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Console Corner: Ghost Recon goes openworld

The superb Tom Clancy Ghost Recon franchise is set for its first venture into an openworld setting when Wildlands launches next month.

Lifestyle
ANDREW WRIGHT Stags and Hens

A play in a week in Bognor Regis

Second-year students take to the stage of Bognor’s Alexandra Theatre at the end of a week of intensive rehearsals.

Theatre and Comedy
Joe Topping who plays Southbournes Tuppenny Barn on Saturday, February 25.

Joe Topping in Southbourne

A remarkable journey was one of the influences on the latest album from Joe Topping who plays Southbourne’s Tuppenny Barn on Saturday, February 25.

Music
Erwin James (c) David Levene

Life after a life sentence for murder...

Significantly the book is called Redeemable. It isn’t called Redeemed.

Arts
Steven Edwards SUS-170224-143901001

County news: Former ‘Masterchef The Professionals’ winner to open restaurant in Sussex

Steven Edwards, one of the youngest ever winners of MasterChef The Professionals (2013), is set to open the doors of his first restaurant, etch, in Sussex on Friday March 24.

Whats on
Seann Walsh is at Theatre Royal, Brighton, on Saturday, February 25

ENTERTAINMENT LISTINGS: February 24 to March 2

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

Theatre and Comedy
Rachel Parris

Award-winning stand-up at the Komedia from Rachel Parris

Things just don’t work out as you expect, as Rachel Parris shows in her award-winning comedy show Best Laid Plans which she brings to the Komedia in Brighton on February 28.

Theatre and Comedy
Self-portrait by Vanessa Bell

Sussex artist Vanessa Bell gets first major exhibition

Dulwich Picture Gallery might seem a million miles from the heart of the Downs but for the next few months the spirit of modernist icon Vanessa Bell lights up a series of rooms with more than one hundred paintings, ceramics, photographs and fabrics.

Arts
Warren Dudley

Exclusive screening of movie filmed at Newhaven Fort

Imagine being imprisoned in a cage somewhere in America.

Arts
Kieran Hodgson

Kieran Hodgson returns to Brighton with hit character comedy show

In 2003 Kieran Hodgson heard the music of Gustav Mahler and decided to write a symphony. 14 years later and he is taking to the stage with a story about falling in love and attempting something far beyond your abilities.

Theatre and Comedy
Anja Ashton, co-founder of Music Carousel

Inspiring kids’ concerts provide play-along fun in Brighton

Children will get to play with some of Sussex’s leading musicians at a series of concerts, which has now launched in Brighton.

Music
The Chicago Blues Brothers

Chicago Blues Brothers are on a new mission at The Capitol, Horsham

The Chicago Blues Brothers – Back in Black Tour takes in The Capitol, Horsham, on Thursday, March 9 (7.30pm).

Theatre and Comedy 1
Lisa Marini

Two unique songwriters come to Coolham Live Music Club

Coolham Live Music Club continues to bring the best in original live music to Coolham Village Hall.

Music
Paul Harris

Horsham Performers Platform festival is accepting applications

Horsham Performers Platform (affectionately known as HPP) is now accepting applications from musicians for its eighth annual festival.

Music
The Manfreds

Manfreds offer a musical mix at The Capitol, Horsham

Horsham’s Capitol has announced that The Manfreds will be performing live at the venue on Saturday, March 11 (7.30pm), as part of their Makin’ Tracks Tour.

Music
Alan Hollinghurst with Christs Hospital pupils

Novelist Alan Hollinghurst gives insightful talk at Christ’s Hospital school

Booker Prize winning author Alan Hollinghurst was ‘in conversation’ with Christ’s Hospital pupils and members of the public on February 9, as part of the school’s termly arts programme.

Arts
Progrigio

RICHARD ESLING: A look at the changing world of wine

One of the great things about wines and the wine industry is that there are constant changes and innovations which means there are always new things to discover.

Opinion
Richard Herring

Richard Herring brings his best stand-up to Clair Hall, Haywards Heath

Comedian Richard Herring has picked his favourite routines from 12 one-man shows and crammed them into 90 minutes.

Theatre and Comedy
Gangsta Granny. Picture by Mark Douet

Gangsta Granny brings adventure to Horsham’s Capitol

The cabbage-crunching, criminal mastermind Gangsta Granny is heading to Horsham next month.

Theatre and Comedy
BRIT Awards 2017: We Predict The Winners

BRIT Awards 2017: We Predict The Winners

Tonight, a host of musical talent will descend on London’s O2 Arena for the BRIT Awards 2017.

Music
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