Things you mustn't miss
As Mark Watson says, he certainly wouldn’t be so selfish as to wish misery on everyone just so that comedy can thrive.
The Who’s seminal concept album Quadrophenia will be played live at Horsham’s Capitol on Friday, July 19 by eight-piece band The Goldhawks.
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Young vocalists from across the area are invited to audition to be part of a new initiative from West Sussex Music, the largest provider of music education to children and young people in the county.
Allotmentgate offers the Barns Green Players a world of sex, drugs and rake ‘n’ roll.
Spokeswoman Rachel Weller said: “Botanical art, the beautifully exquisite celebration of the natural world blending art and science in technical and artistic perfection, is a challenging and demanding art form.
Chichester Symphony Orchestra will be in concert on the penultimate night of this year’s Festival of Chichester.
Louise Eaton is a blind medium and president of the 100-year-old Brotherhood Gate Spiritualist Church in Brighton.
Brighton-based Aidan Goatley is taking himself on a journey around the UK to discover if people are genuinely happy and what it is that makes them happy.
Veteran rocker Sir Rod Stewart heads to Hove this summer on the back of his 30th studio album Blood Red Roses which hit the charts at number one.
An open mind… that’s the best approach as Hair – The Musical heads to Brighton Theatre Royal from July 8-13.
Festival of Chichester patron Dame Patricia Routledge reads Keats’ immortal Odes to mark the bicentenary of their composition in a special night for the festival.