Opera stars shine in Northiam

Christmas was celebrated in Northiam with a musical evening

Matt Hardman art on show

"Let my art speak for itself" says the creator of Tales from the Afterlife

Ryers relish historic royal tale

Entertaining, thoughtful and humorous, this one man show about the court of George II, written and performed by AP Waxkirsh, deserves to be staged again writes Seana Lanigan

King Lear comes to St Mary’s

Building on its reputation for outdoor performances of Shakespeare's plays, local theatrical company Bowler Crab tours East Sussex indoor venues with its new production of King Lear, his greatest tragedy

Let’s go to the movies!

The inspiring true story of a love that defeated an empire

Murder solved by Tilling ‘Tecs

Rye Fairtrade Steering Group hosted a Murder at Teatime afternoon, with a cream tea, at the Community Centre last Saturday afternoon, September 10.  A...

An Embarrassment of Riches

A new exhibition at Rye Art Gallery explores the opportunity to display skill in painting textures and surfaces in great detail

Folk at RAF – a family affair!

Two prestigious and award-winning folk duos are just part of the line-up of stars for the forthcoming Rye Arts Festival. Here, Andy Stuart gives the first preview of festival performances

Let's go to the movies!

In a bittersweet film about getting older, Donald Sutherland and Helen Mirren star in The Leisure Seeker, as a couple embarking on a road trip together before illness overtakes them

Shakespeare lost for words

John Fletcher, Rye-born dramatist, comes to the rescue when Will runs out of words

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