Monday, April 23 2018

Culture

Rye Arts Festival holds two AGMs
April 19 2018.

Rye Arts Festival has reconstituted itself

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Iden entertained by the weather

April 19 2018.

A most ingenious and entertaining celebration of English weather in Iden

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Let’s go to a show!

April 19 2018.

A second chance to see Jennifer Saunders returning to the West End stage for the first time in 20 years in Oscar Wilde’s Lady Windermere’s Fan

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Prizewinners’ Picnic Recital

Prizewinners’ Picnic Recital
April 12 2018.

A Summer Prizewinners’ Picnic Recital will take place at Fairlight Hall  on Sunday July 2. Roman Kosyakov, the winner of the Hastings International Concert Piano Competition 2018, will give a performance in the Recital Room Courtyard. Grounds are open for picnics from 12 noon and the recital will be from 2pm-4pm including an interval. Priority booking is now open for Friends and Patrons and will be open to the public on May 1. Tickets are available online or from Hastings Tourist Information Centre 01414 451111. Programme includes Schubert, Liszt and Tchaikovsky.

The Edge of Darkness in Fairlight

April 12 2018.

A new production by the Fairlight Players is coming soon

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Festival director plays Hastings

April 4 2018.

The Peasmarsh Festival co-director will be the cello soloist with Hastings Philharmonic

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Latest film from Film Club

April 4 2018.

A star cast in the box office hit, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool

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Art in the heart of town

March 29 2018.

Take time to go to the Rye Art Gallery – there’s lots to please the eye.

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Aye, aye for HMS Pinafore

March 29 2018.

Pinafore sets sail with Ryesingers

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Well known stars at new Venue

March 29 2018.

Le Venue strikes a chord with a party

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Friday Night Live at the Wipers

March 22 2018.

And the ‘Wipers’ rocked

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A spring collection

March 22 2018.

Following the success of last year’s exhibition, the Tenterden Artists are returning with their 2018 Spring Collection

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Classical stars in Winchelsea

March 15 2018.

Rising musical stars will be performing in Winchelsea

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Let’s go to the movies!

March 15 2018.

A beautiful Russian spy, dangerous times and a great deal of mayhem – a new thriller starring Jennifer Lawrence arrives on screen as real-life tensions with Russia increase

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2018 piano competition winner

March 8 2018.

This year’s winner of the Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition is announced

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Romeo and Juliet at the Mermaid

March 8 2018.

An informative deconstruction of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet adds greatly to the enjoyment of the play

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Let’s go to the movies!

April 19 2018.

Taken from the bestselling novel, The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society tells the story of a young writer who travels to the island in search of the story of the islanders’ struggle under the occupation

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A Dreadful Trade? Not really

April 19 2018.

A local journalist and author desserts his natural habitat with a new book

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Let’s go to the movies!

April 12 2018.

Martin Freeman and Paul Whitehouse star in a ghostly chiller surrounding a professor who exposes fraudulent psychic activities on his TV show

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‘The Quiet Woman’ of Rye Harbour

April 12 2018.

A 1950’s thriller that was filmed at Rye Harbour

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Let’s go to a show!

April 4 2018.

Niamh Cusack and Christopher Eccleston star in a live Royal Shakespeare Company production of Macbeth, the latest in a packed programme of special theatrical and cinematic events at Rye’s Kino

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Let’s go to the movies!

April 4 2018.

Isle of Dogs is a heart-tugging stop-motion offering from Wes Anderson, set in Japan and chronicling a boy’s hunt for his dog. A starry cast of voices brings it to life.

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Local movie-maker’s film at Kino

March 29 2018.

Director and scriptwriter Bindu de Stoppani discusses her moving new film and the excitement at bringing it home to the Kino

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Let’s go to the movies!

March 29 2018.

Steven Spielberg directs Ready Player One, a gripping fantasy chase through a virtual-reality gaming world.

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Jazz supper at The Mermaid

March 22 2018.

If you like jazz and like food and, better still, like them both together, then the Mermaid is the place

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Let’s go to the movies!

March 22 2018.

Lara Croft is back, this time played by Alicia Vikander, surrounded by a talented cast including Derek Jacobi, Kristin Scott Thomas and Dominic West

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The Ministry of Biscuits

March 15 2018.

The biscuit police are active across the border

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Great Dane in best of shows

March 15 2018.

Theatre Nation put on a wonderful production of Hamlet, starring Emily Carding as the prince

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New exhibitions at Rye Art Gallery

March 15 2018.

There is pleasure in store at Rye Art Gallery with two new exhibitions opening simultaneously

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Alas, pipes burst, Yorick lives

March 8 2018.

The snow silenced Hamlet. But she will be back this weekend!

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Let’s go to the movies!

March 8 2018.

Oscar-winning films pack the schedules this week, with Gary Oldman’s portrayal of Churchill in Darkest Hour still filling cinema seats. Meanwhile new release I, Tonya, takes a wry look at the true story of how in 1994, US Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding became embroiled in the scandal of an attack on a rival competitor

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