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The rain that falls tomorrow

The rain that falls today

Words by local resident, thinker and dedicated worker in the field of autism, Kay Early, who adds: “A double meaning quote I made up whilst watching the rain and feeling a bit flat, but also in awe of our world.”

Posted 07:24 Wednesday, Jan 17, 2018 In: Arts News Tags:
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What future for the White Rock Theatre?

What is to become of that iconic Hastings landmark, the White Rock Theatre, when its subsidised contract runs out in just over a year’s time? The council proposes to continue with the subsidy arrangement, while another ambitious future is put forward in the White Rock Area Masterplan. Both these solutions are unsatisfactory, according to Bea Rogers, who has other suggestions to make.

Stade Saturdays

Stade Saturdays confirmed for 7th year

Hastings Borough Council has confirmed that it plans to continue the Stade Saturdays programme of free music and performance in 2018, for a seventh successive year. The weekly events on the Stade Open Space run from June to October and are a valued part of the town’s cultural calendar.

Posted 14:13 Wednesday, Dec 20, 2017 In: Arts News Tags:
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Hastings Fringe Festival 2018 registration opens

Hastings Fringe 2018 is now accepting entries from artists and performers be part of the most colourful and exciting arts festival in the area. Steve Scott writes.

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Creative Christmas at Hastings Arts Forum

Posted 19:59 Wednesday, Nov 29, 2017 In: Arts News
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.

Posted 16:46 Wednesday, Nov 22, 2017 In: Arts News Tags: , , ,
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.

Faust: G Swayne

Hell Of A Time

Geraldine Swayne’s work is powerfully suggestive and mysterious. Like film stills, people appear on the verge of action, isolated in an atmosphere that is often tense and emotionally heightened, but the wider narrative is obscured. Scenes are often awkward, haunting, sexy, bizarre, or amusing – maybe all at once. Alex Drawbridge writes.

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