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Biggest year ever ahead for Brighton Fringe

A record-breaking 970 shows and events, including more than 300 world premieres, 100 international shows and the first-ever Fringe City week days, feature in the Brighton Fringe’s 2017 programme.

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Cathal Garvey

Billingshurst Choral Society tackle Mendelssohn’s Elijah

Billingshurst Choral Society offer Mendelssohn’s Elijah for their next concert at Billingshurst Leisure Centre on April 8 at 7.30pm.

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Paul Carrack

Paul Carrack plays Brighton

The millennium year was a key turning point for singer-songwriter Paul Carrack.

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Whitney: Queen of the Night at Worthings Pavilion Theatre on Saturday, March 25.

Whitney night in Worthing

The music of the late, great Whitney Houston lives on in Whitney: Queen of the Night at Worthing’s Pavilion Theatre on Saturday, March 25.

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Win a CD

Win a copy of the new Sing Your Heart Out 2017 CD!

We’ve got five copies of the new Sing Your Heart Out 2017 CD to give away.

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REVIEW: Trio Wanderer – Coffee Concert at The Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, Sussex University

Vincent Coq (piano), Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabédian (violin), Raphael Pidoux (cello). Dvorak, Trio No 4 in E minor Op90 B166 ‘Dumky’ (1891); Suk, Elegie Op23 (Under the Influence of Zeyer’s Vyšehrad) (1902); Schubert, Trio No 2 in Eb D929 (1827), shorter version.

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Tez             Pic by Steve Ullathorne

What does it mean to be British?

Being British means different things to different people, says rising stand-up Tez Ilyas who brings his Made in Britain show to Brighton’s Komedia on Sunday, April 2.

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Kungsbacka Piano Trio              Pic by Hanya Chlala

REVIEW: Kungsbacka Piano Trio

Enthusiastic reception for visit of Kungsbacka Piano Trio to Chichester Chamber Concerts

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COLLABRO ARE SUPPORTING CLIFF RICHARD

Collabro to support Cliff Richard at Stansted

Musical theatre group Collabro will be the support act for Cliff Richard on his nationwide Just Fabulous Rock ‘n’ Roll tour this summer which takes in Stansted Park on Sunday, June 18.

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Jonathan Willcocks

The Chichester Singers tackle Rachmaninov’s Vespers in Russian!

Singing in Russian is the challenge ahead for the Chichester Singers in Chichester Cathedral on Saturday, April 1 at 7.30pm.

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DVD to be won

Win brand-new Roy Orbison DVD!

We’ve got three copies of a brand-new Roy Orbison DVD to win!

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Matt Monro Jnr

The Matt Monro Story in Brighton

The Matt Monro Story will be brought to life at Brighton Theatre Royal on Monday, March 27 by his son, Matt Monro Junior.

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Win tickets to Chichester's Priory Park Festival

Win tickets to Chichester's Priory Park Festival

We are offering the chance to win two VIP tickets for any one night of Chichester’s Priory Park Festival, including reserved seating in the VIP area, a personal greeting from festival director Robin Bextor and a chance to meet some of the acts.

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The RPMs

The RPMs back on Brighton home turf

The RPMs offer a hometown show live at Brighton Bleach tonight (March 16).

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Haley

Singer songwriter Haley Bonar plays Brighton

American singer songwriter Haley Bonar is performing at Brighton’s Komedia on March 27.

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The Bersted Boys and Hazel

Choirs converge for debut Choir-Fest in Bognor

A brand-new one-day choir festival makes its debut this year in Bognor Regis, with big plans to expand in the years ahead.

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Emily Portman

Folk bonanza at Shoreham's Ropetackle

Shoreham’s Ropetackle puts the spotlight on folk music this month.

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Otherkin            Pic by Gregory Nolan

Irish garage punks Otherkin offer Brighton date

Fresh from wowing festival crowds across Europe last summer, Irish garage punks Otherkin are back with their new single Bad Advice.

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Steps

Steps confirm Brighton date on anniversary tour

Steps return for 2017 with a huge UK arena tour, plus a brand-new single and album, marking their twentieth anniversary.

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Kokomo     Pic by Graham Whittington

REVIEW: Kokomo/Lem and the White Fire, Empire Hall, Graffham

Chichester-based Lem and the White Fire normally perform as a seven piece but slimmed down to a duo to give fine support to soul legends Kokomo.

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