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Playland

Playland

Playland is a project which was seen in five South East / South coast venues, including Electro Studios Project Space. Two of the public engagement projects were led by Hastings based artists: Sharon Haward & Nicole Zaaroura. Photos were taken by Nigel Green who lives in the borough & teaches at SCCH. 

Charlotte Beament

Hastings Early Music Festival

Hastings Early Music Festival, running from 24 – 26 November 2017,  is an exciting new event bringing an enticing selection of concerts by internationally acclaimed musicians.The festival launches at Hastings newest concert hall, Opus Theatre. Jane Gordon writes.

Timberlina

Timberlina: a lifetime of eco-anxiety

Performer, Timberlina, writes about life-long eco fears and performs  FFS!!, a glittering show of spectacularly bearded alt-drag proportions about reaching peak-worry and overcoming eco-anxiety. It’s a Women’s Institute meets late night psychedelic toke of folk wisdom, blues and rock ‘n’ roll.

Andy White

Andy White: politics again… you know why

Belfast singer-songwriter Andy White is writing songs about politics again. You know why.

Steeleye Span

Steeleye Span return!

In years gone by, Steeleye Span were based in Hastings. Now they rehearse here and drummer Liam Genockey still lives here, as does their new bass player, Roger Carey. And they’re back on tour, including their old home town, playing at St Mary in the Castle on 14 December 2017.

Left in the cold

The importance of insulation

Local architect and insulation specialist, Ken Davis, introduces us to the importance of good insulation when embarking on refurbishment, renovation and building projects – and when considering energy efficiency and saving money on heating bills. This is the first in a series of articles about the necessity for good insulation.

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elemental background 2018

elemental: winter

elemental:winter returns in the New Year 2018: a 6 week course for women exploring the elements through meditation, dance, talks, walks, art making, writing, assembling, sharing and imagining, led by artists, Clare Whistler & Xaverine MA Bates. If you’re feeling the need to reconnect with the natural world, this could be just the thing for you, inspired by the work of Joanna Macy, Mary Reynolds Thompson and the tenets of eco-feminism. Zelly Restorick asks Xaverine some questions about the elemental series.

My Label My Life

My Label, My Life

Come and meet author, Dr Bruce Venter, who will be sharing his story about life with paranoid schizophrenia and signing copies of his book, My Label, My Life: Mental Illness: How I escaped the straightjacket of serious mental illness on Tuesday 5 December at 6pm at Printed Matter Bookshop, 185 Queens Road, Hastings, TN34 1RG. Lee Humphries writes.

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