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Console Corner: Assassin’s Creed Origins review

Origins of a new era for Assassin’s.

Lifestyle
Concern over casting

Harry Potter fans split over new movie casting

The title and cast of the sequel to Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them has officially been revealed by Warner Bros but fans of the wizarding franchise remain split over the casting of the new movie.

Arts
Kingsley

Vicky meets… Kingsley Poole, author

Whenever he goes for a run along the towpath, local author and GP Kingsley Poole bids a cheery ‘hello’ to the bridges along Chichester Canal.

Arts
Linda Foskett

Exhibition from Linda Foskett

Through the Seasons offers an exhibition at Chichester’s Oxmarket Gallery running from Monday, November 20 until Sunday, December 3 by Linda Foskett.

Arts
Faryl

Faryl Smith joins West Sussex gala concert

Britain’s Got Talent finalist, mezzo-soprano Faryl Smith admits she’s maybe doing things the wrong way round.

Music
Alissa Firsova by Aiga Photography

Pianist Alissa Firsova returns

The autumn Worthing Philharmonic Orchestra concert features the return of pianist Alissa Firsova.

Music
A Judgment in Stone (C) Photographer Geraint Lewis (Chris Ellison & Ben Nealon)

A copper once more...

Chris Ellison, who enjoyed a longstanding role as ITV’s DCI Frank Burnside in The Bill and the spin-off series Burnside, is a copper again, this time on stage.

Theatre and Comedy
Whitney  Queen of the Night

REVIEW: Whitney – Queen of the Night at the Theatre Royal, Brighton

Wow! I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a lively crowd in a theatre than I the one I saw in Brighton last Saturday night.

News
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REVIEW: Frozen sing-along-a at Brighton Theatre Royal

There are some things we just have to do for our children, even if that something is watching a film you have seen hundreds of times while being covered in fake snow and having to shout ‘run Sven run’ over and over again at a screen.

Theatre and Comedy
Artwork by Neville Smith

Pulborough artist Neville Smith celebrates Sussex countryside

Pulborough watercolour artist Neville Smith once again celebrates his never-ending enjoyment of the beauty and brilliance of the Sussex countryside.

Theatre and Comedy
The Mediaeval Baebes. Picture by Karla da Silva

Mediaeval Baebes bring magic and light to Horsham this December

Winter is approaching once more, a chill is creeping back into the air and the days are becoming ever shorter.

Music
West Sussex Philharmonic Orchestra

West Sussex Philharmonic Choir brings glorious music to St Mary’s, Horsham

The West Sussex Philharmonic Choir offers an evening of glorious music in the beautiful setting of St Mary’s Church, Horsham, on Saturday, November 18 (7.30pm).

Music
Geoff Norcott is one of the comedians lined up for the Barnstormers Big Sundae at The Capitol, Horsham

ENTERTAINMENT LISTINGS: Friday to Thursday, November 17-23

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

Theatre and Comedy
Mel Giedroyc will be co-hosting the show

Eurovision Song Contest: ‘The Nation Decides’ in Brighton - how to get your tickets

Brighton will be hosting the UK national selection for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in February.

Music
CRAZY FOR YOU. Tom Chambers 'Bobby' and Company. Richard Davenport.

Where's the star? He's in the ice bath!

While you sip your red wine in the interval, spare a thought for the star of the show.

Theatre and Comedy
All the prize winners

Arun Young Musician 2017 is announced

Bognor Regis cellist James Dew has been confirmed Arun Young Musician 2017 following his performance of Hungarian Rhapsody by David Popper.
Music
Alexandra Lomeiko and Antonina Suhanova. Picture by Kaupo Kikkas

Outstanding young artists at next Horsham Music Circle concert

A violin and piano recital by Alexandra Lomeiko and Antonina Suhanova is the next event from Horsham Music Circle.

Music
Belinda Lang as Stephanie Abrahams in Duet for One. Photo: Robert Day

Review: Duet for One by Tom Kempinski, Chichester Festival Theatre

It would be easy to think this was a portrayal of world-renowned cellist Jacqueline du Pre who had multiple sclerosis.

Theatre and Comedy
Craig and Charlotte Crane in October Analogue Records in South Street

Chichester record shop already a hit

A new record shop is proving popular in its first few days of trading.

News
The Kite Runner

REVIEW: The Kite Runner (Theatre Royal, Brighton, until November 18)

Friendship, family, betrayal and redemption are at the heart of the powerful and unforgettable drama The Kite Runner, adapted from the best-selling novel and now on a national tour.

Theatre and Comedy
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