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All Saints

Map: corner of The Drive (south end) and Eaton Road, Hove BN3 3PD

All Saints Church Hove is regularly used for concerts, including a weekly Thursday lunchtime concert programme from June to October, which features renowned and varied classical and jazz musicians.

These start at 1pm and last approx one hour. Admission is free, but there is a retiring collection to cover costs. 

The 2017 programme of lunchtime concerts is now finished, so come back to this page in June 2018.

If you would like to join the concert mailing list please email your contact details to: office@allsaintshove.org.




5          Imogen Hancock (classical trumpet) + Jennifer Hughes (piano)

12        Allison Neale (jazz alto sax) + Alex Bryson (piano)

19        Phillip Dyson (piano) –  Joplin, Waller, Mayerl, Gershwin and much more!

26        Lucy Mair (soprano), Andrew Robinson (baritone), Jonathan Lilley (piano) –  From Purcell to Bernstein




2         Geoff Simkins (jazz alto sax), Nikki Iles (piano), Dave Green (bass)

9         Sussex Flutes –  Classical flute quintet from bass to piccolo

16       Brian Ashworth + Jon Rattenbury (classical guitars)

23       Spike Wells Trio – Top jazz drummer with Mark Edwards (piano), Chris Laurence (bass)

30       Jamie Andrews –  Organ recital by All Saints organ scholar




6         Olive Murray (soprano) + Christopher Foreman (piano) –  Songs of Summer

13       David Newton (jazz piano), Nat Steele (vibes), TBA (bass)

20       Meraki Duo (classical flute + guitar duo)

27       Maureen Galea (piano)




4         Paul Richards (Latin guitar)

11       John Bruzon (piano)

18       Oliver Nelson (violin) + Vasilis Rakitsis (piano)

25       Karen Sharp’s Jazz Party  –  UK’s No.1 tenor saxophonist and guests

All Saints Hove

All Saints Hove
This page was last updated by Ted on 03-Jul-2018
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