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The Rockitmen performing at a beach concert in 2015.

Founder member kicks off Zoom’s 2017 season

Zoom Arts kicks off its 2017 season at the St Leonards Warrior Square station gallery with a photographic show by founder member, Robert Maxted. Nick Terdre reports. Photos by Robert Maxted.

Posted 09:12 Monday, Mar 13, 2017 In: Photography Tags: , , , , , ,
Danny Fishbone's Dainty Dinners

Danny Fishbone’s dainty dinners

Puppet chef extraordinaire, Danny Fishbone, part of the Idolrich Theatre Company, gave a delicious performance last weekend – and is preparing himself, as all good chefs do, for another tantalising demonstration of his and his audience’s favourite dishes at the Stade on Sunday. Zelly Restorick asks artistic director Julia McLean about Danny’s forthcoming  appearance.

Posted 11:18 Tuesday, Oct 25, 2016 In: Performance Tags: , , , ,
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Car-Toon capers!

The Really BIG Cartoon Day is approaching – for those who don’t have it in their diaries yet it’s the day after the bonfire, Sunday 16 October. HOT’s Erica Smith is one of the organisers, and here she tells you what is going to happen, as well as why she got involved.

Christian Macadam.

Zoom Arts marks 10th anniversary with Stade Hall exhibition

Zoom Arts, which prides itself on being “non-selective and open to everyone to exhibit their artwork, promoting themselves within the community and gaining confidence and critique,” is celebrating its 10th anniversary with TEN, a major exhibition of members’ work,  at Stade Hall starting on Saturday 30 April. Secretary Kim Hall describes what lies in store.

Photo: Steve Kilmartin.

Street life through the lens

Contrasting views of street life in London and India is the theme of the new Zoom Arts photography exhibition which opens shortly at its St Leonards Warrior Square station gallery. Nick Terdre reports.

Mayor Cllr Bruce Dowling opens the exhibition with a representative of Hastings Lifeboat on his left and members of Zoom Arts (photo: Robert Maxted).

Zoom Arts exhibition opens at Warrior Square station gallery with mayoral blessing

Zoom Arts is holding an exhibition this week at its gallery in St Leonards Warrior Square station. The beneficiary is the Hastings RNLI lifeboat station. Nick Terdre reports.

The Bunker - out of place in the Country Park.

‘Bunker’ appeal listed but postponed

The so-called Bunker dominating the Country Park at Rocklands, is still standing. Will it survive or will it have to be demolished? Last March, Hastings Borough Council rejected retrospective planning application HS/FA/14/01036. Now the matter is going to appeal, to be heard by a planning inspector appointed by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government. Bernard McGinley reports.

Oliver Cherer and Riz Maslen performing at the Sonic Sunday secret venue (photo: Erica Smith).

Fat Tuesday: last two days

Following a busy weekend schedule in which the sun shone on the Umbrella Parade, many enjoyed the Preservation Sunday music and beer festival at St Mary in the Castle, not to mention the Off Axis sets played by up-and-coming bands at the Carlisle, while yet others enjoyed the way-out sounds and performances of Sonic Sunday in St Leonards, culminating in something really different at a secret location skilfully disguised beneath a garage, Fat Tuesday moves into its final two days. Here be the word from the website.

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