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Whimsical look at country life...

East Dean’s Francis Emery offers a whimsical, humorous look at country life with his new book, Down on Red Bucket Farm.

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Jazz Up Your Lizard in Brighton

Steve Murison show in Brighton

Jazz Up Your Lizard, a new exhibition opening at Brighton’s Gallery Lock In on February 1, will showcase the vibrant work of Scottish artist Steve Murison and mark the five-year anniversary of online outsider art resource kdoutsiderart.com.

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Terry Ellis

The truth about Jimi Hendrix...

Littlehampton’s Terry Ellis is editor – and co-author with Wales-based Rod Harrod – of a new book which aims to set the Jimi Hendrix record straight.

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Inua Ellams

Inua Ellams in Brighton

An Evening with an Immigrant is the emotionally-charged title as Inua Ellams takes to the stage in The Old Courtroom, 118 Church Street, Brighton on Saturday and Sunday, January 28 and 29 at 7.30pm.

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Tom Trott pic by  Richard Gaskill

American classics inspire Brighton crime writer

Blacklisted by the police, sued by a client and broke… things can’t get any worse for Brighton’s number-one private detective, Joe Grabarz, hero of the debut novel from Brighton-based Tom Trott.

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Anthony P Holden

Contrasting books from Worthing author

Worthing author Anthony P Holden is in print with two sharply-contrasting new books, one a historical thriller, the other a collection of children’s stories.

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Jonathan

High hopes for Worthing's Ghostboy!

Worthing-based film-maker Jonathan Brooks is hoping 2017 will prove the year his short film Ghostboy takes strides towards becoming a series.

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J Constable Seascape Study  Boat and Stormy Sky 1824-28  c.Royal Academy of Arts Photo John Hammond

New exhibition to explore Constable’s pivotal time in Brighton

The show will run at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery from April 8-October 8.

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Gandini Juggling: 4X4 Ephemeral Architectures. Photography by ASH

Chichester: the fascination of juggling

So what is it that draws us to jugglers, that makes us watch them so intently?

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Aldwick rocks during a spectacular sunrise. All photos www.benjamingraham.co.uk

Felpham photographer captures Sussex in all its majesty and wonder

They are the places we know and love but captured with such vivid beauty and colour that his photographs almost don’t seem real.

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Preparing for the exhibition

Worthing Open exhibition proves ongoing success

With a different selection panel, it would, of course, have been a completely-different exhibition.
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Work by Karen Lintott

Recent graduates show their work in Chichester exhibition

The Oxmarket Centre of Arts, Chichester reopens its doors this January with its first major exhibition of the year featuring new graduate artists.

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Michael Jayston

Thursday: Festival of Chichester fundraiser tonight!

A special seasonal treat of words, music and mince pies is heading Chichester’s way when the Festive Jazz Café takes off in the atmospheric setting of historic St John’s Chapel on Thursday, December 8.

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Peter

Chichester crime writer Peter Lovesey is honoured

The Detection Club, Britain’s oldest club for crime writers, has honoured award-winning Chichester crime writer Peter Lovesey with an 80th birthday tribute, a collection of short stories by its members.

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Follower of George Smith of Chichester

Inspired by a celebrated Chichester painter

Chichester inspiration can be seen in a painting coming up for auction.
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Secret Brighton: The Chain Pier (Courtesy of Brighton Print Collectors)

A look at Secret Brighton...

New book Secret Brighton offers a unique insight into the intriguing and eccentric city of Brighton through lesser-known aspects of its history.
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Attila

Brighton poets gather in support of refugees

Poets are massing in Brighton on Sunday (December 11) for a ten-hour poetry relay which is on track to raise £30,000 for refugees.

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David Johnston - Sussex Wayfarer

The changing Sussex countryside

David Johnston celebrates his enduring love of the changing Sussex countryside with his new book A Sussex Wayfarer’s Nature Notes.

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Book end decoratons

Sussex fairy lore at Rudyard Kipling’s family home, Bateman's, this Christmas

Author Rudyard Kipling was one of the many inspired by East Sussex’s fairy tale heritage when he lived at Bateman’s, Burwash in the early twentieth century.

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Work by Trudy

Chichester artist opens her doors for a "major clear-out"

Artist Trudy Redfern is holding an open-studio clearance sale at 10 Oak Tree Farm, Hambrook, Chichester, PO18 8QA on Saturday, December 3 from 10am-4pm.

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