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Hastings Fringe comes to RYE

Hastings Fringe comes to RYE near Camber, East Sussex

Below are upcoming Hastings Fringe comes to RYE events happening in Camber and the surrounding area. You can add your own events here.

Past Hastings Fringe comes to RYE near Camber, East Sussex

Below are past that have already happened in Camber and the surrounding area. You can add your own events here.

October 2017

Hastings Fringe comes to RYE

Theatre Production
Hastings Fringe comes to RYE
Friday, 6th October 2017, 7:30pm
to Sunday, 8th October 2017, 9:00pm
(3 day event)
Rye Creative Centre
New Road
TN31 7LS

Hastings Fringe in Rye, at the Rye Creative Centre. The shows are as follows:

Friday 6th 7.30pm: Mike Hatchard performs his one man show The cocktail Pianist.
Mike Hatchard performs the story of Bernard Halfpen - the almost invisible pianist at the Luton Skyport Hotel. As he plays his anodyne melodies, he reveals a dark past, and how he might have been a great concert pianist had fate not had other plans.
The original score reflects how Bernard overcomes an illogical fear of numbers, untimely seductions, too much education, a dabble into alcoholism, and an entirely understandable inability to cope with the pressure of piano competitions. Always musically compelling, frequently amusing, but often deeply serious and tender.

Saturday 7th 7.30pm: Highly Inflammable funded by Arts Council England, written by local writer Cheryl White, a play set in two equally explosive eras – 1977 and post-Brexit Britain – Highly Inflammable tells the story of a teenage friendship ruined by intolerance, racism and idealism - all set to the music of Poly Styrene. Directed by Jonny Magnanti - a local experienced professional actor/director, Jonny has really done a stint at the National Theatre.

Sunday 8th October 7.30pm: Seven Seconds Sandy, a young teenage girl, is killed in a tragic road accident. Good girl or bad? Saint or sinner? Her family and friends know the whole story. Or do they?
Written by local writer/director and founder of professional Hastings based theatre company Theatre Nation (Paris Snow the musical), Patrick Kealey.
After studying English Literature at St Catherine’s College Cambridge Patrick worked as a freelance actor, director and writer for over thirty years.

Seven Seconds feature local professional actress Hayley-Marie Axe

Seven Seconds audience quote from professional actress/producer Emily Carding: "moving and thought provoking piece by Patrick Kealey with extraordinary direction and some stunning performances - 'Seven Seconds'. Congratulations to everyone involved"

You can book single tickets or we are offering a weekend pass to see all 3 shows for only £25.

Book tickets here:


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