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Hastings Early Music Festival

Hastings Early Music Festival, running from 24 – 26 November 2017,  is an exciting new event bringing an enticing selection of concerts by internationally acclaimed musicians.The festival launches at Hastings newest concert hall, Opus Theatre. Jane Gordon writes.

Posted 17:19 Wednesday, Nov 15, 2017 In: Music & Sound Tags: Hemf Baroque Ensemble Polo Piatti The Age of the Baroque Virtuoso The Opus Theatre

The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists  comes to life

A local group focussing on community-led regeneration have enlisted help from Liverpool to bring a stage version of one time local resident Robert Tressell’s book, The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, to life in one of Hastings newest performance spaces, The Opus Theatre in Cambridge Road. Community Organiser at 

Posted 15:51 Sunday, Aug 20, 2017 In: Performance Tags: Costal Productions Frank Owen His Place Community Church Jeremy Corbyn Mugsborough Polo Piatti Robert Noonan Robert Tressell Sam Kinch The Heart of Hastings Community Land Trust The Opus Theatre The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists

The Phoenix Opus

The Opus Theatre, considered one of the finest concert halls in the South East, is situated in a Grade II listed building created for the best natural acoustics. The theatre’s centerpiece, however, is the venue’s new and very special concert grand piano, one of the most technologically advanced acoustic instruments in the world, officially baptized as the ‘Phoenix Opus’. 

Posted 08:50 Thursday, Aug 3, 2017 In: Music & Sound Tags: Anton Lyakhovsky Bluthner Style XI Hurstwood Farm Pianos Oliver Poole Opus Theatre Phoenix Opus Polo Piatti

First play at new Opus Theatre

Tania Charman a local community activist and board member of the Heart of Hastings (HOH) Community Land Trust has arranged for the Liverpool Theatre Group, Costal Productions to perform

Posted 03:37 Wednesday, Aug 2, 2017 In: SOS Tags: Community Land Trust Daniela Othieno Heart of Hastings Jess Steele Liverpool Theatre Group Opus Theatre Hastings Polo Piatti Robert Tressell Suzy Tinker Tania Charman The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists Tom Mc Lennan
Photo by Peter Mould

The Opus Theatre

The Opus Theatre will be launched in July 2017 and operate in the beautiful Grade II listed building of the former Congregational Church (presently His Place) at 24-25 Cambridge Rd, Hastings Town Centre. HOT’s Sean O’Shea talks to composer and musical director, Polo Piatti about the purpose of this new project, his hopes for its development and the range of activities which will be hosted at the venue.

Posted 05:50 Wednesday, Jun 14, 2017 In: SOS Tags: #TagHastings Classicus Talks His Place International composers festival Opus Theatre plato Polo Piatti Royal Vic

HOT’s Sean O’Shea reflects on the closure of the Harold Place public toilet, discusses some of the political issues at stake and imagines an alternative future for this prime town centre site.

Posted 13:01 Monday, Apr 24, 2017 In: SOS Tags: government revenue support grant Harold Place Public Toilet Hastings Creatives Polo Piatti Robert Tressell The great British sell off The Ragged The Ragged Trousered Phianthropists The Tides of Time

Saturday night’s alright for . . Hastings Sinfonia

Hastings Sinfonia is now a well-established feature of the Hastings music season, presenting what they themselves describe as ‘popular, well-known classics together with some exciting new works giving a balanced programme suitable for everyone.’ At the end of this month they’re showcasing their talent with a winter concert at St John the Evangelist Church in St Leonards. Toby Sargent leafs through the programme.

Posted 10:49 Tuesday, Jan 10, 2017 In: Music & Sound Tags: Derek Carden Hastings Sinfonia Peter Fields Polo Piatti Randy Nichol St John the Evangelist Church in St. Leonards thomasin trezise Toby Sargent

A pride of Hastings musicians

The Hastings Sinfonia can be relied upon to present a programme of popular and melodic music which includes a good range of romantic classics, lesser known composers whose works are nevertheless immediately identifiable and the works of living composers which are melodic and accessible. This Saturday’s Winter Concert is no exception, writes Chris Cormack.

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