• Film Screening: Bonnie & Clyde (15 (1967))

    Thursday 29th March - 6.45pm

    Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway star in Arthur Penn's 1967 lauded crime drama based on the true story of outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.

    In the 1930s, car thief Clyde (Beatty) teams up with Bonnie (Dunaway), the daughter of one of his victims, and together they become notorious bank robbers and Depression-era folk legends. They form a gang with Clyde's brother, Buck (Gene Hackman), Buck's wife, Blanche (Estelle Parsons), and gas station employee C.W. (Michael J. Pollard). When one of their robberies goes wrong, Clyde commits a murder and, with the police hot on their trail, the gangsters find themselves constantly on the run.

    The film received ten Oscar nominations, winning awards for Best Cinematography and Best Supporting Actress for Parsons.

    Doors: 6.45pm

    Start: 7.15pm

  • The Young'uns: The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff

    Thursday, 22nd March - Doors: 7.00pm Show Starts at 7.30pm

    Twice BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winners the Young’uns present a timely tale of a boy who walked out of poverty, a teenager who stood up to racism, a soldier who fought fascism and an old man who inspired a new generation. From the shadow of the Teesside shipyards, to the banks of the Thames. From Cable Street to the Spanish Civil War. Johnny Longstaff bore witness to some of the most defining moments of the early 20th century. Before he died, he recorded his story in words which were harrowing, hilarious, poignant, proud and ultimately uplifting. With their trademark harmony and humour the Teesside trio present an urgent suite of songs interwoven with Johnny’s own voice and rare images to tell an amazing story.

  • Hasting & Rother Area Music Centre Spring Concert

    Friday 23rd March - Doors open 7:00pm. Start 7:30pm

    200 East Sussex Music students from Hastings & Rother Area Music Centre present a Spring celebration concert with special guest appearance of East Sussex Academy of Music’s Session Band. Also featuring the Hastings & Rother Area Youth Wind Orchestra, Jazz & Blues Band, Youth Singers, Hastings Area Youth Guitar Orchestra, Recorder Consort, Paganini Violin Ensemble, Vivaldi String Orchestra and the Hastings & Rother Area Youth Symphony Orchestra.

    The evening’s concert will be an opportunity for East Sussex Music to celebrate the high levels of achievement of students aged 10 –19 from schools & colleges across Hastings & Rother.

    Tickets £6, Concessions £3

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.

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