Lamb House closes

Covid-19 forces closure just as the spring season begins

A more than managing director

A man of many parts podcasts

Win for Hastings Museum

Bronze award for visitor attraction

Mapp, me and the magic . . .

It was a night for the Beeb's glittering stars as Ryers were treated to an advance showing of the first episode of "Mapp and Lucia". The other stars were there too: prime among them our chocolate box streets and well, me, actually, writes the man loved by the director's lens, our Tony McLaughlin

Let’s go to Star Wars

May the Force be with you! Star Wars returns to the big screen this week.

Whistling up bird music

Not all of our feathered friends are known for their songs - but some are, and have inspired music. Kenneth Bird reports

Let’s go to the movies!

This week's featured movie is The Girl on the Train - Rachel is devastated by her recent divorce and spends her daily commute fantasising about the seemingly perfect couple who live in a house that her train passes every day, until one morning she sees something shocking happen there and becomes entangled in the mystery that unfolds

Yes – Jazz is back for Christmas

Yes! Legendary 70s prog-rock star Rick Wakeman kicks off a series of very special December concerts from Rye International Jazz & Blues Festival at St Mary's church

Comedy gold comes to town

The theatre at the Rye Creative Centre is really hotting up with regular new shows and events to suit all tastes

Let’s go to a show

Hollywood stars Sally Field and Bill Pullman are on stage live in All My Sons and the Royal Ballet puts on a triple bill

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