Arundel’s Hanover Band present The Messiah this Christmas.
After staging The Man Who Came to Dinner twice as head of drama at Roedean, Kate Armes is delighted to fill in the missing ingredient as she directs now for the Southwick Players... The men.
Lau look back over their first ten years as they take to the road, with dates including the Komedia in Brighton on December 4 (7.30pm).
Splitting up did wonders for SikTh’s popularity. They are now back together again and riding high.
US actor and comedian Margaret Cho accepts that she is going to have to do an awful lot of apologising when she gets over here.
December 7 sees the launch in Bognor Regis of a new group that will encourage adults to explore drama and “discover their inner thespian”.
Chris Ellison, who enjoyed a longstanding role as DCI Frank Burnside in The Bill, is a copper again, this time on stage.
Brighton based songwriter Charlie Moss launches his new single ‘Into My Soul’ at the Komedia, Brighton, this Sunday (November 19).
BROS Musical Productions will take you Into The Woods for their latest production, the James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim classic recently seen on the big screen.
Rated one of the best live bands in the UK, Lightyear are back together for their 20th anniversary with a tour taking in The Haunt, Brighton, on October 28 (7pm, £12).
Argentinian tango singer Martin Alvarado – dubbed an Alfie Boe of the tango world – is in concert at St George’s Church, Brighton, on November 3 (8pm).
The increasingly successful series 45 Minutes of Music has resumed for the new academic year in The Meeting House, University of Sussex, Brighton.
It’s all come full circle for the Storage Hunters team.
Philip Ayckbourn, the son of playwright Sir Alan Ayckbourn, directs his own play Timeshare in Lewes this week.
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.