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'
All concerts are in the Church, start at 1pm with a light lunch served in the Tiger lounge from 12:15pm. Admission is free with a collection at the door.
Greg Harper (folk singer/songwriter)
Greg returns to All Saints by popular demand. He is a singer songwriter born and still living in Sussex. Many of his songs are influenced by the beauty of his surrounding countryside.
Musicians from Lancing College
We are delighted to be welcoming students from this beautiful college with it's iconic Chapel set in the midst of the South Downs north of Lancing. Another concert not to be missed given by gifted musicians from this college on their first visit to All Saints.
Reme Sheridan (violin)
We welcome the talented violinist Reme Sheridan who is the granddaughter of former All Saints organist Rai Horscraft
Rhos Welsh Male Voice Choir
We are delighted to welcome back this famous choir. Since their visit to Lindfield in 2012 they have won the Cor Cymru competition and both the National and International Eisteddfods in 2013, a unique achievement. They are about to record their first album and we hope copies will be available on the night.
Guest Artistes:- Lorna Collins (mezzo soprano) & Helen Arnold (harp)
Stuart Townend is a British Christian worship leader and writer of hymns and worship songs. His output includes “In Christ Alone” (2002, cowritten with Keith Getty), “How Deep The Father’s Love”, “Beautiful Saviour” and “The King Of Love”.
In 2005, Cross Rhythms magazine described Townend as “one of the most significant songwriters in the whole international Christian music field”. He is back by popular demand,
This English guitarist, Richard Durrant is a world class virtuoso with an imaginative flair for presentation and a warm and easy rapport that has endeared him to audiences in the UK and South America. His 2014 UK tour brings a new show packed full of stories and music from a lifetime of playing the guitar. The guitar is a chameleon – especially in these capable hands.
Merry Opera Company – Handel's Messiah
Twice in one year I hear you say! Not quite, this is a dramatisation of Handel's Messiah. In this presentation twelve strangers seek spiritual comfort in their struggle to understand the world. Singing together in a church, they are inspired to pick up the ragged ends of their faith and re-affirm their belief in God and humanity.