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2016 and all that

A new exhibition opened last weekend at the Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, called ‘The Story of Hastings in 66 Objects’. It’s a concept borrowed from

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Headquarters of the European Commission in Brussels, where member countries held their first meeting without UK participation on Thursday (photo: European Union, 2016).

Clear majority to leave in Hastings

Along with the rest of the UK, Hastings voters gave a clear vote in favour of leaving the European Union in last week’s referendum.

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Lesbian gangsters – love honour and vengeance on the mean streets of Manchester

This Wednesday’s Polari-on-Sea features a fantastic array of writers including author Jules Grant. Jules is from Manchester

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Jacques Brel double bill heading for Hastings

Fans of Jacques Brel are in for a treat on Thursday 7 July, as Dead Belgian will be playing live at the OB

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WOLF + Shoebill © Copyright Peter Suschiktzy

WOLF + Shoebill © Copyright Peter Suschiktzy

Animal Logic. Is this my best side?

Walking down Norman Road, HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths stopped in her tracks to look at Guy the Gorilla staring out through the bars of his cage. Just as when Guy was alive he attracted attention, so he does in this photography exhibition,  Animal Logic. There are many excellent wildlife photographers but Austrian photographer, Wolfgang Suschitzky, is somewhat different. Continue reading…


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Pre-Edinburgh Festivals shows at OB Theatre

In July, OB Theatre will be holding three weekends of theatre, comedy and cabaret from some of the UK’s top acts. John Knowles reports.

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The Bunker - set to remain a prominent and unwelcome feature in the Country Park (photo: Bernard McGinley).

Country Park eyesore gets to stay

The widely disliked Bunker in Hastings Country Park remains with us following a successful appeal by the owner. The decision is a bitter blow

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Military college clocks five successful years

Since opening its doors in June 2011, the free-to-attend Hastings Military Preparation College has helped prepare nearly 200 local teens for careers in the

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Brexit’s con-trick is a poorly camouflaged power-bid on behalf of the ultra right

In a hard-hitting contribution to the EU referendum debate In campaigner Rachel Lever explores the not-so-hidden agenda

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Winner Tzu-Yn Huang in the White Rock Theatre, scene of her triumph.

Chance to see piano champion’s recital

As the last act of this year’s Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition, Tzu-Yin Huang from Taiwan is to give the traditional winner’s recital at

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Stephanie Fawbert

SoCo strong and fragile at HAF

It is always interesting to go to a curated show as opposed to an all members exhibition. It gives space and development to the

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Cllr Dawn Poole 66 Objects

The story of Hastings in 66 objects

The Battle of Hastings may be the most famous date in British history, but a lot has happened in the 950 years since.

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A night of magical midsummer music in Hastings

Hastings soprano Susannah Appleyard is joining concert pianist Evgenia Startseva for a musical midsummer celebration at St Mary in the Castle.

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The sovereignty of the UK Parliament is a driving force for the Leave campaign (photo: Giancarlo Liguori/Dreamstime.com).

Why I’m voting Brexit

A personal contribution on the leave side of the EU referendum debate from DAR, a HOT reader who has made his presence felt in our

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