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Sparkly Bird by Kat Lee-Ryan performed as part of Hastings Fringe 2016. Photo Miranda Gavin

Come to The Stables on Sunday 4 June from 11am-1pm for the last call out for the rapidly-growing Hastings Fringe Festival

The Fringe is accepting a range of quality original material and this is your last chance to tell us about your act and talk through your ideas, writes

The return of Trainspotting – Steve Griffiths gives it a big thumbs up

Last chance to see T2

Writer Steve Griffiths urges us to get up and sit our backsides down at Kino-Teatr.

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Amber’s Speed Sisters raises funds for Palestine Solidarity Campaign

Hastings Palestine Solidarity Campaign(HPSC) is delighted to bring the film Speed Sisters to Hastings.  It is a free event at the White Rock Hotel at 7pm on Wednesday 30 November. Gill Knight of HPSC tells us why they wanted to screen this surprising film.

Posted 16:01 Tuesday, Nov 15, 2016 In: Film Tags: , , ,
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It’s not broken and it’s not a biscuit

HOT’s John Knowles takes a moment out from producing his own events to highlight an up and coming event he introduced to Hastings.

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Hastings Fringe announces participating venues

The second Hastings Fringe Festival 2016 will take place from Tuesday 30 August until Sunday 4 September inclusive at a number of venues throughout Hastings and St Leonards.

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World Autism Awareness Week at the O.B.

The 2nd to the 8th of April is World Autism Awareness Week and to celebrate the uniqueness that is Autism, The O.B. Theatre is bringing  you two moments of wonder, a selection of Robin Elliott-Knowles’s drawings from his project ‘Uslip V Duck Team’ (a rogues gallery of villains) and, as selected by Robin, ‘Mary and Max’

Posted 07:37 Wednesday, Mar 23, 2016 In: Film Tags: , , , , , ,
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Irish Cinema Week

This week is Irish Cinema Week at Kino-Teatr and crime drama will play a large part in the season. Anyone trapped indoors all winter watching Nordic Noir on BBC4 should enjoy venturing out to catch some of their Irish – ‘Noirish’ if you will – counterparts on the big screen. Also in for a treat will be aficionados of that kind of music John Peel used to play – a.k.a. proper music – with an Irish twist. Added to that, the five-day season presents a couple of free screenings and ends with a couple of bona fide classics. Simon Charterton takes a look.

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Journey beyond the moon with Professor Elemental

There are some men who quite simply defy rules and define an age and Professor Elemental is that man… or men… man… Anyway, it’s him. Who else owns a pair of fighting trousers, a butler called Geoffrey who’s an Orang-outang and loves tea like most men love women. Who else can rightly wear the mantle, ‘The King of Steampunk Hip-Hop’? None other than, the one and only Professor Elemental.

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