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REVIEW: The Wipers Times, Chichester Festival Theatre

In 1916 a group of soldiers of the 24th division of the Sherwood Foresters discovered a printing press in the bombed ruins of Ypres and launched their own newspaper.
News
Brakes

Film review: Brakes (3 out of 5)

Brakes has the interesting sub-title of ‘If you knew where it would end, would you ever begin?’

TV and Film
Bognor lit up at Christmas on a previous year. Photo Kate Shemilt

Cast of Aladdin to help switch on Bognor’s Christmas lights

The countdown to Christmas begins in Bognor Regis this week with a host of activities.

News
Revealed: Britain’s favourite sitcom

Revealed: Britain’s favourite sitcom

Only Fools and Horses has been voted Britain’s best loved sitcom taking a staggering third of the votes, a survey has revealed.

TV and Film
Courtesans

"Doom pop" from the Courtesans

London “doom pop” group Courtesans play The Hope & Ruin in Brighton on November 26 as they head towards a new album release next year.

Music
Christopher: youreventphotography

Dame Christopher's debut panto in Bognor

After a number of pantos in his hometown of Portsmouth, Christopher Marlowe moves along the coast this year for his first pantomime in Bognor Regis.
Theatre and Comedy
The Wipers Time CREDIT Alastair Muir

Wipers Times at Chichester Festival Theatre

George Kemp – who has been with the great Wipers Times stage adventure right from the very start – is delighted now to be taking it out on the road.
Theatre and Comedy
The War of the Worlds. Photo: Roy Smiljanic.

World famous musical announces Brighton dates

The iconic musical The War of the Worlds will be coming to Brighton next year.

Theatre and Comedy
Lost in Paris

Film review: Lost in Paris (4 out of 5)

This relatively short (83 minutes), low budget, quirky movie is one of the funniest films I’ve had the pleasure of seeing this year.

TV and Film
Assassins Creed plays as good as it looks

Console Corner: Assassin’s Creed Origins review

Origins of a new era for Assassin’s.

Tech
Concern over casting

Harry Potter fans split over new movie casting

The title and cast of the sequel to Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them has officially been revealed by Warner Bros but fans of the wizarding franchise remain split over the casting of the new movie.

TV and Film

Listings: November 18 - 24

To submit an event for the listings, please send details to listings@chiobserver.co.uk.

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Kingsley

Vicky meets… Kingsley Poole, author

Whenever he goes for a run along the towpath, local author and GP Kingsley Poole bids a cheery ‘hello’ to the bridges along Chichester Canal.

Arts
Linda Foskett

Exhibition from Linda Foskett

Through the Seasons offers an exhibition at Chichester’s Oxmarket Gallery running from Monday, November 20 until Sunday, December 3 by Linda Foskett.

Arts
Faryl

Faryl Smith joins West Sussex gala concert

Britain’s Got Talent finalist, mezzo-soprano Faryl Smith admits she’s maybe doing things the wrong way round.

Music
Alissa Firsova by Aiga Photography

Pianist Alissa Firsova returns

The autumn Worthing Philharmonic Orchestra concert features the return of pianist Alissa Firsova.

Music
A Judgment in Stone (C) Photographer Geraint Lewis (Chris Ellison & Ben Nealon)

A copper once more...

Chris Ellison, who enjoyed a longstanding role as ITV’s DCI Frank Burnside in The Bill and the spin-off series Burnside, is a copper again, this time on stage.

Theatre and Comedy
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.

Music
CRAZY FOR YOU. Tom Chambers 'Bobby' and Company. Richard Davenport.

Where's the star? He's in the ice bath!

While you sip your red wine in the interval, spare a thought for the star of the show.

Theatre and Comedy
All the prize winners

Arun Young Musician 2017 is announced

Bognor Regis cellist James Dew has been confirmed Arun Young Musician 2017 following his performance of Hungarian Rhapsody by David Popper.
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