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Miranda writer Paul Kerensa in Worthing

Paul Kerensa admits he will probably be leaving it all to the last minute as he ponders his set for his latest visit to Matt’s Comedy Club in Worthing (Connaught Studio, Thursday, March 29, 8pm).

Theatre and Comedy
Jonathan Willcocks

Handel masterpiece for The Chichester Singers

The Chichester Singers offer a programme of Handel, Parry and Duruflé when they perform in Chichester Cathedral on Saturday, March 24 at 7.30pm.

Bravo Team promised much but delivered little

Console Corner: Bravo Team PSVR review

A Supermassive disappointment.

Frankie and Imelda

New film Finding Your Feet features Chichester's Frankie Oatway

It’s at the start, it’s one of the best scenes in the movie and it features Witterings-based actor Frankie Oatway.

Theatre and Comedy
The Rowland Singers

The Rowland Singers Choral Society offer Good Friday concert in Worthing

The Rowland Singers Choral Society will be performing Haydn’s The Creation on Good Friday evening.


Accompanist needed for new Worthing choir

The Rev Beverley Miles, chaplain at Worthing-based charity, Care for Veterans, is in search of a pianist to accompany a new choir she has organised.

Downland Coast by Will Dyke

The Printmakers’ Exhibition at Chichester's Oxmarket Gallery,

The Printmakers’ Exhibition comes to the Oxmarket Gallery, Chichester, an annual show organised by Will and Nicki Dyke who run independent print classes and workshops in the area.


Idlewild's Roddy Woomble on getting over his mid-life crisis

A mid-life crisis been successfully navigated by Idlewild’s Roddy Woomble on his latest solo album, on the back of which he tours to Brighton.

Mon Frere

Mon Frere's music will fill the Atlantic airwaves

The music of Littlehampton and Brighton-based band Mon Frere will be taking to the skies over the Atlantic for two months this spring.
Joe Pasquale as Frank Spencer in Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, credit Michael Wharley

Joe Pasquale brings the hapless Frank Spencer back to life!

Joe Pasquale is working his way through stage versions of shows which were landmark moments in his childhood.
Theatre and Comedy

The secrets of travelling safely...

As Lloyd Figgins says, the rewards we can reap from exploring this amazing planet of ours are incalculable.
Sheku Kanneh-Mason

BBC Young Musician of the Year Sheku Kanneh-Mason delights Worthing audience

A SELL-OUT concert starring the 2016 BBC Young Musician of the Year justified with talent to spare Worthing Symphony Orchestra's proud boast, 'world-class music on your doorstep'.

Rosoman, Officer in Drag, 1968 (c) The Artists Estate

Focus on Leonard Rosoman at Chichester’s Pallant House Gallery

A new exhibition at Chichester’s Pallant House Gallery explores the influence of the theatre on British painter Leonard Rosoman (1913-2012).
Sue Colyer Memories of Norway

Sue Colyer’s Elements of Nature exhibition at the Oxmarket Gallery, Chichester

Contemporary watercolours make up Sue Colyer’s Elements of Nature exhibition at the Oxmarket Gallery, Chichester from March 13-25.

Margaret Bristow credit:

Vicky Meets… Margaret Bristow, Volunteer Manager of The Regis Centre shop

A passionate supporter of the arts being available to all, listening to Margaret talk about her early career as a dancer and acrobat is mesmerising stuff.

Theatre and Comedy

Chichester’s Oxmarket Gallery focuses on St Ives painter Alfred Wallis.

A new exhibition at Chichester’s Oxmarket Gallery at the end of March celebrates the life and work of St Ives painter Alfred Wallis.


Worthing Choral Society tackle great masterpiece

Joined by the Sinfonia of Arun and conducted by Aedan Kerney, Worthing Choral Society take on one of the repertoire’s great masterpieces, Verdi’s Requiem in Worthing’s Assembly Hall on Saturday, March 24 at 7.30pm

Some of the cast

Worthing date for Chichester students on tour

The great Chichester adventure comes to a conclusion for a group of third-year musical-theatre students currently on tour.


Get ahead in music promotion

A special event coming up at Shoreham’s Ropetackle promises to get you ahead of the curve when it comes to event promotion.
Matthew Scott

How music combats the "sensory overload" for autistic performer

Ensemble Mirage are the latest guests in the Chichester Chamber Concerts series.
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