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Theatre Nation does Beckett

Hastings-based company Theatre Nation brings Samuel Beckett to Sussex later this month. Waiting for Godot, the company’s third major production, opens at the White Rock Theatre on 25 and 26 March, before moving on to tour the country. Here A. Vasudevan talks all things Godot with producer Tom Daldry.

Posted 18:38 Tuesday, Mar 10, 2020 In: Performance Tags: Beckett Godot Hastings theatre companies live performance Patrick Kealey Samuel Beckett theatre Theatre Nation Tom Daldry Waiting for Godot

Enchanting summer theatre celebrating a remarkable forgotten female artist

Following on from their acclaimed Windrush production, ExploreTheArch, Sussex’s experiential and most unconventional theatre company, are back with a hauntingly beautiful inter-European migration story. The House of Marcelle is inspired by the love letters of an extraordinary Belgian painter, Marcelle van Caillie. Marcelle settled in London in 1955, one of many restless Europeans shifting around the continent after the trauma of WW2. The show opens on Monday 29 July and runs into August. HOT’s Erica Smith enters the turbulent world of a remarkable woman.

Posted 10:13 Thursday, Jul 25, 2019 In: Performance Tags: Archer Lodge Artist Belgian ExploreTheArch Gail Borrow painter st. leonards on sea theatre

Hastings Theatre Festival Launch 2019

Hastings Fringe is thrilled to announce the launch of the 1st annual Hastings Theatre Festival in 2019. The Festival brings world-class theatre to Hastings and St Leonards on Sea and will take place from the 1 – 7 July in selected venues.

Posted 09:15 Friday, Jun 21, 2019 In: Performance Tags: Appha Campbell Black Is The Colour Of My Voice drama Hastings Fringe Festival CIC Hastings Theatre Festival 2019 Heather Alexander performance theatre

Caliban’s Codex

Caliban’s Codex

Posted 13:43 Friday, May 4, 2018 In: Arts & Culture,Performance Tags: Borough Wines theatre

Kino-Teatr mark the Russian Revolution’s centenary with Crime and Punishment on stage

A new adaptation of Dostoevsky’s famous novel by Morgan Creative theatre company (Ireland) has its UK premiere at Kino-Teatr. A ten-strong cast will take you to the underworld of 1860’s St Petersburg, where the mysteries of the Russian soul and intellect, crime and love are deeply entwined. Crime and Punishment will be the crowning event of this year’s Russia related programme at Kino-Teatr that marks the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution. Directed by Luke Morgan, actor and film maker whose short film Pockets made it to the Cannes Film Festival, the play premieres in the UK at Kino-Teatr.

Posted 14:42 Tuesday, Oct 31, 2017 In: Performance Tags: Crime and PUnishment Jake Morgan Kino-Teatr Luke Morgan performance theatre

John Knowles talks about his most recent play Hitleria Pizzeria Parts I&II and plans for Eastern Europe.

Posted 11:29 Wednesday, Oct 18, 2017 In: Performance Tags: Arts Council Caliban's Books Comedy drama Emily Carding European Hitleria Pizzeria I&II Independent John Knowles. Prague Festival The Hastings Theatre Steering Group The National Theatre of Serbia theatre Time Please Toby Belch Is Unwell Ukraine

‘First Heard Shorts’ script-writing competition

If you have ever had a desire to be a script writer, or you already are and have a short play script idea you think is a winner, if you fancy hearing your words read by professional actors, or you just have a story to tell, then ‘First Heard* Shorts’ is a competition with your name on it. The competition has been organised by local writer and script developer, John Knowles, in support of The Hastings Fringe Festival. John is a prolific writer and producer and despite his busy schedule, continues to support local writers and theatre projects.

Posted 09:09 Tuesday, Aug 1, 2017 In: Arts News Tags: First Heard Hastings fringe Festival John Knowles. script theatre Writing

Come to The Stables on Sunday 4 June from 11am-1pm for the last call out for the rapidly-growing Hastings Fringe Festival

The Fringe is accepting a range of quality original material and this is your last chance to tell us about your act and talk through your ideas, writes

Posted 15:29 Wednesday, May 31, 2017 In: Performance Tags: Cabaret Comedy community dance Film Hastings Miranda Gavin music performing art poetry spoken word St Leonards theatre visual art
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