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Gwyneth Herbert in Hastings

Gwyneth Herbert exclusive

Gwyneth Herbert is to give an exclusive preview of her new live show in Hastings. Musician, composer and Hastings resident, Gwyneth Herbert will be bringing her highly anticipated forthcoming live project, Letters I Haven’t Written, to Kino-Teatr, St Leonards-on-Sea on 29 September, in one of four special UK performances previewing the show.

Hastings Fringe 2017

A bigger, better, bolder festival

Now in its third year, the Hastings Fringe Arts Festival will run throughout the month of September opening with a pre-festival evening on Thursday 31 August.

Cirque du Platzak

Coasters’ circus and street art

Hastings Borough Council has become a partner in a national initiative using world class circus and street art to boost visitor numbers and civic pride. Year 2 of Arts Council England funded Coasters project seeks to boost the local economy in seaside resorts.

old town game1

Underachievement

Local resident, ex-language teacher and inventor, Bruce Nicol, writes about his experience of the classroom, underachieving students, his concerns for the future and his initiatives for change.

A march of 2,000 anti-conscription protesters in London,1939. © IWM (HU 36255).

History of peace movement in the spotlight

With conflict so often hitting the headlines, it is heartening to be reminded that over the last 100 years or so individuals, whether acting on their own or collectively, have consistently and often creatively campaigned against war and for peace. With this in mind, Ann Kramer, author of two books on conscientious objectors, went to see People Power: Fighting for Peace, an exhibition on peace campaigners at London’s Imperial War Museum.

Jenny Lloyd Jones and David Morley are 'stunning in London Suite

Neil Simon’s ‘London Suite’ at The Stables is ‘funny and compelling’

Join in The Big Sleep 2017

A night in a cardboard box

Just a reminder that about this year’s Big Sleep for The Seaview Project happening on Friday 22 September. You can actively take part by sleeping in a cardboard box – or, if this sounds too daunting, you can make a donation in support of those who do. Zelly Restorick writes.

Posted 13:24 Friday, Jul 21, 2017 In: Campaigns Tags: , ,
Sunflower

Flora at Zoom Arts

Anthony Birch is back this year with a fresh vibrant twist! A departure from last years architecturally styled monochromatic drawings of Hastings’ landmarks, Anthony has taken to canvas, producing colourful paintings with a summer feel. Zoom Arts’ Susan Cleland writes.

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