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Hastings Fringe supports two local charities with special evening performances

Hastings Fringe Festival announces two fundraising evenings of performance to raise awareness of The Sara Lee Trust (Thursday 14 September at The Albion), and The Penny Beale Memorial Fund (Sunday 24 September at The Beacon) as part of its events taking place throughout September. Miranda Gavin writes.

Zo Morgan and Susannah Mayor as Audrey and Angela  in Dennis Potter's 'Blue Remembered Hills' (Pic by Peter Mould

‘Blue Remembered Hills’ at The Stables climbs new heights

Music and magical light projection are two of the elements that make ExploreTheArch shows unique.

Storytelling on steroids

The new production by ExploreTheArch began this weekend. Erica Smith took a voyage to 19th century Russia to meet Armenian born painter, Ivan Aivazovsky.

The House of the Man who Painted the Sea is the latest Explore the Arch productiion

The House of the Man who painted the Sea

ExploreTheArch’s summer show opens on Friday 4 August in St Leonards celebrating the act of painting the sea and a marine artist largely unknown in this corner of the world. Erica Smith investigates the background to this project which marks the UNESCO 200th anniversary of Armenian Ivan Aivazovsky’s birth.

Posted 19:57 Wednesday, Jul 26, 2017 In: Performance
Jenny Lloyd Jones and David Morley are 'stunning in London Suite

Neil Simon’s ‘London Suite’ at The Stables is ‘funny and compelling’

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For one night only: Toby Belch Is Unwell

Toby Belch Is Unwell

Posted 17:41 Wednesday, Jul 12, 2017 In: Performance
Alan Bennett's Talking Heads comes to The Stables in June.

Mesmerising revival of Alan Bennett’s ‘Talking Heads’ at The Stables

This is very good theatre indeed. It’s only on until 10 June, so get a ticket while you can.

Time Please

Time Please

‘Time Please’ returns to The St Leonards pub on 12 and 13 June, following five days at the Brighton Fringe Festival. It’s Not Us theatre’s last outing in The St Leonards not only brought the house down, but, also the police turning up on mass after reports of a ‘woman in danger’. Whilst rehearsing the play, the company were confused to find a road full of police cars and police officers in stab vests beating on the door. Obviously the play is too real and it is one of the few plays which has to inform the local police that they are performing!

Posted 06:02 Tuesday, Jun 6, 2017 In: Performance Tags: , , , ,
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