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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.

From Before Babel by Cheryl White

Hastings Premieres at Stade Hall

Next Friday, 27 February, Stade Hall is the venue for an exciting night of entertainment to appeal to all of the senses. The evening will consist of short film screenings, music from Vallelectro and their ukuleles, tasty snacks from Sweet Umami and new work by artists, Tom Banks and Toby Stevens. This free event is a collaboration to celebrate and promote the work of some of Hastings’ most remarkable artistic community.

On his own - King Size Slim (right) has Slim Monday all to himself.

Fat Tuesday 2015 Programme

Lucky Friday

The See Show banner, designed by Ben Wood.

The See Show 2014

For B.A.(Hons) Art and Design graduates, their end of degree show went out with a creative bang. As a quick reminder, Graphic Design and Illustration were located at the Stade Hall and Fine Art and Contemporary Craft at the Print Works. HOT’s Jessica Parker reports.

Knitting with video tape

Knit your own fish and chip shop

As youngsters, we were told that making fishing nets was easy: all fishermen do is sew a few holes together! Well, now you can bring your own holes, create your own nets and much, much more at a series of wonderful workshops on offer at Stade Hall throughout May and June. 

Gary Connor Wild Sea

Winter photography on the Stade

The Stade Photography Competition 2013, Stade Winter, was a difficult one. Because there wasn’t a lot of winter after the competition was launched. So HOT reporter Lauris Morgan-Griffiths

© Danny Mooney

4 on the Shore

‘Unexpected Pleasures’ is the title of the first exhibition by new Hastings-based arts group ‘4 on the Shore’. This group of four established local artists – C June Barnes, Danny Mooney, Alison Purdy and Donna Fleming Hall – were brought together by their desire to bring accessible artwork and design to the people of Hastings and beyond. HOT’s Erica Smith caught up with Danny Mooney (self-portrait pictured above) to ask him about his work, the group, and their show.

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