Arts

Bernstein’s Trouble in Tahiti – Stage Left Project’s First Major Production by Tom Clarkson from Stage Left Project

This month sees our new Hastings-based theatre company, Stage Left Project, present a live performance of Leonard Bernstein’s one-act opera, Trouble in Tahiti, at the Kino Teatr, before we embark on a tour of the south-east celebrating the centenary of…
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Arts

Burning Bright: Gibson-Cowan’s Fearful Symmetry at the blackShed Gallery by Julia Mortimer

Ben Gibson-Cowan’s stunning photographic exhibition not only reveals to us a world of symmetry, but also allows us to see how it changes when our physical surroundings are viewed from multiple perspectives. I have an abiding memory of two London…
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Features

An Unhealthy Industry

AN UNHEALTHY INDUSTRY As reported, there is currently a campaign to stop the National Health Service being undermined - to the obvious probable detriment of people’s individual health. A large part of the government’s plan is to expand the role…
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Arts

Roland Jarvis, an Artist at Play – Coastal Currents Open Studio by A. Vasudevan, The Literary Shed

Japanese Golfer by Roland Jarvis The late Anglo–French artist Roland Jarvis considered art ‘play’ not work. ‘Play gives you a tremendous amount of freedom,’ he said. An artist, printmaker, filmmaker, horologist and engineer, Jarvis was a man of many talents.…
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