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There are still some spaces left for BEASTIE by Lone Twin next weekend!

Storytelling comes to life as kids (6-10) play the lead in their own outdoors adventure with the magical Beastie.

Tickets are only £6 during the festival, instead of the usual price of £15 so its a great opportunity to join in at a discounted rate.

“A triumph… theatrical magic”
–The Times There’s a creature on the loose in Hastings!
Let your children’s imaginations run wild at this fantastic kids workshop.

Six special workshops for kids: Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 September – £6

Saturday 2nd September 10 – 11.30am
BOOK HERE – goo.gl/6U5DsV
Saturday 2nd September 1 – 2.30pm
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Saturday 2nd September 4 – 5.30pm
BOOK HERE – goo.gl/UJWsm4

Sunday 3rd September 10 – 11.30am
BOOK HERE – goo.gl/9i9ynU
Sunday 3rd September 1 – 2.30pm
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Sunday 3rd September 4 – 5.30pm
BOOK HERE – goo.gl/YfdzVH
Capacity is limited to just 12 per workshop so book in advance.

Who’s that hiding around the corner?
What’s that moving on the beach?
Did you just see what I saw?

Take a magical adventure with Lone Twin who last visited Hastings with their spectacular Boat Project in 2013.

Inspired by the imagination of young people, Beastie is an innovative participatory performance for children aged 6 – 10.

Beastie is a special experience for children only, so parents will need to drop off their child at the Stade Hall (the starting location) and then pick them up 90 minutes later. The kids share a jaw-dropping secret and take charge as they create their own stories and explore their surroundings hand-in-hand with a very special new friend.

The result is a playful, active and engaging experience for small groups of 12 children, accompanied by chaperones at all times. Beastie outings will involve the children going outside so please provide appropriate clothing and dress for the weather!

Directed by Gregg Whelan and Gary Winters, Lone Twin are acclaimed for making an ever diverse range of intimate, hopeful and entertaining projects. Beastie combines this extensive theatrical experience with Gregg and Gary’s work writing for children’s television.

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Hear Now - An evening with Trevor Watts & Veryan Weston

Sep 22, 8:00pm - Sep 22, 10:00pm

Kino-Teatr
43-49 Norman Road
Saint Leonards,  TN38 0EQ Map

HEAR NOW An evening with Trevor Watts & Veryan Weston
FREE, Seats limited so reservation is a must.

SOLD OUT!
If you have tickets you will not be making use of please email admin@sweetanddandy.co.uk so we can pass them on.

A new film by Mark French featuring a legendary performance by musicians Trevor Watts, Veryan Weston, Hannah Marshall and Alison Blunt. Recorded at Café Oto earlier this year and re-mixed by Trevor to make an extraordinary new piece of music.
This is followed by a live performance of Trevor & Veryan’s “Quantum Illusion” project. As a duo they have been at the cutting-edge of improvised music for many decades, from Trevor’s inception of the Spontaneous Music Ensemble in the 60’s to recent collaborations demonstrated in the accompanying film.

Free music at its most visceral and tender, a roller coaster ride of note perfect emotions.

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Monsters of the Deep: Sea Monster Band

Sep 24, 1:00pm - Sep 24, 3:00pm

Warrior Square, St Leonards on Sea, TN37 6, United Kingdom Map

WARRIOR SQUARE CONVENIENCES
Join us each weekend for a performance atop the public toilets at Warrior Square - seafront side of the main road. Some are durational and some are repeated but all will make you see this unused space in a new light.

LOUISE ASHCROFT - Monsters of the Deep: Sea Monster Band

In early maps of the world, drawings of sea monsters signified unknown marine territory, and since the beginning of cinema, such creatures have been rife in Hollywood. Today these beasts are experiencing a cultural renaissance, as images of washed-up monsters frequently go viral online.

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If you’re a local musician or band who would like to take part please email monstersofthedeephastings@gmail.com

Louise Ashcroft has exhibited at The Government Art Collection, Latitude Festival, Arebyte, AVU Prague, TEDx Hackney, Turner Contemporary, Modern Art Oxford and comedy festival The Boring Conference. She studied at Oxford University, Birkbeck and The Royal College of Art and was recently in residence at Tate Modern and Camden Arts Centre. Louise makes live performances, videos and installations reflecting upon cultural behaviours and traditions.

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