Reviews

Robyn Hitchcock

Kino-teatr May 19th.’ Reviewed by Keith Rodway Robyn Hitchcock is one of those names that has cropped up again and again in my life. Many years ago I was asked to contribute to a Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd tribute CD.…
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Reviews

The Square

Dir: Ruben Östlund Kino Teatr, St. Leonards Ostensibly a film about the chronic bullshit afflicting the upper echelons of the art world, this fascinating film gradually leads us, by way of cleverly-honed vignettes, down another path. It opens outside a…
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Reviews

A Necessary Woman

REVIEWED BY JULIA ANDREWS-LIFFORD A Necessary Woman Performed at the Kino-teatr ‘A Necessary Woman’ is a long overdue tribute to suffragette Emily Wilding Davison and all the important yet unrecognised women who have worked in Parliament – from the first female…
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Arts

Kevin at the Kino

Thursday 15th February,  BY EMMA HARWOOD His guitar playing has accompanied some of the greatest rock stars of our time, his songwriting credits appear on albums by the likes of David Bowie and Morrissey, and currently, as the guitarist for…
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Arts

Classical Music

CHRIS CORMACK REPORTS:  Hastings has a wealth of classical music talent, making 2018 a year splendidly rich in events that should enthuse us all. Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition (HIPCC) attracts the best young pianists from all over the world.…
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Arts

Morgan Creative Bring Philip McDonagh’s Crime and Punishment to Kino-teatr, 1–5 November 2017.

Morgan Creative Preview by Simone Witney Everything points to this being a hugely exciting performance. Luke Morgan reads Crime and Punishment every January and his passion is clearly shared by the rest of the cast. Together with Yvette Pique, the…
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