Tiger Arts exists to organise musical, artistic, literary, dramatic and other artistic events within the context of an active worshipping & witnessing church. We believe God has given us talents to perform or create and minds to enjoy listening to beautiful music and words and seeing lovely things in the world. We are delighted to share these aspects or our faith with you at these events at All Saints’.
For further information and details of concerts in 2014, please download the 'Tiger Arts Prospectus 2014'
2015 Lunchtime Concerts - Held at the URC, Lindfield
As many of you will know the All Saints Church building is expected to undergo major refurbishment work during 2015. As at the time of going to print the closure dates are uncertain. To avoid confusion therefore we have decided to move down the High Street for the whole year.
We are most grateful to Lindfield United Reformed Church for allowing us to use their buildings throughout the whole year. Lunches will continue to be served from 12.15pm in their church hall and the concerts will begin as usual at 1.00 o'clock. In the church.
January 14th The Perdido Players Swing Band
This band, formed in 1998 and plays regularly in Lindfield and beyond. It's home is Lindfield United Reformed Church. it's therefore fitting we should begin 2015 in their church whilst All Saints is undergoing major refurbishments.
February 11th Lancing College Musicians
We are delighted to welcome students from this beautiful college with it's iconic Chapel, set in the South Downs north of Lancing. The college has a reputation as an outstanding music school. We look forward to their 1st visit to Lindfield as they share their musical talents with us.
March 11th Charlotte Buchanan (Trumpet)
Brought up inn Hurstpierpoint and trained at the Royal College of Music Charlotte has played in the All Saints orchestra on Good Friday on a number of occasions. Her rendition of 'The Trumpet shall Sound' in Handel's Messiah resulted in a standing ovasion. We look forward to her return visit.
April 8th Katherine Smith (Flute)
Originally Katherine was brought up in Haywards Heath but now lives in London. She is currently working on her Master's degree at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. We welcome Katherine on her first visit to Lindfield.
May 13th Rachel Floyd (Soprano) & Claire Taylor (Mezzo Soprano)
Rachel read music at Durham University where she was awarded a Choral Scholarship. She sings regularly with Kantanti and the Collegiate singers at Westminster Abbey. Claire graduated from Trinity College of Music where she performed with the Trinity Singers and others at venues such as the Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall, Royal Albert Hall and the Barbican. Both Rachel and Claire teach singing at Gt.Walstead School.
June 10th. Diana Davey (Clarinet), Mike Lavelle (Cello) & Celia Vince (Piano)
Delighted to have three local very talented musicians to play Brahms Trio in A minor for clarinet and The Victoria Kitchen Garden Suite by Paul Reade
July 8th Helen Arnold (Harp)
Helen is in great demand as a highly successful and inspirational harp player and teacher. It's too long since Helen was last performing for us in Lindfield and we look forward to hearing her again.
August 12th Jo Kimber and her Jazz Band
Jo started her career in Reading as a dance band singer working with many well known cabaret artistes. We are delighted that Jo is with us again. Her return visit accompanied by her jazz band is by popular demand.
September 9th Emma Nibloe (Flute)
Emma recently graduated from Royal Holloway with a 1st class degree and currently works at All Saints Lindfield as a Ministry trainee. She is also a member of the All Souls Orchestra in London and has toured with Noel Treddinick and the Prom Praise Orchestra.
October 14th Bill McEwen (Jazz Pianist)
Bill lives in Haywards Heath and teaches music in local schools. He is a very accomplished pianist and will be playing a number of his own works. He often accompanies worship on the piano at All Saints.
November 11th Nick & Simon Hancock
This will be a return visit from the two talented brothers performing some of the works of the late wonderful Music Hall duo act of Flanders & Swann. A lunchtime concert not to be missed.
December 9th Otehall Community College Music Students
We close the year with artistes from near to home. We are delighted tom be able to bring to you the musical talents of more young people, but this time from our own neighbourhood.
There is parking on the Common, behind the Coop opposite the church, and in the Medical centre car park. If you don't mind a small walk All Saints Car Park will also still be available.
Admission and lunches will continue to be free, but gifts towards expenses will be gratefully received.
There will not be any evening concerts during 2015 but we are already booking events for 2016.
Tiger Arts exists to organise musical, artistic, literary, dramatic and other artistic events within the context of an active worshipping & witnessing church. At All Saints, Lindfield we believe God has given us all talents to perform or create and minds to enjoy listening to beautiful music and words and seeing lovely things in the world. We are delighted to share these aspects of our faith with you at these events.
Further information about Tiger Arts can be obtained by logging on to www.allsaintslindfield.org/tigerarts or by phoning
Jonathan Robinson (01444 482405) or Peter Ford (01444 483294)