Success for first film festival

The first Rye International Film Festival was voted a success. Here are some of the highlights.

Bridge to art

A new exhibition has been unveiled at the Rye Creative Centre

Much Ado braves all weathers

It would seem we can't get enough of Shakespeare this year. He had a way with words for sure, as The Lamb Players' performance reminded us

Simply Divas sing

Famous songs from the 20th century celebrate the sounds of some of the female artists who became icons of popular music

Let’s go to the movies!

John Boyega stars in a gripping thriller based on real events during civil unrest in Detroit in 1967

Let's go to the movies!

All the Money In The World is a tense drama based on the true story of the kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III in 1973 and his mother's frantic attempts to persuade the boy's grandfather to pay the ransom.

Let’s go to the movies!

Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz star in The Mercy, the story of amateur sailor Donald Crowhurst's attempt to circumnavigate the globe single-handedly in the 1968 Sunday Times Golden Globe Race

Let's go to a show!

Rory Kinnear and Anne-Marie Duff star in the National Theatre's production of Macbeth, streaming live to the Kino

Let’s go to the movies!

The story of Neil Armstrong and the race to land on the moon is told this week in First Man, with the total contrast of Rowan Atkinson's lJohnny English.

Let’s go to a show

The Magic Flute is shown from Glyndebourne, and there's another chance to see The Lehman Trilogy from the National

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