Monday, June 18 2018

Culture

Jazz Festival confirms lineup
June 14 2018.

More leading jazzmen are on their way to Rye this August

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Midsummer play in Winchelsea

June 14 2018.

Laughs, and maybe a few home truths, in a new play coming to Winchelsea

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Let’s go to a show!

June 14 2018.

This week, a double treat of Sir Simon Rattle’s farewell concert with the Berlin Philharmoniker, and Glyndebourne kicks off with Madama Butterfly. Look out next week for an encore performance of Swan Lake from the Royal Opera House.

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Starry Sondheim night

June 14 2018.

An enjoyable play, for some an introduction to Stephen Sondheim, for others a treat for fans

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Let’s go to the movies!

June 7 2018.

Fans of special effects rejoice – the dinosaurs are back in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, while two classic nights in the Silver Room include food along with tickets to two old favourites.

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Sing for fun

June 7 2018.

A summer concert takes place at Peasmarsh Memorial Hall Saturday June 9 at 3pm, writes Yvonne Jordan. The programme includes various […]

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Narropera at Snargate

May 31 2018.

Music at Snargate on a Summer’s evening is Romney Marsh’s answer to Glyndebourne

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Let’s go to a show!

May 31 2018.

Don’t miss father-and-son acting duo of Edward and Freddie Fox appearing this week in Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband from London’s Vaudeville Theatre.

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Films – Solo: A Star Wars Movie

May 31 2018.

Our new film reviewer considers the movie of the moment

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Morris Dancers draw the crowds

May 31 2018.

Dancing on their 60th tour

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East Sussex Art Club exhibition

May 24 2018.

The East Sussex Art Club (ESAC) is holding its annual exhibition at The Stade Hall Hastings from Friday 26 May to Wednesday 30 May, 10am to 5pm daily writes Carol Ardley. ESAC was established in 1890 with a strong membership of over 60 local artists so you can be assured of a marvellous display of art in all styles and mediums. There is no entry fee so you can just drop in free of charge and enjoy the work on offer.

Let’s go to a show!

May 24 2018.

The magnificent Foxes – father and son Edward and Freddie – join a classic cast including Frances Barber, Susan Hampshire and Nathaniel Parker in An Ideal Husband, part of the Vaudeville Theatre’s Oscar Wilde season.

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Rye rockers on tour to France

May 24 2018.

Rye musicians take on France

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Heights of theatre at the Barn

May 24 2018.

The Barn Theatre Society, based at Smallhythe Place, Tenterden offers professional theatre at its best

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See Spray in Hastings

May 24 2018.

A new gallery aims to encourage contemporary art

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Hastings winners play at picnic

May 17 2018.

Hastings Piano Concerto Competition prizewinners’ recital is to be held in Fairlight Hall

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Let’s go to the movies!

June 14 2018.

The story of troubled designer Alexander McQueen is new this week, together with French romantic thriller L’Amant Double and – with special resonance for Rye residents hailing from Kent – The Bromley Boys, a feel-good comedy set in the 1970s and starring Martine McCutcheon and Alan Davies.

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Jam and Blithe Spirit on the Marsh

June 14 2018.

JAM on the Marsh has gained a reputation for presenting high-quality concerts and cultural events in the context of the churches of Romney Marsh

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Exit stage right at Wipers

June 7 2018.

As one venue winds down (a bit) another one may be opening up

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Let’s go to a show!

June 7 2018.

The Royal Ballet’s 2018 production of Swan Lake with new choreography will be a huge treat this week

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Run to the (fire) hills

June 7 2018.

A local artist is opening up her studio for the next two weeks

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Talking about prints

May 31 2018.

Rye Art Gallery hosts a talk on a master print-maker

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Double bill of village life

May 31 2018.

What’s not fit for children ?

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Rye Film Club: In Between

May 31 2018.

A compelling film at the Community Centre will be shown in the next Rye Film Club screening

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Let’s go to the movies!

May 31 2018.

Bittersweet feelings link the two main new films this week at the Kino – Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle in Ian McEwan’s adaptation of his romantic novel On Chesil Beach, and then veteran actress Sheila Hancock stars as Edie, an elderly widow who decides to train to climb a Scottish mountain.

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It’s Chamber Music Festival time

May 24 2018.

This year’s music festival at Peasmarsh begins with a sumptuous musical journey

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Let’s go to the movies!

May 24 2018.

Star Wars fans rejoice! The backstory for Han Solo is here in Solo: A Star Wars Story

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Rye Jazz & Blues Festival 2018

May 24 2018.

The 2018 Rye International Jazz and Blues Festival will take place in Rye from Friday August 24 to Monday August 27

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Royal highlight for Fairlight

May 24 2018.

Fairlight artists led their exhibition with a Royal wedding tribute

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Sondheim musical comes to town

May 17 2018.

London theatre comes to Rye

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Art prints on show

May 17 2018.

Printmakers make their mark at Rye Art Gallery in the latest exhibition

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