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Hexagonal play the Kino-Teatr

Featuring internationally recognised musicians, Hastings-based jazz band Hexagonal get around, but on Friday 7 December they are back in town to play a gig at the Kino-Teatr in St Leonards. Julian Norridge reports.

Drawing Life

Drawing Life exhibition

An exhibition of selected works by people living with dementia is at the Kino Teatr, Norman Road, St Leonards at 4 – 8 pm on Friday 30 November, and from 11am – 5pm on Saturday 1 December. The organisers would love to see you there. 

Posted 14:07 Tuesday, Nov 27, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: ,
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Lek and the Dogs: ‘They said he had a disrupted mind’

Andrew Kotting’s film Lek and the Dogs,

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‘Trouble in Tahiti’ returns to Hastings

Back in Hastings by popular demand! Following a successful three night run at the Kino Teatr in St Leonards in Autumn 2017, Stage Left Project have been asked to take their production of Bernstein’s ‘Trouble in Tahiti’ to the prestigious Bernstein in Chichester Festival in September 2018. The company will be reprising the production in Hastings before taking it to the home of the Chichester Psalms, written by Bernstein on a trip to the city in 1965.

Photo by Lucy Brennan Shiel 16 june 2017 at St Leonards

Bloomsday 1066

Hastings is getting ready to celebrate Bloomsday in one of the most appropriate places possible for an important modernist text:  Hastings Library or the Brassey Institute at Claremont in the town centre. Lucy Brennan writes.

David Bramwell talking about ‘Damanhur’ - his life with the Alpine time-travellers.

Bavard Bar celebrates first birthday!

Congratulations to Tim Crook and all those involved in The Bavard Bar initiative, an evening of interesting and enjoyable talks – some planned, some improvised – music and engaging entertainment for both the participants and the observers. HOT’s Zelly Restorick asks Tim Crook, aka Tim B’avard, the man at the heart of this event, about celebrating one year of Bavard Bar evenings.

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It’s A Woman’s World

To celebrate International Women’s Day, Kino-Teatr are including in their series of Sunday Coffee Concerts, a performance of women’s music and songs from 1890 to 1930, as Adrienne Hunter explains.

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The Bavard Bar talks

“Come and listen and be inspired. Come and speak and be inspiring.” Earlier this week, HOT’s Zelly Restorick crossed paths with Tim Crook, the man who created the Bavard Bar talks at Kino-Teatr and, fascinated by the project, his initiative and creative motivation, she asked him some questions about how it all came into being. Read on to discover how to join the ranks of the speakers – and be one of the listeners.

Posted 19:40 Wednesday, Jan 10, 2018 In: Performance Tags: , , , , ,
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