Books, music & crafts
Books, music & crafts
B&T Music: B&T Music is a well established music shop based in Hastings, East Sussex, UK. They have 43 years of experience in music retail.and specialise in instruments ranging from banjos to mandolins, flutes to harmonicas, guitars, basses and drums. They also stock high-tec equipment for home studios and live events.
Book Buster: Remainder & 2nd-hand bookshop, also selling records & DVDs, and greetings cards by local artists.
HMV: HMV staff are totally obsessed with entertainment and pretty thrilled that they get to discover amazing new music, films and games every single day.
Printed Matter Bookshop: Independent bookshop selling new books ranging from sociology, philosophy, psychology, political science, criminology, social history, graphic novels, music, art & culture, economics, social geography, anthropology, nature, ecology, gardening, and fiction. Higher education, undergraduate and post-graduate books.
See Spray Gallery: See Spray represents artists in all stages of their career- some are veterans of the art world, some are just beginning to make their mark. The art selected is eclectic and the messages behind the work vary, but they all have elements in common- originality, talent and the ability to provoke thought and invite discussion.
The Works: Stocking books, toys, gifts, stationery and arts & crafts at discount prices, and selling over one million items every week to consumers looking for a bargain.
Waterstones: Located in the bustling Priory Meadow Shopping Centre, Waterstones Hastings has been the town’s book hub for over a decade. Based over two floors and featuring a beautiful new Waterstones Cafe, they stock everything from best-selling authors like Lee Child to specialist textbooks for local college courses.
WHSmith: With over 600 stores on the high street, WHSmith is one of the UK’s leading retail groups with a wide range of books, magazines and stationery.
Wow and Flutter: Wow and Flutter in Hastings is a shop that sells secondhand records and books, and collectibles. They’re very friendly, so pop in and say hi! They also serve delicious Volcano coffee and Teapigs tea.