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Beer walk returns to Adur Valley

The second Adur Valley Beer Walk is planned for the bank holiday weekend, following a successful launch last year.

Eating Out
Nick Heyward. Picture by Steve Ullathorne

Nick Heyward brings his first record in 18 years to Brighton

Nick Heyward of Haircut 100 fame says he’d like to say that he was pleasantly surprised by the positive reaction to Woodland Echoes, his first record in 18 years.

Music
There are some great releases lined up for spring

Console Corner: Video gaming set to spring into action

After a relatively quiet couple of months, gaming is set spring into action with a host of exciting titles on the horizon.

Whats on
CRAZY FOR YOU. Tom Chambers 'Bobby' and Company. Richard Davenport.

Tom's Crazy For Your in Brighton

While you sip your red wine in the interval, spare a thought for the star of the show.  Tom Chambers will be spending the interval in his ice bath.

Music

Try your hand at drawing at Brighton Festival

There's only two weeks left to catch an interactive sculpture exhibition at Fabrica Gallery, Brighton.
News
Waiting For Gandalf at Brighton Fringe

Changing lives, changing policy, and creating innovative theatre

Sussex charity Mankind is presenting Waiting For Gandalf at this year's Fringe, a play addressing and challenging traditional stereotypes around masculinity.
Whats on
Ivo Graham is at The Hawth, Crawley, on Friday, May 18. Picture by Matt Stronge

ENTERTAINMENT LISTINGS: Friday to Thursday, May 18-24

Concerts, stage shows, exhibitions and stand-up comedy gigs across Sussex

Theatre and Comedy
The Michael Jackson History Show. Flash Gordon Photography

Ten things to see in Sussex, Friday to Thursday, May 18-24

Wondering what do over the next seven days? Here are ten of the best events.

Theatre and Comedy
Kamila Shamsie. Picture by Zain Mustafa

Charleston Festival features a fantastic line-up of speakers

Charleston Festival opens today (Friday, May 18) with a line-up of speakers, which includes novelists Ali Smith and Alan Hollinghurst; Turner prizewinner Lubaina Himid and former MP turned director of the V&A Tristram Hunt.

Arts
Beef rib in coconut sauce

Food that’s well worth a few squid

The UK’s love of Thai food shows no sign of abating and appears to be unshaken by the recent downturn in casual dining across the country.

Eating Out
Royal Pavilion

Harrys and Meghans treated to free entry to Royal Pavilion

Brighton's Royal Pavilion will offer free entry to visitors called Harry or Meghan on Saturday (May 19) on the day of the Royal Wedding.

Offbeat
Alex

The Beatles celebrated at Festival of Chichester

After three years of success at the Festival of Chichester with his ten-piece George Harrison tribute The All Things Must Pass Orchestra, guitarist/singer Alex Eberhard rings the changes for this year’s festival.

Music

Beelzeburger taps into East Street

At first glance you might think the menu offers American diner food, but check again.

Eating Out
Sami

Sami Stone ponders language and the natural world for the Brighton Fringe

Slipskin by comedian Sami Stone explores language and the natural world for the Brighton Fringe.

Theatre and Comedy
Silo in Brighton is set for a champagne-pairing masterclass and sustainable tasting menu on Wednesday (May 16)

An exclusive evening of Champagne and sustainable food

There are still tickets on sale for an exclusive evening of Champagne and superb sustainable food at Silo Brighton.

Eating Out
Peter James

New Roy Grace from Brighton's Peter James!

Multi-million selling Brighton-based crime writer Peter James sets himself a particular and intense challenge in his latest Roy Grace novel, Dead If You Don’t (May 17).

Arts
South Park hits the Switch

Console Corner: South Park The Fractured But Whole Nintendo Switch review

No great technical leaps but a worthy addition to Switch.

Tech
Sarah Hickingbottom stars in The Woman Who Conceived The Pill

Debut play tells the riveting true story of Margaret Sanger at Brighton Fringe

Brass Tacks Theatre brings The Woman Who Conceived The Pill to Brighton Fringe with performances on May 18, 19 and June 1, 2, 3 at Exeter Street Hall, Exeter Street.

Theatre and Comedy
The arches at Brighton's seafront have fallen into disrepair (Photograph: Eddie Mitchell)

Nominate endangered buildings in Sussex

The Victorian Society is asking Sussex residents to nominate threatened Victorian buildings for the 2018 Top 10 Endangered Buildings List.

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