Following a successful UK tour last year, Less Than Kind, by former Brighton resident Terence Rattigan visits the Theatre Royal for a week long run.
The performances were so powerful and the story so amazing, there was a standing ovation for The Kite Runner on Tuesday May 21.
Rob Drummond takes the audience through the history of the infamous bullet catch, a stunt so dangerous it has claimed the lives of several magicians - even the great Houdini refused to perform it because of the risks.
Artichoke Artgroup promise poignant physical theatre in a fast-paced and profound solo performance for the Brighton Fringe.
Celebrated folk-inspired singer-songwriter and virtuoso fiddler Seth Lakeman presents tracks from his latest album Tales from the Barrel House during an intimate evening at Worthing’s Connaught Theatre (Wednesday, May 22, 8pm).
Timothy West and Grammy Award-winners The Pavao String Quartet offer a dramatic retelling of the illicit love affair, which resulted in one of the most passionate string quartets of the 20th century when they visit Worthing’s Connaught Theatre on May 23.
For their 2013 spring concert, the Mayfield Festival Choir performed a selection of works entitled ‘Between Earth and Heaven’.
Sussex’s largest street music festival, Broadway Sound, will hit Haywards Heath on Sunday, May 26, rocking The Broadway for a whole day of musical entertainment.
You do not even have to be a Michael Jackson fan to enjoy the wonderful production of Thriller at the Congress Theatre, Eastbourne this week.
The Lewes Concert Orchestra’s Spring Concert in Lewes Town Hall started with a lively overture by Suppé, which made sure that the audience was awake for some classical songs by Bach, Handel, Tosti and Tchaikovsky, beautifully sung by the internationally renowned Chinese mezzo-soprano, Sophie Gopsill.
The Coin-Operated Girl offers real-life revelations from a former sex worker for the Brighton Fringe Festival.
Le Mot Juste Theatre bring their production of Gogol’s The Overcoat to the Brighton Fringe. The show runs from Thursday, May 16 to Sunday, May 19, at 5.30pm, at The Old Courtroom, 18 Church Street.
The brilliant Rude Mechanical Theatre Company will give an outdoor performance of their delightful and hilarious new play ‘Harlequin Goes to the Moon’ in the Crouch Gardens, East Street, Seaford this summer.
In the first of an occasional series taking a close look at the many popular places to visit in Sussex, Head of Digital Steve Payne visits High Beeches Garden near Handcross.
The Star Group Celebrates 21 years from Saturday, May 25, to Sunday, June 2.
An artist and her seven-year-old daughter are both celebrating success.
Let me be clear: this band is very, very good live.
Northbrook College student 21-year-old Nick Brittain is organising a cabaret evening at Bar Release, Worthing, on May 12 to fund his further studies.
Henfield Theatre Company take to the stage this week with Mack and Mabel.
Seaford Choral Society’s spring concert was well received by an appreciative audience.
Beyond Theatre presents the world premiere of The Dress Circle, written and adapted by Laurie Graham for the Brighton Fringe.
Internationally renowned period instrument orchestra celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Coronation of Elizabeth II
1979 was a year to remember! Margaret Thatcher was elected as Prime Minister; Burgess, Philby, Maclean and Blunt were exposed as spies; and, in the music world, The Hanover Band, which has since performed to great acclaim throughout the United States, Mexico, Canada, Europe and the UK, was founded.
Well-known artists and newcomers are showing their work in the industrial setting of the old Phoenix Ironworks as part of the Brighton Fringe Festival 2013.
Newick Amateur Dramatic Society’s May production will be Our Man in Havana by Graham Greene.
Leading concert guitarist Richard Durrant comes to Eastbourne with a brand-new show.
Off the Cuff head to the Brighton Fringe 2013 on May 3, 6 and 27 at 8.30pm at Upstairs at Three and Ten, 10 Steine Street, Brighton.
The award winning Seaford Musical Theatre Juniors company received rave reviews from the audiences of last week’s show ‘Aladdin’, written and directed by Paula Woolven, and performed at the Barn Theatre, Seaford.
Review: The Misanthrope, Brighton Theatre Royal, until Saturday May 4 by Samantha Clark
The Barefoot Players are preparing for their next production at the Brighton Fringe Festival.
Twelve artists will display their work at a pop-up art gallery.
Gerry Cross The Mersey brings Gerry of The Pacemakers fame to Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill on Saturday, April 27 at 8pm (01444 242888)
Maxine Jones is heading for The Quadrant, Brighton, from Thursday, May 16, to Saturday, May 18, at 5.45pm.
Seaford Choral Society offer their spring concert at St Leonard’s Church, Church Street, Seaford on Saturday, April 27 at 7.30pm.
A brand-new comedy club opens its doors on Friday, April 26 in Haywards Heath.
Go Back For Murder, Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne
Multi Olivier Award-winner Zoë Wanamaker is at the Theatre Royal, Brighton, in Passion Play, Peter Nichols’ celebrated black comedy about love and infidelity.
Following the huge successes of their collaboration on Tartuffe and The Hypochondriac, English Touring Theatre and Liverpool Playhouse complete a trilogy of Roger McGough adaptations of classic Molière comedies with The Misanthrope, which visits Theatre Royal, Brighton, for a week long run from Tuesday, April 30, to Saturday, May 4.
- From the back pages, May 23: Chelsea in pole position to land £80m Ronaldo after former Real president Calderon dismisses United return
- Benefit fraudster to be sentenced
- VIDEO ‘Trevor the Seal’ pays a visit to Seaford beach
- Review: The Kite Runner, Brighton Festival, until Saturday May 25
- Lewes to Uckfield rail link is moving further down the track
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Weather for Lewes
Friday 24 May 2013
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