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Everything you need to know ahead of Brighton Pride

The country’s most popular LGBTQ+ event returns to Brighton this summer with a ‘Colour my World’ theme and Britney Spears headlining its festival.

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Anniversary celebrations

Celebrations for The Arts Society Chichester

Members of The Arts Society Chichester (formerly Chichester Decorative and Fine Arts Society) have been celebrating their 40th anniversary with president Susan Stevenson-Hamilton, chairman Rhoda Sheppard and specially-invited guests Alison Galvin-Wright, trustee of The Arts Society. and David Bignell, chairman of Sussex Area Arts Society.

Arun Art Club - Mick Porter and Anne Wilson enjoy painting in the sunshine

Annual show from Arun Art Society

Arun Art Society’s annual exhibition offers the chance to enjoy original artworks created by talented local artists.

Laurie Davidson and Lydia Leonard in The Meeting. Picture Helen Maybanks

Review: Charlotte Jones’ new Sussex play sizzles with sexual energy

The Meeting, Minerva Theatre, Chichester

Theatre and Comedy
Southwick Players Youth members in Fantastic Mr Fox. Picture: Miles Davies

Why we loved Fantastic Mister Fox at Barn Theatre, Southwick

Fantastic Mister Fox is nothing short of fantastic – and not just Mr Fox, all his little animal mates as well.

Theatre and Comedy

Events taking place across Sussex this July weekend

This weekend (Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, July 22) is shaping up to be very busy with a plethora of events taking place across Sussex, ranging from Pride and fire station open days, to farmers markets and free tennis.

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Laurie Davidson and Lydia Leonard. Photo by Helen Maybanks

REVIEW: The Meeting, Minerva Theatre, Chichester, until August 11

Charlotte Jones’ fascinating, complex drama – at times comedy; towards the end full-on thriller –  makes for compelling viewing as it slowly, quietly, powerfully draws us in.

Theatre and Comedy
Richard Plowman

Vicky Meets…

Richard Plowman, Chairman of Priory Park 100
Carpenters Gold is at Chequer Mead, East Grinstead, on Friday, July 20

ENTERTAINMENT LISTINGS: Friday to Thursday, July 20-26

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

Theatre and Comedy
Enchanted Horsham

Colourful family festival offers an enchanting experience in Horsham

There’s only one week to go until Enchanted Horsham.

Theatre and Comedy
The Vale dos Vinhedos

Brazilian wine has great potential

Brazil makes wine? This was the universal response when I suggested a tasting of wines from Brazil for one of the Arundel Wine Society monthly meetings.

The Hickory Signals (Laura Ward and Adam Roonchetti). Picture by Liz Pearce, LP180697

Fabulous first weekend for Horsham Garden Music Festival

There was a fabulous selection of music at the first weekend of Horsham Garden Music Festival, a charity that’s been presenting concerts in the Human Nature Garden, Horsham Park, for seven years now.

Popol and Kakehole

Thrilling Horsham show celebrates the birth of modern circus

Circus Wonderland is returning to Horsham with high-flying acrobats, jugglers and clowns promising fun for all the family.

Theatre and Comedy
Hungry Shark World on console supports 4k display

Console Corner: Hungry Shark signals change of tide in video gaming world

An announcement from Ubisoft this week has signalled a real change of tide in the world of video games.

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

Priscilla Queen of the Desert dazzles at Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill

Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Burgess Hill Musical Theatre Society, Martlets Hall

Theatre and Comedy
The Drifters

Ten things to see in Sussex, Friday to Thursday, July 20-26

Wondering what do over the next seven days? Here are ten of the best events.

Theatre and Comedy
Mediterranean octopus salad

A Mediterranean holiday on a plate

Be bold, be brave… and try cooking octopus this summer. With this easy recipe from David Woods, executive head chef of the Sofitel London Gatwick, you won’t get your tentacles in a twist...

La Boheme

Touring opera company perform Puccini’s tragic tale at Crawley’s Hawth

Set in the modern day and performed in English, La Bohème proved the perfect starting point for OperaUpClose nine years ago.

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Felpham friends Mary Hite and Jeanette Clarke

Friends maintain Arundel art tradition

Felpham friends Mary Hite and Jeanette Clarke will be reunited once again through art in Arundel.

GAPA medal winners and VIPs. Picture by Emma Treadaway

GAPA pupils put on a sensational end-of-year show

Former British prima ballerina Dame Beryl Grey, EastEnders actor John Partridge and Republica lead singer Saffron were guests of honour at the Gielgud Academy of Performing Arts (GAPA) show this year.

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