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Jill Theis, saviour of the De La Warr Pavilion

Jill Theis, who died in March aged 90, will be remembered for her many contributions to public life, both when she served on Rother District Council and subsequently, but chiefly as the prime mover in saving the iconic De La Warr Pavilion. Cllr Sue Prochak, deputy leader of the council, pays tribute to her friend and fellow politician.

Posted 19:46 Wednesday, May 6, 2020 In: Obituary Tags: De La Warr Pavilion Jill Theiss Mendelsohn Sue Prochak Wetherspoon

Kinship with a Killer Whale: Matriarchs and Menopause sells out

HOT’s Zelly Restorick likes anything where a human is demonstrating the common ground we share with the natural world. Anything beyond the homocentric world we seem to inhabit. 

Posted 08:34 Tuesday, Mar 3, 2020 In: Nature Tags: De La Warr Pavilion Killer Whales Lucy Cooke Matriarchs

Time To Stand And Stare – with Runway

“Come and take part in TIME TO STAND AND STARE”: an invitation issued by RUNWAY artists Roz Cran and Sharon Haward during the recent Coastal Currents Arts Festival. This was an art walk from Hastings Pier along the coast to De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill on a beautiful sunny day in September. HOT asked Roz Cran to tell us more about the project.

Posted 15:13 Monday, Sep 23, 2019 In: Community Arts Tags: Coastal Currents Arts Festival De La Warr Pavilion Hastings Pier international women's day Roz Cran Sharon Haward women's refuge

The Mother Lode Project

You are warmly invited to celebrate the launch of a publication and podcast, produced as part of The Mother Lode Project, a creative peer support programme for mothers experiencing mental health challenges, in partnership with the De La Warr Pavilion and Recovery Partners.

Posted 08:13 Saturday, Sep 21, 2019 In: Community Arts Tags: AR Wordsmith Chenielle Jefferies De La Warr Pavilion Erica Smith Jilliene Sellner Maggie Gordon-Walker Mothers Uncovered Rebecca E Marshall The Secret Life of Mothers This That Happens Vicki Painting Xaverine Bates

XR crew and Polly Higgins voyage to DLWP Festival of the Sea

The Hastings and St Leonards Extinction Rebellion (XR) crew made another voyage with their infamous pink ‘Polly Higgins’ boat on Sunday 8 September, carrying the vessel – all the way from St Leonards to the De La Warr Pavilion for their Festival of the Sea – on foot. Lizzie May writes.

Posted 15:51 Wednesday, Sep 11, 2019 In: The HOT Planet Tags: De La Warr Pavilion Ex Extinction Rebellion Hastings and St Leonards
Nish Kumar

Nish Kumar at the De La Warr Pavilion

Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Nish Kumar is taking his brand new show – It’s in Your Nature to Destroy Yourselves – on a nationwide tour of the UK.  He will be stopping off at the De La Warr Pavilion on 31 January, writes the DLWP’s Dominika Hicks.

Posted 12:14 Monday, Jan 14, 2019 In: Comedy Tags: Comedy De La Warr Pavilion Nish Kumar

The Mother Lode Project

Mother lode: a principal vein or zone of gold or silver ore, or colloquially the real/imaginary origin of something valuable or in great abundance. The aim of this project, an initiative developed by Xaverine Bates, is to extract the gold from challenging experiences of motherhood, by giving opportunities for artists who are mothers to work with those who may be experiencing mental health difficulties as a result of motherhood. HOT’s Zelly Restorick speaks to Xaverine, herself a mother, an artist and a person with lived experience of mental distress.

Posted 17:02 Sunday, Oct 7, 2018 In: Health Matters Tags: Anna O'Neill De La Warr Pavilion Hastings i-Rock Hastings Your Way Janey Moffatt Jo Poulton Lucy Brennan Shiel Mandy Wax Patricia Thornton Sussex Recovery College The Craftimation Factory The Samaritans WHO art and design Xaverine Bates

Feast of new music at composers festival

More than 200 musicians, 70 pieces of music, composers flying in from all over the world and a Japanese dance troupe: all will feature in the Fourth International Composers Festival, which will take place in Hastings and Bexhill from 21 to 23 September. Julian Norridge provides the details.

Posted 17:04 Sunday, Sep 16, 2018 In: Music & Sound Tags: Brighton Film Quartet De La Warr Pavilion International composers festival International Festival Orchestra Julian Norridge Nobuya Monta Oliver Poole Opus Theatre Polo Piatti The Crane's Wife
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