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A Dose of Utter Nonsense!

This new CD is a collection of songs, readings and piano music, based on the wonderful writings of those two masters of the absurd, Edward Lear and Lewis Carroll. It derives from a concert put on in Hastings Museum in 2010, and features some of the original performers: Geoff Hutchinson (narration), Gary Marriott (tenor songs & narration) and Rebecca Mason (jazz singer). All the music is by Michael Short, who also plays the piano and keyboards.

Posted 11:44 Saturday, Nov 4, 2017 In: Music & Sound Tags: A Dose Of Utter Nonsense A Touch Of Jazz gary marriott Geoff Hutchinson Michael Short Rebecca Mason

Pete Burden: talented and generous jazzman

Influential jazz saxophonist Pete Burden passed away peacefully in his sleep in the early hours of 27 December 2016 at the age of 75. Christopher Hoggins, who knew Pete well and once painted his portrait, recalls a life well-lived by a highly talented and generous musician.

Posted 20:06 Sunday, Jan 22, 2017 In: Music & Sound Tags: Alistair Franklin Andrew Winterbourne Barrie Selwyn bebop Brass Monkey Christopher Hoggins jazz workshops JD Bar Joe Lee Wilson John Graebe Liane Carroll Lionel Grigson Paul Zec Pete White Rebecca Mason Roger Carey Ronnie Scott's Spike Wells Trevor Beale Troubador Club

In memory of Pete Burden

Saxophonist Pete Burden, a familiar figure to jazz-lovers in Hastings and well beyond, died in hospital last week. Tony Frost, a regular in the audience, writes a short appreciation, provides the pictures and rounds up some of the tributes paid to Pete.

Posted 16:58 Wednesday, Jan 4, 2017 In: Music & Sound Tags: Brass Monkey Christopher Hoggins Colin Gibson Harry Whitty JD Bar Liane Carroll Rebecca Mason Tony Frost
Ladyfest

Ladyfest: a celebration of imperfection

In honour of International Women’s Day on Saturday 8 March, Hastings & St Leonards is to be the home of Ladyfest: a celebration of imperfection, curated by riart Grrrls. From 6-8 March, venues across St Leonards will be hosting a diverse range of performance events in support of Refuge East Sussex. Grace Vogiatzis reports.

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