Reviews

Born To Run and Run

Warning: contains spoilers Springsteen on Broadway, The Walter Kerr Theatre NYC, 7th April 2018 Reviewed by Juniper Gavin It’s Saturday night on Broadway, New York City and I am 3,500 miles from my hometown of Hastings. I’m with a school…
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Coffin Club

Needing something weird to review in Hastings, I didn’t have to look far. Coffin Club is reviewed by Angelica Campion. Coffin Club at St Mary In The Castle, run by celebrants Kate Dyer and Kate Tym, wasn’t what I expected…
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Collaborators

Written by John Hodge Director Maureen Nelson Performed at the Stables 6th – 14th April Reviewed by Hugh Bryant I saw this play, directed by Maureen Nelson who is on the more radical wing of the small army of local…
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Lindisfarne

Lindisfarne at St. Mary in the Castle. Reviewed by Colin Gibson Newcastle folk rock band Lindisfarne has produced, in its various incarnations, an extraordinary collection of great material spanning almost fifty years, the vast proportion of which was penned by the…
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Posh Club

Reviewed by Angelica Campion Posh Club has arrived in Hastings. Produced by Duckie, the arts company with a social conscience, it’s already in Crawley, Hackney and Elephant & Castle and will soon be in Brighton too. Oh and it’s not…
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A Doll’s House

Written by Henrik Ibsen Performed at The Stables, Hastings. 9-17 March. Director: Sandra Tomlinson Review by Hugh Bryant What with the price of houses on the south coast, A Doll’s House seemed a good bet. Set in Norway, it was…
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