All's fair for Littlehampton choir!

Littlehampton’s Edwin James Festival Choir stage their very own summer fair this weekend.

The company

Sister Act hits Bognor Regis this week!

BROS Musical Productions bring Sister Act to Bognor’s Regis Centre from May 22-26.

Theatre and Comedy
Ed Goodale Band - Ed with guitar and Ollie on Cajon

East Preston date for the Ed Goodale Band

A string of spring dates lines up for the brothers at the heart of the Ed Goodale Band.

The orchestra

Celebrating the genius of George Harrison

A busy summer lines up for the ten-piece All Things Must Pass Orchestra, a tribute to the genius of George Harrison.

SIPC Winner Yi-Yang Chen at the piano, with fellow finalists and past winners (pic Andrew Mardell)

Triumph in the 4th Sussex International Piano Competition in Worthing

The grand final was held in the Assembly Hall, Worthing with Worthing Symphony Orchestra; John Gibbons, conductor, competition co-founder and artistic director.

Emily Barden

Get ready for SelseyStock!

A great line-up of musicians is promised as SelseyStock doubles its length this weekend.

Gretchen Peters

Gretchen Peters in Worthing

Award-winning American singer Gretchen Peters, with special guest Kim Richey, will be at the Pavilion Theatre, Worthing, on Sunday, June 3.

Alfie Ordinary by Scott Chalmers

Chichester's very own “Fabulous Drag Prince!"

Chichester born and bred, “Fabulous Drag Prince” Alfie Ordinary brings his debut solo show back to Sussex after success in Hollywood and Australia.
Fabio Zanon Eduardo-Sardinha

Guitarist Fabio Zanon in Bognor Regis

Fabio Zanon offers a recital at the Regis School of Music, 46 Sudley Road, Bognor Regis, on Saturday, May 26 at 7.30pm.

Dawn and Amy-Lou

Chichester Cabaret Club is back!

Chichester Cabaret Club’s benefit fundraiser special takes to the stage at Chichester’s Pallant Suite on Saturday, May 26 from 7pm-11pm, organised by Dawn Gracie.
Fr Tim

Chichester's Friday Night concerts resume

Following on from the successful April concert when Chichester City Band performed, the Last Friday in the Month Concerts at St George’s welcome Canon Tim Peskett, Rector of St George’s, Whyke on Friday, May 25 at 7.30pm. He will be giving an organ recital on the Nicholson organ at St George’s Church, Cleveland Road, Chichester.

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

Tom's Crazy For You in Brighton

While you sip your red wine in the interval, spare a thought for the star of the show.  Tom Chambers will be spending the interval in his ice bath.
Stewart Collins

Petworth Festival tickets now on sale!

Petworth Festival will be celebrating its 40th anniversary this summer (July 17-August 4), with tickets now on sale ( or 01798 344576 – Tuesday to Saturday 10am-1pm).

Mimbre The Exploded Circus

Ten things coming up in the Worthing area

Things you won't want to miss
painter Henry Asencio

Ten things coming up in the Chichester area

Things you won't want to miss
Theatre and Comedy
Christine Aubrey

Fantastic programme as Steyning Festival prepares to open!

As Steyning Festival chairman Christine Aubrey says, revolution isn’t a word that you often see in the same sentence as Steyning.


The Beatles celebrated at Festival of Chichester

After three years of success at the Festival of Chichester with his ten-piece George Harrison tribute The All Things Must Pass Orchestra, guitarist/singer Alex Eberhard rings the changes for this year’s festival.


The Mark Travers Project celebrates the genius of Thelonious Monk

After success at the Hurst Festival, The Mark Travers Project bring their show Thelonious Monk to Shoreham’s Ropetackle on Sunday, May 27 at 8pm.

The Exploded Circus

Worthing's Summer of Circus starts this week!

Inevitably, it was a visual idea which lay behind the conception of circus company Mimbre’s new show The Exploded Circus which they bring to Worthing’s Pavilion Theatre from Friday, May 18 to Sunday, May 20.

Theatre and Comedy
Ben. Pic by Neilson Hubbard

From Nashville to Worthing: Ben Glover is back in the UK

Nashville blew Ben Glover’s “mind and world” when he first went there. It’s been home pretty much ever since.
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