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Rebecca Marshall outside Electric Palace cinema in Hastings Old Town

Electric Palace cinema calls on community for support to save it from closure

With news of nationwide closures of the Cineworld and Picturehouses cinema chains, The Electric Palace cinema in Hastings Old Town is now calling on the local community to visit and support the cinema or it faces imminent closure, says Annie Waite.

Fried Onions and First Heard

John Knowles writes about the re-emergence of ‘First Heard’, a project he first set up at The Observer Theatre, with the intention of supporting local playwrights.

Posted 07:50 Tuesday, Nov 15, 2016 In: Performance Tags: Cheryl White Comsat Angels First Heard Fried Onions At The Cosmic Cafe Glastonbury John Knowles. Julian Cope Kate Tym New plays Patrick Kealey scriptwriting The Electric Palace cinema The Revillos theatre UFO's

Trash Cannes 5 Day Film Challenge

A real highlight this month is Trash’d New Wave Festival’s event coming up at Kino-Teatr: The Trash Cannes 5 Day Film Challenge Gala Award Show. Adrienne Hunter writes.

Posted 16:47 Wednesday, Nov 9, 2016 In: Film Tags: 5 Day Film Challenge Adam Seeley Adrienne Hunter Archie Laughlan Becoming Penny Desmond For Queen and Country Hastings' Annual Festival of Film Keith Rodway Kino-Teatr Lee Cornes Leigh Dyer Award Moving Image Hastings; Re: A Pier Shot By The Sea The Electric Palace cinema The Mariner's Tale The Trash'd New Wave Festival 2016 The Trevor Award Trash Cannes Film Festival Trix Worrell What You Lookin' At
Image from The Horse Boy

Film focus on equine therapy for autism

The Horse Boy is an extraordinary film about autism, screening this Thursday 19 May, with a live Q&A at 8pm, at the Electric Palace. Mongolia is the setting for this documentary, which chronicles the journey of the Isaacson family as they travel in search of a mysterious shaman who they believe can heal their autistic son, says Annie Waite.

Posted 09:01 Wednesday, May 18, 2016 In: Film Tags: Annie Waite Autism Mongolia Robin Knowles The Electric Palace cinema The Horse Boy The Horse Boy Foundation Victoria Richards
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