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Steeleye Span celebrate 50 years of pioneering folk rock with Hastings gig

Pioneering folk rock group Steeleye Span are celebrating 50 years with an anniversary tour. Ahead of their gig at St Mary in the Castle on 21 November, Darren Johnson talks to founder member Maddy Prior.

As Council prepares to sign contract, what’s best for the Bathing Pool site?

The future of the Bathing Pool site is in possible peril, but it’s all (mostly) a secret until the lease is signed — some time soon. How high will this development go? Bernard McGinley takes a look around Seaside Road and a much-loved open space.

A Billion Ways climate change musical to open at Kino-Teatr

A brand new musical on climate change starts a three-day run at the Kino-Teatr on 14 November, featuring an impressive cast of local talent. Katy Weitz explains how A Billion Ways was created. Photos by Peter Mould.

Pursuing The Change of Winter III

 A poem by Ben Fairlight Edwards

Join the Ore Valley greenway walk this Sunday!

Come and join Hastings Greenway Group’s last walk of the year this coming Sunday, and see the protected open space which the council plans to transfer to community hands, through which part of the greenway network is set to pass. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 20:10 Tuesday, Nov 5, 2019 In: Campaigns Tags: , , , , ,

9 tips for writing dialogue (plus literary events from 5 Nov 2019)

There are no rules and a hundred ways to do anything. Having said that, there are certainly writing tips from which we can all benefit. Angela J. Phillip goes in search of current advice and gives some examples.

Britten and Mozart usher in Hastings Philharmonic’s new season at Christ Church

Christ Church, St Leonards-on-Sea, Saturday 2 November 2019: Hastings Philharmonic offered Mozart’s Vespers and Britten’s St Nicolas cantata as the principal works in the opening concert of their new season. HOT’s music correspondent Brian Hick  was in attendance. Photos by Peter Mould.

Posted 17:38 Sunday, Nov 3, 2019 In: Music & Sound

Brexit Party candidacy looms in post Rudd Hastings

So there’ll be no Amber Rudd anywhere in the forthcoming general election, but whoever takes her place looks likely to be facing a Brexit Party opponent. The Labour and Lib Dem candidates have clashed over the Labour council’s regeneration policies. And – guess what? – Ukip is still lurking in the shadows. Nick Terdre provides an election update.

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