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Filage with Sur Mesure

Fillage at The Stade

Fillage: By the sea is where you find it; Only you know what you seek. HBC’s Barbara Browning writes. Come to the Stade for the first Coasters touring network circus inspired event as part of Hastings Borough Council “Stade Saturdays”. All events are enjoyed free of charge.

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Old Town wall flowers

De-flowering in the Old Town

HBC sub contractors Kier have scored an own goal by wiping out wildflowers in a designated wildlife site in Hastings Old Town. Chris Hurrell writes.

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The Phoenix Opus

The Opus Theatre, considered one of the finest concert halls in the South East, is situated in a Grade II listed building created for the best natural acoustics. The theatre’s centerpiece, however, is the venue’s new and very special concert grand piano, one of the most technologically advanced acoustic instruments in the world, officially baptized as the ‘Phoenix Opus’. 

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First play at new Opus Theatre

Tania Charman a local community activist and board member of the Heart of Hastings (HOH) Community Land Trust has arranged for the Liverpool Theatre Group, Costal Productions to perform

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Multi-instrumentalist to guest at Jazz Hastings

Hiroshima Day 2016

Hiroshima Day 2017

Hastings Against War will commemorate those who lost their lives in the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 with a ceremony at the boating lake in Alexandra Park on Sunday 6 August. An estimated 185,000 people perished when US airforce planes bombed the cities, dying as a result of the initial blast, due to fires sparked by the bombs, and as a result of radiation-sickness caused by the explosions. John Enefer writes.

'First Heard'

‘First Heard Shorts’ script-writing competition

If you have ever had a desire to be a script writer, or you already are and have a short play script idea you think is a winner, if you fancy hearing your words read by professional actors, or you just have a story to tell, then ‘First Heard* Shorts’ is a competition with your name on it. The competition has been organised by local writer and script developer, John Knowles, in support of The Hastings Fringe Festival. John is a prolific writer and producer and despite his busy schedule, continues to support local writers and theatre projects.

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