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 . . .

Camber jives and drives

While Rye was going back to the 30s for the filming of Mapp and Lucia, Camber was rocking back to the 50s – and...

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...

Let’s go to the movies!

Benedict Cumberbatch brings a touch of class to the Marvel Comics superhero Dr Strange, as the brilliant neurosurgeon battling the forces of evil. Watch out for great special effects in the 3D version

Beer makes welcome return

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

Here we go again

RMT have announced another two days strike on Southern railways - on Wednesday and Thursday November 8 and 9, writes Stuart Harland. We trust...

Let’s go to the movies!

This week's featured film showing at the Rye Kino is ‘Suite Francaise’ (pictured above) - after the screening on Saturday March 28, actor Clare Holman and screen-writer Matt Charman will be at Kino to answer your questions and talk about the making of the film. Read on for reviews and links to trailers

Gallery’s new space for art

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

Trash and carry on

Rye residents queued at Rye Library to seek advice on the revised waste and recycling service from Rother Council, which starts on Monday June...

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...

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