Superwoman singer Rebecca Ferguson brings tour to Bexill

Singer Rebecca Ferguson performs at De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill, on Friday February 16.

The 2017 community orchestra. Picture by Alison Willows

Musicians of all ages and abilities wanted for community orchestra

Classical music group Ensemble Reza are excited to be running their Community Orchestra for a third year.

Robert Eggleston

Traditional music shows to say farewell to Martlets Hall in Burgess Hill

The Martlets Hall has been part of Burgess Hill’s live arts scene since the 1970s but it is closing in June to make way for a town centre revamp.

Totally Tina. Picture by Keith Fletcher (Fletch Photography)

Spectacular tribute to Tina Turner comes to Brighton

A breathtaking tribute to Tina Turner is coming to Theatre Royal Brighton, on Wednesday, January 31 (7.30pm).

The Brew

The Brew: ‘We are trying to bring our story back to the UK’

The Brew will headline at the Komedia in Brighton on Thursday, January 25, as they continue in their bid to conquer their own country.

Kasai Masai

African music in Graffham

Music promoter Roots Around the World is heading back to where it all started – The Empire Hall, Graffham – with UK-based African band Kasai Masai and their dancers on Saturday, January 10.

Mid Sussex Choir under the direction of Andrew Sutton

REVIEW: Mid Sussex Choir proves that Bob Chilcott does mix well with Handel

Christmas Concert, Mid Sussex Choir, St Wilfrid’s Church, Haywards Heath, Saturday, December 16

Rebecca Bottone performs with the Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra

Soprano joins Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra for a very Viennese New Year’s Eve

Soprano Rebecca Bottone joins Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra for a New Year’s Eve Viennese Gala concert on December 31 (2.45pm

The Sussex Harmonisers and guests with Mark Grindall. Picture: Charles Hobley

REVIEW: Fine unaccompanied singing from the Sussex Harmonisers and guests

Sing with The Sussex Harmonisers Christmas Concert, St John the Evangelist Church, Burgess Hill, December 12

From left: Marianne Goodale (soprano), David Hadden (bass), Robert Hammersley (conductor), John Baker (tenor) and Olivia Bell (soprano)

REVIEW: A celebration of Advent with Ardingly Choral Society

Advent Carol Concert by Candlelight in aid of St Peter & St James Hospice, Ardingly Choral Society, Ardingly College Chapel, Tuesday, December 19

Brighton Festival Chorus

REVIEW: Brighton Festival Chorus singers serve sparkling aperitif

Brighton Festival Chorus, Christmas Concert, Brighton Dome, Sunday, December 17

The cast belting out a number

Review: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the Hawth

When do I start getting that Christmas feeling? Normally it's after I have seen the Hawth panto.
Theatre and Comedy
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Review: Minor alterations to festive favourites prove a winter winner

There is nothing quite like a Christmas carol to set the tone for the festive period.

The Hanover Band

The Messiah in Chichester Cathedral

Arundel’s Hanover Band present The Messiah this Christmas.

Michael Ball and Alfie Boe

Review: Michael Ball and Alfie Boe, The Brighton Centre

Is there a more crowd-pleasing duo than Michael Ball and Alfie Boe?

Michael Wood

REVIEW: Joy and drama from Burgess Hill Symphony Orchestra

St.Andrew’s Church was packed for the November concert given by the Burgess Hill Symphony Orchestra.

Lau. Picture by Genevieve Stevenson

Modern folk trio Lau mark tenth year with Brighton gig

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).

SikTh. Picture by Gobinder Jhitta,

Prog metal band SikTh come back bigger than ever

Splitting up did wonders for SikTh’s popularity. They are now back together again and riding high.

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Review: Rag ‘n’ Bone Man takes Brighton by storm

Globally renowned and born in nearby Uckfield, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man (otherwise known as Rory Graham) made a triumphant return to the Brighton Centre last night, concluding the UK run of The Overproof Tour.


"So sorry about Trump!"

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.

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