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The Rude Mechanical Theatre Company returns

The Rude Mechanical Theatre Company comes to The Masonic Hall in St Leonards later this month with a show called The Dressing Book, their first winter season performance, writes HOT’s Zelly Restorick.

Alan Davies Life Is Pain tour

Alan Davies, star of Jonathon Creek and amiable sidekick to Stephen Fry on QI, comes to the White Rock Theatre later this month.  HOT’s Zelly Restorick spoke to him about his return to the stand-up comedy circuit with his tour, ‘Life Is Pain’.

Painting by Christopher Winter

Andy Wall Whores’ digital Factory…

For one day only on Monday 29 October there will be a digital audio-visual ‘Happening’ at Trinity Gallery in Hastings Town Centre. The ‘Andy Wall Whores’ event intends to create something new out of the spirit and legacy of Andy Warhol as a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Andy Warhol’s classic 32 Campbell’s Soup Cans.

Posted 11:40 Wednesday, Oct 24, 2012 In: Performance Tags: , , ,
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: , ,
Pi Leau on stage(s)

Acrobatics! Dance, music, pyrotechnics! An underwater world of whales, mermaids and deadly fish! When the ice melts, sea levels rise and the world is covered in water, witness one brave fisherman’s fight to save a futuristic world threatened by the sea in a theatrical fairytale coming to Hastings on Saturday 23 June, writes hot reporter Joe Fearn.

Posted 19:15 Wednesday, Jun 20, 2012 In: Performance Tags: , , , ,
Bill Wyatt, Pauline Suett Barbieri, RJ Dent and Sarah Broome at F-ISH tales

Readings from a quartet of Waterloo Press poets on Friday 30 September will mark the swansong for the F-ISH Gallery in Robertson Street. Its sad end is the consequence of the axing by the government of the Sea Space agency under whose auspices the gallery opened three years ago.

Posted 15:42 Tuesday, Sep 27, 2011 In: Performance
Marina Tsartsara

Pieces to Fit

Pieces to Fit

Posted 17:53 Wednesday, Sep 21, 2011 In: Performance

Hastings writer and performer VAL LEE brushes up her after-show routine at Edinburgh

Posted 13:18 Wednesday, Nov 25, 2009 In: Performance Tags:
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