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Sunday 25 October: Children’s Book Festival and Wagon Parade

October 25 @ 12:00 pm | Free
The Stade, The Stade
Hastings, TN34 3FJ United Kingdom
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Saturday 24 October: The Living Coast: A Virtual Reality Underwater Experience

October 24 @ 10:00 am | Free
Stade hall, 20 Rock-a-Nore Road
Hastings, East Sussex TN34 3DW United Kingdom
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Imagine being able to explore depths of the undersea world of The Living Coast, and experiencing the rich diversity of marine life of our unique chalk reef – without ever getting wet!

The Living Coast Undersea Experience allows everyone to do just that.

TLC Undersea Experience is an interactive and immersive, virtual reality experience – modelled on the ‘Beachy Head West’ Marine Conservation Zone (which runs along the coast between Brighton Marina and Beachy Head).

Created by locally-based artist Simon Wilkinson of C!RCA69 and Karen Poley of KP Projects CIC, working in partnership with The Living Coast Biosphere, Sussex IFCA & Sussex Wildlife Trust.

The Experience toured across The Living Coast into local schools, community centres, visitor centres, arts & other venues in a short pilot project in spring-early summer 2019. Fundraising is now in progress to continue the project.

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Friday 23 October: Gareth E Rees: Unofficial Britain

October 23 @ 8:00 pm | Free
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In this live online webinar, Hastings author and psychogeographer, Gareth E Rees, explores the secrets, historical echoes and hidden stories that cling to places we often pass through, oblivious.

Enter a familiar yet alien landscape of industrial estates and electricity pylons, of motorway service stations and haunted council houses, roundabouts and flyovers.

Gareth’s books include

Marshland: ‘Essential reading – a psychedelic trip into London’s secret wilderness.’ John Rogers

The Stone Tide: ‘A work of breathtaking originality.’ Psychogeographic Review

Car Park Life: ‘A retail park Heart of Darkness.’ John Grindrod, author of Outskirts

Unofficial Britain (to be released 17 September)

 

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Monday 19 to Thursday 22 October: Xanthe Gresham Knight: How to be a Kitchen Goddess

October 19 @ 8:00 pm - October 22 @ 9:00 pm | Free
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How to be a Kitchen Goddess

Tired of Fasts not Food? Thyme for Kitchen Goddess!
Xanthe’s up-beet, keep calm and carrot-on approach will totally transform your relation-chip to food.

Take a dollop of story from Egypt, Greece, Arabia, South America – whatever is fresh and available.
Knead in dates, spices and other choice ingredients.
Flambe with philosophy of the feminine variety.

Indulge!

A different story every evening from Monday to Thursday on Zoom, plus conversation.
These stories are a precursor to Xanthe’s new Goddess Festival.
Stories may be a little spicy, so only those age 16+ should indulge!
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Lettuce Celerybrate – From Inanna to Banana, from Isis to Piesis, Kitchen Goddess puts the fat back into folktale.’   PrincessCupcake@WhereFoodMeetsFable.

‘She speaks like a woman spitting jewels.’ Arts Council

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