18 Hours began in 2013, delivering events and education with a focus on global citizenship and diversity.

18 Hours grew out of  36 Hours Events, which produced a series of successful local events in and around East Sussex during 2006-2009.
The organisation is not for profit and is steered by a diverse board of Directors from a wide variety of cultural, professional and social backgrounds.
Clients include Hastings Borough Council, Brighton and Hove District Council, Hastings Storytelling Festival, Rother Race Action Forum.