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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.

Posted 14:57 Wednesday, Apr 6, 2016 In: Music & Sound Tags: Chris Salewicz electric palace cinema Gavin Martin Joe Strummer Joe Strummer Foundation Mescaleros Police and Thieves The Albion Tymon Dogg
Wilko Johnson

Summer down but not yet out at the Electric

Now in its third year, there is still plenty to see of the Electric Palace’s Summer Music Season as it continues throughout September, writes Annie Waite. Rain or shine, these music-themed films will charm music lovers and are once again hosted by acclaimed music journalist and comedy writer David Quantick, who also happens to be a Hastings resident.

Posted 11:01 Tuesday, Sep 1, 2015 In: Film Tags: Benvenuto Cellini David Quantick electric palace cinema Everything But The Girl Hastings Kurt Cobain Summer Music Season Terry Gilliam The Falling
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Solitude in Siberia

Agafya Lykova is a 70 year old woman who was born into isolation in the Siberian forest, where she has lived, 150km away from the nearest town, for her entire life. She did not encounter another human aside from her close family until the age of 40, and the last member of her family died 25 years ago. Since then she has lived alone. Hastings Filmmaker and owner of the Electric Palace cinema, Rebecca E Marshall, explains how you can help her bring Agafya’s story to the big screen.

Posted 14:10 Sunday, Sep 21, 2014 In: Film Tags: Agafya Lykova Akulina Lykova East Sussex electric palace cinema Electric Palace cinema Hastings Indiegogo Karp Lykov Moscow Old Believer Rebecca E Marshall Russia The Forest in Me
Folkfest art work by Cathy Simpson

Hastings Folk Festival

Put off those end of Jack in the Green blues! Following on from the May Day festivities, from 6 to 10 May, venues across Hastings Old Town will be participating in Folkfest, hosting four nights of Folk music performances. Grace Vogiatzis reports.

Posted 14:28 Friday, Apr 25, 2014 In: Performance Tags: Andy Neate Barbara Dickson Beer Fest Film Night Blakeley & Son Buick 6 Cathy Simpson Copperplate Dragon bar electric palace cinema Emma Harwood Folk Funk DJ Session Folk music Folkfest Grace Vogiatzis Hastings Hastings Folk Festival Hastings Old Town Hot Club Of Hastings Hotfoot Specials Now and then Paul Dengate Russel Field Secret Songwriters st mary in the castle Stone Junction The Curst Sons the stag inn Titus Whistle Traggo
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Weave your own story

Saturday 29 March sees a not to be missed award-winning,

Posted 02:14 Saturday, Feb 15, 2014 In: Film Tags: Annie Waite Choose Your Own Documentary Electric Palace electric palace cinema Electricpalace Film Movie Nathan Penlington Sussex cinema The New York Times

Indie Film Week 2014

The Electric Palace Cinema is putting on special screenings of independent films from across the UK from 6-9 February 2014.  Come along this February for a showcase of four independent movies from a variety of directors and UK locations, writes Annie Waite.

Posted 18:38 Sunday, Feb 2, 2014 In: Film Tags: Alfie Field Annie Waite electric palace cinema Indie Film Week

Hastings  piano  competition reaches out to community

The Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition (HIPCC), more than any previous year, is bringing the Hastings Musical Festival to the attention of ordinary Hastings  and 1066 people with a programme of attractive fringe and main events to entice us with great piano music, all thanks to support from the Kowitz Family Foundation and an Arts Council grant, writes Chris Cormack.

Posted 19:00 Saturday, Mar 9, 2013 In: Music & Sound Tags: electric palace cinema Fairlight Hall James Sherlock Jerwood Gallery Kowitz priory meadow royal philharmonic orhestra White Rock Theatre
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