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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.

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

Posted 15:29 Wednesday, May 31, 2017 In: Performance Tags: Cabaret Comedy community dance Film Hastings Miranda Gavin music performing art poetry spoken word St Leonards theatre visual art

Third Call Out: Get on Board for Hastings Fringe 2017 at The Stables Theatre and Arts Centre

Do you want to take part in the newest, boldest performing arts festival in Hastings? 

Second Call Out: Get on Board for Hastings Fringe 2017

Do you want to take part in the newest, boldest performing arts festival in Hastings? 

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.

Pre-Edinburgh Festivals shows at OB Theatre

In July, OB Theatre will be holding three weekends of theatre, comedy and cabaret from some of the UK’s top acts. John Knowles reports.

Posted 17:31 Friday, Jun 24, 2016 In: Comedy Tags: Comedy drama Grace Petrie Hong Kong Standard It's A Kind Of Magic Josie Long OB Theatre Six Sided Man The Dice Man theatre

The Bula Loop

The Bula Loop is a poignant and darkly comic piece following a day in the life of a family living with autism. Written and developed by Tom Page and directed by Tim Marriott (Gavin Featherly in the 1990s BBC One sitcom The Brittas Empire). John Knowles writes.

Posted 16:56 Sunday, Apr 24, 2016 In: Performance Tags: Autism Comedy Grace Any Collett John Knowles. The Bula Loop theatre Tim Marriott Tim Page

Comedy at Kino-Teatr

Having re-opened the old St Leonards Curzon as a cinema, theatre, restaurant and music venue, Kino-Teatr is now turning its hand to comedy. And quizzes! Simon Charterton shares the joke…

Posted 17:30 Monday, Feb 15, 2016 In: Performance Tags: Comedy Dan Antopolski David Quantick Earl Okin Kino-Teatr
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