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Zoom and HFS collaboration

This September, Zoom Arts is launching a brand new group exhibition celebrating the Hastings based charity HFS (Hastings and Rother Furniture Services) to produce an intriguing

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The Big Happy Sun-day

The Big Happy Sun-day, launching the 1066 Local Energy Campaign for Local Energy, was a resounding success, with many visitors from home and wider afield exploring

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La Bohème

Young struggling artists? Sound familiar? La Bohème, Puccini’s romantic depiction of bohemian Paris, is one of the best-loved of all operas, and a perfect match for Barefoot Opera’s

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Wobblies sing the Grapes of Wrath

Songs inspired by John Steinbeck’s book The Grapes of Wrath, which depicts the exodus of poverty-stricken rural workers in the US from their

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No taxation without consent?

Chris Coverdale is a local activist, anti-war campaigner and advocate of non-violent direct action as a means of achieving social and political change. HOT’s Sean O’Shea

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Don’t miss the climate change bus!

Don’t miss the climate change bus: make pensions fossil free! This is the message from Divest East Sussex and Fossil Free Hastings. On Saturday

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Cash, Clash and Climate

In this installation at Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, Maslen & Mehra, in collaboration with local street artists, Shuby and Delete, bring together an extensive body

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Patrons Doon Mackichan and Dave Brown launch Hastings Fringe

The third annual Hastings Fringe was launched last Thursday (31 August) in the Old Town to an audience of over a

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