Tuesday, April 25 2017

Culture

Wall Of Sound Ireland bound
April 20 2017.

A local choir is heading for Ireland to play in an international festival

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The crucifixion and other stories

April 20 2017.

Following Easter last weekend a challenging exhibition opens at the Rye Creative Centre

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Free Macbeth taster at Mermaid

April 20 2017.

Theatre troupe Bowler Crab returns to Rye with a look at different ways of interpreting Shakespeare’s Macbeth, with help from the audience

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A town like ours on stage

April 20 2017.

A famous Victorian novel about a place like ours takes to the stage – but is it Rye ?

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Watch Sergei Polunin dance

April 20 2017.

A dance feast – a documentary about Russian Sergei Polunin

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Mass murder at World of Legend

April 13 2017.

Richard III reigned for only two years before he was killed on the battlefield. But he was alive and well (though pretty scary) in Rye last weekend, thanks to Emily Carding’s innovative and powerful retelling of the old story

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Art Gallery Friends final word

April 6 2017.

What turned out to be the final meeting of the Friends of Rye Art Gallery finished on a positive note

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Let’s go to the movies!

April 6 2017.

In A Quiet Passion, Cynthia Nixon plays reclusive American poet Emily Dickinson and her struggles with 19th-century social restrictions. Also new this week is Get Out, a chiller/thriller starring Daniel Kaluuya and Allison William about a white girl taking home her black boyfriend – but her family’s welcome is not quite as it seems

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Just as you thought it was safe

April 6 2017.

With 56 ticketed events, 4,500 ticket holders and a number of public events, legal liability can be a headache for the Rye Arts Festival

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Ryesingers record CD

April 6 2017.

Enjoy the sound of Ryesingers on their new CD shortly

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Film Club’s Easter special

April 6 2017.

Don’t rain on our parade! Rye Film Club have a special Easter offering

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Let’s go to the movies!

March 30 2017.

Tom Holland stars in an Indiana Jones-style adventure based on the true story of a British explorer’s forays into the Amazon jungle early last century

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A battle, live and set to music

March 30 2017.

Film and concert brings battle alive – for the first time

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U3A meets Paul Nash

March 30 2017.

For stimulating engagement in social and cultural pursuits, the U3A provides a huge variety of interest groups

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Nigel Kennedy to play in St Mary’s

March 23 2017.

Violin maestro Nigel Kennedy will be playing in St Mary’s, Rye, in May

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Artist picked for major exhibition

March 23 2017.

Artist Lenka Medlik has had a watercolour of Rye allotments picked for the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours exhibition

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Let’s go to the movies!

April 20 2017.

Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin and Bill Nighy star in this Second World War drama centred on a woman writing scripts for propaganda films – and the men drawn to her charm

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Pottery’s unsung heroes

April 20 2017.

Josh Cole talked about the vital part women play at Rye Pottery, why there would be no pottery without Mr Jack, and the importance of design when potting becomes an art

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Flight of artistic fancy

April 20 2017.

Never dismiss an unusual venue for art

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Easter with Mapp and Lucia

April 13 2017.

Action in Market Street as the BBC film a 30s classic – but where can you see it again this weekend? And get many views of historic Rye as well?

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Let’s go to the movies!

April 13 2017.

Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin star in this crime comedy as a trio of law-abiding citizens who decide to rob the bank that has raided their pension funds.

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Local artists go on show

April 6 2017.

Modern and more traditional styles can be found in the current exhibitions at Rye Art Gallery by local artists – and Rye and the surrounding area has a long tradition of artists who have either lived here, or visited, leaving a wide range of styles and subjects behind them

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Film Club’s latest program

April 6 2017.

Come and support your local film club

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Acting up gets farcical

April 6 2017.

Acting Up In Rye moves from panto to one act farce and comedy for their latest shows

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Book group meets author

April 6 2017.

The Book Club looks at how family secrets can be unearthed and the struggle to deal with them

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Top pianist returns

April 6 2017.

A star performer at last year’s Arts Festival is returning to the area to perform again

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Richard Adams wows art lovers

March 30 2017.

A local artist shows off his latest works

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Young music talent at Winchelsea

March 30 2017.

The Royal College of Music presented wonderfully talented musicians in Winchelsea

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Wry Rye

March 23 2017.

A new an innovative weekend of entertainment at the Creative Centre

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Let’s go to the movies!

March 23 2017.

Disney brings the story of Beauty and the Beast to life with Emma Watson and Dan Stevens heading a strong cast including Ewan McGregor and Ian McKellen

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Jazz Festival springs back!

March 16 2017.

Rye Jazz Festival is proud to announce its spring concert series with three world class artists

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