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Children’s nurse reveals plans after starring on Britain’s Best Home Cook

A ‘chuffed’ children’s A&E nurse from Balcombe who made it onto BBC’s Britain’s Best Home Cook said she hopes to continue working with food.

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Sarah Earnshaw as Betty and Joe Pasquale as Frank Spencer in Some Mothers Do 'Av 'Em. Picture by Scott Rylander

Review: Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em, The Hawth

A TV comedy treasure, starring a national comedy treasure - what can go wrong? That's right, nothing.

Theatre and Comedy
Ed Goodale Band - Ed with guitar and Ollie on Cajon

East Preston date for the Ed Goodale Band

A string of spring dates lines up for the brothers at the heart of the Ed Goodale Band.

Music
The orchestra

Celebrating the genius of George Harrison

A busy summer lines up for the ten-piece All Things Must Pass Orchestra, a tribute to the genius of George Harrison.

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STEYNING FESTIVAL flashback to the opening parade 2016

New look for Steyning Art Trail

Steyning Arts has a new look this year, a brand-new website and exciting plans for the 2018 Art Trail, which will be held during the first two weekends of the Steyning Festival, May 26-28 and June 2-3. Most venues are open from 11am-5pm.

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Rebecca Keatley

CBeebies presenter Rebecca Keatley will be Worthing panto star

Worthing Theatres have announced that CBeebies presenter Rebecca Keatley will star as Princess Jasmine in this year’s family pantomime, Aladdin, at the Pavilion Theatre from Friday, November 30 to Tuesday, January 1.

Theatre and Comedy
SIPC Winner Yi-Yang Chen at the piano, with fellow finalists and past winners (pic Andrew Mardell)

Triumph in the 4th Sussex International Piano Competition in Worthing

The grand final was held in the Assembly Hall, Worthing with Worthing Symphony Orchestra; John Gibbons, conductor, competition co-founder and artistic director.

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Katie Reddin-Clancy in GRACE

Katie Reddin-Clancy brings Grace to the Brighton Fringe Festival

Following runs at the Adelaide Fringe Festival and Melbourne International Comedy Festival, actress and comedian Katie Reddin-Clancy brings Grace to the Brighton Fringe Festival this summer for its UK debut.

Theatre and Comedy
Some of the cast

New booking site confirmed for Selsey play

With renovation of the old theatre looking a step nearer, Arts Dream Selsey is ‘keeping the Pavilion warm’ with two productions this year.

Theatre and Comedy
Patrick Monahan

Patrick Monahan at Copthorne comedy club

Comedy Beats’ next show in Copthorne is at Oliver's Wine Bar on Thursday, June 7.

Theatre and Comedy
The Exploded Circus

Circus season is off with a bang

The circus has come a long way in a short space of time, overcoming its tired image and reinventing itself as a modern, 21st Century artform.

Theatre and Comedy
Picture: Mary McCartney

Beth Ditto on going solo and her new album

Charlotte Harding gets the gossip on Beth Ditto’s new solo venture.

News
Tamara Henderson

New artist in residence at West Dean College

West Dean College of Arts and Conservation has confirmed Tamara Henderson as artist-in-residence in collaboration with Cass Sculpture Foundation (until June 12).

Arts
Emily Barden

Get ready for SelseyStock!

A great line-up of musicians is promised as SelseyStock doubles its length this weekend.

Music
Jenny Tuxford

New exhibition at West Wittering gallery

The little art gallery in Rockwood Road, West Wittering is holding an exhibition entitled Our Countryside until June 6.

Arts
Lady Colin Campbell

Worthing: Remembering Princess Diana

Lady Colin Campbell, owner of Castle Goring near Worthing, invites you into her home for a run of her play remembering the late Diana, Princess of Wales.

Theatre and Comedy
Gretchen Peters

Gretchen Peters in Worthing

Award-winning American singer Gretchen Peters, with special guest Kim Richey, will be at the Pavilion Theatre, Worthing, on Sunday, June 3.

Music
Nick Heyward. Picture by Steve Ullathorne

Nick Heyward brings his first record in 18 years to Brighton

Nick Heyward of Haircut 100 fame says he’d like to say that he was pleasantly surprised by the positive reaction to Woodland Echoes, his first record in 18 years.

Music

North Bersted director plans Horsham return with Dear Zoo

North-Bersted based director Michael Gattrell is enjoying nationwide success with the first-ever stage adaption of Rod Campbell’s iconic children’s book, Dear Zoo.

Theatre and Comedy
There are some great releases lined up for spring

Console Corner: Video gaming set to spring into action

After a relatively quiet couple of months, gaming is set spring into action with a host of exciting titles on the horizon.

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