Let’s go to the movies!

This week's featured film showing at the Rye Kino is ‘Still Alice’ starring Julianne Moore (pictured above) in a heart-wrenching tale in which she plays a linguistics professor who is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's disease. Read on for reviews and links to trailers . . .

This month in Fixtures

Another film company chose Rye as a location and the traditional New Year meet of the Romney Marsh Hunt at the Mermaid put colour...

Princess to honour Rye yachtsman

Richard Hopper of Rye Harbour Sailing Club will be presented with a Lifetime Commitment Award by the Princess Royal at a Royal Yachting Association lunch later this month - in recognition of his success in turning around the club's fortunes as well as inspiring young club members

Gallery’s new space for art

An art gallery acquires a new look - literally - while planning future exhibitions

First to take ad-vantage

All advertising in Rye News is free for the next few months and the first business to go online with us is the Britcher &...

Marshlink rail misery

Commuters suffered yet more frustrating delays on the Marshlink last week, writes Richard Comotto. Problems came to a head on Thursday when every other service between...

This month in Fixtures

Our digest of stories from the month of March starts with Dee Alsey's profile of Priscilla Ryan, while our Editor, Charles Harkness adds his...

This July in ‘Fixtures’

Be wary if you tread your way down Deadmans Lane, urges John Howlett A gold badge is awarded to a long-serving member of Rye Harbour's...

Showing next in Rye

Sophie Nelisse, seen above, is the star of The Book Thief, the next feature at the Rye Film Club on Friday, October 3. She...

Beer makes welcome return

The talented and popular Phil Beer appearing locally at the end of the month

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