Chamber music back in Peasmarsh

The sun shone, the musicians played, and it was very much an international occasion with artistes from more than half a dozen countries. Alexander Stiller reports on Peasmarsh's Chamber Music Festival.

Let’s go to the movies!

Our weekly look ahead at films showing in Rye. Featured this week is ‘The Water Diviner' directed by and starring Russell Crowe. He plays an Australian farmer who in 1919, four years after Gallipoli, travels to Turkey to find his three missing sons. Read on for reviews and links to trailers . . .

Let’s go to the movies!

What do you do when your local pub closes down and you want to save it? Write a book of course, but not any old book

Let’s go to the movies!

This week's featured movie is 'The Woman in Gold' staring Helen Mirren, pictured above with Ryan Reynolds, the incredible story of a Jewish refugee who is forced to flee Vienna during World War II. Decades later, determined to salvage some dignity from her past, she takes on a mission to reclaim a Klimt painting the Nazis stole from her family. For details and previews of this and other movies showing in Rye over the next week follow the links...

This October in ‘Fixtures’

This October in Fixtures. The first of the autumn high tides spilled water over the edge of the Quay, as John Minter reported and October's...

Met mast appeal

Ecotricity, a green energy company based in Gloucestershire, is appealing against the refusal for it to erect a meteorological mast at Snave on Romney Marsh....

This September in ‘Fixtures’

August, the height of the holiday season, so perhaps it was inevitable that the Rye Show on August 15 should have been announced by...

Quick off the mark

A reader in Northiam was the first to send us an advert for our free classified section. Rye watchers will know him well: Conrad...

TLC has its own awards

Three years ago two doctors bought a Georgian property in Rye. It needed a lot of TLC. They gave it. This year the restoration...

Let’s go to the movies!

This weeks featured movie showing at the Rye Kino is Man Up (pictured), Meet Nancy: 34, single (still), hung-over (again), and exhausted by the endless futile set ups foisted upon her by well-meaning but clueless friends. As she travels across London to toast another 10 years of her parent’s blissfully happy marriage, 40-year-old, freshly-hatched divorcee Jack mistakes her for his 24-year-old blind date... For all this and more follow the link..

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