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Happy childhood recalled

Fond memories of idyllic times with her young children have prompted Arundel author Sandra Saer to publish Star Sandwiches And Moon Custard more than four decades after she first wrote it.

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The cast belting out a number

Review: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the Hawth

When do I start getting that Christmas feeling? Normally it's after I have seen the Hawth panto.
Theatre and Comedy

Strictly Come Dancing stars in five separate shows at Crawley

As BBC's Strictly Come Dancing heads towards the final in less than two weeks' time, the Hawth Theatre, Crawley, has no less than five 'Strictly...' related shows.

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Deborah Parker, CEO of Cinema for All; David Saitch, award-winner and chairman of Hurst Village Cinema; and Danny Leigh, film journalist and BBC Film 2011/2/3/4/5/6 presenter

Hurst Village Cinema stalwart wins prestigious award

David Saitch, of Hurstpierpoint’s not-for-profit community cinema Hurst Village Cinema, has been awarded the Roebuck Cup at this year’s Cinema for All National Conference and Film Society of the Year Awards.

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GAPA pupils with the Vienna Festival Ballet Company

GAPA pupils perform with Vienna Festival Ballet at Chequer Mead

Pupils from the Gielgud Academy of Performing Arts (GAPA) performed with the Vienna Festival Ballet Company at the Chequer Mead Theatre, East Grinstead, during the 5pm and 8pm performances of Sleeping Beauty.

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Swan Lake

Love, terror and an evil curse in Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake

The Russian State Ballet and Opera House, featuring a live orchestra with more than 30 musicians, brings Swan Lake to The Hawth, Crawley, on Thursday, November 30 (7.30pm).

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Brakes

Film review: Brakes (3 out of 5)

Brakes has the interesting sub-title of ‘If you knew where it would end, would you ever begin?’

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Revealed: Britain’s favourite sitcom

Revealed: Britain’s favourite sitcom

Only Fools and Horses has been voted Britain’s best loved sitcom taking a staggering third of the votes, a survey has revealed.

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Lost in Paris

Film review: Lost in Paris (4 out of 5)

This relatively short (83 minutes), low budget, quirky movie is one of the funniest films I’ve had the pleasure of seeing this year.

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Eve Best and Anne Reid

Oscar Wilde classic play live on the big screen

Oscar Wilde’s classic play A Woman of No Importance is being screened live from London to Cineworld Crawley on Tuesday November 28.

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Concern over casting

Harry Potter fans split over new movie casting

The title and cast of the sequel to Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them has officially been revealed by Warner Bros but fans of the wizarding franchise remain split over the casting of the new movie.

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Kingsley

Vicky meets… Kingsley Poole, author

Whenever he goes for a run along the towpath, local author and GP Kingsley Poole bids a cheery ‘hello’ to the bridges along Chichester Canal.

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Linda Foskett

Exhibition from Linda Foskett

Through the Seasons offers an exhibition at Chichester’s Oxmarket Gallery running from Monday, November 20 until Sunday, December 3 by Linda Foskett.

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Paddington 2

Film review: Paddington 2 (5 out of 5)

How do you improve on being the highest grossing independent family film of all time?

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Mary Berry alongside the Duchess of Richmond and Gordon and her son the Duke, who both feature in the programme

VIDEO: Mary Berry films her new show at Goodwood

Baking idol Mary Berry explored the rich culinary history of the Goodwood Estate for her new BBC One programme.

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Among the films

Festival of films made by or featuring people with learning disabilities

Oska Bright Film Festival, the leading international festival of films made by or featuring people with learning disabilities, runs at The Old Market, Hove from Wednesday-Friday, November 15-17.

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Anthony

Vicky meets...

Anthony Parker, Manager at MJ Penfold Family Butchers, Chichester

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Gordon Rushmer

War artist Gordon Rushmer displays work in Horsham

Artist Gordon Rushmer is holding an intimate exhibition in the watercolour gallery at Horsham Museum & Art Gallery.

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Murder on the Orient Express

Film review: Murder on the Orient Express (3 out of 5)

Having watched the 1974 film of Murder on the Orient Express at the cinema and in 2010 seen David Suchet as Hercule Poirot on the small screen, the question inevitably was always going to be - how will Kenneth Branagh’s version be different?

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Thor: Ragnarok

Film review: Thor: Ragnarok (4 out of 5)

The team behind the Marvel franchise are clearly learning and adapting after each film.

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