Arts & Screen
Robertsbridge Bonfire 2017. Photo by Frank Copper.

Sussex bonfire night guide

The Sussex bonfires have been hosted for more than 300 years and, although the historical significance of the evening has somewhat faded, Britain still glows with bonfires and burning effigies of Guy Fawkes, with fireworks shooting across the night.

Tim Cotterill

Worthing awaits the artist known as the Frogman!

Worthing awaits a visit from the artist dubbed The Frogman when he travels back to the old country on his latest tour. Room With A View, 26 Warwick Street, is offering a preview with the artist present on Friday, October 5 from 6.30-8.30pm.

Carrie Etter

Poet Carrie Etter in Chichester

Chichester Library’s contribution to National Poetry Day on Thursday, October 4 at 7.30pm is a visit from American ex-pat poet Carrie Etter who will be reading from her latest collection, The Weather in Normal, which explores the connections between weather, home, family, place, and climate change.

Ann Wright

Wall of Death remembered

Southwick author Ann Wright explores her own Wall of Death heritage in her new book The Wall of Death: Todd and Soutter Families 1929-1960, available from Amazon.

Chairman Martin Allen

Important meeting for Shoreham's Ropetackle

Shoreham’s Ropetackle will be celebrating its busiest season yet with an annual meeting to which patrons and members of the community are invited (Tuesday, September 25,6.30pm, the Ropetackle Arts Centre).

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