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.
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'.


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.
WMC Staff

Open day at Worthing Music Centre

Sally Sanderson jokes that she probably wouldn’t be happy until she couldn’t physically squeeze another youngster in there.

The Consort of Twelve

The Consort of Twelve in Emsworth

Portsmouth Festival Choir builds on its reputation for innovative programming with a concert in Emsworth.

Iron Tyger

Iron Tyger back at The Chichester Inn

Sussex rock band Iron Tyger return to The Chichester Inn, Chichester on Saturday, March 17, in association with Time Machine Records.

Flash Company - Steve Collett, Charlie Cleary, Lin Bowen, Dom OConnor

Worthing's St Patrick's Day celebrations!

After a four-year break, Worthing’s Flash Company are reviving their annual St Patrick’s Day charity fundraiser at St Paul’s Art Centre in Worthing, to raise funds for St Barnabas House hospice.
Angmering Chorale

"One of the greatest choral works ever composed"

Angmering Chorale is to present one of the greatest choral works ever composed, in Arundel Cathedral on Saturday March 17 at 7.30pm.

Dominic Grier

Schubert and Brahms for Worthing Philharmonic Orchestra

Schubert and Brahms will be on the programme for Worthing Philharmonic Orchestra’s symphony concert on Sunday, March 18 at 3pm.
Ashton Lane

Named after the street on which they met...

Ashton Lane, the husband-and-wife duo named after a cobbled Glasgow street where they met, play at Tuppenny Barn, Southbourne, this Saturday (March 17) as part of a three-month tour to lead them into what will be a hectic festival season.
Ken Dodd

Remembering the great Ken Dodd

For years, Southsea and Worthing – and occasionally Chichester – were fixtures for Sir Ken Dodd on his south-coast comedy circuit: memories all the more precious now that he has gone.
Sheku Kanneh-Mason - credit Lars Borges

REVIEW: Sheku Kanneh-Mason’s debut concert with Worthing Symphony Orchestra

Assembly Hall, Worthing

Simon Wilkins - Chichester Symphony Orchestra

New conductor in charge for Chichester Symphony Orchestra

Chichester Symphony Orchestra offers its first concert under new conductor Simon Wilkins at St Paul’s Church, Chichester on Saturday, March 17 at 7.30pm.
On the road

Worthing and Chichester dates for students on the road with Bernstein classic

The University of Chichester’s regional touring company are on the road to launch Chichester’s centenary celebrations of Leonard Bernstein, the man who composed the Chichester Psalms.
Theatre and Comedy
The band

Celebrating a classic album

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac mark 40 years since the iconic Rumours album with a new tour, taking in Portsmouth Guildhall on Sunday, March 18 at 7.30pm and G Live, Guildford on Monday, March 19 at 7.30pm.
Joseph J Jones

Joseph J Jones: new track ahead of Brighton date

Joseph J Jones releases a new track Speaking In Tongues through Communion Records ahead of a date at Brighton’s Hope And Ruin on March 14.

Fun for the children

Dinosaurs and pirates converge on Worthing!

After huge success a couple of years ago, Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs are back, this time with the tale of The Magic Cutlass, heading to Worthing’s Connaught Theatre on March 18.

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