What’s on in Hastings May 2012
There are plenty of fun and interesting things to do in Hastings throughout May 2012, especially over the Bank Holiday weekend (5 – 7 May 2012). Take a look at our guide for some ideas for the whole family, with a ceilidh, stargazing and motorbikes to get you all out and about.
Big Saturday Night Ceilidh with Peeping Tom
What better way is there to spend a Saturday evening than dancing the night away with family and friends? These guys have been at it for 40 years so you’ll be in safe hands. They’re performing at Jack-in-the-Green Festival as part of a 40 date tour to celebrate their anniversary, so why not join the party?
Date: 5 May 2012
Venue: St Mary in the Castle
Cost: £9 Adults £4 Children
Bike 1066 Motorcycle Show
Following on from the success of last year’s May Day Run, the 1066 Bike Show is returning to Hastings. For many years bikers have descended on Hastings for the May Bank Holiday and this show brings together bikes, exhibitions, traders, entertainment and much more for a fun day out for all the family. Organisers are anticipating up to 70,000 people attending this year, so expect an even bigger and better show than before.
Date: 7 May 2012
Venue: Town Centre and Seafront
For more information, visit the Bike 1066 website.
Jack-in-the-Green Grand Procession
The final day of Jack-in-the-Green sees the traditional procession make its way from the Fishermen’s Museum, where the ‘Jack’ is released to the Castle and where the ‘Slaying of the Jack’ takes place. Join the parade and welcome the Spirit of Summer with Morris dancing, music, food and drink this May Bank Holiday.
Date: 7 May
Venue: Starts at Fishermen’s Museum
The Observatory Science Centre Open Evening
As part of the Culture 24 ‘Museums at Night’ program, you are invited to an open evening to take a look at the night sky through some of the country’s biggest telescopes. You’ll get to use some of the historic telescopes that aren’t usually open to the public to hopefully see the moon, stars, planets and more.
Date: 18 May 2012
Venue: The Observatory Science Centre, Herstmonceux
Cost: £7.85 Adults, £5.85 Children, Family tickets also available
Chopin Piano Recital by Caroline Haffner
The celebrated and award winning French pianist is starting the annual series of world-class classical concerts with a Chopin recital. An internationally-renowned pianist, Caroline Haffner is a stage name. You may also know her as Princess Caroline Murat of the Imperial Family of France. So you’ll be in very good company.
Date: 27 May 2012
Venue: St Mary in the Castle
Cost: £6 Gallery, £4 Concessio
WRITTEN BY KAYLEIGH LEWIS
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