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10 great things to do this week in Eastbourne - from Friday February 8

1. Theatre. Printers Playhouse in Grove Road has its own resident Am Dram group which presents its very first production Playtime on Friday February 8 and Saturday February 9 from 7pm. This will be a cabaret of comedy sketches, characterisation and silliness; ticket price includes a glass of bubbly. In The Playhouse. 7 pm. Tickets £10 are available from

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Top ten things to do in 1066 country from Friday February 8

1. Comedy. The world’s only stand-up comedy interactive live-action video game The Dark Room comes to Blackmarket VIP, George Street, on Friday February 8. Australian comic John Robertson’s show is impro comedy fused into a rock’n’roll retro game where the audience helps decide the outcome. Originally an interactive YouTuber series with 4 million YouTube views. Robertson’s manic talent for improvisation creates an exhilarating world of fun, fear, nostalgia and terrible prizes where no two shows are the same. Show starts at 8pm. Tickets are £10 available at Hastings Tourist Information, or £12 on the door.

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10 great things to do this week in 1066 country - starting Friday January 25

1. Talk. Rockers And Roadies will entertain at Kino-Teatr in Norman Road, St Leonards, on Friday January 25 at 7.30pm. Join ex-roadies Phil John and Crystal Taylor with special guest Mick Bolton (ex-keyboard player with Mott the Hoople and Dexy’s Midnight Runners) for an evening of tall tales and amusing anecdotes taken from years on the road in the 70s and 80s with different bands including Mott The Hoople, Queen and David Bowie. Using film and photographs they give an insider’s view of life in the fast lane. Hosted by Andy Gunton. Tickets £12.

Theatre and Comedy
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10 great things to do this week in 1066 country - from Friday January 18

1. Art. From January 19, Jerwood Gallery in Hastings will premiere previously unseen and new works by critically acclaimed artist Nigel Cooke in an exhibition entitled Painter’s Beach Club. The show is something of a homecoming for Cooke - who mixes music, the weather and memories of growing up in Manchester to create his work - as Hastings is where he first had his paintings shown as a professional artist.

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