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New West Sussex jazz slot launches

Worthing-based musician Derek Little is launching a new jazz venture for Lancing, bringing years of experience to a new monthly outing.

Music
Sean Murray (Jack) - The Weir - Photography by Marc Brenner

Sean delights in The Weir

Sean Murray auditioned for the very first production of Conor McPherson’s The Weir 20 years ago – and didn’t get the part.

Theatre and Comedy
Jonny Awsum

Comedy Beats at Copthorne

Comedy Beats begin their 2018 programme of shows on February 1 at Oliver’s Wine Bar in Copthorne with acts from the UK comedy circuit.

Theatre and Comedy
100 Years of Jazz

South Coast Jazz Festival set to sparkle in Shoreham

World-class jazz acts will appear at The Ropetackle, Shoreham for the fourth South Coast Jazz Festival.

Music
Christopher Horlock

Shocking hidden history of Sussex explored

The old county of Sussex is one of the most beautiful in England, but beneath its rural idyll lies a history that is surprising and often shocking...

Arts
Michael

Michael Collins appears with The Brighton Phil

The Brighton Phil’s first concert of the New Year will be at the Brighton Dome on Sunday, January 28.

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Geoffrey Winch

Sussex poet Geoffrey Winch in Chichester

Sussex poet Geoffrey Winch will kick off the 2018 Open Mic Poetry season at Chichester’s New Park Centre on Wednesday, January 31 at 7.30pm. Organiser Barry Smith said: “We have a fantastic line-up of visiting poets for 2018 with lots of treats in store, but it’s great to kick off the season with one of our regular contributors.

Arts
Don Noble

Don gets ready for new artistic directions

Billingshurst artist Don Noble is promising a mixed exhibition at Chichester’s Oxmarket Gallery from January 29-February 11.

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rehearsals

Opera will commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day in Chichester

Chichester will build on its impressive record of Holocaust Day commemoration with a staging of PUSH – A Holocaust Opera in Chichester Cathedral on Saturday, January 27 at 7.30pm. The event was a sell-out within 48 hours of going on sale.

Theatre and Comedy
Rihanoff & Maloney

Kristina Rihanoff and Christopher Maloney team up in Worthing

Good friends Kristina Rihanoff and Christopher Maloney deliver a new musical spectacular on a tour which brings them to the Pavilion Theatre, Worthing on January 26.

Music
Ed Goodale

Ed Goodale assembles his new band

Ed Goodale will be in concert on Friday, January 19 at Langham Brewery in Lodsworth (GU28 9BU).

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Organisers Marilyn and Freddie Humphrey

Strong line-up for Chichester's Talks at Six series

Chichester’s popular Talks at Six series is looking forward to a busy 2018 with almost the whole year already booked up. The talks are on Thursdays from 6pm-7pm in the Studio at the New Park Centre, Chichester.

Theatre and Comedy
Jo Sercombe

Singing day with Jo

Helen Bradley and Jo Sercombe are organising a singing day to be held in North Mundham Village Hall on Saturday, February 3 from 10am-4pm.

Music
Festival of Chichester patron Dame Patricia Routledge at the launch of last year's festival programme

Join the 2018 Festival of Chichester!

There is still time to join the festival fun as the Festival of Chichester heads towards the deadline for entries for 2018.

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Brighton Festival Chorus

Brighton Festival Chorus recruiting new singers in anniversary year

Brighton Festival Chorus is looking for new members as it marks its 50th anniversary this year. Spokeswoman Marilyn Linehan said: ”There is an exciting programme of concerts, events and special performances planned.

Music
LMCS Dick Whittington 2017

LMCS bring us Dick Whittington!

Littlehampton Musical Comedy Society are heading towards a complete sell-out as they take to the stage this week with the tale of Dick Whittington.

Theatre and Comedy
Leeroy Stagger by David Guenther

New album leaves "fog of depression" behind

Canadian singer-songwriter Leeroy Stagger says he has come “out of the fog of depression” with his new album Love Versus – an album which asks whether love is enough.

Music
Mike Gunn

Mike Gunn opens Crawley comedy night

Comedy Beats return to The Grasshopper in Crawley promising another fantastic night of comedy on Friday, February 2.

Theatre and Comedy
Panto fun

Dracula and Frankenstein meet up in panto!

Dracula, Frankenstein and the cast of St Trinian’s come together in a traditional panto with an hilarious twist.

Theatre and Comedy
Jamie Potts

A Pleasantly Unpleasant Evening of Murder in Arundel

Arundel Players kick off 2018 with a double bill of two short plays, The Dumb Waiter by Harold Pinter and Five Kinds of Silence by Shelagh Stephenson, both directed by Jamie Potts.

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