Category: Review

Live music, entertainment, and events in Hastings

The Haystingers put the ‘oo’ in Hillbilly Boogie

If there’s a band you need to have on your radar in Hastings right now it’s The Haystingers.   By a country mile they’re the real deal when it comes…
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Afro Celt Sound System (photos) – De La warr Pavilion

The mighty Afro Celt Sound System is a must-see experience. Blending so many musical styles and genres and retaining each individual flavour is a real skill, and they have perfected…
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The Dhol Foundation (photos): De La Warr Pavilion

The Dhol Foundation quickly had the Bexhill crowd up and out of their seats with their infectious rythmns. You could fail to feel the power of their unique fusion of…
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Benjamin Zephania gets White Rock dancing in the aisles

Arriving a little after the start of the show we slipped into our seats for the precursor to the main Hastings Storytelling Festival event – the new Hammer and Tongue…
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Billy Bragg – reviewed by The Stinger

Our friends over at The Stinger have just written this great piece on Sunday’s Billy Bragg gig over in Bexhill – head over and give it a read!

Pama International – 54-46 Was My Number (Video)

Pama International – 54-46 Was My Number

Henri Herbert & The Fury – photos

Henri Herbert and The Fury Tonight was a real treat for the senses as the Albion was set on fire by the honky-tonk keyboard skills of ex-Jim Jones Review ivory-maestro,…
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Hastings Voodoo Fest 2017

Get down to Hastings on Halloween and this annual end-of-the-season Voodoo Fest party will get your backbone twitching and put a massive grin on your blood-stained face. The extended zombie-pub…
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Public Service Broadcasting plus Palace: DLW Pavilion, Oct 2017

    When Public Service Broadcasting come to town there is only one option – grab a ticket FAST! The car park at De La Warr Pavilion in Bexill was…
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UK Subs vs Otway: Hastings celebrity deathmatch at The Fountain

In a no-holds-barred Thursday night tussle, two-times pop starlet John Otway toook on the challenge of following a crow-laden set of post-punk folk-modernism from UK Subs frontman Charlie Harper. in…
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