, Priestley and Pushkin but are best known for our on-going series “The Secret History of Rye”. These outrageous comedies concern the adventures of famous historical characters in … more
We Stand In Harmony! MAKE THIS YEAR THE YEAR YOU SING! The Wall of Sound Singing Ensemble is a new choir made up of solo performers and choir. The choir is an eclectic mix of choir and solo singers from The Sandra Scott Singing Studios from both the Rye and London Studios as well as … more
Rye’s historic Wurlitzer theatre organ, the second to arrive in England during 1926 and the 999th to be made, has been sited at Thomas Peacock Community College, Rye, since 1958 where it is still played today.
Ryesingers was formed in 1971 by their present Musical Director Lesley Brownbill. The choir was originally formed with ladies only and one of their early achievements was to take part in the International Eisteddfod at Llangollen. Although the choir is now mixed the Ladies choir still performs in its own right gaining much success in … more
FETCH provide drama and events for a variety of venues, with original scripts, music and superb acting. If you want a unique evening or event get in touch and see our website. You can see our Dinner Thriller, The Velvet Glove at Nobles on 21st October during the Battle Festival, book early to avoid dissapointment.
Acting Up in Rye was formed in the Spring of 2013. It’s first production, “A Day of Reckoning”, a comedy by Pam Valentine, directed by Rowena Sterry, was staged at the Community Centre, which was decked out in bunting to create a village fete atmosphere, for two nights, to near full houses. Our next production … more