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Homecoming gig in summer for Keane singer Tom Chaplin

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Earth's Essence wines from South Africa

RICHARD ESLING: South Africa produces new innovative wines

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Burnout Paradise has been given the remaster treatment

Console Corner: Burnout Paradise Remastered

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society

Film review: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society (4 out of 5)

Arts

REVIEW: A captivating and challenging one-man play about fathers, sons and Brahms

Theatre and Comedy

National Tea Day: The Sussex tea company given the thumbs up by Selfridges

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Mariam Batsashvili. Picture by Mariam Batsashvil Attila Kleb

Astonishing Georgian pianist Mariam Batsashvili opens new Glynde Place concert series

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DM17526645a.jpg Living History Festival Weald and Downland Living Museum. Photo by Derek Martin SUS-170406-153451008

Festival to bring history to life at museum

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Homecoming gig in summer for Keane singer Tom Chaplin

Music
Mariam Batsashvili. Picture by Mariam Batsashvil Attila Kleb

Astonishing Georgian pianist Mariam Batsashvili opens new Glynde Place concert series

Music
BABII. Picture by Joel Knight

Brighton’s best independent bands head to the Dome for all-day event

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Sussex Harmony. Picture by TB-PR.com

Sussex Harmony singers strive to keep cheerful church music alive

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Laura Ritchie

Young talents contest top prize at University of Chichester

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Homecoming gig in summer for Keane singer Tom Chaplin

Music
Andrew Wheaton as Anton

REVIEW: A captivating and challenging one-man play about fathers, sons and Brahms

Theatre and Comedy
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society

Film review: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society (4 out of 5)

Arts
DM17526645a.jpg Living History Festival Weald and Downland Living Museum. Photo by Derek Martin SUS-170406-153451008

Festival to bring history to life at museum

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Sussex screenings for 50th anniversary of The Beatles Yellow Submarine

Arts
Millicent Simmonds in Wonderstruck

Film review: Wonderstruck (4 out of 5 stars)

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