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Console Corner: Burnout Paradise Remastered

Lifestyle
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society

Film review: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society (4 out of 5)

Arts
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National Tea Day: The Sussex tea company given the thumbs up by Selfridges

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Russell Watson

Rye International Jazz Festival promises world-class concerts

Music

Festival to bring history to life at museum

News

Popular Swing orchestra set for a show at the Hippodrome

Music

The songs of Kate Bush for just one marvellous night

Music

Rossini’s mass in an operatic-style is sure to ‘put a spring in your step’

Music

Couples sought to take part in Come Dine With Me

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Sussex screenings for 50th anniversary of The Beatles Yellow Submarine

Arts

Rye International Jazz Festival promises world-class concerts

Music
The Pasadena Roof Orchestra

Popular Swing orchestra set for a show at the Hippodrome

Music
Rachel Sinetta presents Wuthering Heights: The Music of Kate Bush

The songs of Kate Bush for just one marvellous night

Music
Phoenix Choir Eastbourne. By Wil Wardle Photography

Rossini’s mass in an operatic-style is sure to ‘put a spring in your step’

Music
Sussex Harmony. Picture by TB-PR.com

Sussex Harmony singers strive to keep cheerful church music alive

Music

Theatre royalty Gwen Taylor on the ‘wit and exuberance of Wilde’.

Theatre and Comedy
Trapdoor Productions summer show at Royal Hippdrome Theatre - copyright John Scofield Photography

Summer show starting soon at Royal Hippodrome

Arts
Zoe Pennington Dance Studios

Review: The Best Of The Fest

Arts
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society

Film review: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society (4 out of 5)

Arts
DM17526645a.jpg Living History Festival Weald and Downland Living Museum. Photo by Derek Martin SUS-170406-153451008

Festival to bring history to life at museum

News

Sussex screenings for 50th anniversary of The Beatles Yellow Submarine

Arts
A Fantastic Woman. Showing at the Curzon Cinema Eastbourne

Curzon screens an Oscar-winner

Arts