Fed up with shopping? Why not catch some inexpensive entertainment for children?

There is a free exhibition and some puppet and shadow shows by local puppet companies, at The Grange Art Gallery and Museum in Rottingdean. The shows are  £3.oo each or  a donation for large groups. You need to ring to check times and only on for a few more days!      Phone:01273 301004  

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The rest of the exhibits at the Grange are on display permanently and FREE to VIEW. The Burne Jones Room etc and of course the new exhibition ‘Cinema by the Sea’ (for at least six months) and of course the lovely gardens.

Although I have an exhibit in the exhibition,with  the marionettes from the feature film ‘Oh What a Lovely War’ on the West Pier in the 60s, no one mentioned that The Grange is closed in January!

To anyone I know that planned to come to see them, sorry about that. Do come in February! If you let me know I’ll try and meet up and tell you all about them!

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