BLACK HUTS FESTIVAL - NOVEMBER 1-3, 2013

Presented by Etruscan Books, with Patron Andrew Kötting.

Thorold Dickinson.jpegBlack Huts Festival builds on its hugely successful launch last year with an even
bigger and better set of events for 2013. We’re proud to be showing a selection
of films at the Electric Palace as part of the festival, including ‘Kötting’s
Kabinet
’ at 5pm and ‘Thorold Dickinson: Wartime and after’ (see right) at 8pm, both on
Sun 3rd November. See the full listings details for more information.

Other Black Huts events as follows [or download a PDF of the full programme]:

1st November // 7pm at The Beacon (Supper menu & Bar available)

BLACK HUTS GALA PERFORMANCE:

Trevor Watts & Veryan Weston: Saxophone, Piano.
A reading by John James and short films by Nichola Bruce. 67-68 St Mary’s
Terrace, (opposite steps of No. 12 St Mary’s Terrace) Hastings, TN34 3LS
Tickets £6/5: 01424 431305

2nd November // 2pm at The Beacon (Supper menu & Bar available)

LOVED LITTER OF TIME SPENT

A homage to poet Andrew Crozier with poetry readings by John James, John
Seed, Wendy Mulford, and John Hall. A contribution from Philip Crozier,
‘Slots in Arcadia: Andrew Crozier in Hastings’ looks at a family history in the
town going back to the middle of the nineteenth century and its effect on
Andrew’s poetry and sense of identity. Introduced by his editor Ian Brinton.
Tickets £6/5: 01424 431305

7pm at The Beacon (Supper menu & Bar available)

AMERICAN SMOKE

Iain Sinclair launches ‘American Smoke, Journeys to the End of the Light.’
The evening performance includes collaboration between saxophonist/voice
artist John Harle and sound designer Daniel Harle. John Hall reads from
‘Keepsache’, his companion volume to ‘Else Here.’ Plus screening of short
film: ‘The Girl and the Saw’ by Richard Heslop and Daniel Landin.
Tickets £6/5: 01424 431305

3rd November // 2pm at The Jerwood Gallery, Hastings

RANDOMETER* *AFTER AN IDEA BY NICHOLA BRUCE

Poets Wendy Mulford and special guest read from their work in response to
a film poem they have watched by two film makers, Louise Colbourne and
Richard Heslop.
Tickets £6/5: 01424 425809

INFORMATION

Tickets are available in advance online from this website, or on the door.
Doors and the bar open at 7.15pm, screenings start at 8pm.

More information

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