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10 great things to enjoy in 1066 country this week - from Friday March 15

1. Theatre. There are still performances of The Audience written by Peter Morgan at The Stables Theatre in Hastings on Friday March 15 and Saturday March 16 at 7.30pm. For 60 years Queen Elizabeth has met her prime ministers in private for a weekly audience at Buck House. Peter Morgan’s play which makes us privy to these confidential meetings is a work of informed imagination based on history, gossip and speculation. Major figures in our political life discuss game changing historical events with unexpected humanity, candour and even comedy. A Stables Theatre Production directed by France Viner. Tickets £13.50.

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Hastings Fat Tuesday: Umbrella Parade. Photo by Frank Copper. SUS-190402-115049001

10 great things to get this week rocking in 1066 country

1. Music. Do not miss the intense finals of the Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition at the White Rock Theatre on Friday March 1 from 7pm and Saturday March 2 from 6pm when the final six compete for prestige, prize and title. The finalists each perform with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Tickets from www.whiterocktheatre.org.uk or 01424 462288.

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London Philharmonic Orchestra at the Devonshire Park Theatre SUS-170602-142646001

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 www.onlineticketseller.com

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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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