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Magnificent tiger photos on display at Horsham Museum

A new exhibition in Horsham explores the links between tigers and Sussex.

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Sandra Saer

Happy childhood recalled

Fond memories of idyllic times with her young children have prompted Arundel author Sandra Saer to publish Star Sandwiches And Moon Custard more than four decades after she first wrote it.

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The cast belting out a number

Review: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the Hawth

When do I start getting that Christmas feeling? Normally it's after I have seen the Hawth panto.
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Strictly Come Dancing stars in five separate shows at Crawley

As BBC's Strictly Come Dancing heads towards the final in less than two weeks' time, the Hawth Theatre, Crawley, has no less than five 'Strictly...' related shows.

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Patricia Feinberg Stoner

"Rude limericks" from West Sussex author!

Rustington author Patricia Feinberg Stoner is in print with The Little Book of Rude Limericks

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Richard Davies

New Chichester poetry anthology

Chichester area poets combine for a new anthology More Verses Between the Leaves, which comes with the subtitle From Downs to Himalayas ... Via Aladdin, Ghosts and Blue Skies.

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GAPA pupils with the Vienna Festival Ballet Company

GAPA pupils perform with Vienna Festival Ballet at Chequer Mead

Pupils from the Gielgud Academy of Performing Arts (GAPA) performed with the Vienna Festival Ballet Company at the Chequer Mead Theatre, East Grinstead, during the 5pm and 8pm performances of Sleeping Beauty.

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Saving Sullingtons Heritage

Exhibition explores Sullington’s ancient farmstead

A new exhibition tells of the people, buildings and agriculture at Sullington Manor Farm over the past 1,000 years.

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Swan Lake

Love, terror and an evil curse in Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake

The Russian State Ballet and Opera House, featuring a live orchestra with more than 30 musicians, brings Swan Lake to The Hawth, Crawley, on Thursday, November 30 (7.30pm).

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Kingsley

Vicky meets… Kingsley Poole, author

Whenever he goes for a run along the towpath, local author and GP Kingsley Poole bids a cheery ‘hello’ to the bridges along Chichester Canal.

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Linda Foskett

Exhibition from Linda Foskett

Through the Seasons offers an exhibition at Chichester’s Oxmarket Gallery running from Monday, November 20 until Sunday, December 3 by Linda Foskett.

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Anthony

Vicky meets...

Anthony Parker, Manager at MJ Penfold Family Butchers, Chichester

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Gordon Rushmer

War artist Gordon Rushmer displays work in Horsham

Artist Gordon Rushmer is holding an intimate exhibition in the watercolour gallery at Horsham Museum & Art Gallery.

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Anna Best

Join author Anna Best for spooky poems in Horsham

Childen’s author and poet Anna Best will be putting on her black cape and witch’s hat for a Halloween reading of her new book, Aunt Grizelda’s Treasury of Grim and Grisly Rhymes, at Waterstone’s, Horsham.

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Peter James

Top crime writer Peter James to host talk in Horsham

Calling all fans of the Peter James detective novels, a Horsham primary school is offering you an audience with the international best selling author.

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Glenys

Glenys recalls the highlights of a lifetime in opera

Glenys Groves looked across the stage.

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Oti Mabuse and Ian Waite

Strictly Come Dancing stars announce Crawley tour date

Strictly Come Dancing dance professionals Ian Waite and 2016 finalist Oti Mabuse are joining forces to embark on a 60-date tour of the UK with their new stage show, which they will be bringing to The Hawth Crawley on Friday March 23 at 7.30pm.

Theatre and Comedy
Stewart Lee

REVIEW: Stewart Lee - Content Provider, The Hawth

There are not many stand-ups I want to see live.

Theatre and Comedy
LewesLight 2017

LewesLight 2017 is this weekend

LewesLight 2017 – running from Friday to Saturday, October 13-15 – promises a “festival of light unlike any other”, now in its third year.

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Cuckfield Book Festival

Successful Cuckfield Book Festival offers a fascinating weekend of talks

Cuckfield was truly buzzing last weekend for the opening of the first Cuckfield Book Festival on Friday night (October 6), with supper at Ockenden Manor.

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