Arts & Screen
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10 fab things to do this week in 1066 country! From Friday February 15

1. Installation. The De La Warr Pavilion brings another cutting edge event to Bexhill on Friday February 15 from 8pm as part of the Outlands Touring Network. Ecstatic Material is a newly commissioned dynamic sound sculpture by musician and producer Beatrice Dillon and visual artist Keith Harrison. Tickets cost £6/£8 from or call 01424 229111.


All is True - Film review (4 out of 5)

There is a moment in this film when William Shakespeare (Kenneth Branagh) and the Earl of Southampton (Ian McKellen) recite the Bard’s sonnets to each other and it feels like an acting masterclass.

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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

Theatre and Comedy
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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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