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Local professionals encourage young people to get creative.

Culture Shift, a key partner in the “Get Hastings Reading” campaign, has launched a series of short films featuring 5 local creative professionals,  to encourage young people to take up the art of creative writing reports, HOT’s

Posted 11:52 Wednesday, Oct 14, 2020 In: Community Arts Tags: Andy Willard Cartooning Chrissy Hamar-Brown Creative Writing Culture Shift Ed Boxall Get Hastings Reading Graphic Novels illustration John Knowles. Script writing Siddy Bennet young people Youtube
Vocal Explosion

Culture to feed the Covid-19 soul

In these challenging times, we need other things besides food to nurture us. And at this time it is an opportunity to exercise not only our bodies but our minds and do those things that we have always wanted to do – and found excuses not to do  or simply never done or achieved.  Lauris Morgan-Griffiths wondered what there was out there to be enjoyed online, locally and nationally, from your home.

Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver

A book for Christmas? (plus literary events from 10 Dec 2019)

Go on! Get a glass of wine and put your feet up. Thriller or quiz or something to read to the kids? Whether you ‘re looking for a challenge, some comfort or a complete escape, Angela J. Phillip offers some suggestions.

Posted 09:00 Tuesday, Dec 10, 2019 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: Angela J. Phillip Barbara Kingsolver Ed Boxall Elizabeth Strout Francis Booth Me and my alien friend Mick Herron My name is Lucy Barton Quiz book Slow Horses Unsheltered
Gangster School

East Sussex youngsters to get chance to design for children’s books

Some lucky Hastings and St Leonards youngsters will get the chance to see their creative work in print reports Angela J. Phillip. This will be in a popular children’s book series, thanks to author Kate Wiseman.

Posted 14:36 Friday, Aug 9, 2019 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: Angela J. Phillip Chidlren's Books Ed Boxall Hastings library Hastings Literary Festival Hastings LitFest 2019 Kate Wiseman

A book, a town, 53 events, multiple perspectives

The #ATownExploresABook festival is in its third year and this year Robinson Crusoe is the book that has been selected for exploration. HOT writer Erica Smith – one of the many contributors to the festival – gives her take on Crusoe in St Leonards.

What’s new at Hastings Museum & Art Gallery

Local views are at the heart of two new exhibitions at Hastings Museum & Art Gallery. The works of Vincent Lines and Evacustes A Phipson show Hastings as it was in earlier times.

Posted 06:25 Tuesday, Mar 20, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: Anna King Central School of Arts & Crafts Ed Boxall Evacustes A Phipson Hastings Museum and Art Gallery Hastings School of Art Kim Forward Michael McLeod New English Art Club Royal College of Art Royal Watercolour Society Vincent Lines Vincent Lines Prize William Ruskin Butterfield
West Street Dog

Illuminating West Street: A Winter Salon

Following a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), the West Street Community Group will be supporting a year-long project researching, sharing and celebrating the history of West Street in Hastings Old Town. Xaverine Bates found out more.

Posted 09:29 Tuesday, Nov 21, 2017 In: Community Arts Tags: Anthony Roberts Ed Boxall Jamie Cunliffe Peter Quinnell Radiator Arts Transition Town Hastings West Street

Hastings Folk Fest is coming

The third Hastings Folk Fest 2016 is only a week away, starting the day after Jack In The Green, and running from Tuesday 3 to Sunday 8 May. As in previous years, most events are free and take place in the pubs and cafés around the Old Town. 

Posted 07:01 Monday, Apr 25, 2016 In: Music & Sound Tags: Andy Twyman David Thoams Ed Boxall Electric Palace cinema Hastings Folk It Garry Blakeley Band Gigspanner Hannah Martin Hastings Folk Fest Jim Board Los Twangeros Oudilin Paul Dengate Phillip Henry Pocketsize Rattelbag Show of Hands Stone Junction Sussex English Folk Orchestra The ambiguity The Le Skiv Family Band The Orange Circus Band The Travelling Talesman This Train Titus Tune Raiders Wildflowers Yardarm English Folk Orchestras
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