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Are you ready to talk about death?

We’re very lucky to have the UK’s first Coffin Club here in Hastings. You can meet its founders at a special Dying Matters week Q&A and screening of new film about empowerment in death, Dead Good, on Saturday 18 May, says Annie Waite

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The Common Treasury could be your source of inspiration!

Feeling overwhelmed, paralysed, fearful about the future and looking for a way to take action? The Common Treasury of Adaptable Ideas could be your source of inspiration. Nick Terdre reports.

Fiction Romance, with Patrick Kealey.

John Knowles’ busy year!

HOT reporter Bevali Francis gets a run-down of the many upcoming plays, projects and plans of our very own John Knowles. Photos by Peter Mould except where stated.

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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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Making death a part of life

Kate Dyer and Kate Tym, two local celebrants, are delighted to launch the UK’s very first Coffin Club in Hastings. Erica Smith finds out why they are so happy to talk about death.

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Time Please

‘Time Please’ returns to The St Leonards pub on 12 and 13 June, following five days at the Brighton Fringe Festival. It’s Not Us theatre’s last outing in The St Leonards not only brought the house down, but, also the police turning up on mass after reports of a ‘woman in danger’. Whilst rehearsing the play, the company were confused to find a road full of police cars and police officers in stab vests beating on the door. Obviously the play is too real and it is one of the few plays which has to inform the local police that they are performing!

Posted 06:02 Tuesday, Jun 6, 2017 In: Performance Tags: , , , ,
Gary, Kate Tym and John Knowles in Time Please. Photo Peter Mould

The St Leonards Pub hosts ‘lock-in like no other’!

A brand new dark comedy brings a ‘lock-in like no other’ to the St Leonards Pub for one night only. Time Please, which launched to rave reviews in March, sees feisty publican, Cath (Kate Tym) and her stoically optimistic husband, Steve (John Knowles) struggling to make ends meet in their run down pub. Closing time takes a sinister turn when Keith (Garry Fox), one of their regulars, emerges – off his head and with a planet-sized chip on his shoulder. Chock full of wild conspiracy theories, Keith wants his story heard and Cath and Steve find themselves caught up in his crack-pot plan…and it’s not going to end well.

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The Penny Pincher’s Christmas

With Christmas coming and the usual plethora of c-list celeb pantos on offer, two local actors decide to break the mould, John Knowles explains why.

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