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Performers in the Bicycle Ballet

Busby Berkeley bicycles

On Saturday 29 September, the Bicycle Ballet is coming to town… in fact, it’s already here, training up cyclists to circle like the Red Arrows and create choreographed pyrotechnics. HOT’s Erica Smith asked one of the organisers, John Knowles, what it is all about…

Posted 20:26 Thursday, Sep 13, 2012 In: Performance Tags: , ,
By Philip Oakley

Brighten your day

Forget your normal white-walled gallery setting… HOT reporter Erica Smith rates The Admiral Benbow in St Leonards as her Coastal Currents top tip.

Anima projection

Coastal Currents overview

Hastings and St Leonards annual arts festival, Coastal Currents, started last weekend and HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths has been going through the programme.

Jayne-Parker

HOT reporter Cathy Simpson ponders SOLO, an exhibition of film, video and performance at Electro Studios Project Space, St Leonards, and part of the Coastal Currents Visual Arts Festival.  Contrary to the show’s title, this is actually a group exhibition by nine women artists:

© Ray McChrystal

The ‘Glory of the Garden’ show at the Arts Forum continues until Tuesday 11 September, and it’s a show that is well worth exploring, writes Erica Smith.

Flow by Cath Tajima Powell

Aeolian Flow

How many of you remember the West St Leonards Bathing Pool? I’ve only seen photos of it, writes Zelly Restorick, but I met someone a couple of days ago, who’d been there as a child. “It was an Olympic size swimming pool, filled with sea water,’ Janet Harding told me. ‘And there was a diving pool and in the winter, people used to roller skate around the outside of it. It was a place where people came together.”

queen_of_the_night_CROP

masterpiece The Magic Flute is being performed at St Mary in the Castle, writes HOT’s Chris Cormack.

The Chairman

Sweet or sinister? You decide!

HOT reporter Cathy Simpson reviews John Hamilton’s current exhibition at The Weekend Gallery, Hastings.

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