Arts & Screen

Petworth Festival tickets now on sale!

Petworth Festival will be celebrating its 40th anniversary this summer (July 17-August 4), with tickets now on sale ( or 01798 344576 – Tuesday to Saturday 10am-1pm).

Mimbre The Exploded Circus

Ten things coming up in the Worthing area

Things you won't want to miss
painter Henry Asencio

Ten things coming up in the Chichester area

Things you won't want to miss
Theatre and Comedy
Christine Aubrey

Fantastic programme as Steyning Festival prepares to open!

As Steyning Festival chairman Christine Aubrey says, revolution isn’t a word that you often see in the same sentence as Steyning.

Peter James

New Roy Grace from Brighton's Peter James!

Multi-million selling Brighton-based crime writer Peter James sets himself a particular and intense challenge in his latest Roy Grace novel, Dead If You Don’t (May 17).

Emma Hamilton, National Trust Images

Uppark focuses the extraordinary women in its history

The National Trust’s Uppark tells the stories of five women who shaped its extraordinary history in a new exhibition.

Andrea Scott

Andrea Scott’s debut exhibition at Chichester’s Oxmarket Gallery

Time and Tide is the title of Andrea Scott’s debut exhibition at Chichester’s Oxmarket Gallery (May 22 to June 3).

Anne Desmet

Wood Engravings by Anne Desmet and Friends in Petworth

Petworth’s Kevis House Gallery is offering a new exhibition, Wood Engravings by Anne Desmet and Friends (until June 23)

A young visitor to Amberley Museum's first ever Minis and the Quarry event SUS-180515-152204001

Big variety of Minis on show at museum event

Amberley Museum received a good turnout for the first ever Minis at the Quarry event held on Saturday May 12.


New exhibition at Arundel gallery

A Contour, A Curve – The Lie Of The Land is the new exhibition at Arundel’s Gallery57, 57 Tarrant Street (May 19-August 27).

Moncrieff-Bray summer sculpture 2018 David Klein

Moncrieff-Bray Gallery summer exhibition

The Moncrieff-Bray Gallery near Petworth presents its summer sculpture and painting exhibition, with works displayed in the magnificent Sussex barn and sculpture arranged across the surrounding three-acre rural gardens (May 19-June 17).

Kate Mosse (c) Ruth Crafer

Chichester novelist Kate Mosse goes to number one!

Chichester novelist Kate Mosse has hit the top spot with her new novel The Burning Chambers.
The arches at Brighton's seafront have fallen into disrepair (Photograph: Eddie Mitchell)

Nominate endangered buildings in Sussex

The Victorian Society is asking Sussex residents to nominate threatened Victorian buildings for the 2018 Top 10 Endangered Buildings List.


83 amazing photos of royal weddings from down the years

It’s just a day to go until Prince Harry and Meghan Markle walk down the aisle at Windsor Castle.

Shoreham College students knitting squares for The Yarn Trail

Yarn trail to fill district with wonderful woolly creations

Wonderful woolly works of art will decorate Lancing, Shoreham and Southwick when The Yarn Trail launches next month.

Essence of Fashion Fashion Show at Alice's House in aid of Action Medical Research for Children 06.04.2017 Photos by Sophie Ward Photography 07973725886 SUS-180805-144338001

Fashion show set to raise money for charity in style

Alice Chambers from The Essence of Fashion has decided to host another fashion show in Aid of Action Medical Research to be held at Rookwood Golf Club in Horsham on Wednesday June 6 from 7pm.

Henry Asencio

Californian painter Henry Asencio makes Chichester appearance

Contemporary Californian painter Henry Asencio will be making a personal appearance at Whitewall Galleries, East Street, Chichester, on Sunday, May 20 from 3-5pm, as the guest of honour at his new exhibition of original oil paintings.

The Balletboyz

Balletboyz in Worthing!

Just a day after graduating, Sean Flanagan was working with the award-winning, all-male dance company BalletBoyz on a piece now heading to Worthing’s Connaught Theatre on Saturday, May 19.

Theatre and Comedy

Careers beckon after fine-art degree show at University of Chichester

“Stressful but really enjoyable,” says Nicky Lacy as she looks back on her time at the University of Chichester.
Chancellor Anthony Cane

Chancellor's lectures at Chichester Cathedral

Autobiography is the theme of this year’s Chancellor’s lectures at Chichester Cathedral, delivered by Canon Dr Anthony Cane.
Theatre and Comedy
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