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Electric Palace celebrates Volunteers’ Week

The Electric Palace cinema in Hastings Old Town is hosting a special event during Volunteers Week (1-7 June) to celebrate its dedicated and passionate army of volunteers who man the doors at each screening. By working productively with volunteers, the Electric Palace is able to continue as a community interest company and keep its costs per screening at a minimum.

Posted 20:54 Wednesday, May 29, 2019 In: Film
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Cabaret

Local screening of Cabaret this Thursday

As part of a series of screenings at The Pigs Palace on White Rock, the 1972 musical Cabaret will be shown this Thursday, 23rd. All proceeds will go to Seaview. HOT’s Jordan Dixon 

Posted 20:02 Sunday, May 19, 2019 In: Film Tags: , , , , ,
Dead Good film poster image with quote"Everyone should see this" from Emma Thompson

Are you ready to talk about death?

We’re very lucky to have the UK’s first Coffin Club here in Hastings. You can meet its founders at a special Dying Matters week Q&A and screening of new film about empowerment in death, Dead Good, on Saturday 18 May, says Annie Waite

Daniel Day Lewis and Gordon Warnecke in The Beautiful Laundrette, 1985

My Beautiful Laundrette screens at The Pigs Palace

Following last month’s screening of Querelle, the Pigs Palace will be showing the 1985 comedy-drama My Beautiful Laundrette on Thursday 18 April. All proceeds will go to local charity Seaview. HOT’s Jordan Dixon writes.

Brad Davis as lead character, Georges Querelle.

Local film screenings raise funds for Seaview

In a effort to raise funds for local homeless charity Seaview, Hastings resident Stephen Brogan has organised monthly film screenings at The Pig’s Palace, White Rock. After a popular showing last month of the Quentin Crisp biopic, 

The film, A Bold Peace

A Bold Peace

Hastings Against War invites you to our screening of A Bold Peace (2016), a documentary about Costa Rica’s path to demilitarisation. In a country with no military, another way to live beckons to the world… Rona Drennen writes.

Persepolis

Young Electrics host ‘mystery’ screenings at Electric Palace

Meet the ‘Young Electrics’, a new group of 10 young people from around the Hastings area who convene at the Electric Palace cinema in Hastings Old Town to learn about film programming, explains Annie Waite.

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