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Hastings Storytelling Festival 2019

Storytelling Festival: packed programme for all

The 5 – 11 November is all about storytelling, as Hastings Storytelling Festival returns with a packed programme of storytelling across town for children, families and adults. Naomi Robinson writes.

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Journeys Dance Festival 2018

This brilliant free dance festival returns again with three diverse, outdoor dance performances in the 1066 area over the August Bank Holiday weekend. 

Posted 18:31 Thursday, Aug 16, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: ,
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18 Hours will once again be producing St Leonards Festival in 2018: ‘a fabulous family friendly day’ planned for Saturday 30 June in Warrior Square Gardens, with a main stage and a later finish time of 10.30pm.

Posted 11:01 Wednesday, Apr 18, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: , , ,
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Planning begins for 13th St Leonards Festival

Hastings Borough Council has confirmed that the 2018 St Leonards Festival will take place on Saturday 30 June, in Warrior Square and Kings Road.

Circle of Sita

The Circle of Sita

For teachers, storytellers and adults who love to learn about stories. Delivered by 18 Hours, Development Education Centre for East Sussex, in partnership with Louise Coigley, storyteller and speech and language therapist. Naomi Robnson writes.

Posted 08:55 Saturday, Nov 4, 2017 In: Performance Tags: , , , ,
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Hastings Storytelling Festival coming!

November’s just around the corner, which means Hastings Storytelling Festival’s is fast approaching. This year is the seventh festival, with a theme of India Reimagined and a plethora of exciting storytelling events for young and old alike. Naomi Robinson writes.

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Journeys Dance Festival

A glorious weekend of dance is headed our way for Bank Holiday weekend as Journeys Dance Festival returns for its fifth year. With three free family shows; one in Battle, one in Hastings and one in Bexhill, the annual festival presents fun and surprising outdoor dance performances for all. Naomi Robinson from local events management company, 18 Hours writes.

Clowns in a cardboard box

Send in the clowns

Clowns have been making headlines for all the wrong reasons recently, but Hastings Storytelling Festival redresses the balance with a riotous two-man show, Coulrophobia – aka ‘fear of clowns’ – at St Mary in the Castle. Naomi Robinson writes.

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