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Upwaltham Barns

Wide range of gardens open for charity over Bank Holiday

Looking for something to do this Bank Holiday weekend?

Overwatch is a new front runner for Game of the Year

Console Corner: Overwatch review

Unspeakably brilliant.

From left: Ash Frith, Wendy Wason, Carl Donnelly, Tiff Stevenson and Tom Toal

REVIEW: Carl Donnelly and fellow stand-ups raise funds for St Mary’s School

Comedy Night, Anchor Hotel, Horsham, Wednesday, May 18

New Sussex Singers

New Sussex Singers back at St Wilfrid’s Church

The New Sussex Singers return to St Wilfrid’s Church, Haywards Heath, on Saturday, June 4 (7pm), with A Fancy of Folksongs.

Hayley Tamaddon, John Partridge and Sam Bailey. Picture by Dewynters

Singer Sam Bailey heads to Crawley’s Hawth for Chicago

Touring with a major musical like Chicago; distance parenting; working behind bars; the rise and rise of women’s football.

Cinema rss

X-Men: Apocalypse

Film review: X-Men: Apocalypse (3 out of 5)

Although I prefer a movie that stretches my mind and is set in the real world, sometimes it’s great to just kick back and let a fantasy world take over.

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Charlie Sheen reveals all about that meltdown, his HIV secret, family and big screen comeback

Hollywood bad boy Charlie Sheen has revealed big screen comeback plans after admitting for the first time that his public ‘meltdown’ was a result of dealing with his HIV secret.

Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant in Florence Foster Jenkins

Film review: Florence Foster Jenkins (4 out of 5)

Never let it be said that Meryl Streep has played it safe during her amazing career.

Garrett Hedlund in Mojave

DVD review: Mojave (3 out of 5)

It’s strange how some films just seem to arrive under the radar and don’t get the accolades they deserve.

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Film review: Demolition (4 out of 5)

Director Jean-Marc Vallée has notched up an amazing hat-trick of successes with the arrival of this thoughtful and poignant film.

Columnists rss

Jules Middleton

Let’s remember how to love our neighbour

I think our society needs a Movement of Love.

Life on Tapp with Blaise Tapp SUS-160516-112125001

Column: The future may come as a shock to many

Do you ever feel like you are missing the joke, that everybody else is having a laugh at your expense?

JPCT 150713 Alan Stainer. Photo by Derek Martin

Why web apps are changing the world

This week I read with interest a (very) long article about Tesla and how and why it is changing the world. It wasn’t just about Tesla, but detailed lots of different things, including the way new technologies emerge and disrupt the status quo.

Blaise Tapp

COLUMN: Throwing out tat can be cathartic

It is well known that moving house is one of the most stressful things you can do - more so than divorce, bankruptcy or watching your team get relegated.

Stones in his Pockets

NEILSON’S COLUMN (May 19, 2016): Duo give life to a host of characters in Stones in His Pockets

It’s 20 years since the first production of Stones in His Pockets, the tragicomedy set in rural Ireland, where a small village is overrun by a Hollywood film crew who are using the village as the location for their feature film.

Food and Drink rss

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Spring barbecue and beer tasting at Bedlam Brewery

Bedlam Brewery hosted a barbecue with beer tasting and guided tours of their brewery in Albourne on April 21.

Games and Gaming rss

All-time classic Shadow of the Beast has received a next gen makeover

Emerging from the Shadows

More than 27 years on from a release that formed one of the cornerstones of video games as we know it, Shadow of the Beast is back.

Nathan Drakes Uncharted series gets a fitting Thiefs End

Console Corner: Uncharted 4 review

A truly fitting Thief’s End.

Battleborn is cool and original

Console Corner: Battleborn review

Cool, original, quirky and fun but Battleborn just falls short.

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Console Corner: Ratchet and Clank review

Ratchet-ing up the platformer.

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