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Hastings council to vote on ditching investments in oil, gas and coal

Local residents will be joined by campaigners from further afield in East Sussex on Wednesday 13 April, for Hastings Borough Council’s historic vote on divestment from fossil fuels (coal, oil and gas). Locally, the Labour Party is in favour of divestment, but the test will be how many Tories choose to support the motion.

Posted 05:44 Wednesday, Apr 13, 2016 In: Campaigns Tags: Andrew Durling Divest From Fossil Fuels Eastbourne Friends of the Earth Laetitia Yhap

Harmony at Christmas

It has been a great year for musician, Debbie Warren, culminating in a brilliant performance of Benjamin Britten and John Rutter Carols at Christmas and her appointment as Soundwaves Community Choir’s first resident Music Director. HOT’s Chris Cormack looks at Debbie’s achievements in 2015 and carol concerts this Christmas. If you’ve  missed the concerts in the last few weeks you can still get in the mood for Christmas this Saturday at St Mary in the Castle with the Hastings Philharmonic Choir.

Posted 15:43 Wednesday, Dec 16, 2015 In: Music & Sound Tags: Andrea Needham Annike Jasse barefoot opera Cheryl Fryer Chris Green debbie warren Deirdre Goodger Esme Needham Fiona Rankine-Wright fipple consort Hastings Furniture Service Hastings International Composers' Festival Hastings Philharmonic Choir Heather Spence Jenny Miller Julie Gidlow Laetitia Yhap Lindsey Oakham Natalie Broomfield-Hill Sue Kidd Tessa Stambrook Vicky Lester

All Hands, by Laetitia Yhap: a time before steel boats, tractors and mobiles 1974–95

HOT’s Erica Smith sings the praises of an exhibition where the tables are turned, and men at work are the subject of the female gaze.

A frenzy of fish, food, wine and song

Saturday 20 June marks the start of nine days of fish, food and drink-related festivities. Erica Smith tries to work out where the fishy festival ends and the food and wine festival begins.

Posted 09:40 Wednesday, Jun 17, 2015 In: One Long Party Tags: 1066 Wine and Food Festival Andy Neate Bay Spice Coco and The Butterfields fish Harmony One Hastings Hastings Sinfonia Jiggery Pokery Laetitia Yhap Liane Carroll Marie White Midsummer Fish Festival Nana Tsiboe Pier Nine Pocketsize Polo Piatti Riedel Siam 2 St Clements The Essential Wine School The Violet Jive W&SET Wine Wine and Spirit Education Trust Zachary Dogwood

A fishy tale

Laetitia Yhap is very well known among Hastings townsfolk as a chronicler in pictures of Hastings fisherfolk, but anyone who has ever sung in a choir here is likely to know her for her predilection to sing. Her latest project to sing with the Herring Girls choir in a drama with music called Get Up And Tie Your Fingers is another way to chronicle the lives of fisherfolk and has caused her to reflect on the part sea fishing has played in her life.

Posted 19:31 Monday, Jul 21, 2014 In: Performance Tags: Get Up and Tie Your Fingers Laetitia Yhap

New at the Electric Palace

In the run-up to Christmas, the Electric Palace cinema is embarking on some interesting new initiatives, which encourage more audience participation and showcase some important creative people who come from Hastings. HOT’s Chris Cormack looks into this and explains further.

Posted 14:31 Thursday, Dec 12, 2013 In: Film Tags: Chris Cormack Electric Palace fancy dress film and book club Laetitia Yhap Mark French roland jarvis Trevor Watts
South Downlands, 1990 © Jeffrey Camp, courtesy Art Space Gallery, London

Jeffrey Camp on the Way to Beachy Head

The Jerwood is not only celebrating an artist in his 90th year with an artistic career spanning seven decades, they are also exhibiting Jeffrey Camp, a local artist who has been inspired by East Sussex’s renowned Beachy Head. HOT reporter,

Posted 11:55 Tuesday, Aug 6, 2013 In: Visual Arts Tags: Beachy Head Bill Brandt Jeffery Camp Jerwood Gallery Laetitia Yhap Marc Chagal

Hastings Old Town – centre of creativity

When we told friends in France that we were moving to Hastings, there were mixed reactions.  The usual one was “Why Hastings?” asked with an air of perplexity.  That was easily dealt with – it had happened entirely by chance.  But one friend followed it up with – “but there won’t be any cultural life there”.  I know what she meant: there’s no theatre to speak of and precious little in the way of classical music, writes Antony Mair.

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