Latest date for Chichester’s Eroica Orchestra

Chichester’s Eroica Orchestra, directed by James Thomas, will be in concert at St Paul’s Church, Churchside, Chichester on Saturday, April 29 at 7.30pm.

Chichester Chorale

Choirs combine for spectacular

The University of Chichester Chamber Choir, The Otter Consort and Chichester Chorale pool resources to offer a celebration of glorious romantic repertoire at St George’s Church, Whyke, Chichester on Saturday, April 29 at 7.30pm.

Lead singer Trevor Hurley

Horsham Fake Festival: The Fillers look back at faking it big

The Fillers, a leading tribute to American rock group The Killers, are looking back on their fake life as a legendary band, as they prepare to headline Horsham Fake Festival.

Katie Derham

Burgess Hill concert set to celebrate John Williams’ birthday

The members of Burgess Hill Symphony Orchestra, under conductor Michael Stefan Wood BEM, are entering the final few weeks of rehearsals for what could be their most ambitious concert to date.

Top 10 tunes for Record Store Day

Top 10 tunes for Record Store Day

Record Store Day takes place this Saturday (April 22) and again celebrates the crackle of stylus on vinyl as hundreds of shops across the UK play host to in-store performances, overnight queues, and of course, sell from a catalogue of more than 500 exclusive releases.


Another amazing memory feat from West Sussex memory man David

West Sussex memory man David Bathurst is preparing his latest feat – to sing more than 400 hymns without a glimpse of a hymn book.


Lydia Lucy - an artist, not a singer...

The Voice finalist Lydia Lucy joins the line-up for a Worthing charity gig in aid of Help for Heroes.

Turin Brakes

Top indie band Turin Brakes line up return date for West Sussex

Renowned indie band, Turin Brakes, will play Worthing’s Pavilion Theatre on the June 23.

Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story

Review - Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story at The Hawth

Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story has been seen by 22 million people worldwide, making it the most successful rock and roll musical of all time.

Chichester Symphony Orchestra

REVIEW: Chichester Symphony Orchestra: St Paul’s Church

At one of the Royal Academy of Arts current exhibitions, ‘America after the Fall’, there is a painting by Jackson Pollock labelled “Untitled”.

Bognor Regis date

The Ladyboys of Bangkok are on their way to Bognor Regis!

The Ladyboys of Bangkok are getting ready to whoop it up at Bognor’s Regis Centre with a date on June 5.
Concert coming up

The Shoreham Oratorio Choir in concert

The Shoreham Oratorio Choir will be performing the little-known Requiem in C minor by Luigi Cherubini (1760-1842) at 7.30pm in St Mary de Haura church on Saturday, April 22.


Debut album for school mates

School mates Plaitum play Brighton’s Prince Albert on April 24 on the back of the release earlier this month of their debut album Constraint.

Cathal Garvey

REVIEW: Billingshurst Choral Society offer Mendelssohn’s Elijah at Billingshurst Leisure Centre

Those of us who attended Billingshurst Choral Society’s performance of Elijah were fortunate indeed.

Jonathan Willcocks

Review: THE CHICHESTER SINGERS, Chichester Cathedral

Rachmaninov - Vespers; Jongen - Mass Op.130

Easter concerts

Impressive Easter Concerts performed by The Rowland Singers Choral Society

The Rowland Singers Choral Society conducted by Helen Emery with organ accompaniment by Marcus Martin delivered a varied programme of music for their Easter Concerts held at St Symphorians Church and Emmanuel URC in Worthing.

Sari Schorr. Picture by Laurence Harvey

Celebrated vocalist Sari Schorr brings intense blues to Crawley’s Hawth

Blues vocalist Sari Schorr plays The Hawth, Crawley on Sunday, April 16, on the back of the release of her debut album.

WANNABE  The Spice Girls Show

Spice Girls themed show starts its tour at Crawley

WANNABE – The Spice Girls Show is the first major tour of a Spice Girls themed theatre show and is arriving in Crawley this autumn.

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Celebrate jazz

A dozen tunes for Jazz Appreciation Month

It may conjure up images of bowler-hatted men with trombones, or recall the sounds of blaring, screeching brass and beret-topped hipsters in smoky clubs, but there is - honestly - more to jazz than these negative stereotypes.

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The  Spinettes. Picture by Stephen Goodger

Join the Spinettes for 1950s-style fun in Ashington, Henfield and Lindfield

The Spinettes & Matthew Goodgame are taking audiences back to the 1950s with some of the best rock ’n’ roll songs of all time.

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