The RWA relies solely upon donations and the money made from our fundraising events to be able to exist.
Please support any of our concerts you can, and do please tell your friends about them as well.
During the course of the year, we host a wide variety of shows which should appeal to most tastes, featuring professional musicians plus
sometimes our own students. Shows are held at The Milligan Theatre, Rye College, Love Lane, Rye, East Sussex, TN31 7NQ, unless
To reserve your seats for any of our events, call Richard on 01424 444 058.
Friday 23rd July at 7.15pm
Michael Wooldridge & The Young Stars of the Rye Wurlitzer Academy play Yamaha electronic organ at
NORTHIAM Village Hall, Frewen Close, Northiam, TN31 6AF.
Admission Adults £10.00, Children Free (16 and under)Friday 10th September at 7.15pm The Rye Proms with Michael Wooldridge and the Rye Bay CrewNow a regular part of Rye’s social calendar, we once again present our popular evening of proms music and more, including plenty of opportunites to join in and sing with the traditional flag waving finale! This year Michael is likely to be playing a Yamaha Electronic Organ, NOT the Rye WurlitzerAdmission Adults £10.00, Children Free (16 and under)Friday 3rd December at 7.15pm The RWA Christmas Showwith Michael Wooldridge and the Young Stars of the Rye Wurlitzer AcademyAn evening packed with your festive favourites, complete with mulled wine on arrival and mince pies at the interval (both subject to Covid guidelines allowing serving of food and drink) at the interval and plenty of opportunites to join in and sing (assuming we’re allowed to sing by then!). PLEASE NOTE - Whilst not yet sure, we anticipate that this event may feature an electronic organ rather than the Rye Wurlitzer Admission Adults £10.00, Children Free (16 and under)Directions to our venue...The Milligan Theatre, Rye College, Love Lane, Rye, East Sussex, TN31 7NQIf using SatNav, it will almost certainly bring you down a tiny little one way road called Deadman’s Lane. Do not go down this in anything larger than a car as it is too narrow. The easier route is to go into the town past the railway station and following through the town one way system, turning left at a mini-roundabout to go down Rope Walk into the Grove Lane and Love Lane. Beware the very tight bend at the mini roundabout into Rope Walk. Note, if approaching from the north east on the A268 or the East of the A259, you cannot drive directly into town, you have to either follow the A259 around the edge and then enter from a roundabout at the west end, or use Deadman’s Lane, which is fine by car, but be aware of the metal railings on the left hand side.
We hope you will be able to join us at some of our upcoming shows