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Professionally Made : Professionally Paid

Equity – the union for performers and theatre workers – has launched a new year-long campaign highlighting the problem of low or zero pay for artists and theatre practitioners in the UK, writes HOT’s John Knowles, a local Equity member.

Posted 14:15 Wednesday, Feb 4, 2015 In: Community Arts Tags: , , , , ,
Mystery guest procured by Christine Nash

Many of you will have met Talullah, the twelve-foot-high mermaid who cheerfully makes an annual appearance at Jack in the Green. Now her creators, Radiator Arts, have come indoors – the weather’s getting cold – and will be hosting a totally unique event in the Stade Hall. HOT reporter and Radiator Arts member, Cathy Simpson, hops onto a snow plough and reveals more.

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Craftivists – the folk who combine craft with activism

Posted 13:55 Wednesday, Dec 10, 2014 In: Community Arts Tags: , , ,
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Pop-up women take over corner of museum

The Women’s Pop-Up Museum will be holding a community launch event on November 29 at 11am at Hastings Museum. Bev Jenkins reports.

Find a friendly wall near you!

Let’s Do Business – an invitation to scare the Suits!

Each year FAT Promotions take part in the Let’s Do Business

Heather Harding

Knitted Memories create works of beauty

Knit Your Memories Together is a project run by The Craftimation Factory funded by Hastings Borough Council and Unltd, that brought together people aged 50+ to create textile work using memories and reminiscence.  Sessions were led by Janey Moffat Lalöe 

Art For Gaza Blue Red Yellow

Gaza aid art sale nets over £6,000

Hastings campaigners have raised more than £6,000 to help some of the 11,000 Palestinian people injured in the recent bombardment of Gaza. 

Entering the transformed Stables.

Curtains open on new-look Stables

To walk into the new, light, open and airy contemporary space that is the foyer of the newly refurbished Stables Theatre and Arts Centre is like taking a breath of fresh air, writes Siobhan O’Hanlon. With its stylish lines and consideration for its public and thespians flowing effortlessly through the building, it is a beautiful sight with a wow factor on a par with the Jerwood Gallery.

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