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Wonderland show comes to Bognor Regis

Immersion Theatre Company bring their new family musical Alice In Wonderland to Bognor’s Regis Centre on Monday, April 10.

Theatre and Comedy
Coming to Worthing

Just how many masks?

The greatest compliment is when someone in the audience asks him just how many masks he used during the performance.

Theatre and Comedy
Ben

Brighton gig after illness

Ben Marwood takes in Brighton on his first tour in more than three years, his comeback after illness.

Music
Petworth Urn

Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year Competition winner at Petworth

Petworth House is playing host to an exhibition of work by Richard Allen, winner of 2016 Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year Competition.

Arts
Rosemary Noble

Rosemary in print with 19th-century family saga

Bognor Regis-based writer Rosemary Noble is the author of Ranter’s Wharf, a family saga spanning three generations.

Arts
Julian Caddy

Biggest year ever ahead for Brighton Fringe

A record-breaking 970 shows and events, including more than 300 world premieres, 100 international shows and the first-ever Fringe City week days, feature in the Brighton Fringe’s 2017 programme.

Music
Angela Petch

Ferring author delves into Italian history

Ferring author Angela Petch evokes a slice of Italian social history in her new book, Now and Then in Tuscany.

Arts
Sandra Saer

Inspired by flowers...

A photograph of Mothering Sunday flowers from many years ago was the inspiration for a charming new book from Arundel’s Sandra Saer.

Arts
Rudi Lickwood

Comedy Beats brings the best club stand-ups to Crawley once again

Comedy Beats is back at The Grasshopper in Crawley on Thursday, April 6, for their second show in the venue.

Theatre and Comedy
Hamlet. Picture by George Riddell

Hamlet for Game of Thrones fans at Crawley’s Hawth

Director Max Lewendel is promising nothing less than Hamlet for the Game of Thrones generation as he heads out on tour.

Theatre and Comedy
Look very closely!

IMAX Film Festival in Crawley

Cinema-goers will have the chance to see blockbusters brought back to the IMAX® screen at Cineworld Crawley, including Disney’s The Jungle Book, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and The Martian, with tickets reduced to £3 per film for the day.
Arts
Scallops with tomato and fennel compote

TONY STAPLES: Turn tomatoes into a versatile, tasty compote

A tasty tomato compote is the perfect partner for pan-fried scallops, says Tony Staples, executive head chef of the Arora Hotel in Crawley...

Opinion
The Midhurst Players

Coward classic is next challenge for the Midhurst Players

Nicci Pennicott rights a wrong as she stages Noel Coward’s supernatural comedy Blithe Spirit with the Midhurst Players.

Theatre and Comedy
Cathal Garvey

Billingshurst Choral Society tackle Mendelssohn’s Elijah

Billingshurst Choral Society offer Mendelssohn’s Elijah for their next concert at Billingshurst Leisure Centre on April 8 at 7.30pm.

Music
Mark Sohn                 Photo Credit Angie Sohn

Sherlock Holmes novel to celebrate Mark's 50th birthday

A Worthing man is celebrating his 50th birthday this September with the publication of his very own Sherlock Holmes novel.

Arts
The vegetarian paella

Review: La Campana, The Broadway, Haywards Heath

It has been three years since Mark Dunford last visited La Campana.

Whats on
Tom Clancys Ghost Recon: Wildlands

Console Corner: Ghost Recon: Wildlands review

Vast and full of promise but a bit of a wasted opportunity...

Lifestyle
Natalie Hayes, Amy Blaskett, Rachel Farrant, Chris Dale, Lisa Falkner, Alicia Marson, Tess Kennedy and  Becky Munden

HAODS bring catchy, upbeat tunes and a striking true story to The Capitol

1968, Dagenham. It’s a man’s world, but some ordinary women are about to do something extraordinary as HAODS brings Made In Dagenham to The Capitol Theatre this April.

Theatre and Comedy
A great selection of Rhone Wines

RICHARD ESLING: Push the boat out for wines from Northern Rhone

Six pages of close type in a wine list, with around 60 wines per page, and that’s only the red wines from one region of France.

Opinion
The Gordon Campbell Big Band. Picture by Frazer Ashford

Gordon Campbell celebrates the greatest Big Bands at The Hawth

The Hawth in Crawley has announced that The Gordon Campbell Big Band will perform in the theatre on Sunday, April 2.

Music
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