About

18 Hours delivers events and education with a focus on global citizenship and diversity

18 Hours delivers successful events, education programmes and community projects in and around East Sussex for clients including; The British Council, Hastings Borough Council, Rother District Council, University of Brighton, Hastings Storytelling Festival, Streets of Rother Festival, Big Local and St Leonards Festival. 
We also produce Journeys Dance Festival, our own event, which takes place annually.

As the Development Education Centre (D.E.C.) for East Sussex, 18 Hours works with teachers to give them the skills, confidence and practical approaches to incorporate active global citizenship into schools.

18 Hours is not-for-profit and is steered by an Advisory Board from a diverse range of cultural, professional and social backgrounds.

*18 Hours began in 2013, as an evolution of 36 Hours, which produced events in East Sussex from 2006-2009