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Coming soon: Docfest - The Kino-Teatr Documentary Film Festival

Wednesday October 6th - Sunday October 10th

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The Servant (new 4k restoration release)

UK 1963, 12, 116 mins, drama

Adapted from Robin Maugham’s short story with a screenplay by Harold Pinter, The Servant stars Dirk Bogarde in the title role, alongside James Fox, Sarah Miles and Wendy Craig.


Cited by Bong Joon Ho as one of five films that influenced his masterpiece Parasite, The Servant is considered ahead of its time for its ambitious cinematography and its exploration of class and sexual politics in 1960s Britain. 

It boasts stunning cinematography from Douglas Slocombe, a fantastic soundtrack by composer John Dankworth and is considered by many to be one of the greatest British films of the last century.

Wednesday September 29th at 7.30pm & Sunday October 3rd at 2pm 

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s 

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The Medical Grade Music Roadshow:

Steve Davis and Kavus Torabi - Q&A with Ben Thompson

The Medical Grade Music Roadshow

Steve Davis and Kavus Torabi - Q&A with Ben Thompson

Readings from Michael Smith, Lias Saoudi (of Fat White Family), Ade Peachment and the Ghost Books

DJ - Riz Maslen

In association with White Rabbit Books, Southcoast Don Arden and Printed Matter 

Thursday September 30th at  7.30pm

Tickets £10



US/Japan/France/Germany/Switzerland/Belgium 2021, 15, 139 mins, music, drama  

A 2021 musical psychological drama directed by Leos Carax, with a screenplay by Ron Mael and Russell Mael of Sparks, and Carax, from an original story, music and songs by the band.


The film tells the story of a stand-up comedian (Adam Driver) and his opera singer wife (Marion Cotillard) and how their lives are changed when they have their first child. Simon Helberg and Devyn McDowell also star.

‘Bonkers but beautiful musical fantasy‘ Mark Kermode, The Guardian

Friday October 1st at 3pm & 7.30pm & Saturday October 2nd at 3pm & 7.30pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s

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DocFest: Faith i Branko documentary

Special screening + Q&A

UK 2021, 82 mins, music

Special screening and  Q&A.

The opening documentary for this year's DocFest in the aftermath of their successful performance of the Faith i Branko Quartet at Kino-Teatr. Premiered this year at the DocFest at Sheffield, the film chronicles  the personal and professional relationship of British accordionist Faith Elliott and Serbian Roma violinist Branko Ristic, a married couple who are also part of a musical combo. Director Catherine Harte spent seven years with Faith and Branko, observing as their relationship turned into a career, but not without some hardships along the way.

Faith had travelled to Serbia in the hope of recruiting gypsy musicians for a band. She became smitten with the shy Branko, who doesn’t speak much English but has played violin from the age of five and became a virtuoso musician.  After they married, Branko and Faith headed to England as the band developed an international following on the road.

Wednesday October 6th at  7.30pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s


DocFest: The Wall of Shadows + Q&A

 Poland/Germany/Switzerland 2020, PG, 94 mins

The UK premiere of  The Wall of Shadows with a special Q&A with director Director Eliza Kubarska and producer Monika Braid

When a Sherpa family is asked by a group of westerners to lead a trek up the never-conquered east wall of the  Kumbhakarna Mountain in Nepal, they’re confronted with a dilemma. Not only is the summit reputed to be more challenging than Mount Everest, but according to the local Kirant religion, it’s a sacred mountain that is not supposed to be ascended. While the father would like to earn the money necessary for his son’s education, the mother is adamant that they shouldn’t hike God’s body. Director Eliza Kubarska follows the expedition after the family agrees to guide the three foreigners, negotiating as best they can the pressure to finish the climb, the dangerous conditions and their own religious beliefs. 

Thursday October 7th at  7.30pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s

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DocFest: The Most Beautiful Boy in the World

 Sweden 2021, 15, 93 mins 

A 2021 documentary film about Björn Andrésen and the effects of fame thrust upon him when he appeared in Luchino Visconti's 1971 film, Death in Venice. Andrésen was just 16 when the film came out, and was unprepared for instantly becoming an international celebrity.

'It would be nice to think Visconti was like Wilde’s Lord Henry Wootton, passionately engaged with and exalted by Dorian Gray’s beauty. Instead, Visconti seems to have shrugged and moved on to the next thing, leaving Andrésen to a chaotic afterlife of recording pop songs in Japan.’ Four stars - The Guardian

‘His film has real purpose as it examines societal attitudes to beauty and exploitation' Screen Daily

Friday October 8th at  4pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s

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DocFest: Ahead of the Curve

US 2020, 12A, 98 mins

Ahead of the Curve is a 2020 American biographical documentary co-produced and co-directed by Jen Rainin and Rivkah Beth Medow, with music composed by Meshell Ndegeocello. The film is based on the true story of Franco Stevens, one of the most influential women in lesbian history, and the founding publisher of Curve Magazine, a leading international lesbian lifestyle magazine.


The film chronicles the outrageous adventures of Franco Stevens and charts the course of how far LGBTQ+ women have come in the last 30 years, inspiring audiences to champion community and visibility by centering Franco’s story within this history.


‘Ahead of the Curve dares to both honour this pioneering magazine’s place in LGBT+ history and interrogate its relevance today’ - Little White Lies


‘Insightful, stimulating, empowering’ - The Queer Review

This film is both a celebration of identity and a call to support the modern queer community

Friday October 8th at  7.30pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s


DocFest: All My Life's Buried Here: The Story of George Butterworth + Director Stewart Hajdukiewicz Q&A

UK 2019, 97 mins

The film tells the story of the English composer, folk song collector and country dancer George Butterworth who was killed during the Battle of the Somme aged just 31. 

George Butterworth was a leading member of a radical group of composers in the Edwardian years whose music was profoundly influenced by the traditional music of the English rural working class. On his death Butterworth left behind a glowing reputation and a handful of exceptional musical compositions, including such still-popular works as 'The Banks of Green Willow' and 'Rhapsody, 'A Shropshire Lad'' and impressive personal collection of over 300 English folk songs, tunes and dances. 


Now, a century on and for the first time in a documentary film, with a treasure trove of never-before-seen archival material & evocative new footage, using the testimony of his contemporaries, expert commentators and music by a host of talented singers and musicians, it is time to tell George Butterworth's story, listen to his music afresh and reconsider his brief but remarkable life.

Saturday October 9th at  4pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s


DocFest: Roger Hubbard: A Documentary

UK 2021, 45 mins, music

Directed by a Rye Director Joe Snelling, this is the story of Brighton born, Hastings based musician Roger Hubbard, one of the major exponents of early blues and slide guitar. In the 1960s he started his own blues clubs in Lewes and Brighton where, along with regulars, Sam Mitchell and Dick Wardell, there were guest performances by Jo-Ann Kelly, Dave Kelly, Simon Prager, Steve Rye, Bob Hall and Graham Hine and Andy Fernbach.


Roger Hubbard’s first album ‘BrightBlues’, recorded by Nick Perls for his US label Blue Goose in 1970, gained critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic, leading Rolling Stone writer Timothy Ferris to suggest ‘he could be one of the most exciting acoustic guitarists to come along since John Fahey’.


During the course of his exceptionally successful career, Roger has worked closely with big names such as Eric Clapton, John Lennon, David Bowie & Chris Rea  This fascinating, intimate documentary reflects on the musician’s life and charts what happens next!

Saturday October 9th at 8pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s


DocFest: M.C.Escher - Journey To Infinity 

Holland 2018, PG, 81 mins

M.C. Escher: Journey To Infinity is the story of world famous Dutch graphic artist M.C Escher (1898-1972).  Part history, part psychology and psychedelia, Robin Lutz’s entertaining, eye-opening portrait gives us the man through his own words and images: diary musings, excerpts from lectures, correspondence and more are voiced by the great Stephen Fry, while Escher’s woodcuts, lithographs and other print works appear in both original and playfully altered form.

‘The film very usefully shows how he was a passionate romantic at heart, and how his work was shaped by his initial, abandoned training as an architect, his European travels as a young man, his rapture at the dense architecture of small Italian towns, the intricately recurring tiled motifs of the Alhambra in Spain, and the music of JS Bach’ Peter Bradshaw - The Guardian

Sunday October 10th at 1pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s

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DocFest: Santiago Rising + Q&A with director Nick MacWilliam

UK 2021, 15, 89 mins, subtitles in English & Spanish

A 2021 documentary that chronicles the Chilean capital's massive protests in late 2019 over the economic inequality engulfing the country. Filmed during the weeks after the protests began, Santiago Rising meets social movements, protesters and ordinary people in their struggle for equality and human rights. The film charts the build-up to the historic vote, in October 2020, that saw Chileans vote for a new constitution to replace the one imposed during the brutal Pinochet dictatorship.


Santiago Rising emphasises the prominent role of music and art in political dissent. We also see the state’s attempts to crush the protest movement through a violent police crackdown. Although the odds are stacked against them, Chileans find strength in unity as they fight to overcome Pinochet’s enduring legacy.


Directed and produced by Nick MacWilliam. Co-Producer Pablo Navarrete. Associate Producer Marcella Via.

Sunday October 10th at 4pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s

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Josephine Davies (saxophone) with James Maddren (drums) & Ollie Brice (double bass)

Winner of the 2019 Parliamentary Award ‘Jazz Instrumentalist of the year’, Josephine Davies is a musical artist at the forefront of the UK contemporary music scene, pushing the boundaries of jazz with her current main artistic project Satori – a sax/bass/drums trio with an emphasis on extended and collaborative improvisation.


It is a project that combines her seeking of freedom of expression with her interest in Japanese philosophy and lifestyle. Now becoming equally known as a composer, her unique voice is a blend of classical, jazz and folk music, creating an intensely dynamic sound infused with the Nordic quality of her Shetland roots.


Deeply influenced by the American composer Maria Schneider, Josephine was resident composer and tenor player for the London Jazz Orchestra from 2011-2016, and now has her own big band ‘The Enso Ensemble’.


As a saxophonist she is known for her melodic focus, versatility and unique style which has been described as “consistently inventive” (Jazzwise Magazine), “strong and authoritative” (The JazzMann) and “with winning immediacy” (MOJO Magazine).

Thursday October 14th at 7.30pm

Tickets £12 

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The Velvet Underground 

US 2021, 15, 110 mins, music documentary

A 2021 documentary directed and produced by Todd Haynes that follows the band The Velvet Underground.

The Velvet Underground created a new sound that changed the world of music, cementing its place as one of rock ’n’ roll’s most revered bands. The film shows just how the group became a cultural touchstone representing a range of contradictions: the band is both of their time, yet timeless; literary yet realistic; rooted in high art and street culture.

The film features in-depth interviews with the key players of that time combined with a treasure trove of never-before-seen performances and a rich collection of recordings, Warhol films and other experimental art that creates an immersive experience into what founding member John Cale describes as the band's creative ethos - How to be elegant and how to be brutal.

Friday October 15th at 3pm & 7.30pm & Saturday October 16th at 3pm

Tickets £10/ £9 Concessions/ £8 Under 16s 

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Hastings Early Music Festival: Tabea Debus

3pm Concert


2.30pm Artists in Conversation


Hastings Early Music Festival presents emerging young artist Tabea Debus. Described by The Times as a charismatic virtuoso, Tabea is constantly exploring the horizons of music for recorder and has performed widely across Europe, Asia, Colombia and the USA. She is a YCAT artist, regular guest on the BBC Radio 3’s In Tune and Early Music Show, and has released five solo discs to date. She is joined by Jon Rees on viol and Lynda Sayce on lute to perform music by Handel, Monteverdi, Corelli, Purcell, Dowland, Merula, Bach and more, in her acclaimed programme Ohrwurm.


Now in its fifth year, Hastings Early Music Festival bringing international performers to Hastings for concerts at Kino Teatr and St Mary in the Castle.  The Festival aims to venture beyond traditional classical music boundaries, bridging the gap between audiences and performers through ‘Artists in Conversation’. We hear the musicians talk about their approach to the music, how they develop their interpretation and explore the composers sound world on historical instruments.  Included is a Q & A led by Festival artistic director violinist Jane Gordon. 

Sunday October 17th at 2.30pm

Tickets £20/ £18 Concessions/ £15 Under 16s

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The Bavard Bar

The Bavard Bar. "A delightful blend of TED, comedy and Radio 4. Sort of."


Three passionate speakers. Three distinct passions. From meteorites to crop circles, circuit-bending to the James Bond theme on Kazoo, you never know what you're going to hear as passions are kept secret until the night.

Interspersed with nonsense including the KP Lite, Oojah Kappivvy and Bohemia Road, plus brand new feature 'Make it Stop’. With music from Piano Man Dan playing songs themed around the night's passions, bav-artistry from Maria O’Neill, a virtual Ted the Drum and all hosted by MC Tim B'vard.

The Bavard Bar. "Avoiding life’s questions to give you the answers." 

Wednesday October 20th at 7.30pm

Tickets £10 

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Free Event

Rebecca Youssefi : Traces 3

An interdisciplinary drawing process, combining aerial dance and fine art. The third in the Traces series, exploring themes of transformation, presence and embodied self. Rebecca performs on aerial rope, using the tail of the rope to create an ephemeral drawing on the floor. This work states the right to fully inhabit ones body, rest within ones own skin, and embraces metamorphosis and restoration, through destruction and creation.


Those observing are invited to illuminate the piece with their own torches.


Traces is an ongoing series, which will continue to evolve over time. Traces 1 was presented at the Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London, 2019, and Traces 2 took place at the Gulbenkian Arts Centre, Canterbury, 2020.


Rebecca Youssefi is a multidisciplinary artist, working across the mediums of moving image, installation, live movement and painting, and has exhibited at many notable spaces in the UK, Europe and USA. She recently graduated with a MA in fine art from University for the Creative Arts, and is currently further developing Traces with support from Arts Council England.


Supported by Coastal Currents Arts Festival 2021.

Thursday October 21st at 7.30pm


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Hunter Muskett

Chris George, Terry Hiscock and Doug Morter formed Hunter Muskett in 1969 whilst still at college. Within a year they were signed by Decca producer Kim Margolis and booked into the company’s West Hampstead studios alongside bassist Danny Thompson. The album ‘Every Time You Move’ Decca Nova SDN20 (vinyl only) was released in October 1970. The trio, complemented by bass and strings, played acoustic guitars on all 12 tracks, 11 of which were band originals. Over time albums on the Decca Nova label gained ‘collectable’ status; of these ‘Every Time You Move’ was the rarest.


With the coming of the internet a number of bootlegs duly appeared. Finally in 2009, Cherry Red records released the first official CD of the album. Then in 2010, the four Musketteers decided to meet up again for the first time in 30-odd years and a ‘one-off’ performance was arranged at The Aspinall Arms near Clitheroe. This led to new dates, new songs and another album ‘That Was Then, This Is Now’ (Limefield, 2013).  The new CD was made at Limefield Studio, Manchester, helped along by the likes of Paul Burgess, Jerry Donahue and Ray Jackson. Ten of the eleven songs were band originals.

Thursday October 21st at 8pm

Tickets £12 


The Whalebone Box - With Live Soundtrack

UK 2019, 12A, 89 mins, documentary drama

For one night only - with live soundtrack by Andrew & Eden Kötting, Oliver Cherer, Riz Maslen & Simon Charterton.

The compelling tale of a quest to return an artwork to the Outer Hebrides after 30 years.

***** Fantastically-inventive arthouse production.
***** With such a tender, beating heart, this is in some ways Kötting's most unexpectedly accessible work.
***** Intriguing, sometimes baffling, a bit preposterous, but pregnant with ideas.
***** Even when Kötting is at his most mannered there's still something magnetic about his work.
***** The Whalebone Box weaves a hypnotic tapestry of the mystical and the mundane, of the power of legend and the impact of man upon his environment.

Friday October 22nd at 7.30pm

Tickets £15 

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Coffee Concert: Ida Pelliccioli (piano)

Ida Pelliccioli

Beethoven and influences

Sunday October 24th at 11am

Tickets £12 include coffee and croissant


'Sound Bath' Session with Julia Scott Russell

Join Crystal Sound Therapy practitioner, Julia Scott-Russell, in discovering the benefits of crystal sound for your health and wellbeing. Experience the calming sounds of Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls. Sit or lie back on chair or mat, whilst Julia gently eases you into experiencing a ‘sound bath’. Starting with a few minutes of guided focus, Julia will help you to ‘just be’ without the need to ‘do’ anything. The remainder of Julia’s ‘Halcyon Sounds’ experience will be filled with different tonal frequencies from some of Julia’s personal collection of Alchemy bowls. 

Please note:

- This event is not suitable for anyone who has/had epilepsy at any point in their life, has an artificial pacemaker or cochlear implant(s) or are less than 12 weeks pregnant. Also to note, the sound vibrations may be felt more in replacement joint(s), metal plate(s) or metal implant(s). 

- We want you to have the best possible experience, due to nature of the event, no late admittance once we have started, please arrive 10 minutes before.

- Feel free to bring a mat, pillow and blanket to feel warm and snug. Chair are available. There are a limited number of yoga mats and pillows, so feel free to bring your own. 

Wednesday October 27th at 4.30pm

Tickets £14 

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Alexis Taylor and Terry Edwards

Alexis Taylor & Terry Edwards present a night of music shaped by a mutual love of Chet Baker, Alex Chilton and - rather sickeningly(!) - each other’s work. The music is drawn from their respective solo catalogues and a whole slew of likely and unlikely cover versions.


Alexis Taylor is a founding member of Hot Chip and collaborator with About Group, Fainting By Numbers and Fimber Bravo. His Hot Chip and solo releases have garnered Grammy and Mercury Prize nominations. Other credits include Robert Wyatt, Peter Gabriel, This Is Not This Heat, David Byrne, Elysian Quartet, Green Gartside, Beatrice Dillon and Bonnie “Prince” Billy.


Terry Edwards’ roots are in punk-funk band The Higsons, followed by BUtterfield 8 with Madness bassist Mark Bedford, Gallon Drunk and The Scapegoats. His credits as multi-instrumental session musician include PJ Harvey, Nick Cave, Madness, Rhoda Dakar, Spiritualized, Franz Ferdinand, Holy Holy and Julian Cope.

Friday October 29th at 7.30pm

Tickets £15 


Metropolis - Film with Live Soundtrack

Germany 1927,  PG, 150 mins

Music by the Slug Sonics Electric Orchestra

Generally considered the first great science-fiction film, Metropolis (1927) fixed
for the rest of the century the image of a futuristic city as a hell of scientific progress and human despair. From this film, in various ways, descended not only Dark City but Blade Runner, The Fifth Element, Escape from L.A. and Batman’s Gotham City.  The laboratory of its evil genius, Rotwang, created the look of a mad scientist for decades to come, especially after it was mirrored in Bride of
Frankenstine (1935). And the device of ‘False Maria’, the robot who looks human , inspired the replicants of Blade Runner. Even Rotwang’s artificial hand was given homage in Dr Strangelove.

Director Fritz Lang. Staring Brigitte Helm, Alfred Abel, Gustav Frohlich & Rudolf Kline - Rogge.

An original composition by Slug Sonics performed live by the Slug Sonics Electric Orchestra, featuring Sir Eddie Real, Corin Pennington. An organic and mechanised meeting of classical and contemporary electronic instrumentation transforming the classic 1927 film into the twenty first century.

The Film will be shown in two parts with a twenty minute interlude.

Saturday October 30th at 7.30pm

Tickets £15 


Coffee Concert: Alexander Metcalfe (Piano) 

Alexander Metcalfe (Piano) 

Classical Connections; from Mozart to Schumann to Brahms

Sunday October 31st at 11am

Tickets £12 include coffee and croissant

The Doors Live at the Bowl '68: Special Edition

US 2021, 105 mins, music

On July 5th, 1968, The Doors lit up the storied stage of the Hollywood Bowl with a legendary performance that is widely considered to be the band’s finest captured on film. Performing on the back of their 3rd album release "Waiting For The Sun" and the US #1 single "Hello, I Love You", the quartet had been honing their live performances over the previous 2 years and were in absolute peak form. 

Now, on November 4th, 2021, in celebration of 50 years of L.A. Woman, “The Doors: Live At The Bowl ’68 Special Edition” will give Doors fans around the world the closest experience to being there live alongside Jim Morrison, John Densmore, Robby Krieger and Ray Manzarek, who opined, “You can hear it as if you were at the Hollywood Bowl, on stage with us.”  

Meticulously restored from original camera negatives and remixed and mastered using original multi-track tapes, “The Doors: Live At The Bowl ’68 Special Edition” features the concert in its entirety, including “Hello, I Love You”, “The WASP” and “Spanish Caravan”.  Additionally, this special event includes a musical performance and a brand-new conversation with John Densmore and Robby Krieger, filmed exclusively for the big screen.

Thursday November 4th at 7.30pm

Tickets £14/ £12 Concessions

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Coffee Concert: Rautio Piano Trio

Rautio Piano Trio

Beethoven ‘The Master’ Early Piano Trios

Sunday November 14th at 11am

Tickets £12 include coffee and croissant

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Ålesund + Bev Lee Harling

Ålesund return with ‘A Thread In The Dark’, a follow up to 2020’s ‘All Hail to Your Queen’.


Following the untimely curtailing of their European Tour in Spring 2020 thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak, they came back home and used the lockdown as a time to write, demo up new ideas and record a four track EP.

Throughout the EP Alba’s intoxicating vocals take on totally different auras that interchange based on the musical landscapes they’re placed against; soaring atmospheric synth-laden soundscapes, shimmering guitars and tantalising grooves.

‘Imagine a London Grammar and Florence + The Machine hybrid. Got it? Now add ethereal, Nordic imagery similar to that of AURORA, and you’re left with the atmospheric marvel that is Ålesund’ – Darlingzine

Friday November 19th at 7.30pm

Tickets £12 


Coffee Concert: Jon Pickard (Harp Guitar)

Jonathan Pickard was trained to First Class BA degree level in classical guitar and jazz piano at Bath Spa University.

Recently he has become one of the new generation of 'Harp Guitarists'.  Harp Guitars are a rare and ancient instrument that feature any combination of fretted (guitar-like) and un-fretted (harp-like) strings, and they are currently experiencing a popular modern renaissance.


Jon designed and commissioned his own 23 stringed version and now composes and performs his own original music for it, as well as other Harp Guitar composers' works, and arranging other music for the instrument.

Sunday November 21st at 11am

Tickets £12 include coffee and croissant

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Mémoires d'un Amnésique

A piano, a film  and Eric Satie in his own words.

Alexander Metcalfe

Mémoires d'un Amnésique: A piano, a film and Erik Satie, in his own words 

is, in equal parts, a piano recital, a one-man play and a surrealist film, amalgamated into a unique theatrical experience. 


Alex Metcalfe performs Satie's most important works, in character as the composer from the set of his Arceuil apartment. Sarah Miles’s script, edited from Satie's own words, is narrated against the backdrop of Keith Lovegrove's cinematic accompaniment.

Satie, who died in a Paris hospital on July 1st, 1925, was perhaps the most intriguing and eccentric of all the great composers. For a long period of his life, his wardrobe consisted of seven identical velvet suits, awarding him the title of The Velvet Gentleman. His music, including the famous Gymnopédies  and Gnossiennes, was to have a profound effect on generations to come. 

Narrated in French, with English subtitles. (approx. 65 minutes)

Sunday November 21st at 3pm

Tickets £14/ £12 Concessions


Message From The Ravens + Special Guest

Hailing from St Leonard’s, Message From The Ravens was created by Siddy Bennett, the former lead singer of indie-folk band Wildflowers (who supported the likes of Robert Plant and George Ezra). Message from the Ravens members are Amy Atkins on Cello,  Siddy Bennett on guitar and kazoo, Hannah Dennard on Organ and Flute, Lily Kim on Rhythm Guitar, and Philly Piggott on drums. All five women contribute to lead vocals and intricate 5 part harmonies. 


From ancient sea shanties to southern gothic ballads, haunting indie folk to full power 90s feminist sass; Message From The Ravens are the girlband who sing the lost stories that the ravens have witnessed since the dawn of time.

United by their love of myths, magic, and literature, five women create an enchanting show that's filled with passion and harmony. Drawing influence from the mysticism of Fleetwood Mac and the storytelling of First Aid Kit, their sound is earthy and visceral.  Onstage, the audience will not only be moved by their folklore narrative, ethereal vocals, and sincerity, but also witness their love for each other, their humour, and their deep connection with the spiritual world.

Wednesday November 24th at 7.30pm

Tickets £15

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Coffee Concert: Yekaterina Lebedeva (piano)

Yekaterina Lebedeva (piano)


Sunday November 28th at 11am

Tickets £12 include coffee and croissant


Quantick's  Quite Difficult Quiz Book Launch Party + Quiz!

David Quantick presents his quite difficult quiz book launch party.

It's a quiz, a book launch and there will be prizes.

Thursday December 2nd at 7.30pm

Tickets £10 


Coffee Concert: Aysen Ulucan (Solo Violin)

Aysen started playing the violin aged 6 and was later accepted to the class of Veniamin Varshawsky at Istanbul University State Conservatoire. Her later teachers included Cihat Aşkın and Genoveva Burova, from the class of whom she graduated in 2003.

She started her studies at Musikhochschule Freiburg in 2004 in the class of Latica H. Rosenberg and later studied with Rainer Kussmaul.

As a soloist, she played with Baden Baden Philharmonic, Hochachulorchester der Mucikhochschule Freiburg, Orquestra Sinfonica da Minas Gerais (Brazil), Antalya, İzmir, Adana and İstanbul State Symphony Orchestras.

She plays a violin made by E. Tunalı - a copy of Heifetz del Gesu- which she got as a prize at the International Violin Competition Nuri İyicil held in İstanbul. She is currently performing with Hastings Philharmonic Orchestra. 

Sunday December 5th at 11am

Tickets £12 include coffee and croissant


A Night of Flamenco

Flamenco returns to the Kino-Teatr.

Jesus Olmedo performs with La Kati, Rut Santamaria, Adrian Sola and Ayoze de Alejandro.

Friday December 10th at 7.30pm

Tickets £20/ £18 Concessions/ £15 Under 16s

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Coffee Concert: Jane Gordon (violin) & Jan Rautio (piano)

Jane Gordon violin & Jan Rautio piano.


Album Launch: exquisite French works by Gabriel Fauré 

Sunday December 12th at 11am

Tickets £12 include coffee and croissant