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Looking Forward – West Exit

This Is Hastings was kindly invited to a preview night at West Exit (formerly The Crypt) which is set to officially open on March 30th. The entrance (now situated on Roberston Street, between Yates and General Havelock) could be missed, with its minimal branding and black exterior. The black walls soon merge with an impressive

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OTTI @ St Mary’s in the Castle

Wandering the streets & hills humming to himself, an inspired contemporary songwriter and performer, his intimate songs bloom with the beauty and tragedy of epic human stories. Otti Albietz was born in Malaga, Spain, and grew up traveling around Europe and Morocco with his brother, and parents. Remembering rivers, scrapyards, kiosks, pavements, stray dogs, smugglers,

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MELT YOURSELF DOWN @ THE PRINTWORKS

This Is Hastings is very excited to announce that on Saturday 2nd March, Melt Yourself Down are back in Hastings @ The Printworks for another dose of colour and noise. With intense, sweaty funk, uplifting horns and blistering Nubian drums, this tightly drilled unit will make you move. only a few tickets remaining @ DYKE &

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This Is Hastings Presents – Winter Wonderland @ The Printworks

This Is Hastings is very excited to announce that on Saturday December 22nd, for one night only The Printworks will be transformed into a Winter Wonderland! We’re teaming up with Dyke & Dean to put on the ultimate Christmas Party for the good people of Hastings. Tickets will be available to buy in Dyke &

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Looking Forward – HARMONICA @ The Printworks

The first floor of this unique listed building transformed into a den of retro electro future pleasure… A night of deliciously underground beats and major visuals in a fantastic new industrial venue. Eclectic music leading to a full on impossible not to dance clubnight dripping with dazzling imagery. Underground vibes, amazing visuals, late license. The

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Looking Forward – Outrageous Decadence Ball

This Is Hastings has our tickets for tomorrow’s impending Outrageous Decadence Ball. The Seaside Special fancy dress event will see revelers descend on St Leonards Masonic Hall, adorned in their most outrageous beach-themed gear – dress to the nines as a glamorous mermaid, or simply bring a volleyball called Wilson! With synchronized swimmers, knobbly knees

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Looking Forward – Diamond Jubilee Weekend

With yet another bank holiday extravaganza upon us, This Is Hastings has cherry picked a few diamond events for the first part of this Jubilee Weekend …

 
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Looking Forward – Hastings Burlesque Night

There will be corsets, stockings and heels aplenty this Saturday night, when An Evening of Burlesque hits the White Rock Theatre. Coming straight from the West End, the night promises a true variety experience. With music, dance, theatre, comedy and a bit of cheeky striptease. Join Amber Topaz, Kiki Kaboom, Chrys Columbine, Slinky Sparkles, Ginger

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This Is Hastings @ Tango Night

This is Hastings discovered the tango event rather late, so decided to split ranks this Saturday evening. Leaving Mr Hastings to enjoy Lianne Caroll at The Stade, Ms Hastings dashed up to Hastings Museum with no clue about the red and black dress code. Wearing a bright yellow dress Miss Hastings made her grand entrance

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This Is Hastings @ Hastings School Disco

This Is Hastings hit the streets to follow the trail of Hastings School Disco. Dotting bettween the Hastings Arms, Ye Olde Pumphouse, Revolver Lounge, The Tubman, The Pig In Paradise and Walkers before heading on up to the Brass Monkey.

 
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