Double bill for Lewes Live Literature

Lewes Live Literature presents a double bill at All Saints Centre on Tuesday 26 June at 7.45pm: 'Pushkin's Half Hour' by John Agard and 'The Devil's Storybook' by Annika Brown.

Theatre and Comedy
Peter with the painting

Prestigious selection for Goring artist

Goring artist Peter Allwright has had one of his paintings selected for the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2018, now celebrating its 250th year.

on tour

Anniversary tour for New Sussex Opera Chorus

New Sussex Opera Chorus are promising a sparkling May/June production – the first of two in the company’s 40th year.

Nicola Hancock

Enjoy the Chichester Art Trail treasures coming up!

Art-lovers can get a taste of this year’s Chichester Art Trail at a special preview exhibition at Chichester’s Oxmarket Gallery.

Laura Ritchie

Young talents contest top prize at University of Chichester

The Robert Headley Music Prize is the big reward as Funtington Music Group holds its 15th Student Showcase Competition on April 18 at 7.30pm in the University of Chichester Chapel.

Lancing & Sompting Concert Band

Worthing singers combine for Help for Heroes charity night

A host of Worthing-area bands and singers will be joining forces to perform a charity concert in aid of Help for Heroes at the Assembly Hall, Worthing on Saturday, March 31.

Sami Stone

Impressive line-up at VegfestUK Brighton Vegan Comedy Festival.

Top comedy is the promise at the VegfestUK Brighton Vegan Comedy Festival.
Theatre and Comedy
Victorian visionaries Thomas Jackson

Victorian transformations explored...

Historians Andrew Foster and Martin Jones offer an investigative tour to reveal how an up-and-coming architect, Thomas Jackson, and the Rector William Izard, restored and modernised St Mary’s Slindon in the 1860s.
Tim Barford

Vegfest prepares to meet fast-rising need

VegfestUK enters its tenth year in Brighton on the back of fast-rising numbers of vegans.

The choir

Singing for better mental health!

A Brighton choir is championing singing as a way of tackling mental-health issues head on.

Whats on
Simon Wilkins - Chichester Symphony Orchestra

New conductor in charge for Chichester Symphony Orchestra

Chichester Symphony Orchestra offers its first concert under new conductor Simon Wilkins at St Paul’s Church, Chichester on Saturday, March 17 at 7.30pm.
Sarah Middleton as Rose and Jacob James Beswick as Pinkie

Brighton Rock... in Brighton!

It’s easy to dismiss Pinkie in Brighton Rock as a psychopath.

Theatre and Comedy
The Jive Aces

The Jive Aces lead all-day jive

The Jive Aces return to host an all-day jive at Worthing’s Assembly Hall.

T S Eliiot

Half Hour Hits in Lewes

Lewes Live Literature presents Half Hour Hits on Saturday, September 30 from 2pm

Theatre and Comedy
Brief Encounter

Brief Encounter takes to the stage

The Wick Theatre Company take to the stage with a production of Emma Rice’s adaptation of Noel Coward’s Brief Encounter.

Theatre and Comedy
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.

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).

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.

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.

La Cage Aux Folles

American actor Adrian is getting to know the UK in La Cage Aux Folles

La Cage Aux Folles isn’t just Adrian Zmed’s first time on the UK stage. It was pretty much his first time in the country.

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