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Posted 11:08 Tuesday, Oct 25, 2016 In: Home Ground Tags: music Sean O’Shea Toby Sargent What's On

War is peace

HOT’s Sean O’ Shea talks to local activist and anti-war campaigner, Chris Coverdale, about his background, the people who have inspired him, the laws of war, the reasons why so few people are charged for war crimes and his prison experience.

Posted 07:28 Monday, Aug 8, 2016 In: SOS Tags: Chris Coverdale Convention for the Suppression of the financing of Terrorism Nuremberg Principles Sean O’Shea Terorism Act 2001
Fipple Consort

Fipple Consort – free concert

The Fipple Consort is a group of adults from Hastings who love playing recorders. Some have been playing since childhood, whilst others have come back to this beautiful instrument over the past year after a break of many years. The group’s Chris Green reports.

Posted 11:31 Thursday, Jul 16, 2015 In: Music & Sound Tags: Chris Green fipple consort Sean O’Shea St Clement's Church
Nick Weekes of The Warrior Squares and HOT

The Warrior Squares at HOT Benefit

A huge thanks to everyone who came along to the HOT Benefit music night on Sunday March 10 at the East Hastings Sea Angling Association. Organised by HOT’s indomitable Sean O’Shea, the highlight of the evening was an astonishing and virtuosic performance from The Warrior Squares, writes HOT’s Richard Hull.

Posted 14:48 Wednesday, Mar 13, 2013 In: Music & Sound Tags: Cherie Hulland Eldi Skubay Ex-Wise Heads Geoff Leigh Henry Cow Judy Davies Kate Nowicka Mad Jack's Morris Nick Weekes Paul Way-Rider Peter Bolwell Peter Bradbury Sean O’Shea Stevie Stone Warrior Squares

HOT benefit event

There will be an evening of music, song and dance at the East Hastings Sea Angling Association Club, the Stade, Rock-A-Nore Rd (opposite the lifeboat house) at 5pm on Sunday 10 March 2013. Bar and buffet will be available and admission is free.

Posted 16:41 Saturday, Mar 9, 2013 In: One Long Party Tags: fundraiser HOT benefit Sean O’Shea

Wind Angels

HOT columnist Sean O’Shea interviews writer Leigh Kennedy who was born in Denver, Colorado, but now lives in Hastings. She has written two novels, The Journal of Nicholas the American and Saint Hiroshima, and two short story collections, Faces and Wind Angels.

Posted 17:50 Tuesday, Nov 27, 2012 In: SOS Tags: Saint Hiroshima Sean O’Shea The Journal of Nicholas the American Wind Angels
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