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We’ve got pancake day, comedy, Queen and stargazing on the agenda for this month, have a look below and see what’s on in Eastbourne in the month of February:

 

‘Run by Eastbourne Astronomical Society from 5 – 7pm, they will provide a family friendly tour of the night sky suitable for all. Members of the society will point out the constellations, features on the Moon and some of the Planets using both their own and society's telescopes. If you have your own telescope or even binoculars you are welcome to bring them along.’ Id also suggest you bring a coat and some gloves!

 

‘Treat your sweetheart to a romantic afternoon tea on board the Wealden Rambler this Valentine’s Day.

Enjoy a scenic and relaxing journey with your Valentine, travelling in one of our four comfortable 1950/60’s lounge or restaurant carriages through the Sussex Weald on Friday 14th February 2020.’

 

‘Mark a fresh beginning at the Devonshire Park Theatre this Chinese New Year!
Jinlong Culture & Performing Arts brings a spectacular line-up of Chinese acrobatics, music and dance to Eastbourne to welcome the Year of the Rat (the first in the 12-year cycle of Chinese zodiac).’

 

‘South London’s finest Rob Beckett is back on tour with a brand new stand up show – Wallop! It’s been a busy few years for the Mouth of the South and he’s coming your way to fill you in and make you laugh.’

 

A pancake race through Eastbourne town centre, on Shrove Tuesday, all for a fantastic charity.

 

‘Vocalists from We Will Rock You productions alongside with the Heart of England Philharmonic Orchestra’