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UB40 to headline new West Sussex festival

UB40 and The Gipsy Kings are to headline a brand-new festival A Boundless Summer at Borde Hill Garden, Haywards Heath.


UB40, Aswad and The Gipsy Kings confirmed for Boundless Summer festival at Borde Hill Garden, Haywards Heath

UB40’s Robin Campbell chats to Lawrence Smith about the upcoming event, the new album and the band’s 40th anniversary.


Fundraising production for Bognor's Regis Centre

University of Chichester students have set themselves an ambitious target – to raise £24,000 for their home theatre, the Regis Centre in Bognor Regis

Director Michael Burnie

The nudity is all part of the show...

Anniversaries coincide as Brighton Theatre Group marks its 50th birthday with a production of the musical Hair which also first saw the light of day in 1968.

Theatre and Comedy

Coward classic in Worthing

As Helen Keeley says, playing Noël Coward’s comedy Private Lives isn’t about imagining yourself back in the 1920s or 1930s.

Theatre and Comedy
Natasha Murray

Worthing to stage “the greatest book show in the south”

Author Natasha Murray is promising Worthing “the greatest book show in the south”. The UK Southern Book Show will be in town on March 4.

Theatre and Comedy
Bognor’s Choirfest returns - twice the size!

Bognor’s Choirfest returns - twice the size!

After huge success last year, Bognor’s Choirfest doubles in size and duration for 2018, bringing together a wealth of choral talent in a spirit of non-competitive musical celebration.

Lanterns made by Apron for last months Shoreham Light Parade

New Community Space is thriving

Six months on from opening, the Co-op Community Space in Shoreham is absolutely thriving.

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The Nintendo Switch has been a staggering success

Console Corner: Why the Nintendo Switch is in it for the long haul

When Nintendo releases a console question marks are always raised over it’s long-term validity.

Journey's End

Film review: Journey’s End (4 out of 5)

The remarkable fact about RC Sherriff’s First World War play Journey’s End is that is was written in 1928, so when it appeared quite a few of the male audience will have fought in the Great War.


VIDEO: Here is what you can watch at Chichester Festival Theatre this summer

Caroline Quentin in Me And My Girl, Penelope Keith in The Chalk Garden, Gary Wilmot in Flowers For Mrs Harris and Rufus Hound in Present Laughter, are several of the highlights in the 2018 Chichester Festival Theatre summer season.

Theatre and Comedy
Michael Wooldridge is playing the Wurlitzer organ at Worthing's Assembly Hall on Sunday

What’s on this week: February 16 to 22

Events taking place in the Herald and Gazette area during the coming week.

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David Shrigley (Credit: Victor Frankowski)

Brighton Festival 2018 is to be ‘a voyage of discovery’

Brighton Festival’s 2018 programme was revealed today (February 15), led by Turner Prize-nominated visual artist and Brighton resident David Shrigley as guest director.

Visitors to Worthing Mosque for a previous open day event

Mosque offers hand of friendship with open day

Worshippers at Worthing Mosque are inviting people of all faiths and none to join them for an open day.

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Penelope Keith

REVEALED: Household names lined up for summer season at Chichester Festival Theatre

RUFUS Hound in Present Laughter, Penelope Keith in The Chalk Garden, Caroline Quentin in Me And My Girl and Gary Wilmot in Flowers For Mrs Harris will be among the highlights in the 2018 Chichester Festival Theatre summer season announced today.

Theatre and Comedy
The Bell Memorial Home in Lancing at the turn of the century

History of Lancing rings out, from The Bell to smuggling

“The Bell, The Bell!” was the likely cry as bulldozers smashed up the Bell Memorial Home in Lancing.

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Berryworld strawberry, toasted almond and caramel pancakes. Picture:

How to make the perfect pancakes

It is Shrove Tuesday today so if you have forgotten how to make the perfect pancake check out these recipes.

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A Midsummers Nights Dream, A Caribbean Dream

DVD review: A Midsummers Night’s Dream, A Caribbean Dream

Countless versions of A Midsummers Night’s Dream have entertained people across the world since the Bard put pen to paper in around 1595.

Volunteers planted the willow dome in the wild nature area on the Steyning Downland Scheme last Saturday

New play area gives children freedom to explore nature

The Steyning Downland Scheme has nearly finished its work creating a play area with a difference.

The Winslow Boy

Review: The Winslow Boy by Terence Rattigan - Chichester Festival Theatre

There is nothing more certain to prick a tear from a Chichester audience than a fight for justice.

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