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Sue Steward had spent some time planning her photography book sale with in the Arthur Tidy shop in Norman Road next weekend 2nd & 3rd September, it’s first opening in fact, and she wanted all of her friends to come.

It is Sue’s family’s wishes that we continue with her photo book sale event next weekend and we hope that you join us to toast Sue with a glass of wine.

The preview evening has been changed to Friday 1st September at 6-8pm, however the weekend is still going ahead on the 2nd and 3rd as normal.

I have been asked by her family to continue with this and it’s a great honour to be asked to go ahead in the spirit of Sue and to celebrate an extraordinary life well lived. I want to get this right so please message me if you have any advice.

I will be working with her respected friend and photography specialist Rodrigo Orrantia, who will be carefully curating and indexing each book.

Images of Sue, comments and stories will also be accompanying her incredible collection. The books will then be stored safely and we will post the catalogue online for those of you who cannot make it but would like to purchase. It will be the family’s choice where the proceeds go and I am sure this will be announced later.

Photo Credit -Tim Willcocks

Look forward to seeing everyone there.
Arthur Tidy & Son, 94 Norman Road, St Leonards


Sue Steward had spent some time planning her photography book sale with in the Arthur Tidy shop in Norman Road next weekend 2nd & 3rd September, it’s first opening in fact, and she wanted all of her friends to come.

It is Sue’s family’s wishes that we continue with her photo book sale event next weekend and we hope that you join us to toast Sue with a glass of wine.

The preview evening has been changed to Friday 1st September at 6-8pm, however the weekend is still going ahead on the 2nd and 3rd as normal.

I have been asked by her family to continue with this and it’s a great honour to be asked to go ahead in the spirit of Sue and to celebrate an extraordinary life well lived. I want to get this right so please message me if you have any advice.

I will be working with her respected friend and photography specialist Rodrigo Orrantia, who will be carefully curating and indexing each book.

Images of Sue, comments and stories will also be accompanying her incredible collection. The books will then be stored safely and we will post the catalogue online for those of you who cannot make it but would like to purchase. It will be the family’s choice where the proceeds go and I am sure this will be announced later.

Photo Credit -Tim Willcocks

Look forward to seeing everyone there.
Arthur Tidy & Son, 94 Norman Road, St Leonards

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Hear Now by Mark French

Hear Now by Mark French

Sep 22, 8:00pm - Sep 22, 10:00pm

Kino-Teatr
43-49 Norman Road
Saint Leonards,  TN38 0EQ Map

HEAR NOW An evening with Trevor Watts & Veryan Weston
FREE, Seats limited so reservation is a must.

SOLD OUT!
If you have tickets you will not be making use of please email admin@sweetanddandy.co.uk so we can pass them on.

A new film by Mark French featuring a legendary performance by musicians Trevor Watts, Veryan Weston, Hannah Marshall and Alison Blunt. Recorded at Café Oto earlier this year and re-mixed by Trevor to make an extraordinary new piece of music.
This is followed by a live performance of Trevor & Veryan’s “Quantum Illusion” project. As a duo they have been at the cutting-edge of improvised music for many decades, from Trevor’s inception of the Spontaneous Music Ensemble in the 60’s to recent collaborations demonstrated in the accompanying film.

Free music at its most visceral and tender, a roller coaster ride of note perfect emotions.

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Monsters of the Deep: Sea Monster Band

Monsters of the Deep: Sea Monster Band

Sep 24, 1:00pm - Sep 24, 3:00pm

Warrior Square, St Leonards on Sea, TN37 6, United Kingdom Map

WARRIOR SQUARE CONVENIENCES
Join us each weekend for a performance atop the public toilets at Warrior Square - seafront side of the main road. Some are durational and some are repeated but all will make you see this unused space in a new light.

LOUISE ASHCROFT - Monsters of the Deep: Sea Monster Band

In early maps of the world, drawings of sea monsters signified unknown marine territory, and since the beginning of cinema, such creatures have been rife in Hollywood. Today these beasts are experiencing a cultural renaissance, as images of washed-up monsters frequently go viral online.

Are they click-bait hoaxes striving for online attention, and if so, why has there always been this cultural need for ‘monsters of the deep’ as signifiers of otherness? Instead of answering this complex question, performance artist Louise Ashcroft has founded the rock band Monsters of the Deep and is organising a monster-movie music concert on the roof of a public toilet overlooking the waves, in the hope of summoning the creatures themselves. Exploring how we conjure monstrosity through sound, the performances will feature interpretations of soundtracks from monster action scenes in films like It Came From Beneath the Sea and Attack of the Crab Monsters.

If you’re a local musician or band who would like to take part please email monstersofthedeephastings@gmail.com

Louise Ashcroft has exhibited at The Government Art Collection, Latitude Festival, Arebyte, AVU Prague, TEDx Hackney, Turner Contemporary, Modern Art Oxford and comedy festival The Boring Conference. She studied at Oxford University, Birkbeck and The Royal College of Art and was recently in residence at Tate Modern and Camden Arts Centre. Louise makes live performances, videos and installations reflecting upon cultural behaviours and traditions.

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    Su Jack

    I was a great fan of fan of Sue’s music writing and remember well her wonderful magazine Collusion. Short lived but I bought every edition and had them for years. I wanted to be her.
    Su held her own in a male dominated music journalism world.
    First became aware of Sue while working on Charlie Gillets “Honky Tonk”.
    Charlie segued off into world music and I did too, going to the first WOMAD held at the ICA. Happy memories. RIP Sue

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