WE'VE compiled a list of what you can visit across Sussex this Bank Holiday weekend.
If your event is not here, leave a comment at the bottom of this page.
Rudgwick steam show
Held on the Surrey/ West Sussex border between Guildford and Horsham off the A281.
For more details visit the website at www.rudgwicksteamshow.co.uk
Wings and Wheels (Sunday August 30 9am - 7pm)
Spectacular air show including Red Arrows, plus classic cars and motorbikes.
Full details www.wingsandwheels.net
Crawley Irish Festival
For the best Irish entertainment, music, sport and dance visit Southgate playing fields this Sunday, August 30.
Tickets: 5 for adults and 2 for concessions. Accompanied children under 16 are 1.
The Apple Tree, Crawley – Viv Cooper benefit
The Rightous and the Wicked will be playing at the second benefit gig for local musician Vic Cooper who is currently ill from cancer.
Ratha Yatra Festival, Queens Square, Crawley
Queens Square in Crawley is set to rumble to the sounds of chariots once more with the return of the Ratha Yatra festival on Sunday August 30.
It's Magic presents Making Waves on Broadway, Haywards Heath
Making Waves on Broadway will include 14 performances on the Broadway ranging from rock to jazz.
For more information visit www.itsmagic.org.uk
Starts: 11am until 10pm
Sense and Sensibility
A touring theatre company is staging Sense and Sensibility outdoors in the grounds of Michelham Priory on Bank Holiday Monday evening (August 31).
It starts at 6.30pm. Tickets cost 12 for adults and 8 for children and students. A family ticket is 35 with a 10 percent discount for groups of ten or more.
A craft, gifts and local produce market takes place in Victory Hall, Balcombe on Saturday, August 29 from 10am until 2pm.
Car Boot Sale
Bonfire Society Annual Car Boot Sale is on the Green in Newick this Saturday (August 29), 8am until 1pm.
There will also be refreshments and cakes in the community centre, a barbecue, book, Plotters Trading Post, a couple of small children's fair rides.
Pitches: Cars cost 8 and vans are 10.
A Bank Holiday Beer Festival takes place in Staplefield between Friday and Monday this weekend. There will be 15 cask beers and ciders with live music on each day.
For more information on this visit the Jolly Tanners website.
The Cock will be holding a Greek night on Saturday. The evening will start with Ouzo and olives before a great mezzo course, a Greek sweet and then coffee accompanied by Metaza.
The cost per head is 14.95. To book please ring 01444 471888.
East Dean and Friston Vegetable, Fruit and Flower Show takes place this Bank Holiday Monday (August 31).
A celebration of the artistic talents in Lewes and surrounding areas begins on Saturday, August 29 with Artwave 2009.
It kicks off this weekend giving art lovers the chance to visit open houses across the district.
The event, which is organised by Lewes District Council, runs from August 29 to September 13 and will showcases creative works by local artists in their homes and studios.
Artwave open houses are dotted all over district, including venues in Ditchling, Firle and Chailey, as well Seaford, Newhaven and Lewes.
Artwave brochures are also available from the Lewes and Seaford tourist information centres. For more information visit website www.artwavefestival.org.
War cries will thunder across Herstmonceux Castle for its annual medieval festival this weekend.
Olives, jewellery, rustic bread, fresh local vegetables, Provencal tablecloths and lots more - they'll all be on sale from more than 100 stalls at Le Marche, Heathfield's giant Anglo-French market on Bank Holiday Monday.
The Artwave 2009 exhibition featuring painter Robin Holtrom at the Hop Gallery continues this weekend.
The gallery is Fisher Street opens Tuesday to Saturday between 10.30am and 5pm. It closes for lunch from 1.30pm to 2.15pm.
It opens on Sunday from 1pm to 5pm. The gallery finishes on September 6.
The Alfriston Festival continues on Saturday evening with a concert in St Andrew's Church in Polegate taking you on a musical journey from 17th century classical masters to the present day.
This Saturday the Jazzmen will be playing at the Carfax bandstand in Horsham between 11am and 1pm.
Car boot sale
Storrington Rotary Club is holding a car boot sale this Bank Holiday Monday at library car park from 8am.
Cars cost 7 while vans are 10 per space.
Car boot sale
There will be a Horsham car boot sale starting at 8am this Saturday next to the A264, opposite the cabin caf.
Refreshments are available.
Call 01342 715821 or 07813 560 204 for more information.
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