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.

Little Mix

Little Mix announce Sussex tour date

Heralded as the world’s biggest girl band, Little Mix are starting their 2018 tour in Hove.

James Blunt

REVIEW: James Blunt lights a spark in Brighton’s heart

Brighton audiences were given a concert fit for a - future - king when James Blunt’s tour landed in the city on Friday (November 24).

The performers at the end of the concert in front of Grace Robinsons artwork. Pictures by Melvyn Walmsley

REVIEW: Performing arts concert at St Wilfrid’s helps Friends of Chernobyl’s Children

Charity concert in aid of Friends of Chernobyl’s Children, St Wilfrid’s Church, Haywards Heath, November 18

Mainly Madness

Experience the magic of Madness at Clair Hall, Haywards Heath

Sussex residents can enjoy an evening of live entertainment at a spectacular charity tribute concert next week.

Charlie Moss

New single from Brighton’s Charlie Moss

Brighton based songwriter Charlie Moss launches his new single ‘Into My Soul’ at the Komedia, Brighton, this Sunday (November 19).

Mel Giedroyc will be co-hosting the show

Eurovision Song Contest: ‘The Nation Decides’ in Brighton - how to get your tickets

Brighton will be hosting the UK national selection for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in February.

From left to right: Robert Hammersley, Lawrence Olsworth-Peter, Olivia Bell and Robert Davies. Picture by Melvyn Walmsley

REVIEW: Haywards Heath Remembrance Concert offers an imaginatively inclusive programme

Remembrance Concert in aid of the Royal British Legion, Ardingly Choral Society and Mid Sussex Sinfonia, Dolphin Leisure Centre, Haywards Heath, Sunday, November 12.


Steps, Aqua and Blue set to perform at Ardingly

Steps have returned to claim their pop crown once again.

Matthew Trusler. Picture by Sheila Rock

REVIEW: Fine BPO concert brings conflict to mind

Solo violinist Matthew Trusler caught the dissonance of war in his marvellously projected Britten Violin Concerto in D Minor at The Dome, Brighton, in the Remembrance Sunday concert.

The Storeys and Georgina Bowden

St Wilfrid’s charity concert offers two world premieres in Haywards Heath

St Wilfrid’s Church, Haywards Heath, presents a free concert on Saturday, November 18 (7am), for Friends of Chernobyl’s Children.


Turbowolf bring their unique rock mixture to Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar

Turbowolf perform at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton, on Monday, October 30 (7.30pm).

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