This week’s featured movie showing at the Rye Kino is Southpaw - Billy Hope seemingly has it all with an impressive career, a beautiful and loving wife, an adorable daughter and a lavish lifestyle. But when tragedy strikes he hits rock bottom and turns to an unlikely saviour at a run-down local gym... For details of this and other movies showing in Rye please follow the link...
Its worth going back to the Rye Society of Arts summer show for a second look as you may uncover all sorts of interesting exhibits that you missed the first time around. We went back and found a multi-talented artist who has worked on a hugely diverse range of projects
A book hanging from a huge balloon passed slowly over East Sussex, and possibly Rye, before plunging into the English Channel as part of literacy programme for primary school children organised by the science fiction novel's author Marcus Alexander. And this is fact, not fiction.
This week's featured movie showing at the Rye Kino is Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation. With the IMF disbanded, and Ethan out in the cold, the team confronts a network of highly-skilled special agents, the Syndicate. These highly-trained operatives are hellbent on creating a new world order through an escalating series of terrorist attacks.. For details of this and other movies showing in Rye please follow the link . . .
Lurking behind the quiet exterior of the National Trust's Lamb House this week lurks a frenzy of activity leading up to open air performances (weather permitting) of "Twelfth Night", but that's not the only event taking place there. The jazz festival at the end of August features a two day weekend event, and the arts festival in September features a marquee full of literary events over two weeks.
Showing at Rye Community Centre Film Club on Friday, August 7- Selma (pictured above). This Oscar-nominated film is based on the story of Martin Luther King's quest to obtain equal voting rights for black citizens in Alabama in 1965. For details of this and other movies showing in Rye please follow the link . . .
It's open air theatre time again at Lamb House on August 14-16. Shakespeare of course. But not too heavy. This year it's "Twelfth Night". Previously it's been "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (pictured above). And the young actors have lots of experience, with the National Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), Broadway and the BBC.