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Eclectic influences and a riot of colour in Zoom art show

Expect a riot of colour, challenging ideas and exciting contrasts of textures when Anna Bachene’s solo exhibition Secrets and Stories arrives at Zoom Arts Gallery, Warrior Square Station, St Leonards.

Vintage Trouble at DLWP

LA band brings summer tour to De La Warr Pavilion

Vintage Trouble is about to unleash its incendiary live show with a full UK and European tour this summer.

Hastings Philharmonic Chirstmas concert at St Mary In The Castle SUS-160712-104021001

Promise fulfilled by performance

When Marcio da Silva announced last year that Hastings Philharmonic was launching a fully professional symphony orchestra for the South East it seemed a risky undertaking; yet here we are, and the evidence of success was fully formed at St Mary in the Castle last Saturday.

Console Corner: Injustice 2 review

Console Corner: Injustice 2 review

No sense of Injustice here.

Charlie Hunnam in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

Film review - King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (4 out of 5)

I like Guy Ritchie’s direction. His, comparatively, short list of films tend to have similar techniques that set him aside.

TV and Film


The hero volunteers who have transformed a home in just nine days got to see what their hard work will mean to the family who live there at the DIY SOS ‘Big Reveal’.

News 3
Glenys Jacques, Rebecca Marshall and son Omeros try out the new seats at the Electric Palace Cinema SUS-170905-114600001

Hastings cinema’s electrifying new seats

The Electric Palace Cinema in Hastings Old Town has been transformed thanks to a local initiative that resulted in the installation of 48 stunning 1930s gold chairs.

TV and Film
Totally Tina

Tina Turner tribute in Southsea

Totally Tina comes to Southsea’s Kings Theatre on Thursday, May 25.

Salvage Hunters

Salvage Hunters comes to Sussex – and its producers need your help

Producers behind the popular TV show Salvage Hunters are on the hunt for quirky finds ahead of the show coming to Sussex.

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.

James Backway in War Horse at the New London Theatre. Photo by Brinkhoff M�genburg SUS-170517-152438001

World famous show War Horse announces Sussex date during UK tour

The cast has been announced for the The National Theatre’s acclaimed production of War Horse which will stop off at the Brighton Centre early next year.

Theatre and Comedy
Wholewheat Spaghetti with Cherry Tomatoes. The Vegetarian Society

Quick and simple vegetarian recipes

National Vegetarian Week May 15 - 21 is all about getting stuck in and going veggie for the week.

Eating Out
Royal Blood. Picture by Andy Hughes

Royal Blood confirm Brighton gig

Sussex band Royal Blood have announced they will stop off in Brighton as part of their tour.

Whats on
Beans on Toast

Hastings: Beans On Toast stands up for our pubs!

Essex-born folk songwriter Beans On Toast takes to the road on a tour of some of the UK's “finest boozers” and local pubs, including The Tub in Hastings in May 20.

Stacey Kent at Rye Jazz Festival SUS-170516-130031001

Soaring talent in a stunning setting as top names perform in St Mary’s

This May Bank holiday world class artistes are set to delight music lovers at St Mary’s Church in Rye.

Maximo Park SUS-170516-115058001

Crowd-pleasers and high spirits from Maximo Park

Alternative rock band Maxïmo Park need no introduction, but they’re getting one.

La Boheme at the White Rock Theatre SUS-170105-135229001

Flaws in La Boheme down to the finer details

Although Hastings is reasonably close to London, it is still something of an effort to attend professional opera in the capital; all the more reason then to welcome touring productions to the White Rock Theatre.

Whats on
Orchestral Maneovres In The Dark

Beloved synth/pop band which has blazed a trail through the decades

Tickets go on sale this morning (Friday) for OMD, the English New Wave/synthpop band - more fulsomely known as Orchestral Maneoevres In The Dark - from the 1980s which achieved huge success with hits such as Enola Gay and Joan of Ark.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Much munching from Caterpillar

The timeless and endearing family classic The Very Hungry Caterpillar will eat its way off the page and onto the De La Warr Pavilion stage this May Bank Holiday Weekend.

Theatre and Comedy
Cut (2015)

Hastings photocollage artist on redefining the male gaze

A Hastings artist talks to Charlotte Harding about her latest exhibition.

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