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Ganges scenery scene from Hotel Salvation

Need an unusual option for Mother’s Day?

“We love a good funeral!” say Kate Dyer and Kate Tym of Coffin Club, who will be attending screenings of Hotel Salvation at the Electric Palace cinema next week, including on Mothering Sunday, to broach the tricky topic of death, says Annie Waite.

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Resolutions

Part of Coastal Currents Arts Festival, Resolutions is an arts & well-being project exploring how young people manage conflict. The Craftimation Factory, an award-winning Hastings based arts charity, will host a showcase event featuring the work of young people from Hastings & St Leonards at The Electric Palace, Hastings 20 September from 5-7pm. Janey Moffatt

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Comedian of the Year in Hastings this Saturday!

Come chuckle at live comedy from the newly crowned winner of the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year award this Saturday at the Electric Palace, says Annie Waite.  Plus, catch local comedian, the “friendly absurdist,” Anthony Benelux.

Mary Chapin Carpenter (Picture Credit Aaron Farrington)

Preview corner: What’s HOT in February

There’s always loads of things going on in Hastings and the surrounding area. And just because it’s cold and foggy, it doesn’t mean that you can’t get out and enjoy it. Every month we do a round-up of some of the things coming up that have caught our eye, and every month we ask Toby Sargent, our man with the V Reg Maestro, built-in cassette player and the string-backed driving gloves, to write it.

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Toby Belch Is Unwell

First Heard presents Toby Belch is Unwell, a darkly comic monologue from John Knowles featuring Sidney Kean and lots of alcohol, as John explains.

United Folk Orchestra in Tenterden

Hastings Folk Fest is coming

The third Hastings Folk Fest 2016 is only a week away, starting the day after Jack In The Green, and running from Tuesday 3 to Sunday 8 May. As in previous years, most events are free and take place in the pubs and cafés around the Old Town. 

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Caught on camera

Step inside the Electric Palace cinema for a projection of handmade 8mm cine films by local filmmaker Ben Barton. These short, nostalgic films reveal a world of Hollywood glamour, fairytales, undead brides, dancing insects and lost home movies from the British seaside, writes

Seckou Keita picture Andy Morgan

Dance, film and music at AfriKàBa festival

Hastings is host to a series of events celebrating African and Caribbean heritage, arts and culture through dance, film and music. The AfriKàBa festival commences on 3 October in conjunction with Black History Month. Zoya Mathison reports.

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