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Trio Ilos: from left, Dom Pipkin (keyboard), Mao Yamada (bass) and Roy Pepper (drums).

Dom Pipkin plays the New Orleans Blues

It was a hot and sweaty summer night when jazz musician and enthusiast Lynda Murray went to see the Ikos Trio with Dom Pipkin at Kino-Teatr. It turned out to be a memorable occasion, as she reports.

Femmes et Singes Henri Matisse

Henri Matisse exhibition

Murmurations Gallery in Bexhill-on-Sea will be holding a selling exhibition of Henri Matisse’ (1869 – 1954) original lithographs from 1 -27 August. It will be the first time that original lithographs from one of the leading Modern Masters of 20th Century Art will be exhibiting in Bexhill. Joe Nguyen from Murmurations Gallery writes.

Save Bus 28 Campaign

19 July meeting: Save Bus 28

28 Bus Campaign ‘Let your voices be heard’. Representatives from Stagecoach and local councillors will be at a meeting about the recent reduction in the 28 bus service on the 19 July. This is to create a dialogue with the bus company and let them know about local residents needs, as changes to the service will be reviewed by Stagecoach in September. Marilyn from the campaign to save the service writes.

Vocal Explosion

Vocal Explosion inspires and relaxes

Vocal Explosion World Music Choir is a community choir based in Hastings that has received funding from Sussex Community Foundation (SCF) this year to show how singing, and music generally, is good for health and well-being. Music journalist Jonathan Lennie writes about his experience of one of the ‘feel good’ workshops and encourages you to go along too. 

Austerity Fight

Austerity Fight

Having premiered at the launch of the East End Film Festival, Austerity Fight, a feature length documentary by Phil Maxwell and Hazuan Hashim, is making its way through the UK. Don’t miss your chance to see this film here in Hastings and meet the directors. Rossanna Leal writes.

Members of Divest East Sussex

Divest fossil fuels battle continues

The chair of the East Sussex Pension Committee, Councillor Richard Stogdon, has said that he ‘entirely agrees’ that ‘any encouragement to the fracking industry’ – such as investments in ‘fracking companies’ – ‘should be avoided’, as these are ‘not in the best interest of the Council’s pensioners … [or] residents of East Sussex.’ Cllr Stogdon also stated that the Pension Committee would be ‘looking at strategies for reducing – as far as possible – any investment in coal where we see that’s in the best interests of our pensioners.’ [1] Information sent by Divest East Sussex.

Pop-up Happiness Cafe

Pop-up Happiness Cafe

Local Mind’s ‘Wellbeing in Hastings & Eastbourne Project’ is leading the provision of a Happiness Café in central Hastings throughout the summer. Su Barnicoat-Hill

Angels of Islington

Angels of Islington

Political satire & supernatural fantasy collide as ‘Angels of Islington’ Serve & Protect! Former Whitehall insider and Hastings resident, Sam Davey launches her new book.

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