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Last year’s Frost Fair, JJ Waller

Get ready for a  Frosty Reception this Saturday

This Saturday, 25 November sees the streets of Central St Leonards come to life for the Towns Fifth annual frost fair and Parade, now a firm favourite in the towns event calendar, the day’s activities will culminate in the switching on of the towns fabulous Christmas light display that was won in a prestigious competition in 2015.

Posted 20:04 Wednesday, Nov 22, 2017 In: One Long Party
Thomas Suarez in the West Bank (photo: Sainatee Suarez).

Why is the Israel-Palestine conflict so enduring?

One of today’s burning issues is why the Israel-Palestine ‘conflict’ has endured for so long with no resolution in sight. Thomas Suarez, author of a ground-breaking book on the Zionist movement which successfully militated for the creation of the state of Israel, will address this issue in a talk to Hastings Palestine Solidarity Campaign on Saturday.

Posted 19:39 In: Campaigns
00MidwinterThought

A thought-full show for Christmas

Ever seen the 1892 illustration of a man’s profile in which his three daughters’ faces are hidden? Apart from serving as a reflection on gender statuses at that time, it reminds us just how long hidden pictures in illustration have been around in the media, pictures that grab our attention and thoughts. This is just one of the fascinations that East Sussex’s experimental theatre company ExploreTheArch draws on this Christmas in their new production The House of Midwinter Thought. Erica Smith explores the inner world of thought.

Dan Redsull (SLT Chief Executive) and Kerry Evans (SLT Lead Therapist)

Run for Sarah Lee Trust

Run the Hastings Half Marathon and raise much-needed funds for local charity, The Sara Lee Trust, which improve the lives and well-being of people affected by cancer and other life- threatening illnesses in the Hastings and Rother area through the provision, free of charge, of psychological and counselling support, creative and complementary therapies, and therapeutic group activities.

Emily Johns with her artwork

Wood engraving with Emily Johns

A ten week introduction to wood engraving, a delicate and powerful printmaking technique, whose best known local practitioners were Eric Ravilious and Eric Gill. The course will cover history, tools, image making and printing.

Graham Dunnng

Deconstruct Yourself

Deconstruct Yourself: A Deconstructed Rave on Friday 1 December at The De La Warr Pavilion, where Graham Dunning and three other artists – Joanne Armitage, Tom Richards and Leslie Deere – will take over the building to present an evening of live music and visual performance.

Union of the Senses

Synesthesia: Union of the Senses

Synesthesia: Union of the Senses is an explorative investigation into the unique world inhabited by synesthetes. This exhibition focuses on the possibility of synesthesia being more than just a neurological condition. Zoom Arts group writes about a new exhibition coming up at their Warrior Square Station Gallery.

The Frederick Road site, where GemSelect wants a high-density development with 800 dwellings.

Action group mobilises to oppose Gemselect’s high-density housing plans for the Ore Valley

Ore Valley Action is mobilising support to oppose plans for a high-density housing project off Frederick Road in the Ore Valley. A meeting will be held on 2 December to inform the local public what the plans entail. Nick Terdre reports.

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