REVIEW By Richard Amey
REVIEW BY Richard Amey
REVIEW BY Phil Dennett
Lancing College student Polly Maltby (17) will be diving down the Yellow Brick Road this Christmas as she takes to the stage in Chichester Festival Youth Theatre’s production of The Wizard of Oz.
Gemma Hunt will be our Fairy Bowbells as Dick Whittington takes to the stage at the Hawth in Crawley this Christmas (December 6-January 5).
Mark Jones loved his time in panto in Worthing last year… so much so that he’s back again for 2019.
Brighton Theatre Royal will be catering for the younger theatre-goers with the return of Nellie Limelight and The Oysters.
Pete Tong has announced the return of Ibiza Classics 2020 with The Heritage Orchestra and conductor Jules Buckley.
Chichester harpsichordist David Pollock – as half of Duo Dorado with violinist Hazel Brooks – is hoping to resurrect a much neglected composer – one who left this country in a huff.
During the Christmas period, Chichester Cathedral will be hosting services, concerts and seasonal activities to which all are warmly invited.
Jack Lane lives next door to The Capitol in Horsham. For the past 17 years, he’s frequently to be seen there as “technician, front of house… you name it!”
Jumanji: The Next Level (12a), (123 mins)
The Wizard of Oz, Regis Centre, Bognor Regis, until Saturday, January 4.
Review: Aladdin, Kings Theatre, Southsea, until Sunday, January 5.
Littlehampton Academy student Lael Smith, aged 15, says she has loved theatre her whole life.
Scottish duo Lemetti and Mirren will once again be in Bognor Regis with their panto double act this Christmas.
Review by Richard Amey