Eastbourne Theatre's listings Oct - Nov All news

Monday 6 - Saturday 11 October 2014

From the author of An Inspector Calls comes a new production of another timeless Priestley mystery. All seems well at the Caplan’s independent publishing house until a can of worms is unceremoniously ripped open at Robert and Freda Caplan’s dinner party. A chance remark plunges the guests into a re-examination of the mysterious events surrounding the recent death of young Martin Caplan and skeletons come crashing out of the closet in more ways than one. Life will never be the same again... or will it.

The cast will include Michael Praed best known for his starring roles in Robin of Sherwood, Dynasty, and Riders, and on stage in High Society and The Sound of Music. Colin Buchanan best known for playing D.I. Pascoe in the hit BBC television series Dalziel and Pascoe for eleven years. Kim Thomson famed for her roles in Emmerdale, Holby City, The Bill and her own series Virtual Murder. Matt Milne fresh from his years as footman Alfred Nugent in Downton Abbey. Lauren Drummond who has just completed three years in Holby City prior to which she starred in Waterloo Road and Finty Williams from Gosford Park and Mrs Brown.

Performance Times: Evenings 7.45pm / Wednesday & Saturday Matinee 2.30pm
Ticket Prices: From £15.50

Thursday 9 - Saturday 11 October 2014

The biggest beer festival in East Sussex comes to Eastbourne's Winter Garden every October. Try from a range of over 160 real cask ales on tap, from quirky named brews to award winners, all of which have been chosen especially for the festival by our local CAMRA members. In addition visit the Wine Bar, Cider Bar and the International Bottled Beers Bar for a range of brews from all around the world.

Performance Times: Thursday 6pm - 11pm / Friday 5.30pm - 11pm / Saturday Day Session 11am - 4pm / Saturday Evening 6pm - 11pm
Ticket Prices:  From £5.50

Thursday 9 October 2014

Dawn French, the Queen of British comedy, announces her first ever solo tour. The award-winning actor, best-selling novelist and all-round very funny lady has written a new show, based on her life and career, called 30 Million Minutes. 30 Million Minutes will consist of various delights and riches, with the odd irksome tribulation thrown in, as Dawn takes audiences through the various lessons life has taught her, and the things she knows for sure. Book for this show NOW, because Dawn French is convinced it won't be long before she is far too doolally to perform it.

Performance Times: 7.30pm
Ticket Prices: £35, £39.50

Monday 13 - Saturday 18 October 2014

The new stage hit from the No.1 best-selling author Peter James. Have you ever wondered how you commit the perfect murder? Victor Smiley and his wife Joan have been married for a long time. But their marriage has reached crisis point and Victor has decided there is only one way to get Joan out of his life forever... but he’s about to get a nasty surprise... As a young Detective Roy Grace starts to investigate his very first homicide case, dark forces intervene and Grace begins to fear that nothing is quite as it seems. With an all-star cast led by Robert Daws (star of ITV’s The Royal, Roger Roger, Outside Edge and theatre productions include The Secret of Sherlock Holmes, Public Property and Blackbird), Dawn Steele (star of ITV’s Wild at Heart, Sea of Souls and Monarch of the Glen, theatre productions of Verdict, Volcano and Blackbird), Gray O’Brien, (Coronation Street, Casualty and Peak Practice), Thomas Howes (the much loved character of William the footman in Downton Abbey) and Simona Armstrong (finalist in the BBC’s How Do You Solve a Problem like Maria?).

Performance Times: Evenings 7.45pm / Wednesday & Saturday Matinee 2.30pm
Ticket Prices: From £18

Wednesday 15 October 2014

Very few comedians could turn the worst year of their life into a resounding success. Fresh from winning the most successful ever series of Big Brother by a landslide, comedy king Jim Davidson has done exactly that. ‘No Further Action’ will see Jim tell the story of his arrest and the nightmare 12 months that followed, the clearing of his name and winning the heart of the nation all over again. It promises to be the most outrageous, hilarious and insightful show Jim has ever performed, but most of all it will be the truth.

Performance Times: 7.30 pm
Ticket Prices: £20, £23.50

Friday 17 October 2014

Ben Norris, Susan Murray, Robert White Compere: Windsor
Don’t let Robert White’s boyish good-looks fool you - his show is a jaw-dropping mix of lewd innuendo, cheesy jokes, self-penned comedy songs and audience interaction. Making welcome returns to the Winter Garden stage are seasoned regulars Ben Norris and Susan White back with more insightful, fast-thinking, topical comedy.

Performance Times: Doors 8:00pm - Comedy 9:00pm
Suitable for ages 17 and over
Ticket Prices: £10

Tuesday 21 October 2014

Pull on your dancing shoes and come on down to enjoy a Tea Dance at Eastbourne's atmospheric Winter Garden. With live musical accompaniment from Chris Mannion, these tea dances are the perfect place to socialise with friends, meet new people and trip the light fantastic, see you there!

Performance Times: 2pm-5pm
Ticket Prices: £6 (includes tea & biscuit)

Tuesday 21 October 2014

The Ukuleles are back! Is it possible for anyone to create a show that brilliantly combines music from Mozart to Monty Python, Bach to the Beatles, Chick Corea to Rossini? The answer of course in the case of The United Kingdom Ukulele Orchestra is a resounding YES! Their motto is: "Musical borders belong to Yesterday". The musicians from the Peter Moss directed United Kingdom Ukulele Orchestra with their totally unique vocal harmony blend that brings every Concert Hall to its feet night after night will return.

Performance Times: 7.30pm
Ticket Prices: £23

Thursday 23 October 2014

After a sold out Shepherd's Bush Empire show in February, St. Vincent is back in the UK with only a handful of dates. St. Vincent is the moniker for Annie Clark (Polyphonic Spree, Sufjan Stevens), who released her third album, Strange Mercy, in 2011 which not only received rave reviews with the Guardian calling it “smart, demanding and unique” but also cemented her status as one of her generation's most fearsome and inventive guitarists and songwriters.  Clark has an inspiring creative energy, emphasising a character-driven performance that has become a highlight in her live shows. It's charming and alarming, gorgeous and morbid, comforting and uncanny, and she's not slowing down any time soon.

Performance Times: Doors: 7pm - Start: 7.30pm
Ticket Prices: From £17.50
Age restriction: 14yrs+, under 16s must be accompanied by an adult

Thursday 23 - Saturday 25 October 2014

Written by Roy Clarke OBE, and first aired in 1973, this much loved classic sitcom has been specially commissioned to celebrate the 40th anniversary of its television premiere. The production skilfully blends together classic moments from over 20 episodes into a rib ticking evening of visual humour and comedic lines made famous by Britain's favourite shop keeper Albert Arkwright, and his put-upon errand boy, Granville.

Performance Times: Evenings 7.45pm / Saturday Matinee 2.30pm
Ticket Prices:  £15.50, £18, £20

Tuesday 28 October - Saturday 1 November 2014

Young EODS are delighted to present this well-known classic, set in the back streets of London Town, with wonderful characters such as Fagin, Nancy, Bill Sykes, Dodger and of course - Oliver! The cast of 50 children aged 8-18 will take you back in time to enjoy such wonderful songs as Consider Yourself and Oom Pah Pah.

Performance Times: Tuesday - Friday Evening 7.30pm / Wednesday Matinee 2.30pm / Saturday 3pm
Ticket Prices: £12

Wednesday 29 October - Saturday 1 November 2014

Grease is the word! This fantastically popular iconic 1950’ Rock and Roll musical, packed with so many familiar songs and much loved music, is being performed by The Rattonians as part of their 30th Anniversary year. An amateur production.

Performance Times: Evenings 7.30pm / Thursday & Saturday 2.30pm
Ticket Prices: £14, £16.50

Friday 31 October - Sunday 2 November 2014

A sci-fi, Horror and Alternative Genre & Role-playing Convention. If you love Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Horror then WynterCon is what you have been waiting for.

Performance Times: Day 9am - 5 pm / Evening 7pm onwards
Ticket Prices: £9.99,£24.9,£29.99

Tuesday 4 November 2014

The original ‘dreamboats’ Marty Wilde, Eden Kane and John Leyton join forces in a spectacular show that will show they were the teen idols of their day. Performing their own hits, Marty, Eden and John will demonstrate how rock n’ roll with its fusion of sound and rhythm shaped the style of music that we listened to then and still do today, all the above backed by The Wildcats.

Performance Times: 7.30pm
Ticket Prices: £24.50, £22.50, £20.50

Tuesday 4 November 2014

Pull on your dancing shoes and come on down to enjoy a Tea Dance at Eastbourne's atmospheric Winter Garden. With live musical accompaniment from Chris Mannion these tea dances are the perfect place to socialise with friends, meet new people and trip the light fantastic, see you there!

Performance Times: 2pm-5pm
Ticket Prices: £6 (includes tea & biscuit)

Tuesday 4 - Saturday 8 November 2014

It’s 1789 and revolution is in the air. In France, an aristocracy falls. And in the South Pacific, Fletcher Christian overthrows his captain in the famous mutiny on The Bounty. Christian drops anchor at the idyllic, fertile and remote island of Pitcairn. But his dream of a modern society of equals in paradise is blown off course: by the base interests and suspicions of his fellow sailors, and by their Tahitian followers who miss their home and traditions.

Richard Bean's plays include One Man, Two Guvnors and the new hit comedy about phone-hacking, Great Britain (both National Theatre and West End). He has twice won the Evening Standard Award for Best Play, as well as Critics' Circle awards in both London and New York. His other work includes The Heretic (Royal Court), The Big Fellah (Out of Joint), England People Very Nice, Harvest, and the forthcoming West End musical Made in Dagenham.

Performance Times: Evenings 7.45pm / Wednesday & Saturday matinee 2.30pm
Ticket Prices: From £15.50

Thursday 6 November 2014

Join the original and the best celebration of Motown’s Greatest Hits with the spectacular, critically acclaimed Dancing In The Streets. Experience the energy and electricity of the motor city in a stunning production packed with hit after hit, all killer, no filler! The talented cast and band will bring to life the infectious, melodic, foot-tapping songs with a touch of soul
and style guaranteed to have you singing along and dancing in the aisles. Expect hits by The Four Tops, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Lionel Richie, The Supremes, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas and many more.

Performance Times: 7.30pm
Ticket Prices: £23.50, £25.50, £27.50

Thursday 6 November 2014

Experience a party night of sensory catchy rave-pop from the multiple chart-topper and one of the biggest Urban artists around today. Example, originally from London, found success with his second studio album Won’t Go Quietly which peaked at number 4 in the UK album charts and number 1 in the UK Dance Chart. He now returns with his new top 10 album Live Life Living, creating his signature catchy dance tunes with electro, rap and hip-hop elements.

Performance Times: Doors: 7pm
Ticket Prices: £27.50
Age restriction: 14yrs+, under 16s must be accompanied by an adult

Monday 10 November 2014

The annual celebration of music in East Sussex schools. Our secondary schools will bring their proudest musical achievements to our evening of entertainment. You will hear from bands, choirs, orchestras and more covering a wide range of music from Bach to beyond. For full details of which schools are appearing, please contact the schools themselves or East Sussex Music Service.

Performance Times: 7pm
Ticket Prices: £6

Monday 10 November 2014

British Bake-Off Star Paul Hollywood comes to Eastbourne in this fun evening of cooking and more. Get Your Bake On will see Great British Bake Off star Paul Hollywood demonstrate recipes, reveal some of the secrets of being a TV chef and take the audience on a journey through his life in baking. The show will culminate with four lucky randomly chosen audience members coming on stage to bake with Paul.

Paul will demonstrate up to four of his favourite recipes during the show and four lucky audience members, chosen at random, will be invited to take part in one baking challenge with the chance to be dubbed star baker. Audience members will also be given the opportunity to put their own questions to Paul in an open Q&A.

Performance Times: 8pm
Ticket Prices: £29.50

Monday 10 - Saturday 15 November 2014

A spine-chilling tale from the author of The Woman in Black, Susan Hill’s The Small Hand takes you on a new journey that is the stuff of nightmares... Bookseller Adam Snow stumbles across a derelict Edwardian house having taken a wrong turn. Compelled to take a closer look, he approaches the front door, only to feel the chilling sensation of a small cold hand reaching for his own. He tries to put this terrifying experience behind him but soon becomes overwhelmed by recurring nightmares. In a desperate attempt to put his fears to rest, he tries to find out more about the house and its occupants. But the small hand is determined to keep him firmly in its grasp...

Performance Times: Evenings 7.45pm / Wednesday & Saturday Matinee 2.30pm
Ticket Prices: From £15.50

Monday 17 - Wednesday 19 November 2014

Commemorating the 100 year anniversary of World War One, Private Peaceful relives the life of Private Tommo Peaceful, a young soldier awaiting the firing squad at dawn. During the night he looks back at his short but joyful past growing up in rural Devon: his exciting first days at school; the accident in the forest that killed his father; his adventures with Molly, the love of his life; and the battles and injustices of war that brought him to the front line.

Winner of the Blue Peter Book of the Year, Private Peaceful is by third Children’s Laureate, Michael Morpurgo. His inspiration came from a visit to Ypres where he was shocked to discover how many young soldiers were court-martialed and shot for cowardice during the First World War.

Performance Times: Monday & Tuesday 7.30pm / Wednesday 2.30pm
Ticket Prices: From £15.50, £16.50, £17.50

Tuesday 18 November 2014

For lovers of Sixties music, this is the ultimate line-up, featuring record breaking Merseybeat band Gerry & The Pacemakers - the first act to reach No. 1 and the first act ever to top the charts with their first three singles. Also from Liverpool and tipped to be as big as The Beatles, The Searchers’ first single also went to No. 1 and led to five more Top 5 hits and a total of 128 weeks in the charts.

Controversial, ponytailed P.J. Proby, whose trouser splitting shocked the nation, was a Melody Maker teen idol award winner in 1964 and spent 91 weeks in the charts. The Fortunes stormed the Top 10 with You’ve Got Your Troubles, Here It Comes Again, Freedom Come Freedom Go and Storm in a Teacup. And finally, Brian Poole and Chip Hawkes. On stage together, bringing you the very greatest hits of The Tremeloes.

Performance Times: 7.30pm
Ticket Prices: £30.50

Wednesday 19 November 2014

The Russian State Ballet and Opera House will burst onto the stage once again this autumn accompanied by a large live Orchestra with over 30 musicians. Swan Lake is a compelling legend of tragic romance telling the story of Odette, a princess turned into a swan by an evil curse. With instantly recognisable music by Tchaikovsky and a timeless story of good versus evil, Swan Lake is a Russian classic complete with wonderful choreography that allows the very best dancers to show just how impressive they can be.

Performance Times: 7.30pm
Ticket Prices: £24, £29, £31, £33

Thursday 20 November 2014

Compere: BBC Radio 2’s Alan Dedicoat
Join the Bands of the Royal Air Force as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of one of the UK’s greatest national icons - the Red Arrows. Expect a programme of music spanning the past five decades to match the colour, flamboyance and entertainment provided by Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines. From the Beatles to Bolero, Queen to Lloyd-Webber, big band to Puccini, there’s something for everyone to enjoy on the Royal Air Force in Concert Tour.

Performance Times: 7.30pm
Ticket Prices: £17, £20, £23

Thursday 20 - Saturday 22 November 2014

Sir Ernest Shackleton's ship Endurance sank in Antarctica, leaving him and his crew of 27 stranded. Harry McNish, Shackleton’s carpenter and brilliant shipwright, challenged ‘The Boss’, but went all the way with him, ensuring all lives were saved after a journey universally agreed to be the most astonishing voyage of survival in history.

For all his bravery and ingenuity, McNish was one of very few who never received the Polar Medal. What was it that caused this man to antagonise the hero of Antarctica, and how does he come to terms with it now, alone and destitute on the wharfs of Wellington, New Zealand. 

Performance Times: Evenings 7.45pm / Saturday Matinee 2.30pm
Ticket Prices: £13.50

Sunday 23 November 2014

The wonderful overture is well known, but this autumn, New Sussex Opera provides a rare chance to see the complete opera, sung in the original English, containing some of Carl Maria von Weber’s delightful music. Set in a fairytale land, the story is a sequel to Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Oberon, King of the Fairies, guides Sir Huon of Bordeaux on his epic quest to seek the hand in marriage of the beautiful Reiza, daughter of the Caliph of Baghdad.

Cast includes Sally Silver Reiza (star of NSO’s Mireille in 2011), Adrian Dwyer Sir Huon, Adam Tunnicliffe Oberon, Carolyn Dobbin Fatima, Damian Thantrey Sherasmin. Nicholas Jenkins conducts Max Key’s imaginative new staging.

Performance Times: 3pm
Ticket Prices: £20, £26, £32

Tuesday 25 - Thursday 27 November 2014

Not About Heroes is the extraordinary story of two of the ‘Great War’ poets, Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon, their friendship, their inter-dependency, their poetry. Through the letters and poems of these two men, Stephen MacDonald’s acclaimed play paints a vivid and moving picture of their friendship and the conflict that brought them together. Suitable for ages 13+

Performance Times: Evenings 7.45pm / Wednesday Matinee 2.30pm
Ticket Prices: From £15.50

Tuesday 25 November 2014

Pull on your dancing shoes and come on down to enjoy a Tea Dance at Eastbourne's atmospheric Winter Garden. With live musical accompaniment from Chris Mannion, these tea dances are the perfect place to socialise with friends, meet new people and trip the light fantastic, see you there!

Performance Times: 2pm-5pm
Ticket Prices: £6 (includes tea & biscuit)

Friday 28 November 2014

Ian Cognito, James Sherwood, Paul Thorne + Compere: Maureen Younger

Ian Cognito is a veteran of the comedy circuit. With his outspoken, opinionated and totally clued-up take on the world, he’ll have you convinced... and convulsed (with laughter). Please note: Line up is subject to change. Suitable for age 17+

Performance Times: Doors 8:00pm / Comedy 9:00pm
Ticket Prices: £10

Saturday 29 November 2014

Coppelia is ballet's comic masterpiece with a superb score by Leo Delibes and was first produced in Paris in 1870. This year's cast of dancers are from all over the South Coast and are accompanied by our own professional orchestra conducted by Kenneth Roberts.

Performance Times: 5pm
Ticket Prices: £10.50, £11.50, £13.50, £16.50

Sunday 30 November 2014

Beethoven Violin Concerto / Brahms Symphony No. 1
Aziz Shokhakimov conductor
Dmitri Berlinsky violin

Did Brahms love Clara Schumann, the widow of his mentor? He certainly tried to. After a seemingly irreconcilable argument in September 1868, Brahms wrote to Clara from the Swiss Alps, scribbling a tune he’d heard played by a shepherd boy. ‘High on the mountain, deep in the valley, I greet you’, wrote Brahms, and the shepherd’s tune became the radiant horn-call that soars over strings in the finale of his First Symphony like sunlight breaking through clouds. Clara inhabits the whole work, in a special musical ‘motto’ woven by Brahms and in the anguished love that infuses every bar – a total contrast to the trouble-free radiance and joy of Beethoven’s only violin concerto.

Performance Times: 3pm
Ticket Prices: £13, £20, £23, £25, £29


Published 7th October 2014


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Chichester celebrates Heritage Open Days – Published 7th September 2012

Carl Donnelly appears at De La Warr – Published 7th September 2012

Pedal to the metal racing at Goodwood – Published 7th September 2012

Extended autumn opening at Borde Hill – Published 7th September 2012

Blue:Orange in Sussex – Published 7th September 2012

Eddie Izzard sponsors DLWP commission – Published 4th September 2012

Artwave: at Pelham House – Published 31st August 2012

Sussex Castle meets Prancing Stallions – Published 31st August 2012

Hungry for Horsham: food festival 2012 – Published 30th August 2012

Arundel's all action history weekend – Published 24th August 2012

Scotney Castle opens round the clock – Published 8th August 2012

Explore your local forest at Bedgebury – Published 7th August 2012

Rare Chinese Tree finally blooms – Published 7th August 2012

Arundel Castle: In the mood – Published 7th August 2012

Rare black lemur born in Sussex – Published 7th August 2012

Natasha Kaplinsky opens woodland trail – Published 7th August 2012

Jousting, Seiges and Grusome Battles – Published 3rd August 2012

Hugh Dennis judge South Downs photo comp – Published 26th July 2012

Out of Hours: backstage at Theatre Royal – Published 26th July 2012

Top talent for Rye Jazz Festival 2012 – Published 26th July 2012

Fishers Farm raises Money Money Money – Published 26th July 2012

Just Jousting: Arundel Castle summer fun – Published 26th July 2012

Pelham House Summer Exhibition 2012 – Published 26th July 2012

Kitesurfing comp: the Big Air Open 2012 – Published 12th July 2012

Pirates ahoy at Arundel Castle – Published 9th July 2012

hey Arundel: its dormouse week – Published 9th July 2012

Goodwood: Festival of Speed highlights – Published 9th July 2012

Ancient Sports at the Roman Palace – Published 9th July 2012

Brighton Philharmonic at Royal Pavilion – Published 9th July 2012

Natasha Kaplinsky launches new trail – Published 3rd July 2012

Special Open Day at Eames Farm Sussex – Published 3rd July 2012

4 year wait for Harlequin Duck eggs – Published 3rd July 2012

New Book: The Wey-South Project – Published 3rd July 2012

Gardens Question Time comes to Sussex – Published 3rd July 2012

High Weald Roman Coin exhibition – Published 3rd July 2012

New Cycle route: Under the South Downs – Published 25th June 2012

Dandy Dick comes home to Brighton – Published 22nd June 2012

Dame Vera relaunches Michelham Priory – Published 22nd June 2012

Arundel Castle Medieval Weekend – Published 19th June 2012

Rotary support for Cultural Olympiad – Published 19th June 2012

July plant walks: Arundel Wetland Centre – Published 19th June 2012

Bodiam Castle: revisit the 1940's event – Published 19th June 2012

New B&B open at historic Roundhurst Barn – Published 19th June 2012

Arundel Gallery Trail 2012 – Published 13th June 2012

Squirrel Scramble opens at Fishers Farm – Published 12th June 2012

TV Wycliffe directs at Arundel Festival – Published 12th June 2012

Bodiam Castle: July step back in time – Published 12th June 2012

Goodwood welcome for Red Bull Gridsters – Published 12th June 2012

Photography in the Great Outdoors – Published 12th June 2012

Rare Club Tail Dragonfly seen in Arundel – Published 4th June 2012

New South Downs Way cycling experience – Published 4th June 2012

2012: Young Craftsman of the Year comp – Published 4th June 2012

Royal visitors for Pallant House Gallery – Published 4th June 2012

The Novium: new museum for Chichester – Published 4th June 2012

Bodiam: Fathers can fly birds of prey – Published 4th June 2012

The Twits come to Bedgebury Pinetum – Published 29th May 2012

Arundel WWT: Wetland Craft Fair – Published 29th May 2012

Arundel Castle: Under Seige June 2012 – Published 29th May 2012

Show-jumping's Bob the Builder in Sussex – Published 25th May 2012

The Big Air Open Kitesurfing Classic – Published 24th May 2012

Celebrate Jubilee with the Queen's swans – Published 22nd May 2012

Borde Hill Garden Diamond Jubilee Party – Published 22nd May 2012

Book launch: Sussex Coast through time – Published 21st May 2012

Ancient myths and music at Fishborne – Published 21st May 2012

Crawley Live 2012 – Published 17th May 2012

Motorcyle Stunt Riders raise the tempo – Published 17th May 2012

Brighton Theatre Royal: Bette and Joan – Published 14th May 2012

Arundel Castle turns Pirate Paradise – Published 14th May 2012

Half Term Quack Factor at Arundel WWT – Published 14th May 2012

Festival of Speed: confirms top drivers – Published 14th May 2012

Food for Sport – Published 14th May 2012

Round of Applause for Sussex outdoor art – Published 14th May 2012

Festival of Speed:Alain Prost exhibition – Published 5th May 2012

Bluebell time at High Beeches Garden – Published 3rd May 2012

Ardingly line-up for Spring Show 2012 – Published 3rd May 2012

Bedgebury launces new propogation unit – Published 3rd May 2012

Chichester boats & the Diamond Jubilee – Published 3rd May 2012

Palace at night: heydey to desctruction – Published 1st May 2012

Wilderness Wood: bluebells at their best – Published 29th April 2012

Arundel welcomes Isle of Skye paintings – Published 27th April 2012

Jesse James returns to Sussex – Published 27th April 2012

The feast of St Pancras at Lewes Priory – Published 26th April 2012

Medieval Days in the Keep – Published 26th April 2012

Opera at Fishbourne Roman Palace – Published 23rd April 2012

New local produce cafe for Michelham – Published 23rd April 2012

Arundel's downy ducklings – Published 23rd April 2012

Lagoon Wake Park opens in Hove – Published 18th April 2012

Petworth Park Sussex Food Show – Published 18th April 2012

Shaping history: shaping human rights – Published 17th April 2012

Arundel WWT Sand Martin soundtrack – Published 17th April 2012

Eager Beaver Maple welcomes new mate – Published 17th April 2012

Bedgebury Florilegium first exhibition – Published 13th April 2012

The Queen's Speech – Published 13th April 2012

Hello, this is Caesar – Published 11th April 2012

Sussex welcomes rare nene goslings – Published 11th April 2012

High Beeches launches Hawk Walks – Published 10th April 2012

Arundel Early Birds and Boats events – Published 10th April 2012

April Highlights 2012 - Pallant House – Published 10th April 2012

Diary Date 2012: South of England Show – Published 10th April 2012

The Hole in Mount Hakone – Published 10th April 2012

Borde Hill's Mystery in Stone exhibition – Published 6th April 2012

Roman Palace inspires artists exhibition – Published 6th April 2012

Chichester Harbour photo competition – Published 6th April 2012

Top Riders attend Horse Trials in Sussex – Published 6th April 2012

Arundel's summer Bat walks 2012 – Published 6th April 2012

F1 champions at Festival of Speed 2012 – Published 6th April 2012

Loxwood Canal Centre Opens – Published 6th April 2012

New Sussex mountain bike breaks launched – Published 4th April 2012

Arundel Castle opens drawbridge for 2012 – Published 4th April 2012

South Downs Way celebrates 40 years – Published 4th April 2012

Arundel festival 2012 line up announced – Published 4th April 2012

Community woodland opens at Chidham – Published 4th April 2012

Borde Hills blooming magnolias – Published 31st March 2012

Wilderness Wood Easter Activities 2012 – Published 25th March 2012

Sussex welcome for 9 to 5 The Musical – Published 25th March 2012

2012 Poddle for Wey & Arun Canal funds – Published 23rd March 2012

Paralympic Memories film showing in Hove – Published 23rd March 2012

Family Easter Activities at De La Warr – Published 22nd March 2012

New for 2012 Ardingly Spring Show – Published 21st March 2012

Chichester calls on the Elm Team – Published 21st March 2012

Will Nene eggs hatch for Easter? – Published 21st March 2012

Elderflower Festival 2012 – Published 19th March 2012

Sussex Roman coin hoard acquired – Published 17th March 2012

Preston Manor reopens for 2012 season – Published 17th March 2012

April 2012: Family Friendly Brighton – Published 17th March 2012

Brighton Museum Events: April 2012 – Published 17th March 2012

Heavy Horses at Wilderness Wood – Published 14th March 2012

Lar-verly Lady celebrates Mother's Day – Published 14th March 2012

Westbourne Open Gardens Event 2012 – Published 14th March 2012

WWT Arundel: prepare for drier summer – Published 12th March 2012

MedFest 2012 at West Dean Gardens – Published 12th March 2012

Anthony Andrews starring in Chichester – Published 12th March 2012

England team victorious at Hickstead – Published 12th March 2012

Cathedral Library grant for rare photos – Published 8th March 2012

Arundel Lido opens April 2012 – Published 7th March 2012

Artwave Open House Event 2012 launch – Published 5th March 2012

Leap Year Love for Yellow Mongoose – Published 29th February 2012

£3 million to save Sussex chalk downland – Published 28th February 2012

Spring Garden and Leisure Show 2012 – Published 24th February 2012

Spring launch for Lagoon Fitness in Hove – Published 24th February 2012

Arundel renews Fairtrade Town Status – Published 24th February 2012

Stellar line up for Hickstead test polo – Published 24th February 2012

Towner's bid for Bob & Roberta Smith – Published 21st February 2012

Woody Racoon enjoys flippin' good treat – Published 21st February 2012

Nick Bodimeade exhibition – Published 21st February 2012

Handbags for Hospices - Bag a Bargain – Published 21st February 2012

Gardening for Wildlife Festival – Published 21st February 2012

Silver Arrows head for Goodwood Revival – Published 21st February 2012

Keeping warm is 'simples' at Drusillas – Published 15th February 2012

Take a South Pole trip in Arundel – Published 13th February 2012

New canal centre to open at Loxwood – Published 8th February 2012

Love takes flight at Drusillas – Published 7th February 2012

Half Term February Fun – Published 1st February 2012

Magpie mansions save sensitive soles – Published 30th January 2012

Thorney Island footpath improvement work – Published 27th January 2012

Jools returns to Borde Hill Garden – Published 27th January 2012

Win romantic nature date this Februrary – Published 24th January 2012

May by Probe at the Minerva Theatre – Published 24th January 2012

1500 Sussex Artworks viewable online – Published 20th January 2012

Spamalot triumphs at Brighton Box Office – Published 20th January 2012

Royal Pavilion closes for maintenance – Published 19th January 2012

Nature unbalanced warning from Arundel – Published 17th January 2012

Loxwood High Street Canal Bridge – Published 17th January 2012

Reward a wetlands hero – Published 16th January 2012

Brighton Pavilion free smartphone app – Published 13th January 2012

Zimmer Stewart Gallery Valentine Ceramic – Published 13th January 2012

BBC Stargazing Live @dlwp 20 January 201 – Published 13th January 2012

The Guardian Country Diary - Newbridge – Published 13th July 2011

Serena's Eastbourne Trail – Published 20th June 2011

England makes the best sparkling wine – Published 16th May 2011

A visit to Winnie the Pooh Country – Published 5th May 2011

In Pooh's footsteps – Published 5th May 2011

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