Budding Butterworth

Darling Buds of May actor Tyler Butterworth tells the funny, moving and unashamedly nostalgic story of his much-loved parents, the nation’s first female TV impressionist Janet Brown and the inimitable Carry On star Peter Butterworth. With classic film and tv clips, rare photographs and a Q&A. 

Kino Hawkhurst on 25 November and Kino Rye on 2 December. Watch a trailer here


Midnight at the Museum 

Kate Hulme has been awarded nearly £15,000 through Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants for Midnight at the Museum, a Hastings Museum & Art Gallery project.

It’s a is a new storytelling and well-being activity for children that runs this autumn and winter. 

To sign up for Midnight at the Museum packs, children’s parents or guardians should visit midnightatthemuseum.co.uk


Buddhists for Climate Action

Local members of Soka Gakkai are hosting an art exhibition with the main theme; ‘Climate Action’ at the Stade on the weekend of November 20 and 21. Soka Gakkai is a socially-engaged, global Buddhist movement dedicated to the promotion of education, peace and culture, formed in 1930.

Submissions have been made by local members and friends of members. Entry is free. Opening times: 10-4pm. Instagram: creativekosenrufu


New Arrival

London and Wiltshire émigré Jenny Pollitt is introducing her Lane House Arts organisation to St Leonards with an exhibition A Sense of Place at Electro Studios Project Space at the end of November.

A former Film and TV producer, Jenny formed Lane House Arts in 2008 to specialise in contemporary art, ceramics, sculpture and prints. Their mission is to “seek out, encourage and support emerging talent; represent and promote established artists; offer Art consultancy services and advice and curate exhibitions of exciting, unique and original work.”

See www.lanehousearts.co.uk for details.


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