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Nerds unite and get your dice on

John Knowles comes out of the nerd closet to shake his dice and flip some cards.

Photo Miranda Gavin

Hastings Fringe supports two local charities with special evening performances

Hastings Fringe Festival announces two fundraising evenings of performance to raise awareness of The Sara Lee Trust (Thursday 14 September at The Albion), and The Penny Beale Memorial Fund (Sunday 24 September at The Beacon) as part of its events taking place throughout September. Miranda Gavin writes.

The RH Experience

The RH Experience

“We’re a comedy group, bringing our show ‘Scribble’ to the Hastings Fringe. It’s an improvised sketch show, with lots of on-the-spot jokes, songs and characters, all inspired by the audience, so it’s different every time. It’s set against a backdrop that’s illustrated live by Ed Stockham, who draws for the Beano.” Judy Parkinson spoke to Conor Jatter, one quarter of the RH Experience

Dorey The Wise

Dorey the Wise go Off Axis in Hastings

The Off Axis Network works by connecting like-minded musicians from across the UK, enabling them to ‘trade’ their audiences with one another, so they can play more shows, in more places, to more people. The idea of the network is to substantially increase the circulation of artists around the country and offer them the opportunity to build national fan bases. Barry Ashley writes about last week’s Dorey the Wise gig with the Rupees at the Albion.

Bless, one of the bands appearing at the find raising gig

Strummerville-On-Sea

Strummerville-On-Sea is a fundraising event organised by the Joe Strummer Foundation in their new seaside home of Hastings, supporting young local musicians with their artistic ambitions. Jamie from The Joe Strummer Foundation writes.

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Dance at the Albion!

On Wednesday 3 February, the Albion is going back in time to showcase music and dance from the 1920s, 30s and 40s. HOT reporter Zoya Mathison laces up her dance shoes to find out more.

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