Making a song and dance of it

THE newly-announced spring season at The Hawth in Crawley promises a huge variety of live productions, music, comedy, films and exhibitions.

As venue spokeswoman Lorraine Gould said: "There is music to suit every taste. There's jazz from Martin Speake (Feb 5), who takes tunes from the '20s to '40s and reinvents them, and the world-renowned Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will be returning once more as part of our Classical Season with the perfect treat for Valentine's Day, Romantic Classics (Feb 14).

"Billy Ocean (Feb 17) will be bringing hits including Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car, Love Really Hurts Without You and There'll Be Sad Songs to wow Crawley audiences and Alexander O'Neal (Mar 28) takes to the stage with '80s soul classics from Criticise to Never Knew Love Like This.

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"Get all dressed up and ready to sing and dance along to your favourite songs with Sing-a-long-a Sound of Music (Feb 11), or maybe Bjrn Again (Feb 24) will be the ones to have you dancing in the aisles."

For full feature and more arts and entertainments see West Sussex Gazette January 7