Monthly Archives: September 2015

Eagles grab a dozen in goal frenzy

Beckley Rangers Eagles swooped on their Pevensey prey in the Crowborough & District Youth League U18s Division A last Saturday. Ashleigh Fraser reports.

Conquered by William again

Rye News’s second annual Pétanque Tournament passed without injury or scandal on the Strand pitch last Saturday, September 19, but the Rye News’s team managed to finish second , which was staggering considering the team included two novices

Big win sends Casuals top

Icklesham 1st Xl were looking to continue their winning start to the season as they were away to Little Common whilst the 2nd Xl were looking to win their first game of the season at home to St Leonard's. David Mayne reports

Dancing towards Christmas

Rye Dance School performed in the Arts Festival excerpts from coming performances including their pantomime. Watch the slideshow

Joyous conclusion to pianofest

St Mary's had a busy first week in the Arts Festival with pianos being trundled in and out until the grand finale with a piano duet which left the audience with a definite "feel good" factor. Alexander Stiller reviews the concert

New Road Artists open studios

The Rye Arts Festival has included a number of exhibitions - one of which was across "the bridge" and along New Road, and not to be missed as artists talked about their work

Hilarious Hamlet, a new classic

Pocket Oxford almost brought the Lamb House marquee down with their hilarious version of Hamlet, for children of all ages. Move aside Benedict Cumberbatch, your Barbican performance has been eclipsed

Let’s go to the movies!

This week's featured movie showing at Rye Kino is 'Everest' inspired by the incredible events surrounding an attempt to reach the summit of the world’s highest mountain. Everest documents the awe-inspiring journey of two different expeditions challenged beyond their limits by one of the fiercest snowstorms ever encountered by mankind. Read on for trailers to this and other movies showing in Rye

Downton Abbey as it really was

"Downton Abbey" and its predecessor "Upstairs Downstairs", may give TV versions of life in stately homes, but was it really like that ? An author has been exploring the facts, rather than the fiction

Mud, mud, glorious mud

"Mud, mud, glorious mud" seems an unlikely finale for an Arts Festival music event - but when you stage a special evening based on the wit and wisdom of some of Britain's greatest musical humorists what can you expect ?

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