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Hastings Sea Shanty festival makes a comeback after first year success
3:00pm Tuesday 16th July 2013 in News
After a successful first year, a seaside festival is making a comeback next weekend.
The Hastings Sea Shanty festival will return on Saturday, July 20, with performances from Hastings Shanty Singers – Graeme Knights, Paul Sirman and Kerry and Mandy, and the Portsmouth Shanty Men.
The event will start at 1pm at the Fisherman’s Museum and then from 7.30pm at the Stade Open Space.
Councillor Peter Chowney, lead member for regeneration, said: “Once again a selection of the country's finest performers of traditional sea shanties will descend upon the Hastings seafront including our own wonderful Hastings Shanty Singers, whom many will know well from their regular Thursday night sessions at the Stag in All Saints Street.”
For more information call 01424 436182 or visit www.hastings.gov.uk /stadesaturdays for the full Stade Saturday’s programme of events.
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