A Supermassive disappointment.
A couple of weeks back, I wrote about a group of very authentic Spanish restaurants in London called Iberica, well worth a visit when you’re up in town.
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'.
Brendan Cole with his usual charismatic charm brought a superb evening of mesmerising dance, song and entertainment to the Hawth last night (Wednesday) in his 10th anniversary tour.
Contemporary watercolours make up Sue Colyer’s Elements of Nature exhibition at the Oxmarket Gallery, Chichester from March 13-25.
A passionate supporter of the arts being available to all, listening to Margaret talk about her early career as a dancer and acrobat is mesmerising stuff.
A new exhibition at Chichester’s Oxmarket Gallery at the end of March celebrates the life and work of St Ives painter Alfred Wallis.
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
Dinosaur aficionado Ben Garrod became passionate about dinosaurs at the age of three – a passion absolutely undimmed all these years later.
The great Chichester adventure comes to a conclusion for a group of third-year musical-theatre students currently on tour.
VegfestUK enters its tenth year in Brighton on the back of fast-rising numbers of vegans.
Sally Sanderson jokes that she probably wouldn’t be happy until she couldn’t physically squeeze another youngster in there.
Lancing-based children’s author Gloria Eveleigh encourages phonics-based learning with her new book.
Portsmouth Festival Choir builds on its reputation for innovative programming with a concert in Emsworth.