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Hastings Furniture Service team photo by Zoom Arts

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 and informative exhibition to be shown at the Zoom Gallery, Warrior Square Station in St Leonards on Sea. Zoom Arts’ Susan Cleland writes.

Posted 13:22 Tuesday, Sep 12, 2017 In: Community Arts Tags: , ,
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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 and participating in the various stalls demonstrating how clean, renewable energy makes simple common sense. HOT’s Zelly Restorick reports.

Barefoot Opera

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 Young Artists who bring their raw talent and creativity to the production.

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Wobblies sing the Grapes of Wrath

Songs inspired by John Steinbeck’s book

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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 talks to him about his involvement with the tax resistance movement.

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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 23 September campaigners from across East Sussex will be boarding one of the Big Lemon’s sustainable buses for a one-day tour of the county, taking the message about fossil fuel divestment – and the Divest East Sussex petition – to Hastings, Bexhill, Hailsham, Eastbourne, Seaford, Crowborough, Uckfield and Brighton. Here they explain why.

Plates by Maslen and Mehra

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 of work for the first time.

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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 hundred with an evening of al fresco entertainment,

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