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West Dean Arts and Craft Festival

West Dean Arts and Craft Festival promises a unique celebration of the arts at West Dean College from June 2-4, 10am to 5pm.

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Chancellor Anthony Cane

The Bible in the Public Square...

The Chichester Cathedral Chancellor’s Lectures 2017 take the title The Bible in the Public Square (Mondays, June 5, 12, 26 and July 3 at 6.30pm; free entry).

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Pirates Of The Carribean: Salazar's Revenge

Film review: Pirates Of The Carribean: Salazar’s Revenge (3 out of 5)

I watched this latest movie in the ‘Pirates...’ franchise under the impression that it would be the final one - it seems I was probably wrong.

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Some of the exhibitors

Vulnerable adults show their art at Chichester gallery

Prestige and self-esteem await at Chichester’s Oxmarket Centre of Arts for a group of vulnerable adults now showing their work.

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Roger Moore pictured in September 1984 during the filming of A View To A Kill

Sir Roger Moore’s memorable James Bond lines

Former James Bond star Sir Roger Moore has died in Switzerland at the age of 89 after a short battle with cancer, his family has announced.

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The new buildings which include galleries, a visitor shop and waterside restaurant. Weald and Downland Visitor Centre by ABIR. Copyright Jim Stephenson 2017

Hugh Bonneville opens £6m facilites at Weald & Downland Living Museum

Visitors to the Weald & Downland Living Museum will enjoy an even greater tour through human history after new £6m facilities opened.

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Peter James

Peter James discusses his latest Roy Grace book in Worthing

Number-one bestselling Brighton-based author Peter James marks the publication of his 13th Roy Grace novel Need You Dead with a talk at Worthing’s Connaught Theatre on Thursday, June 1 at 7.30pm.

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'La Serenata' by Rosa Sepple

Contemporary watercolour exhibition in Horsham reveals a surprisingly radical art form

More than 20 of this country’s leading watercolour artists are descending on the ancient market town of Horsham to display their most recent work.

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Charlie Hunnam in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

Film review - King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (4 out of 5)

I like Guy Ritchie’s direction. His, comparatively, short list of films tend to have similar techniques that set him aside.

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The Novium Museum team with awards host, comedian Ian Moore

‘Oscar’ for Tim Peake exhibition at The Novium

The Tim Peake exhibition at The Novium Museum in Chichester has won a prestigious national award.

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IN PICTURES: DIY SOS the Big Reveal

The hero volunteers who have transformed a home in just nine days got to see what their hard work will mean to the family who live there at the DIY SOS ‘Big Reveal’.

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New exhibition

Aloneness explored in new exhibition

A newly-opened exhibition at Worthing Museum & Art Gallery explores various artists’ responses to aloneness, examining different cultural representations of solitude through art and a series of films and talks until Saturday, September 2.

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Pippa Blake Quest.  Photo credit Dan Stevens

New exhibition from Pippa Blake

Pippa Blake: Quest is the next exhibition at Chichester’s Candida Stevens Gallery at 12 Northgate, from May 27-June 17, open Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm.

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Salvage Hunters

Salvage Hunters comes to Sussex – and its producers need your help

Producers behind the popular TV show Salvage Hunters are on the hunt for quirky finds ahead of the show coming to Sussex.

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Alien: Covenant

Film review: Alien: Covenant (3 out of 5)

It seems to me that since the first Alien movie hit the big screen back in 1979, the franchise has been frantically searching for the magic formula that made the first film such an amazing success.

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DIY SOS VIDEO: Nick Knowles determined to ‘make a mum a mum again’

The transformation of a disabled mum’s home is now well underway.

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Ballet Black: Sayaka Ichikawa, Cira Robinson, Marie Astrid Mence and Isabela Coracy in Red Riding Hood by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa Photo Bill Cooper

Addressing lack of black ballerinas...

Cassa Pancho had a shock when she set out to write a thesis on why there were so few black ballerinas in this country.

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IN PICTURES: DIY SOS begins in Yapton

The Big Build in Yapton has officially begun.

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The garden

Chance to enjoy a fine West Sussex garden

The beautiful garden at Cookscroft, Bookers Lane, Earnley, will be opening this weekend.

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The open competition team - David Souter, Sophie Hull and Martyn Bell

Popular Chichester open art exhibition to expand

Chichester’s Oxmarket Stride Open Art Competition is aiming to extend its reach this year.

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