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New film Finding Your Feet features Chichester's Frankie Oatway

It’s at the start, it’s one of the best scenes in the movie and it features Witterings-based actor Frankie Oatway.

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Joe Pasquale as Frank Spencer in Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, credit Michael Wharley

Joe Pasquale brings the hapless Frank Spencer back to life!

Joe Pasquale is working his way through stage versions of shows which were landmark moments in his childhood.
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The secrets of travelling safely...

As Lloyd Figgins says, the rewards we can reap from exploring this amazing planet of ours are incalculable.
Brendan Cole - All Night Long

Review: Brendan Cole - All Night Long, The Hawth

Brendan Cole with his usual charismatic charm brought a superb evening of mesmerising dance, song and entertainment to the Hawth last night (Wednesday) in his 10th anniversary tour.

Margaret Bristow credit:

Vicky Meets… Margaret Bristow, Volunteer Manager of The Regis Centre shop

A passionate supporter of the arts being available to all, listening to Margaret talk about her early career as a dancer and acrobat is mesmerising stuff.

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A passion for dinosaurs in Horsham

Dinosaur aficionado Ben Garrod became passionate about dinosaurs at the age of three – a passion absolutely undimmed all these years later.

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Some of the cast

Worthing date for Chichester students on tour

The great Chichester adventure comes to a conclusion for a group of third-year musical-theatre students currently on tour.


Poet Tamar Yoseloff in Chichester

Enjoy a celebration of words and music with poet Tamar Yoseloff reading at Chichester Library, Tower Street, Chichester on Thursday, March 22 at 7.30pm.

The Players in rehearsal

Agatha Christie from the Rustington Players

A Murder is Announced is the play as the Rustington Players take to the stage this week with an Agatha Christie classic.

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Horror and fantasy director Neil Marshall to speak about career at University of Chichester

Game of Thrones director in Chichester

One of the directors of the global blockbuster series Game of Thrones will be speaking about his career at the University of Chichester.
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Nikki Dunsford as Miss Jessel and Andrew Wesby as Peter Quint , back, with Kate Stoner as Mrs Grose, Bertie Atkinson as Miles, Nina Hayward as Flora and Keziah Israel as Miss Grey

REVIEW: The Turn of the Screw, Barn Theatre, Southwick

Atmosphere is everything in any production of The Turn of the Screw, Henry James’ classic ghost story.

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Ken Dodd

Remembering the great Ken Dodd

For years, Southsea and Worthing – and occasionally Chichester – were fixtures for Sir Ken Dodd on his south-coast comedy circuit: memories all the more precious now that he has gone.
Forbidden Broadway

Ariel performers take a satirical look at the world of musical theatre

Forbidden Broadway, The Hawth studio, Crawley, February 23-24

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From left: Tony Westwood, Nick Cryer, Tracey Bates, John Coyt. Picture by Neville de Moraes

Henfield Theatre Company presents Confusions by Alan Ayckbourn

Confusions by Alan Ayckbourn is the next challenge for Henfield Theatre Company.

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I Believe in Unicorns is at Chequer Mead, East Grinstead, on Wednesday, March 14

ENTERTAINMENT LISTINGS: Friday to Thursday, March 9-15

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

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Jimmy Osmond is at The Capitol, Horsham, on Friday, March 9. Picture by Jim Lersch

Ten things to see in Sussex, March 9-16

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

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Bill Brennan pic by Nigel Cull

Lemons times five is Drip Action challenge

Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons is the intriguing title of the next production from Arundel’s Drip Action theatre company.

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On the road

Worthing and Chichester dates for students on the road with Bernstein classic

The University of Chichester’s regional touring company are on the road to launch Chichester’s centenary celebrations of Leonard Bernstein, the man who composed the Chichester Psalms.
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Green-screen Macbeth!

CinEvents bring a new version of Macbeth to Worthing.

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Fun for the children

Dinosaurs and pirates converge on Worthing!

After huge success a couple of years ago, Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs are back, this time with the tale of The Magic Cutlass, heading to Worthing’s Connaught Theatre on March 18.

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