Join us at Christ Church, St Leonards, for the launch of A Town Explores A book 2023! An evening of live music and conversation led by our early-career artist team
The independent businesses in the town offer their perspectives on Mary Seacole’s book in a trail of window displays…
Make a boat in porcelain to hang in your home with Liz Emtage of Pelham’s, in Kings Road. The workshops run over two afternoons
Pick up your hand-made festival passport and explore the creative businesses in Bohemia Creative Quarter, complete with activities and live music…
A free family event at The Clifton Centre bringing Mary Seacole’s words to life
An exhibition of work by the Active Arts community at The Clifton Centre, inspired by their exploration of the life of Mary Seacole
An exhibition by the Seaview community exploring Mary Seacole’s writing through masks
Exploring news reportage and images from the first Crimean War. How did people feel about what was going on far away – how connected did they feel?
Two artist teams take Mary Seacole’s book on a creative journey. Join us for a film screening, live music, conversation and food inspired by Mary Seacole’s catering…
Join us at Four Courts Wellbeing Hub on the final weekend of the festival for live music, exhibitions, food and community!
#ATownExploresABook23’s creative writing competition is inspired by the adventures of Mary Seacole
Join us at Hastings Museum and Art Gallery for the A Town Explores A Book 2023 schools engagement launch event on Wednesday 22 February.
The whole festival community including school staff teams, funders, partners, and friends, is invited to meet the ATEAB team and learn more about festival plans for exploring Mary Seacole’s book.