The Arundel Museum Summer Exhibition Opens

Arundel Museum was delighted to welcome Lord Arundel to open the 2017 Summer Exhibition on Sunday evening. In front of a large audience of...

Horsham’s Big Nibble food festival returns

There will be so much to explore in Horsham’s town centre on the 2nd and 3rd of September as the Big Nibble food festival...

Worthing Museum redevelopment to ‘Let the Light in’

A bold new £3.5m renovation plan to transform Worthing Museum and Art Gallery into a centre of excellence doubling the number of visitors within...

Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts Spring Programme

Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA), Brighton, UK, is pleased to announce the Spring 2018 programme. Drawing on some of the most important...

Worthing Theatres takes top spot in Muddy Stilettos Sussex Awards

Worthing Theatres is proud to have won the title of Best Theatre in the Muddy Stilettos Awards for Sussex, celebrating fantastic places, spaces and...

Worthing Theatres celebrate 250 year anniversary of circus

2018 marks a special year for circus. 250 years ago the art-form was first introduced when Philip Astley, who is considered the creator of...

Enter the colourful world of board games as V&A Museum of Childhood exhibition arrives...

The Novium Museum, Chichester will be throwing the dice ready for a major national touring exhibition from the V&A which delves into the exciting,...
Jo Brand

Students Film Comedian Jo Brand for Worthing Pantomime

Northbrook MET Creative Media Practice (Moving Image) degree students had the amazing opportunity to film Jo Brand for her new role in Worthing Theatre's...

Grafton Car Park Hosts free outdoor circus show

A host of angels are coming to earth in Worthing, they have been dropping their wings so they can float down. All over the...

‘Streets of London’ re-released by Crisis Choir & Annie Lennox

Legendary singer-songwriter, Ralph McTell, has re-recorded his timeless song, ‘Streets of London’, with a choir made up of clients from Crisis – the national...

Rain fails to dampen the mood of festival goers

The first West Sussex free music festival for 16-25 year olds with additional needs has been hailed a success despite the downpours. Summerfest 2017, held...
As You Like It

Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ Comes to Worthing

Shakespeare’s poetic comical play of mistaken identity and love ‘As You Like It’ comes to Worthing’s Connaught Theatre on 21st - 22nd November as...


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