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Songs from around the world

Vocal Explosion, Hastings’ award-winning world music choir led by Juliet Russell, is offering two FREE feel-good singing workshops for adults aged 18 and over. No singing experience necessary. No need to book. All welcome.

Posted 07:45 Wednesday, May 17, 2017 In: Music & Sound Tags: ,
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1066 Cycling Festival

Now in its second year, the 1066 Cycling Festival is a FREE two day festival celebrating everything cycling. The festival will run over the weekend of 17 and 18 June at two venues in Hastings and Bexhill.

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Exploring new worlds: compromised perceptions

Erica Smith talks to artist Annie Rae and photographer John Cole as they get ready for their latest show at Hastings Arts Forum.

Nic Perry with Lib Dem colleagues.

Lib Dem hopes for electoral agreement fade

Liberal Democrat hopes of instigating an electoral understanding with the Labour Party in Hastings and nearby constituencies appear to be headed for disappointment, despite the recent agreement between the Labour and Green Party candidates. Nick Terdre reports.

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Walking on the wild side with Juliet Brando

This week Juliet Brando returns to rule the roost at Zoom Arts’ Warrior Square station gallery with an “eclectic, untitled mix of styles and media.” Zoom reports.

Posted 11:09 In: Arts News Tags: , ,
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Funeral for fossil fuels

Over the weekend, a New Orleans style marching jazz band funeral for fossil fuels was organised by local groups, Fossil Free Hastings and Don’t Frack Sussex.

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Whistleblower stands as independent candidate

Then there were five – when nominations for the snap general election closed last week there were five candidates: Labour, LibDem, Tory, Ukip and an independent. The independent is whistleblower Nicholas Wilson who is standing on an anti-corruption ticket. Nick Terdre reports.

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Music, comedy, poetry, fun and food – and electoral registration

Ready to vote to decide the country’s next Parliament and government? Come and get in the mood at Rock the Vote, a day of live music, poetry, comedy, performance and food – and help with getting yourself registered on the electoral roll if you need it. The event is the brainchild of local community organiser Sam Kinch.

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