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Console Corner: Lull filled with exciting news

As we head into a bit of a video game lull until things start to heat up in September let’s take a look at some interesting bits of gaming news doing the rounds at the moment.

Film review: Dunkirk (5 out of 5)

Film review: Dunkirk (5 out of 5)

I saw a comment earlier in the week along the lines that Christopher Nolan has reinvented the war movie - and that sums up Dunkirk for me.

Alison MacLeod

Charleston’s short story festival has a multicultural feel

Charleston celebrates the short story this autumn in a unique festival of words and ideas, which provides a glimpse into the human condition and the complicated times in which we are living.

Sarah Slator

A church-going Macbeth!

“Something wicked this way comes” as Upper Beeding-based rural touring company This is My Theatre bring Shakespeare’s Macbeth to audiences in the south-east’s most ancient and historic churches.

Theatre and Comedy
The Vapors

The Vapors back together again in Shoreham

The Vapors took to the stage in San Francisco in 1981. They didn’t know it was to be their last gig for 35 years.

Geoff Green

The mystery of the female kidnapper...

​Steyning author Geoff Green has just brought out The Prisoner of Brenda Brown, published on Amazon in paperback and on Kindle.

Natalie Clein. Picture by Neda Navaee


Concerts, stage shows, exhibitions and stand-up comedy gigs across Sussex.

Theatre and Comedy
Omid Djalili, Tevye Tracy, Ann Oberman in Fiddler On The Roof SUS-170721-090516001

Fiddler on the Roof - Chichester Festival Theatre

If the choice of a female Doctor Who still has the power to shock and challenge, then we have not time-travelled as far as we hoped from Imperial Russia in 1905.

Theatre and Comedy
Omid Djalili stars in Fiddler on the Roof at Chichester Festival Theatre. Picture by Johan Persson

Ten things to see in West Sussex, July 20-26

Looking for ideas about what do over the next seven days? Here are ten of the best events.

Theatre and Comedy
Horsham Garden Music Festival

Two fantastic days at Horsham Garden Music Festival

The Horsham Garden Music Festival team are proud to report (and boast about) a fantastic first weekend at the 2017 event.

The Rock Choir

Successful second Horsham Festival ‘exceeded expectations’

The second Horsham Festival has been hailed as a great success.

Theatre and Comedy
Captain Hook and the pirates

REVIEW: Christ’s Hospital offers a magical, modern Peter Pan

Peter Pan has been produced thousands of times throughout the years and is a well-known classic story by JM Barrie.

Theatre and Comedy
The Story of The Beach Boys

Gigs pay tribute to Elvis, George Michael and the Beach Boys at Horsham’s Capitol

The Capitol in Horsham has some high-energy musical tributes lined-up for August.

Jay Rayner by Levon Biss

Jay Rayner at the Petworth Festival.

Songs of Food and Agony bring together two key strands in his life when Jay Rayner brings The Jay Rayner Quartet to the Petworth Festival.

Thomasin Trezise

Opera without the stuffiness!

She will be cracking a few jokes, and the atmosphere will be informal.

The Ox And The Ass l-r Ryan Moss, Gillian Plowman, David Flin

Theatre dreams growing in Selsey!

Gillian Plowman has got a little feeling that The Pavilion in Selsey might just become one of those cult theatres that people travel miles to visit.

Theatre and Comedy
Do you know someone whose home needs a makeover?

Do you know someone whose home needs a makeover?

A daytime interior design show is looking for new people to take part in the next season.

Loxwood Joust's folk healer Emily Osbourne

Loxwood Joust: Try honey, snails and cobwebs for a bit of Medieval folk healing

What would you do if you were ill or injured in Medieval times?

Whats on
Lee Hurst

Lee Hurst headlines Crawley comedy night

Comedy Beats are back in Crawley on August 4 for their monthly show at The Grasshopper in Tilgate, with Lee Hurst headlining.

Theatre and Comedy
The Jacksons

A Love Supreme celebrates all that's good in the Summertime

Nestling quietly in the soft folds of the eastern edge of the South Downs is the picturesque sleepy village of Glynde.
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