Yamaha EL90 Organ keyboards
MelodyTimes concerts are friendly events packed with music for all to enjoy, where like minded people gather for evenings of fabulous live music performed by top players from all around the UK. If you enjoy the music of André Rieu, Glenn Miller, James Last, Andrew Lloyd-Webber, and the 40s, 50s, 60s & 70s, these concerts are for you!
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MelodyTimes Hailsham

We meet at 7.15pm on the second Tuesday of each month at: The Charles Hunt Centre, Vicarage Field, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 1BG. Doors normally open a half an hour before the concert starts. Admission is £8.00 per person and is payable in cash on the door. If you have any queries or would like more information about our Hailsham concerts, please e-mail info@melodytimes.co.uk or telephone Richard on 01424 444 058 or Michael on 07748 113 975.


The Charles Hunt Centre is easy to find. It is in the centre of Hailsham, right next to the Waitrose supermarket, with plenty of car parking just feet away! The car park is accessed from Vicarage Lane, a one-way road running north to south in parallel to the High Street.

Concert Dates

Sadly, all of our concert evenings are currently suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic but we hope to be back together as soon as we can. In the meanwhile, stay safe and well.
The Charles Hunt Centre Sign over doorway at the Charles Hunt Centre


Hailsham MelodyTimes started life in the 1980s as the Hadlow Down Organ Club, very successfully run by Mick and Carol from EmJay Music. It did well and in January 2000 moved to the Pavilion, Hailsham, a restored cinema, around 10 miles north of Eastbourne. More recently, Mick and Carol have moved to North Norfolk, handing over the reins of the club to a new team and the club moved to the Charles Hunt Centre, which provides a more cosy setting for the monthly gatherings. During 2019, due mainly to ill health, the exisiting team decided it was time to step down, so the club was to close, but we are delighted that MelodyTimes Concerts has been able to step in to keep friendly musical evenings alive in Hailsham.