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Worship in Heaven by Carole

Celebrate Easter with music and art at the Stade!

Now in its third year, the Hastings Easter Festival is a vibrant music and arts festival to celebrate Easter on the Stade Open Space and Hall. HOT’s Vanessa Alves the delights that await.

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Wild Hastings photography exhibition at the station

Wild Hastings features the work of PhotoHastings members Rose Biela, Ian Grant, Marybeth Haas and Andrew Moran and is part of the 2018 PH season of events. Marybeth Haas shares her vision for curating this free and accessible exhibition at Hastings Rail Station on now until 31 January 2019.

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Exploring new worlds: compromised perceptions

Erica Smith talks to artist Annie Rae and photographer John Cole as they get ready for their latest show at Hastings Arts Forum.

Third Call Out Hastings Fringe 2017. Photo Steve Scott

Third Call Out: Get on Board for Hastings Fringe 2017 at The Stables Theatre and Arts Centre

Do you want to take part in the newest, boldest performing arts festival in Hastings? 

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The Hive: A Circle of Sisters

The Hive is a new, rapidly growing group for self-identified women in Hastings. Founded by Sarah Bullock, a veritable powerhouse of embodied creative energy, it meets weekly on Tuesday evenings at St Mary in the Castle. HOT’s Xaverine M A Bates tells us more.

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Second Call Out: Get on Board for Hastings Fringe 2017

Do you want to take part in the newest, boldest performing arts festival in Hastings? 

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#JaneEyreProject – a town celebrates a book

St Leonards is gearing up to fête one of our great nineteenth century novels in a unique fashion, capitalising on the wealth of artistic talent and creative skills in the area. Gail Borrow of ExploreTheArch theatre company is the catalyst who has inspired a whole community to celebrate a novel written 170 years ago.

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Tom Bartlett: Hard Brexit at blackShed gallery

Banned by some, censored by others, no subject is beyond reproach as far as Tom Bartlett’s concerned. He plays with our sensibilities with a challenging and exciting collection of collage and assemblages that go on show at the blackShed gallery near Robertsbridge.

Posted 12:45 Wednesday, Jan 25, 2017 In: Arts News Tags: , , , , , ,
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