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Chidham date for Bouncers on tour

BlackBox theatre company is on the road with a production of John Godber’s Bouncers, with Chidham among the dates coming up.

Theatre and Comedy
Three generations of the Lynch family - Nathan, Tracy and Jimmy

REVIEW: Oklahoma, Littlehampton

On Wednesday 11th October we joined many others of all ages at LIttlehampton’s Windmill Theatre for the opening night of Oklahoma – the latest production by the Littlehampton Players’ Operatic Society (LPOS).

Theatre and Comedy
Joe Paxton, 27, with members of the Arun Choral Society at a rehearsal held in Arundel C Of E Primary School, Jarvis Road, Arundel

Young choirmaster hits a chord with members

Running a choral singing group is not the average pursuit of most 27-year-olds – but Joe Paxton has launched himself into the role, and wants more young people to join.

Music
Harold Nicholas, 2002

Late father's composition comes to life

A 1940s jazz piece gets almost certainly its first-ever public performance in Chichester this weekend.

Music
Sean

Sean Kelly and the Storage Hunters team hit Brighton

It’s all come full circle for the Storage Hunters team.

Theatre and Comedy
Nutella banana muffins with salted caramel

Four super easy baking recipes for kids

It’s National Baking Week so if you’re prepared to let the kids loose in the kitchen here are four very easy recipes from Pyrex that’ll turn them into little star bakers.

Eating Out
Sir Cliff Richard (credit Sue Andrews)

Cliff Richard announces Brighton date for next year

Cliff Richard will be appearing at The Brighton Centre on Thursday, October 18 2018 as part of his UK tour to celebrate 60 years in the music business.

Music
Benjamin Graham's winning photograph, a stunning shot taken at West Wittering beach

Felpham man wins top photography prize

Felpham man Benjamin Graham has been named Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017, winning the UK’s most prestigious photography prize.

Arts
The next four weeks are just... well... just wow

Console Corner: Best gaming month for a decade looms large

Gamers are set for what looks like the best month of releases in a decade from Tuesday (October 17).

Tech
LewesLight 2017

LewesLight 2017 is this weekend

LewesLight 2017 – running from Friday to Saturday, October 13-15 – promises a “festival of light unlike any other”, now in its third year.

Arts
Southwick actor H Reeves appears as The Curate in Rafe Spall's new horror filmThe Ritual

Horror film The Ritual features West Sussex actor

Southwick thespian H Reeves can be seen in a whole new light in Rafe Spall’s new horror film.

TV and Film
Alena

REVIEW: Funtington Music Group

Two emerging musicians of talent, Alena Walentin [flute] and Pavel Timofeyesky [piano], both eminent prize winners in their own fields, played at the Funtington Music Group’s 11th October Concert at the University of Chichester.

Music
Chris Simmons

Chris' new single honours late brother

Worthing-based singer-songwriter Chris Simmons has released a powerful double A-side single following the death of his brother.

Music
Madeline Doman

The Walberton Players mark 40th year

The Walberton Players are staging Annie Get Your Gun to celebrate their 40th anniversary this year.

Theatre and Comedy
Tom Robson

Sign up for Chichester Singing Day!

Chichester Singing Day turns its attention to Handel with a Come and Sing Messiah on Saturday, November 4 at the University of Chichester.

Music
Saag aloo

NATIONAL CURRY WEEK RECIPE: Vegans, say Aloo to this dish

Parveen Ashraf looks at how curry lends itself to vegetarianism and veganism and shares one of her recipes.

Eating Out
Belle de Jour

DVD review: Belle de Jour (3 out of 5)

One of the iconic movies from France in the 1960s has been given a facelift for its 50th birthday and is now out on DVD and BD.

TV and Film
Jarrod

Funny accent and funny hat just add to the appeal!

Texan Jarrod Dickenson loves playing in the UK. It seems we are so much more receptive.

Music
Jolyon Coy

Our little secrets revealed....

It’s a play which certainly strikes a chord – occasionally uncomfortable – with the actors.

Theatre and Comedy
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