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Vocal Explosion’s mid-winter concert!

A firm fixture in the Hastings music calendar. A candlelit Celtic and World music night with carols for all, festive cheer and traditional greenery. This year’s concert features: violinist Garry Blakeley (“One of the best in the country”: Feast of Fiddles), vocalist Juliet Russell (“Brilliantly haunting”: The Stage) and The Fipple Consort recorder ensemble. Zelly Restorick writes.

The Stade Hall

Fine Arts exhibition

Brighton and University Centre Hastings fine art students will be presenting a collection of works at the Stade Hall Hastings. Debbie Tayor-Osborne writes.

"You looking at me, pal?!" The herring gull glare.

Getting to grips with gulls

Seagulls – don’t you just love ’em? Or maybe you just hate ’em? Or maybe, like HOT’s Nick Terdre, you have a love/hate relationship with them. Pulled both ways, he thought it was time to find out what seagulls are really like. 

Make Votes Matter street stall in London (photo: MVM).

Make Votes Matter’s first meeting in Hastings

Make Votes Matter, the campaigning body for proportional representation, is holding a public meeting in Hastings on Thursday 16 November with the aim of establishing a local group. Nick Terdre reports.

Life drawing at the Jerwood (photo: Judy Parkinson).

Drawing Life wants your votes!

It’s voting time for the Aviva community grants and Drawing Life has been quick out of the blocks to call for HOT readers’ votes. Nick Terdre reports.

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Blue Rumour…more than just hearsay!

HOT’s Sean O’Shea talks with the well-known and popular local musicians Paul Way-Rider and Angie Phillip (formerly of The Red Geraniums) about their most recent musical re-incarnation as a duo called Blue Rumour. Their launch gig, which will be at The Black Cat in St Leonards on Friday 8 December 2017 (9pm), is worth entering in your Christmas treats diary.

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The Hastings & Rye Constituency Labour Party (HRCLP) have appointed a new party organiser. HOT’s Sean O’Shea discusses some of the challenges facing the appointee in developing a more open, democratic and inclusive culture in the local party. He argues that the development of a party which is genuinely ‘for the many not the few’ could be the key to Labour’s future electoral success.

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Calling theatre directors!

For the attention of all those wishing to direct. An invitation to the directors’ meeting at the Stables Theatre on Monday, 4 December 2017 at 7.30pm. An opportunity to be involved with the Production Programme for 2019. Carol Hunt, co-ordinator for the Stables Theatre’s Programme Advisory Group, writes. 

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