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Penny Beale (Jnr) in taxi.

Hastings Fringe Charity Fundraiser for The Penny Beale Memorial Fund

The Hastings Fringe Festival is holding a charity fundraising evening of performance for The Penny Beale Memorial Fund on Sunday 24 September at The Beacon in Hastings. Performances start at 7pm and include comedy, poetry, performance art, music and songs,

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Wood, ink and paper…

Are you interested in discovering what creative ink-on-wood images would emerge onto your pieces of paper?A ten week ‘Introduction To Wood Engraving’ course with ‘artist, writer and pen chewer’, Emily Johns will be held at Sussex Coast College, Station Plaza on Tuesdays, starting 19 September. Zelly Restorick writes.

Posted 15:44 Saturday, Sep 16, 2017 In: Arts News Tags: , , , , , ,
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

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Two poems by Brian Docherty

STRANGER ON THE SHORE

Posted 17:50 Friday, May 26, 2017 In: Poetry Tags: , , , , ,
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The Weed: a new play by Anne Rouse

Anne Rouse’s new play The Weed explores the circumstances behind the first ever American play, which was ordered to be performed in court to see how many laws it broke. Director John Knowles explains.

Posted 15:07 Wednesday, Feb 15, 2017 In: Performance Tags: , , , ,
Call Out for Performers third Hastings Fringe festival 2017. Photo Miranda Gavin

Call Out: Hit the stage for Hastings Fringe Festival 2017

Have you got an original act you want to perform, new writing to showcase, a story to tell, poetry to slam, or music to share? 

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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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Interview with Hastings Fringe artistic director Heather Alexander

Ahead of the second Hastings Fringe 2016, artistic director Heather Alexander talks to Miranda Gavin about setting up the performance arts festival, billed this year as “bigger and bolder”, what’s on and its plans for the future.

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