Monthly Archives: April 2017

Our turn to govern?

John Howlett make an argument for change, at this election time, in our local government

Trapped in the car park

A visitor experiences our parking problem

Wall Of Sound Ireland bound

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

The crucifixion and other stories

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

Let’s go to the movies!

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

Free Macbeth taster at Mermaid

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

Pottery’s unsung heroes

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

A town like ours on stage

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

Flight of artistic fancy

Never dismiss an unusual venue for art

Watch Sergei Polunin dance

A dance feast - a documentary about Russian Sergei Polunin

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