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Folk legend Richard Digance makes return visit to Bognor

Richard Digance is the guest at Folk on the Coast at the Bognor Regis Town FC Seasons venue on Friday, February 23 at 8pm.

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Peter Medhurst

REVIEW: Funtington Music Group, Chichester University Chapel of the Ascension

Peter Medhurst presents My World of Opera with Jeremy Limb (Piano)

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The Jive Aces

The Jive Aces lead all-day jive

The Jive Aces return to host an all-day jive at Worthing’s Assembly Hall.

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Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker and John Doyle

Folk trio keep up Celtic theme

Following a sold-out show by Scotland’s Tannahill Weavers, it’s the turn of Michael McGoldrick, John McCusker and John Doyle to carry on the Celtic music theme being promoted by WemsFest.

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FolkLaw

Gig from rising folk stars

Folk fans are in for a treat on Friday, February 23 when Harbour Records (Emsworth) present one of the rising stars on the current folk scene FolkLaw at Chidham & Hambrook Village Hall.

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UB40

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.

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UB40

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.

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Nunsense

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

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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.

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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.

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Alessi

"Let's start the love revolution!"

London-based singer-songwriter Alessi’s Ark AKA Alessi Laurent-Marke plays The Prince Albert, Brighton on February 17 as she releases a new single DLD (Door Light Dream) from last October’s album Love is the Currency.

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The Temperance Movement

Album "our best yet"

The Temperance Movement play Brighton’s Concorde 2 on Monday, February 19 on the back of a new album – their best yet, they believe. The album is A Deeper Cut.

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Ken, Mitch and Sheila Jenkins

Mitch's fond tribute to his dad

Mitch Jenkins, founder and artistic director of Worthing-based Sussex Youth Theatre, will be looking for passion and raw talent as he launches a new arts award to commemorate his late father.

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Ruth Stein School of Dance Peter Pan - Sophie Reid, Amy Rock, Skyla Hawthorne

Chichester's young talents in action with Peter Pan

The timeless tale of Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up, is returning to Chichester, brought to life by the Chichester-based Ruth Stein School of Dance.

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WSO Conductor John Gibbons

REVIEW: American Masterpieces’ Concert – Worthing Symphony Orchestra

Assembly Hall, Friday February 2, 2018 (7.30pm), conductor John Gibbons, leader Julian Leaper; pianist Nathan Williamson.

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Howard Shelley

Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra get music lovers in the mood for Valentine’s Day

The Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra’s season continues at the Brighton Dome on Sunday, February 11.

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DArcy Trinkwon

Acclaimed organist aims to show it's everyone's instrument

Fantasia! offers a new series of 45 Minutes of Music at The Meeting House, University of Sussex, Brighton, running until May.

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Story fun

Story fun is the promise in Arundel

Chichester’s award-winning Story Factory is expanding to Arundel.

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George Clinton

Sussex's Love Supreme Music Festival announces heavyweight line-up for 2018

Earth Wind & Fire, Tom Misch, Elvis Costello, George Clinton Parliament Funkadelic, Steve Winwood, Mavis Staples, Tony Allen, Mr Jukes, Curtis Harding and many more for the finest jazz festival in Sussex
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India Electric Co

City and country contrasted on new recording

India Electric Company are on the road with the second in an EP trilogy contrasting country and city themes – their folkiest release to date.

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