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Performing Arts Competition Since 1908

2020 COMPETITION OPEN FOR ENTRIES UNTIL 30.11.2019

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Support Us/ Friends

BE A VOLUNTEER

If you can spare time to become a volunteer please contact our Volunteer Secretary Heather Spence on mail2spence@yahoo.co.uk

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BECOME A FRIEND OF HASTINGS MUSICAL FESTIVAL

For £35 a year, or £25 for Over 65s, you can support the Festival by becoming a Friend of the Festival. This membership gives you a season ticket for the Festival. The ticket admits one person to all Hastings Musical Festival Sessions including the Junior Instrumental Concerto Class on 28th Feb.  It excludes the Festival Finale and HIPCC sessions. 

Tickets admit one person to the Schools Day but please make sure you book your seat with the theatre on that day as it is a ticketed event.

You can become a Friend by visiting us at the Festival Office in the White Rock Theatre.

For more information contact Mike Goodger, Membership Secretary at mike@goodger.plus.com.

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DONATE

As a charity we offer grants to young people who wish to go on to study the performing arts and enter the profession.

You can help a young person at the start of their career by contributing to our Grants Fund.

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GIFT AID

If you are a UK taxpayer you can Gift Aid your donations and the taxman will give an extra 25% to Hastings Musical Festival at no extra cost to yourself. (Higher rate tax payers can claim back more via their tax return).

Click here to fill in a Gift Aid form

ORGANISE A FUNDRAISING EVENT

Raise some money and have some fun at the same time. Get together a group off friends for a cake bake sale or a coffee morning; organise a quiz night or a sponsored walk or swim.

Donating the proceeds to the Festival will help the next generation to enjoy it for many years to come.

Contact us for ideas or to tell us about your event

LEAVE US A GIFT IN YOUR WILL

Many people in Hastings and beyond have enjoyed participating in the Festival throughout their lives. They have seen their children and grandchildren perform in their turn and they know how much joy they have had from it, and how much pleasure they have given to others.

If you would like to make it possible for future generations to continue to take part in the Festival or if you would like to make it possible for a young person to go on to study and become a professional performer, then please consider leaving a donation to the Hastings Musical Festival in your will.

For more information or to talk to someone in confidence, contact our General Secretary, Jenny Griffiths on info@hastingsmf.org.uk