Wednesday, July 26 2017

Culture

Jazz & Blues Festival launch
July 20 2017.

The full details of the Rye Jazz & Blues Festival 2017 are here

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Songs for a Summer Evening

July 20 2017.

Some wonderful music, beautifully performed for a perfect summer’s evening

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Let’s go to the movies!

July 20 2017.

The marauding monkeys are back as they and dastardly humans fight each other for survival

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Rye musical aiming for West End

July 13 2017.

A new Mapp and Lucia musical was shown off at the community centre, to tumultuous applause from EF Benson Society members

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Look out for The Looker

July 13 2017.

A travelling theatre company with a difference brings its puppets to Rye

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Genius of Banksy revealed

July 13 2017.

Serious art and amusing art shown in a fascinating talk on the artist Banksy

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Let’s go to the movies!

July 6 2017.

Spider-Man is back and dealing with the evil Vulture

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Rye Film Club presents Lion

July 6 2017.

A heart warming story with that feel good factor

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Twenty years of glorious music

June 30 2017.

Twenty years have passed since the first Florestan Festival in Peasmarsh Church. Now called the Peasmarsh Chamber Music Festival, it has grown in significance, attracting a world wide audience

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A joyful string immersion

June 30 2017.

The Archaeus Quartet are a highlight of the Peasmarsh Chamber Music Festival

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New Road Artists cross the bridge

June 22 2017.

Well worth a visit, an eclectic and interesting exhibition

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Dunkirk beach cinema at Camber

June 22 2017.

An open-air viewing of the film Dunkirk is to be screened on Camber beach in September

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Rye Film Club summer programme

June 22 2017.

Rye Film release their Summer 2017 programme

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Artists open their doors

June 15 2017.

Two weekends left to see artists at work and visit their studios.

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Pubs of the Marsh

June 15 2017.

Raise a toast to a new book about local pubs

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Even more ado about nothing

June 15 2017.

The Bowler Crab production of Much Ado About Nothing looks like being unmissable for all Shakespeare fans

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When Shakespeare came to Rye

July 20 2017.

The riddle of whether Shakespeare really did come to Rye with his company has finally been solved

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Music at the Monastery

July 13 2017.

Rye’s medieval monastery is to be used for an amazing classical recital

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Let’s go to the movies!

July 13 2017.

Much genteel smouldering ensues when during the American Civil War, wounded Union soldier Colin Farrell is sheltered at a Southern girls’ boarding school that also contains Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst and Elle Fanning

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De La Warr gets new funding

July 13 2017.

A new initiative at the De La Warr Pavilion at Bexhill reinforces the thriving attraction of contemporary music-making

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Petula helps to raise funds

July 6 2017.

Petula Clark made a surprise appearance at the Fairlight Hall ball to raise funds for the Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition

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Soiree sings for supper

July 6 2017.

Winchelsea Singers held an amusing and very entertaining evening, organised by Charlotte Beecroft

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Give it a Wurlitzer

July 6 2017.

Rye Wurlitzer Academy relies on public support at its concerts to maintain its teaching of theatre organ playing

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Carry On Boys play France

June 30 2017.

For a second time, Rye has exported one of its best groups across the Channel to entertain our French neighbours

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Let’s go to the movies!

June 30 2017.

A young getaway driver tries to quit the criminal world but runs into danger on the way

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Masterclasses for music festival

June 22 2017.

The Peasmarsh Chamber Music Festival returns with its education work in Beckley and Peasmarsh schools

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Let’s go to the movies!

June 22 2017.

Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson star in Hampstead, a romance based on a true story, about an American widow who helps a man living rough on Hampstead Heath fight the developers who want to destroy his home

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Artists’ open house in Ore

June 22 2017.

Take time out to visit Ore Farmhouse Place, where there is just one week-end left of Art in the Garden

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Summer music at the Standard

June 15 2017.

The Standard Inn starts its Summer Music Club with an inspirational act

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Let’s go to the movies!

June 15 2017.

Back in the tight costume for a new generation is Wonder Woman, this time helping to win the First World War. And skipping forward to the Second World War, Brian Cox and Miranda Richardson star in Churchill with a strong supporting cast.

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Images in response to Paul Nash

June 15 2017.

Very imaginative and beautiful photography by David Foster,

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