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Film review: Edie (3 out of 5)

We all have actors who become part of our life - we grow up watching them on TV, in films and even on the stage.

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Coming to Brighton

Lost in Vagueness... in Brighton!

Lost in Vagueness, the untold story of Glastonbury Festival’s anarchic sideshow attraction, Lost Vagueness, and its ingenious creator Roy Gurvitz, will have a one-off screening and party night at The Old Market, Brighton on Saturday June, 16 at 8pm.

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Film Review: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (4 out of 5)

We all knew that Blue and the rest of his dinosaur mates would return after the 2015 Jurassic World success.

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On Chesil Beach

Film review: On Chesil Beach (4 out of 5)

Famed author Ian McEwan has certainly managed to create a close relationship with the world of TV and film.

TV and Film
Solo: A Star Wars Story

Film review: Solo: A Star Wars Story (4 out of 5)

This latest big budget spin-off from the Star Wars saga is probably best known for all the problems it’s had to overcome along the way.

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Sheila Mathews at her 90th birthday party at Amberley Castle last year

Veterans of stage and screen reprise their show

Actresses Sheila Mathews and Antonia Pemberton first met at Victoria Railway Station, when they were both appearing in West End productions.

Theatre and Comedy
Salvage Hunters

Salvage Hunters coming to Sussex

Salvage Hunters, the award-winning Quest TV and Discovery Channel show, is heading to Sussex to record a special edition of the programme.

Offbeat
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Film review: Avengers: Infinity War (4 out of 5)

The previous 18 Marvel movies have been leading up to this long and all-encompassing storyline but has it been worth the wait?

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The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society

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

It’s no surprise that a conflict that impinged on just about everyone in the world, saw millions die, and dramatically changed the life of many more is still the source of ideas for films today.

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Sussex screenings for 50th anniversary of The Beatles Yellow Submarine

Sussex screenings for 50th anniversary of The Beatles Yellow Submarine

The Beatles’ legendary animated hit film Yellow Submarine is returning to cinemas across the UK on July 8 and tickets are now on sale for the Sussex screenings.

TV and Film
Millicent Simmonds in Wonderstruck

Film review: Wonderstruck (4 out of 5 stars)

There have been few (if any) films in recent years looking seriously at deaf people and the difficulties they can face.

TV and Film

Sussex man wins MasterChef 2018

Sussex bank manager and father of two, Kenny Tutt, 36, has been crowned MasterChef 2018 Champion, it was announced tonight, becoming the 14th amateur cook to claim the title.

News

Sussex’s MasterChef contestant: ‘My heart just dropped’

I don’t think I was the only one who shouted at the TV ‘you’ve forgotten your cauliflower’ as I watched MasterChef last night. And surely I was not the only one who cried ‘nooooo’ when his pudding collapsed or the one who punched the air with glee when he made it through to the final three.

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Sussex’s MasterChef finalist: ‘I did lose about a stone out in Peru’

From 25,000 entries to the final four – Sussex bank manager Kenny Tutt is in touching distance to the MasterChef final.

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Sussex’s MasterChef finalist: “It does not feel real until you see it on TV”

Sussex dad-of-two Kenny Tutt can now say he is a MasterChef finalist and tonight we will know if he makes it into the last four.

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Sussex’s BBC MasterChef contestant one step closer to the final

Can Kenny Tutt get to the final? The Sussex bank manager is certainly looking like a strong contender if his performance on last night’s show is anything to go by.

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Sussex’s BBC MasterChef semi-finalist on his success so far

When Kenny Tutt first applied to go on MasterChef little did he imagine he would do so well.

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Finding Your Feet

Film review: Finding Your Feet (4 out of 5)

The British certainly do ‘gentle comedy’ very well, creating movies that have the right ingredients of humour and pathos.

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Journey's End

Film review: Journey’s End (4 out of 5)

The remarkable fact about RC Sherriff’s First World War play Journey’s End is that is was written in 1928, so when it appeared quite a few of the male audience will have fought in the Great War.

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A Midsummers Night's Dream, A Caribbean Dream

DVD review: A Midsummers Night’s Dream, A Caribbean Dream

Countless versions of A Midsummers Night’s Dream have entertained people across the world since the Bard put pen to paper in around 1595.

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