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Pink Floyd night from James

James Hollingsworth, who lived in Horsham during his teenage years, returns to West Sussex to bring a night of Pink Floyd to Worthing (Saturday, May 6, The Hare & Hounds, 8.30pm).
Music
Andrew

Brighton gets ready for festival!

Brighton Festival this year enters its second half-century after the huge success of last year’s 50th anniversary outing.

Arts
Emsworth Arts Trail launch

Second weekend ahead at Emsworth Arts Trail

Emsworth Arts Trail offers its second weekend this week.

Arts
Harry

The Crown star gets Fracked in Brighton!

Harry Hadden-Paton, of Downton and The Crown fame, joins the cast as Fracked! Or: Please Don’t Use The F-Word goes out on tour after a successful debut in Chichester’s Minerva Theatre last summer.

Theatre and Comedy
James

Latest date for Chichester’s Eroica Orchestra

Chichester’s Eroica Orchestra, directed by James Thomas, will be in concert at St Paul’s Church, Churchside, Chichester on Saturday, April 29 at 7.30pm.

Music
Chichester Chorale

Choirs combine for spectacular

The University of Chichester Chamber Choir, The Otter Consort and Chichester Chorale pool resources to offer a celebration of glorious romantic repertoire at St George’s Church, Whyke, Chichester on Saturday, April 29 at 7.30pm.

Music
My Dear Miss Terry is among the shows

Petfringe puts the emphasis firmly on fun for 2017 programme

“Sounds Like Fun” is the tagline this year as Petfringe, the new fringe festival for Petworth, enters its third year.

Arts
Patricia with her dog Purdey

Life in France recalled in fictionalised form

Rustington author and former journalist Patricia Feinberg Stoner draws on her years spent living in France for her new book.

Arts
Your chance to relive one of the best platformers ever made, Duck Tales

Console Corner: Disney Afternoon Collection review

That warm, fuzzy feeling inside... that’s nostalgia.

Lifestyle
Their Finest

Film review: Their Finest (4 out of 5)

It’s always good to see a movie that has a real feel for the period, not only with props etc but the attitudes and general way of life.

Arts
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show is at Worthing's Connaught Theatre from April 21-22. Picture by Pamela Raith

ENTERTAINMENT LISTINGS: April 21-27

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

Theatre and Comedy
Pasha Kovalev and Anja Garnis

Dance the night away with Pasha at The Capitol, Horsham

Winner of Strictly Come Dancing 2014 Pasha Kovalev is on tour once again with his brand new show ‘Let’s Dance The Night Away’.

Arts
Lead singer Trevor Hurley

Horsham Fake Festival: The Fillers look back at faking it big

The Fillers, a leading tribute to American rock group The Killers, are looking back on their fake life as a legendary band, as they prepare to headline Horsham Fake Festival.

Music
Katie Derham

Burgess Hill concert set to celebrate John Williams’ birthday

The members of Burgess Hill Symphony Orchestra, under conductor Michael Stefan Wood BEM, are entering the final few weeks of rehearsals for what could be their most ambitious concert to date.

Music
Cabernet Franc from Hungary

RICHARD ESLING: Hungary for Cabernet Franc

No, it’s not a spelling mistake in the title.

Opinion
Legally Blonde

Haywards Heath Operatic Society presents Legally Blonde The Musical

This April sees Haywards Heath Operatic Society return to Clair Hall with a brand-new production of Legally Blonde.

Theatre and Comedy
Top 10 tunes for Record Store Day

Top 10 tunes for Record Store Day

Record Store Day takes place this Saturday (April 22) and again celebrates the crackle of stylus on vinyl as hundreds of shops across the UK play host to in-store performances, overnight queues, and of course, sell from a catalogue of more than 500 exclusive releases.

Music

COUNTY NEWS: Traders answer DIY SOS for Sussex family

Hit TV show DIY SOS has been ‘absolutely inundated’ with offers from trades people across Sussex to help transform a family’s home.

News 2
David

Another amazing memory feat from West Sussex memory man David

West Sussex memory man David Bathurst is preparing his latest feat – to sing more than 400 hymns without a glimpse of a hymn book.

Music
Ockhams Razor return with their new show Tipping Point

Another Summer of Circus for Worthing

Following the success of last year’s Summer of Circus festival, during which Worthing staked a claim to be the home of circus on the south coast, Worthing Theatres have announced their line-up for 2017.

Theatre and Comedy
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