September –
October 2016

Inspired by the 950th
anniversary of the
Battle of Hastings

Electric Palace

The Electric Palace cinema was set up in 2002, with the intention of widening the filmic offer in Hastings. Since opening, it has established itself both as a favourite with locals, and as a hotspot for cultural tourists.

Aside from the quality of the films that are screened, the Electric Palace stages live comedy, music and theatre. The venue is not-for-profit, and exists solely to enhance the cultural opportunities within Hastings.

The cinema will be screening a ROOT 1066-commissioned film, Michael Smith's Stranger on the Shore (featured image).

Situated in the Old Town, newcomers are always invited to partake in fantastic cinema.

Featured image: (c) Jack Beard. Cannot be used without permission. The image will appear in the Sneeky Peek Picturesque Guide to Hastings & St Leonards, which will be available from 27 August. 



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