Mark Harrison with R’N’R

UNDERGROUND LIVE – On The 3rd Thursday of Every Month

Following on from our regular Thursday Blues nights we kick off the new season under the banner ‘Underground Live’ bringing the best live music performances at the most affordable prices. Richard and Ron – aka R’n’R – are your regular show comperes.

All events, tickets are £6.50: includes a light buffet

Thursday 15th February 2018 – 7.30pm. Venue & Bar open at 7pm



Mark Harrison’s unique songs are attracting a lot of attention and he has established a growing reputation for the individuality of his music. He takes elements of blues and folk, adding his own twist to produce something totally original. His music, with its memorable tunes and strong and compelling rhythms, has been going down very well with audiences of all kinds and ages.

Mark is doing something fresh and different, tapping into the timeless quality of the early blues to produce music totally relevant to the present day. His highly distinctive songs cover a wide range of non-standard topics. They all have something to say or a story to tell. They’ll make you move, make you think, make you smile.

Mark Harrison online

The support artists are our very own ‘R & R’.

It’s now more than eight years since R’n’R first appeared together at the UGT, on the demise of the original “Skiddle-Am-Bam”. For their first show on St Valentine’s Day, 2009, they were billed as “Almost Skiddle-Am-Bam”, which was stretching reality rather, since only Richard had been among the original Skiddle line-up. Four months later, they were back at the UGT – for the first time, calling themselves R’n’R. And their double act is now firmly established as one of the biggest attractions for the Saturday morning audiences.


Thursday 15th February 2018 at 7.30pm.  Venue and bar open at 7pm.

Tickets: £6.50 includes a light buffet

Buy Tickets Online




Ticket booking fee may be payable on online purchases.

Want to avoid this? Then:

Buy at the UGT on Fridays and Saturdays 10am – 4pm,

or from Eastbourne Tourist Information Centre

or whenever the theatre is open, or, if still available, on the door.

With regret, the venue is below ground on split levels and has no wheelchair access.

A Hearing loop is available.