Monthly Archives: September 2018

Is TV’s view of us enough?

Are scallops and salty lamb our main attraction locally - or is there more?

Pavement overgrown? Use the road

A pensioner takes on the traffic

International Composers Festival

Sixty out of 1,000 new musical compositions from all over the world have been selected for performance at the Festival

Richard Adams open days

Two well-known local artists open their home studio

The balloons are going up

Balloons and opera for the Arts Festival

Local authors at Arts Festival

Rye has always attracted writers, so come and meet four of them

Let’s go to the movies!

Spike Lee's film Blackkklansman tells true story of an African American detective who tries to infiltrate the Ku Klux Klan; Wim Wenders' documentary explores the world of Pope Francis and Kino Art House shows French war film The Guardians

Let’s go to a show!

The RSC leads off this week with a zingy production of The Merry Wives of Windsor, closely followed by spectacular opera – La Boheme from Sydney Opera House

Turpin returns to gallery

A new exhibition opens at Rye Art Gallery, ablaze with colour

Council Tax changes hit families

Rother District Council are consulting on changes to their Council Tax rebate for those on low incomes

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