Former Steyning Grammar School student takes play to The King’s Head Theatre in London

Former Steyning Grammar School student Sarah Milton is looking forward to a London run for her one-woman play Tumble Tuck.

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From left: James Findlay, Riley Carter, Simon Lloyd, Alfie Browne-Skyes and Jeffery Harmer in Birdsong. Picture by Jack Ladenburg

Horror and romance in Birdsong at Horsham’s Capitol

Horsham’s Capitol marks the centenary of the armistice this year by hosting the touring stage adaptation of Sebastian Faulks’ Birdsong.

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Rosie Howard

A witty, feel-good story in a cosy Sussex setting

Author Rosie Howard believes it’s high time West Sussex was given the kind of romantic, idyllic, feel-good literature that the West Country so routinely inspires.

Voodoo Room guitarist Pete Orr

A passionate tribute to Cream and Hendrix in Crawley

Voodoo Room offer a night of Hendrix and Cream at the Hawth Studio, Crawley, on Friday, April 20 (7.45pm).

Angela Barber and Jamie Potts in Killing Time. Picture by Rosey Purchase

Clever thriller in Arundel contains plenty of twists and turns

Variety is the spice of life when it comes to acting for Bognor Regis’ Angela Barber.

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Quo-caine team up with John ‘Rhino’ Edwards for Horsham gig

Horsham-based Status Quo tribute band Quo-caine will provide the support when Status Quo bass player John ‘Rhino’ Edwards brings his band Rhino’s Revenge to The Holbrook Club, Horsham, on Saturday, March 31 (7pm).

Lee Mead

Lee Mead looks back at 10 great years in showbiz at Horsham concert

It’s been 10 years since Lee Mead first donned the coat in the West End production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Lady Alex

Lady Alex brings vibrant burlesque back to Horsham’s Capitol

Maybe there was something in the water that night, laughs feisty mistress of ceremonies Lady Alex.

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Stuart Goldsmith

Stand-up Stuart Goldsmith brings a more mature comedy show to The Hawth

Stuart Goldsmith is delighted to say he has reached a new maturity in his comedy – all part of his vastly-changing circumstances.

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Charlie Clements

Charlie Clements talks about the thrill of acting as a classic whodunnit comes to Crawley

The huge attraction of theatre is that anything can happen and that you can get it wrong, says Charlie Clements, best known as Bradley Branning in EastEnders.

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Helen Fyles as Alice and Milo Gardiner as Billy. Picture by Neville de Moraes

Henfield Theatre Company wins big with Billy Liar

Henfield Theatre Company is looking forward to honours glory.

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Thomas Dennis (Albert), Tom Stacy, Lucas Button and Lewis Howard (Joey). Picture: Brinkhoff Moegenburg

Crawley actor Tom Stacy helps bring war horse to life in Brighton

There’s something magical about bringing a puppet horse to life every night on stage.

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Tabitha Harding-Chestney, Graeme Muncer and Charlotte Loftus star in Sherlock Holmes ' The Pantomime

Sherlock investigates some strange events in Barns Green Players’ latest panto

Sherlock Holmes gets the panto treatment from the Barns Green Players.

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James Cole

Racing driver James Cole celebrates guitar heroes at The Hawth, Crawley

The Classic Rock Show offers Guitar Greats – World Tour 2018, a celebration of the world’s greatest guitarists.

Ella Fleetwood

West Sussex performer’s comedic dance piece explores the life of a millennial

A West Sussex dancer and choreographer is looking forward to the London premiere of her new work.

Joe Stilgoe. Picture by Scott Rylander

Joe Stilgoe and his big band play Chichester Festival Theatre

This time last year Joe Stilgoe was at Chichester Festival Theatre with his trio in the Minerva.

Kristina Rihanoff and Christopher Maloney. Picture by Lizzing Irving

Kristina Rihanoff and Christopher Maloney bring dance journey to Crawley’s Hawth

Kristina Rihanoff and Christopher Maloney team up in a new dance show that promises to transport audiences on a musical journey through time.

Varvara Tarasova

WSO performs uplifting music from the great Viennese composers

Worthing Symphony Orchestra are promising a New Year tonic – a sparkling Viennese concert to herald in 2018.

Steve Harley Acoustic Trio

Steve Harley headlines Bognor Regis folk festival

The line-up has been confirmed for the 2018 Southdowns Folk Festival in Bognor Regis, running from September 20-23.

Kasai Masai

African music in Graffham

Music promoter Roots Around the World is heading back to where it all started – The Empire Hall, Graffham – with UK-based African band Kasai Masai and their dancers on Saturday, January 10.

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