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Chichester artist David Souter prepares for pastures new

Chichester artist David Souter is leaving the area, but he has ensured that his Chichester-inspired works will remain available.
Arts
Young fundraisers

The spirit of Scrooge isn't remotely alive and well in Brighton!

One of literature’s most notorious skinflints prompted plenty of generosity in Brighton over Christmas.

Theatre and Comedy
Nile Rogers

Nile Rogers and CHIC to headline Brighton’s LoveBN1Fest

Grammy-winning composer, producer, arranger, and guitarist Nile Rodgers and his multi-platinum selling band CHIC are confirmed to headline Brighton Pride’s LoveBN1Fest on Sunday August 5 in Preston Park.

Music
Jacqui Dankworth

Jacqui Dankworth celebrates the great Jazz Sirens in Bognor Regis

Jacqui Dankworth plays Bognor’s Regis Centre with her Jazz Sirens show on Sunday, January 28.

Music
Just one of over 200 illustrations to collect in the brilliant Arcade Mode

Console Corner: Street Fighter V Arcade Edition review

Finally worthy of legendary series.

Lifestyle
The Post

Film review: The Post (5 out of 5)

We all know that Steven Spielberg is a master of entertainment, with the likes of Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park, and the BFG.

Arts
Derek

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.

News
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.

Arts
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
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
Tabitha Harding-Chestney, Graeme Muncer and Charlotte Loftus star in Sherlock Holmes  The Pantomime

Sherlock investigates some strange events in Barns Green Players’ latest panto

Sherlock Holmes gets the panto treatment from the Barns Green Players.

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
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