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Store recalls some pulled pork products due to salmonella fears

Pulled pork products are being recalled by a store following the discovery that they may contain salmonella.

Health
Comedian Tim Vine hosts Indigofest 2018 at The Capitol, Horsham

ENTERTAINMENT LISTINGS: Friday to Thursday, January 19-25

Concerts, stage shows, exhibitions and stand-up comedy gigs across Sussex

Theatre and Comedy
Dave Adams (Dad), Debbie Stevens (Mum), Amy Tester (Beauty), Jane OSullivan (Kevin), and Rebecca Andrews (Rose)

Horsham’s Trinity Church Players present their take on a tale as old as time

Beauty and the Beast is this year’s pantomime from Horsham’s Trinity Church Players.

Theatre and Comedy
The 2017 community orchestra. Picture by Alison Willows

Musicians of all ages and abilities wanted for community orchestra

Classical music group Ensemble Reza are excited to be running their Community Orchestra for a third year.

Music
Robert Eggleston

Traditional music shows to say farewell to Martlets Hall in Burgess Hill

The Martlets Hall has been part of Burgess Hill’s live arts scene since the 1970s but it is closing in June to make way for a town centre revamp.

Music
Eleanor Tiernan

Laugh away the January Blues with Barnstormers Comedy at The Capitol, Horsham

Barnstormers Comedy is back at The Capitol for a January Blues busting night of stand-up.

Theatre and Comedy
Police donation to young carers’ group in Crawley

Police donation to young carers’ group in Crawley

Crawley-based Shine for Young Adults, part of Carers Support West Sussex, received a £450 grant from Police Mutual’s national community sponsorship programme, Force for Good.

News
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is at The Capitol, Horsham, on January 25

Ten things to see in Sussex, January 19-25

Wondering what do over the next seven days? Here are ten of the best events.

Theatre and Comedy
Charlie’s amazing charity success

Charlie’s amazing charity success

Teenage fundraiser Charlie Doherty raised enough money last month for 75 children in Malawi to get a meal a day for an entire school year.

News
Duff Eynon

Children’s TV star to compere Crawley awards evening

Nominations are now open for the 2018 Crawley Community Awards.

News
Rob Kingsley stars in A Vision of Elvis Picture by Paul David Drabble, www.pauldaviddrabble.co.uk

Head to Crawley’s Hawth for a rock ’n’ roll journey with Elvis

A Vision of Elvis comes to Crawley’s Hawth on Friday, January 19 (7.30pm).

Music
Musician David Ramirez is at the Brighton Komedia on Saturday, January 13. Picture by Greg Giannukos

ENTERTAINMENT LISTINGS: Friday to Thursday, January 12-18

Concerts, stage shows, exhibitions and stand-up comedy gigs across Sussex

Theatre and Comedy
The Pantone Colour Institute has chosen Ultra Violet as the colour of 2018

How to effortlessly wear ultra violet – the colour of 2018

Few people realise that the colour of the year does not just randomly come together on the catwalks but is chosen by one company, The Pantone Colour Institute, and then designers follow this directive.

Arts
Andrew Crofts

Two Sussex authors discuss their work at Book Lovers’ Supper Club in Ditchling

The next Book Lovers’ Supper Club on Wednesday, February 7, will see two Sussex authors discussing works of both fiction and non-fiction over a curry supper.

Arts
Jess Greenfield and Gavin Conder. Picture by Rob Blackham

The Kondoors return to Coolham Live Music Club

Coolham Live Music Club enters its fifth year with another enviable programme of live music for 2018.

Music
Faith: The George Michael Legacy

The Hawth celebrates George Michael’s legacy

Faith: The George Michael Legacy celebrates one of the world’s greatest singer-songwriters at The Hawth, Crawley, on Sunday, January 14 (7.30pm).

Music
Elio Pace brings The Billy Joel Songbook to Chichester's Minerva Theatre

Ten things to see in Sussex, January 12-18

Wondering what do over the next seven days? Here are ten of the best events.

Theatre and Comedy
STEM Sussex

Crawley pupils work on flight sims and leaping robots

Leaping robots and flight simulation models were just two of the engineering projects that students were given as part of this year’s Engineering Education Scheme (EES).

Education
News. Photo: Shutterstock SUS-150807-174846001

Loan sharks’ confiscated cash to reward savers

Cash confiscated from loan sharks will be used to reward West Sussex residents who save through a credit union.

News
Stagecoach reveal new ticket prices for bus passengers

Stagecoach reveal new ticket prices for bus passengers

Sussex bus operator Stagecoach has announced fares on some of its routes will rise after a review of prices.

Business
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