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The Temperance Seven on its 60th anniversary tour

The 1066 Jazz Club is “proud” to be part of the 60th anniversary tour of The Temperance Seven which comes to Azur on Thursday June 1.

Royal Blood. Picture by Andy Hughes

Royal Blood postpone ticket sale for Brighton gig

Sussex band Royal Blood have postponed the sale of tickets to their tour due to the ‘tragic events in Manchester’.

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Nigel Kennedy in Rye

Music talent will shine for festival

This May Bank holiday weekend kicked off early with the biggest selling violinist and musical genius Nigel Kennedy performing on Thursday evening as part of three stunning must-see world class concerts at St Mary’s Church, Rye.

Lucinda Williams

The long and winding road brings songwriter to Bexhill

One of America’s finest rock, folk, blues, and country music singer-songwriters performs at the De La Warr Pavilion this September.

Son Yambu

Heat and passion with Son Yambu in Robertsbridge

Son Yambu will bring some sizzle to our corner of East Sussex when the band plays at The Robertsbridge Club on Friday June 16 at 7.30pm.

Roger Moore pictured in September 1984 during the filming of A View To A Kill

Sir Roger Moore’s memorable James Bond lines

Former James Bond star Sir Roger Moore has died in Switzerland at the age of 89 after a short battle with cancer, his family has announced.

Polystyrene SUS-170805-124528001

Celebrating this passionate punk princess who was a true original

Highly Inflammable is waiting to explode under the dome in St Mary In The Castle, Hastings.

Sedlescombe organ recital

Music will have you dancing in the aisles

Andrew McGregor, one of the organists from Sedlescombe’s St John The Baptist church, will present a lively programme of music there called Dancing In The Aisles.

Tom Williams

How inspiration got Williams back on track

Another free live instore is coming from Music’s Not Dead favourite Tom Williams who will be playing tomorrow (Saturday May 27) from 4.30pm at the shop to celebrate the release of his new album All Change.

Rat Boy

Celebrating rich musical past and hope for future

Zooquarium is a new one-day festival taking place on award-winning Hastings Pier on Saturday July 15.

Stars From The Commitments at Hastings White Rock

Stars From The Commitments

If you remember the original heartwarming film then an evening with The Stars From The Commitments would be just the thing on Saturday May 27; they will be performing live at the White Rock Theatre in Hastings from 7.30pm.

members of Battle Choral Society

A breathtaking and triumphant evening of music

A piece of Mozart is always a pleasure. Four works on the same programme – beautifully performed – is sheer extravagance. At a packed and appreciative St John’s Church last week, Battle Choral Society gave us that glimpse of Heaven that music can sometimes achieve.

Robertsbridge artists at the Stade

Taking art out to a wider audience

From June 3-9 the Stade Hall, Hastings, again plays host to Robertsbridge-based arts collective RobArt.

Zoom Arts Galllery June show 2017

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.



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’.

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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.

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