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Enjoying the challenges in Papua New Guinea

In 1978, when Chris Sanderson and her husband Don decided to leave a settled life in Hastings to teach in newly independent Papua New Guinea, they could hardly have guessed that, as Chris puts it, “the forthcoming adventure would change me forever.” How that happened she describes in a fascinating detail in Another ‘Growing up in New Guinea,’ as Nick Terdre recounts.

Posted 14:20 Tuesday, Jan 10, 2017 In: Travel Tags: Chris Sanderson Margaret Mead Nick Terdre Shakespeare The Tempest William Golding

Tribute to Christopher Leith

HOT contributor, Chandra Masoliver, recently wrote two articles about local Master Puppeteer, Christopher Leith. Several weeks later, Christopher died of motor neurone disease. Chandra reports on the funeral service, which was held on 5 November at Hastings Crematorium, and the wake at the New Inn, Westfield.

Posted 10:21 Wednesday, Nov 18, 2015 In: Performance Tags: 3 Stages for Lazarus advaita Chandra Masoliver Christopher John Leith Durham Cathedral Durham University Hastings Crematorium Jeff Foster John Cage. Julian Rumball Lindisfarne Lindisfarne by Ian Scott Massie Master Puppeteer Motor Neurone Disease Association non-duality concept Northumberland Pange Lingua Saint Cuthbert The Tempest Thirteen Harmonies
Cat Gerrard as Ferdinand Photo Crow Tree Theatre Company

A unique Tempest in St Leonards

Markwick Gardens in St Leonard’s-on-Sea is a magical location. It’s akin to stepping into a Secret Garden. Over the end of August bank holiday weekend, Crow Tree Theatre Company is transforming these subscription gardens into Prospero’s Island. Or is it Caliban’s?

Posted 12:03 Monday, Aug 24, 2015 In: Performance Tags: August Bank Holiday weekend Caliban Cat Gerrard Crow Tree Theatre Company Gail Borrow Markwick Gardens Prospero Prospero's Cell The Tempest
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