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DCLive have more exciting shows this coming week. On Tuesday at Leaf Hall, is Peril at Sea, doors at 7pm—Devonshire Collective, Seaside Road, Eastbourne, 3 March 2019

Peril at Sea a new play currently on tour

5 March at 19:00 – 6 March at 21:00
Leaf Hall, 51 Seaside Eastbourne

DC Members discount available, please contact DC1 on info@devonshirecollective.co.uk to let us know you are coming.

The greatest storm in living memory blasts the English coast. Striving against the howling winds and pounding waves, a lonely boat struggles on. Those left behind wait impatiently, huddled together, isolated and unfamiliar. As the storm rages, stories, memories, songs and myths tumble out of the night, capturing a life lived in and around the sea.

Peril at Sea is produced by Up the Road Theatre in association with New Theatre Royal Portsmouth, supported by Wells Maltings, The Seagull and LV21.

Supported by Arts Council England.

about the Devonshire Collective
In 2016, Eastbourne Borough Council and Eastbourne Housing Investment Company supported the transformation of three of its properties on Seaside Road and Seaside into creative spaces (DC1, DC2, DC3), to be leased to the Devonshire Collective C.I.C. for the benefit of artists and community members.

Leaf Hall Community Arts Centre and Royal Hippodrome Theatre are part of the Devonshire Collective as DC+ Associates. The initiative is supported by Devonshire West Big Local and was originally set up by B&R Productions, who were commissioned by Eastbourne Borough Council to deliver the project.