Liza Pulman celebrates Streisand in East Grinstead

Liza Sings Streisand is at Chequer Mead, East Grinstead, on Wednesday, November 15 (7.30pm).

DArcy Trinkwon. Picture by Michel Focard de Fontefiguieres

Free concert from Sussex University orgamist D’Arcy Trinkwon

The increasingly successful series 45 Minutes of Music has resumed for the new academic year in The Meeting House, University of Sussex, Brighton.

Declan McKenna

Indie sensation Declan McKenna takes his latest tour to Brighton

Rising indie-pop star Declan McKenna has had a fantastic year.

The Eskies

The Eskies bring their new album to The Prince Albert, Brighton

And Don’t Spare The Horses is the title of the new album, which comes out at the start of December – a title that perfectly sums up the band, says Ian Bermingham, of Dublin-based band The Eskies.

Melvyn Tan

Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra ready for latest season at The Dome

Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra and its regular audience are looking forward to their new season of Sunday afternoon concerts at Brighton Dome.

Lorde performing at the Brighton Centre. Pictures by Ollie Tunmore

REVIEW: Lorde brings Melodrama world tour to the Brighton Centre

The New Zealand star brought theatrics, dancers and a set list packed with her best hits to Brighton on Saturday (September 30).

The Magnard Ensemble

Sussex musician brings Roald Dahl to a new audience through music

Roald Dahl is much in the news this year following his 2016 centenary year and a Sussex musician is right at the forefront of continuing the celebrations.

Tosca at the Hawth

Review: Tosca, The Hawth

Seeing Tosca at the Hawth on Tuesday was a first for me. It was not just the first time I have seen Tosca, but the first time I have experienced opera in the flesh.
Ruby Tiger

Soul, blues and rock ‘n’ roll all-dayer for the Alzheimer’s Society

Bognor Regis’ Kez Bridger and Olivia Stevens are staging Keep Me In Mind, a soul, blues and rock ‘n’ roll all-dayer for the Alzheimer’s Society.

The Salts

Folk band’s sea shanties should go down a storm in Brighton

Some 21st-century folk will fire a respectful broadside at the traditional when The Salts play Brighton Open Air Theatre on Sunday, September 10.

Michael Stefan Wood

Burgess Hill Choral Society searches for new singers

Burgess Hill Choral Society is looking for new members as it approaches a new season.

Dreamboats and Petticoats

Review: Dreamboats and Petticoats, The Hawth

Dreamboats and Petticoats is always a surefire hit.
Sam                     Pic by John Rogers

Jazz player Sam launches his debut album in Brighton

London-based jazz saxophonist Sam Braysher plays The Verdict Jazz Club in Brighton on September 9 as part of the launch tour for his debut album, Golden Earrings (Fresh Sound New Talent Records).

Liam Gallagher SUS-170831-152918001

Liam Gallagher announces Brighton tour date

Liam Gallagher has announced the first arena tour of his solo career which includes a date at the Brighton Centre.

Peace Train  The Cat Stevens Story

Tribute show looks at Cat Stevens’ journey of self-discovery

Award-winning Australian musician Darren Coggan brings Peace Train – The Cat Stevens Story to the UK for the first time, with a tour that takes in Brighton Theatre Royal on Sunday, September 17.

Little Mix

Little Mix set for Ardingly concert

Little Mix, the world’s biggest girl band, are set to stop off in Ardingly as part of their Summer Shout Out tour.

Orange Circus

Broadway Sound brings a feast of live music to Haywards Heath

The largest ever number of bands and artists are set to perform at this year’s Broadway Sound on Sunday, August 27, in Haywards Heath.

Seth Lakeman

2017 Rye International Jazz & Blues Festival opens this week

The 2017 Rye International Jazz & Blues Festival will prove a major attraction this Bank Holiday weekend.

The Mamma Mia! cast. Photo by Brinkhoff M+genburg

REVIEW: Mamma Mia!, Brighton Centre

If you haven't seen Mamma Mia! - and I am sure there are not many of you left - you are missing out, it really is the ultimate feel-good party.

Katie Eccles as Baby and Johnny Castle 6. Picture by Alistair Muir

Review: Dirty Dancing, The Hawth

There are a lot of films which scream out for a stage version and there are some that are not.

Theatre and Comedy
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