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All things vintage and the ‘good old days’ are widely sought after and revered in these modern times and anyone who hungers after a bygone era will love David L Molyneux’s illustrated book which celebrates the early years of bus operation.

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By artist Leo Baroni who will be showcasing his work at Hastings Arts Forums Rising Talent exhibition

Rising Talent exhibit at Arts Forum

More than thirty young and emerging artists have submitted their work for the Rising Talent exhibition, opening at Hastings Art Forum’s gallery on July 25.

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Open studio showing work of the late Roland Jarvis

Visit studio where artist made work

As part of Hastings Old Town carnival week there is a chance to see the art studio of the late Roland Jarvis who died in 2016 at the age of 90 and who left a lifetime of work.

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Circo Rum Ba Ba's Giant Whale

Climb inside a life-sized inflatable sperm whale

Who hasn’t wondered what it would be like to be inside a sperm whale?

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Circo Rum Ba Ba's Giant Whale

Climb inside a giant whale on Pirate Day

This weekend as part of the Pirate Day celebrations a giant inflatable whale will be open to visitors on the beach close to Hastings Pier.

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Quentin Blake, We'll Get There Somehow

Blake tackles the refugee crisis & mental health

Celebrated artist and illustrator Sir Quentin Blake explores challenging issues from mental health to the refugee crisis in his latest Hastings exhibtion.

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Rhythm of the Dance is a treat for fans of Celtic music & Irish dancing

The thunderous melody of twenty two pairs of shoes tapping in perfect synchronisation will fill the glorious Winter Garden when the celebrated show Rhythm of the Dance returns to Hastings on Saturday (July 15).

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Paul Praeger's winning photograph 'Flying'

Paul is flying high in photo competition

A local photographer has scooped the ‘Best in Show’ accolade at a Bexhill gallery’s first open photography competition.

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blackShed gallery in Robertsbridge

Artwork mirrors changes and political unrest

Photo-montage artist Julia Andrews-Clifford explores themes of feminism in British culture and advertising in a new show opening at the blackShed gallery from June 17.

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Local artists exhibit at Zoom Arts

Two local artists will showcase their work in a week long exhibition at Zoom Arts Gallery, Warrior Square Station, St Leonards, June 18-24, 9-6pm.

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Lion King performer will hold workshop in Hastings

A former student of The Hastings Stage Studio who is currently performing in the Disney West End hit The Lion King will be presenting a one day master class workshop with choreography from the show.

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Storytellers and artists needed for inventive project

Artists and storytellers are invited to get involved in a summer project being launched by MSL in partnership with Rock House.

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Betsie Field and her nan Jean in front of their exhibits

Art show - it’s a community celebration

The launch of the Celebration Art Show at Southwater Community Centre, St Leonards on Sea, attracted a large crowd to the Private View, held last Wednesday (May 24).

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From success in BGT to owning the stage at White Rock in Our House

Street dancing sensation George Sampson has been confirmed for the UK tour of award-winning musical Our House which comes to Hastings’ White Rock Theatre from September 19-23.

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Eric Slater's Martello Towers at Langney Point

Artist rediscovered on Antiques Roadshow

Antiques Roadshow picture expert Dendy Easton will open a new exhibition featuring a Seaford artist he helped save from obscurity.

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Murmurations Gallery in Bexhill have new show featuring work by Peter Haslam Fox

Watercolour art show’s diversity in Bexhill gallery

A new watercolours exhibition promises to add a Splash Of Colour to Murmurations Gallery in Bexhill.

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Sir Quentin Blake

Surprising work from Sir Quentin Blake at Jerwood

We all think we know the work of Sir Quentin Blake, but Jerwood Gallery’s new show - Quentin Blake: The Only Way To Travel (June 14 – October 15) - will certainly challenge that.

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Celebrate good times at art show

Artists and art lovers, make a date in your diaries and prepare to celebrate the fifteen year anniversary of the Southwater Area Community Centre with a Community-Based Art Show which takes place at the end of May.

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A fantastic day of art, music, food and poetry

Last year saw the Heart of Hastings Community Land Trust awarded a licence for neglected land where the Broomgrove Power Station once stood in the Ore Valley.

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A piece by printmaker Agata Read

New photo exhibition is full of engaging, innovative work

An exhibition highlighting alternative photographic processes is on show at the Murmurations Gallery in Bexhill from March 25 to April 9.

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