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Fire walking on hot coals

3 in 1 Challenge for Sara Lee Trust

This October, The Sara Lee Trust is offering daredevils the chance to take part in a unique 3 in 1 Challenge event. Do you dare to walk barefoot over hot coals and cut glass and then chop through wood with just your hand all in support of the Trust? If so then the Fire, Glass Walk and Board Break could be just the event for you. Fundraising & Admin Officer for Sara Lee Trust, Nikki Hawes writes.

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The Four Men

Sussex performers and playwright celebrate county’s treasured author with newly adapted play. Conn Artists Theatre Company visits the White Rock Theatre, Hastings on Wednesday 11 October 2017 with a newly adapted version of The Four Men by Hilaire Belloc which tours nationwide this autumn.

Revolution

Motorbike Revolution

Something for you if you love the art of motorbiking. Cruise on down to Baker Mamonova Gallery and KinoTeatr on the 2 and 3 September, as they are hosting ‘Revolution, an extraordinary exhibition by Revolt about all things motorbike-related. The show will be exhibiting over 25 custom / classic bikes, motorcycle artwork, photography and film. 

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Hastings Pride takes over The Oval

After last year’s mini-Pride taster, Hastings Pride has shaped up into a Rainbow Extravaganza for Bank Holiday Sunday. This year, the action kicks off with a stonking parade through town, ending at The Oval where there will be a variety of events and a main stage, with girl band Stooshe headlining the event. Erica Smith gets the low down for the High Day.

Posted 18:07 Wednesday, Aug 23, 2017 In: One Long Party Tags: , , ,
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Mama Putts serves a musical Rum Punch

Rum Punch are half of the Lynda Murray Quartet who played a wonderful concert on the Stade last month. They serve up a high hitting cocktail of saxophone and piano. This Saturday they will be playing a mix of modern jazz standards and orginals at Mama Putts.

Posted 14:47 In: Music & Sound
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Coastal Currents 2017

Our annual culture Fest, Coastal Currents is almost on us again. The time when strange things can turn up in Hastings – yes, even stranger than normal ­– animate the streets, puzzle onlookers, make us laugh, scratch our heads and visit places we don’t normally visit. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths spoke to Director Tina Morris about what was in store this year.

Phil Clemo’s audio-visual project brings Koyanisquatsi into the 21st century

A breath of fresh air at Kino-Teatr this Friday

Audio-visual artist Phillip Clemo brings his Dream Maps music to Kino-Teatr this Friday. The evening will be a cinematic performance of extraordinary landscapes from around the world– a Koyaanisquatsi for the 21st Century. World class musicians and cutting edge technology are combined to make us experience the familiar as if it’s a brave new world. Erica Smith takes a deep breath and opens her eyes and ears.

Zeroh bring Love Disco to the Printworks for Hastings Pride

Spread the LOVE on Bank Holiday Sunday

It’s been a while since Dan and Neil from Zeroh have held one of their amazing party nights, so they thought they’d throw a special one, with a purpose, and hold it on the Bank Holiday Sunday as Hastings celebrates its first full Pride weekend.

Posted 13:59 Tuesday, Aug 22, 2017 In: One Long Party
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