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ENTERTAINMENT LISTINGS: October 27 to November 3

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

Theatre and Comedy
Will Joseph Cook

Will Joseph Cook aims to prove a point with his alternative pop

Will Joseph Cook plays The Hope & Ruin on Saturday, October 29 (8pm) as part of his first UK tour.

Jules Craig. Picture by Allison Dewey

Edith Sitwell, Elizabeth I and Jules Craig brought together in fast-moving, one-woman show

Before Jules Craig, there was Edith Sitwell. Before Edith Sitwell, there was Elizabeth I.

Theatre and Comedy
A Voyage Round My Father

Ewhurst Players look into the life of Sir John Mortimer

Best known for his popular TV series, Rumpole of the Bailey, Sir John Mortimer was an eminent barrister as well as a distinguished author and playwright.

Theatre and Comedy
Michael Neilson

NEILSON’S COLUMN (October 27, 2016): Simple rules that make life pleasant

I love living in West Sussex. I’ve worked, lived or stayed in every region of the UK and West Sussex is, in my opinion, the best.

Theatre and Comedy
Debbie Mclean, Michelle Bryant, Bill Kirwan and Jennifer Mclean star in  9 to 5  The Musical

Office girls get revenge in Dolly Parton’s musical in Burgess Hill

Workin’ 9 to 5, what a way to make a livin’!

Theatre and Comedy
Elin Manahan Thomas. Picture by A. P. Wilding

Husband and wife sing their classical favourites in Lindfield

Husband and wife singers Robert Davies and Elin Manahan Thomas combine for a hometown concert of classical favourites at All Saints Church, Lindfield, on Saturday, October 29 (7.30pm), presented by Tiger Arts.

Steeleye Span. Picture by Yulia Belousova

Change is simply a part of Steeleye Span, says Rick Kemp, ahead of Capitol gig

Rick Kemp once planted a row of trees, something like 13 in number, he recalls – one for everyone who had played in Steeleye Span.

Chris Remmington. Picture by Andy Sturmey,

REVIEW: We ‘Love You More’ Buzzcocks

Buzzcocks, Concorde 2, Brighton, Thursday, October 20

Halloween fun at Borde Hill Gardens, Haywards Heath. Owner Kerrie Holman at Little Ritz Tea Room, with her witch helpers. Pic Steve Robards  SR1631313 SUS-161023-123521001

Halloween half term fun for all

Borde Hill Gardens near Haywards Heath in all its autumnal splendour, is hosting an array of ghostly goings-on this week ahead of Halloween.

The Wizard of Oz

Review: The Wizard of Oz, The Hawth

The Crawley Operatic Society never fail to entertain with their October musical.

Theatre and Comedy
The Dante Quartet

Top quartet to perform at The Hawth, Crawley

Previous winners of the prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society Award for chamber music, the Dante Quartet will perform at The Hawth Studio on Sunday December 4.

Georgia May Foote as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's. Photo: Sean Ebsworth Barnes

REVIEW: Breakfast at Tiffany’s (Theatre Royal, Brighton, until Saturday, October 29)

When the cat in a play upstages the actors by doing next to nothing, you can safely claim that your visit to the theatre has been a big disappointment - unless you are a confirmed ailurophile with little thespian interest.

Theatre and Comedy
Far right: Efrem Brynin on the TV show. 
SAS: Who Dares Wins continues Monday 9pm on Channel 4.

COUNTY NEWS: Dad takes on TV challenge in memory of brave soldier son

A father whose son was killed in Afghanistan has told how his time on a Special Forces TV show has been a positive way of coming to terms with his loss.

The Bootleg Shadows

A dream concert for Crawley’s Shadows fans

The Bootleg Shadows head for a date at The Hawth on Sunday, October 30 (7.30pm).

Carmelo Luggeri and Kiki Dee

Kiki Dee and Carmelo Luggeri offer more than just hits at Chequer Mead

Kiki Dee and Carmelo Luggeri have been touring together for almost two decades now – an acoustic, stripped-back combination that works perfectly for both of them.

Julian Clary. Picture by Tony Briggs


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

Theatre and Comedy
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Film review: Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (4 out of 5)

These days you can pretty much guarantee what you’ll get when you see the name Tom Cruise in the cast list of a movie.

Its official, Red Red Redemption is getting a much-craved sequel

Console Corner: Read Dead still very much alive

It’s official, six years after the release of the critically acclaimed Red Dead Redemption Rockstar have confirmed a sequel is on the way.

Lifestyle 1

Mike d’Abo looks back to the 60s

Back in the 60s, the one replaced the other, but now they share the stage as The Manfreds celebrate 25 years since their reformation (Pavilion Theatre, Worthing, November 4).

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