How can life go on? is the theme for Holocaust Memorial Day 2017.
The aftermath of the Holocaust and of subsequent genocides continues to raise challenging questions for individuals, communities and nations. HMD 2017 asks audiences to think about what happens after genocide and of our own responsibilities in the wake of such a crime. This year’s theme is broad and open ended, there are few known answers.
Entry is free, but by ticket only. These tickets can be collected at Hastings Tourist Information.
A Film and Concert to raise funds for The Cyril and Lillian Bishop Lifeboat
Campaign to restore former Hastings Lifeboat the Cyril and Lillian Bishop to its former glory. The boat is known as The Ghost of Dunkirk due to the role she played in the war-time evacuation.The event runs from 7.15pm - 11pm and features live music from Jiggery Pokery, The Salts , RX Shanty Men, Harmony One and Now and Then.
Occupying an intriguing space somewhere between anthemic rock, chilled ambient and nu-jazz, McCallum’s music allows Connolly to draw on her Irish folk influences with songs of birth and death, social struggle, motherhood and broken hearts. All delivered with a compelling emotional honesty and raw urgency against McCallum’s sublime electronic textures. A Music Net Tour presented by Root Music and Band on the Wall.
St Mary in the Castle is a unique historical building located on the seafront in hastings. It hosts live entertainment and exhibitions and can be hired for Weddings, photo shoots, film sets, as well as providing a location for community events. St Mary in the Castle is a registered charitable trust.