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Chichester artist opens her doors for a "major clear-out"

Artist Trudy Redfern is holding an open-studio clearance sale at 10 Oak Tree Farm, Hambrook, Chichester, PO18 8QA on Saturday, December 3 from 10am-4pm.

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Honeyman and Peachey

Major fundraising exhibition for award-winning community programme in Chichester

Pallant House Gallery’s annual community programme fundraising exhibition is now up and running in Chichester until February 26.

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Robertson Juliet - Going My Way - Fine Art Award for the Best Artist

Great showing - despite Brexit blip

National Open Art, one of the UK’s leading art competitions, celebrates its 20th birthday with a two-week exhibition in Chichester where the competition began.

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James Villiers (Photograph: Masterchef) SUS-161128-145301001

Sussex chef fights for his future on TV cooking show

A Brighton chef has cooked his way through the quarterfinals of Masterchef and into the knockout round of the BBC show.

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Christmas at Kew

Christmas sparkle in wonderful festive lights display at Kew Gardens

When you’ve had enough of the hassles of Christmas shopping, dash to Kew to put a spring back in your Christmas step.

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Allied

Film review: Allied (3 out of 5)

The second world war has been a never-ending source of stories for movies down the years.

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C L Dallat

Prize-winning Irish poet for Chichester's Open Mic

BBC arts correspondent, musician, book critic and prize-winning poet C.L. Dallat is the guest at Open Mic Poetry being held at the New Park Centre, Chichester on November 30.

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Connection by Galia Amsel at Chi Cathedral

Striking glass and light sculpture in Chichester Cathedral

Connection, a striking glass and light sculpture by Galia Amsel, will be on display at Chichester Cathedral until February 16 (free entry).

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Lucienne Day

Lucienne Day centenary to be marked in Chichester

A Chichester event will celebrate what would have been the 100th birthday of the influential designer Lucienne Day.

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Film review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (5 out of 5)

It’s always interesting to be at the birth of a franchise.

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Belinda Wilkins shows Michael Spike Milligan the items that sparked her Cruse Lines Poetry Writing Competition

New West Sussex poetry competition will support bereavement charity

A new West Sussex poetry competition will help raise awareness of the Bereavement Care charity CRUSE.

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Andy Waite Starstruck  100cm x 120cm  Oil on Canvas

Winter exhibition in Arundel

Andy Waite stages his winter exhibition at home in Arundel.

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Emily Blunt in The Girl On The Train SUS-161113-155018001

Film review: The Girl On The Train (4 out of 5)

There’s always the inherent danger of transforming a popular novel on to the big screen. It will be under intense scrutiny and compared to the source material.

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Didy Veldman Umanoove presents 'The Happiness Project' Dancers Dane Hurst, Estela Merlos, Mattieu Geffre, Hannah Kidd

Happiness on stage...

Former Rambert dancer and choreographer Didy Veldman brings The Happiness Project to The Showroom at Chichester University on November 17 (tickets on www.theshowroomchichester.co.uk).

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Heather's icy polar bear

Polar bear made out of ice takes up residence in Chichester!

Exploring the Arctic with Artist Heather Gray-Newton offers an exhibition at Chichester’s Oxmarket Centre of Arts (until November 20).

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A Street Cat Named Bob

REVIEW: A Street Cat Named Bob, (12a), (103 mins), Chichester Cineworld

Purrfect. Absolutely purrfect – the kind of film you never want to end, the kind of film that makes you want to hide at the back of the cinema and straightaway watch it all over again.

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The Code

DVD review: The Code Series Two (4 out of 5)

When Australian National Security has a high tech case that cannot be cracked, it might be a chance for Jesse Banks to save himself and brother Ned from extradition.

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Work by Sue

Sue's seaside inspirations

Seafront runs continue to inspire Sue Harding who is exhibiting at the new art gallery at Colonnade House in Warwick Street, Worthing.

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Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender in The Light Between Oceans SUS-160511-093616001

Film review: The Light Between Oceans (3 out of 5)

There are many reasons for going to see a movie - you enjoy the franchise, you liked the book it was based on, the trailer seemed good etc.

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Pinocchio

Pinocchio in dance form

Jasmin Vardimon Company bring the premiere of Pinocchio, a brand-new adaptation of Carlo Collodi’s classic fairy tale, to Worthing (Pavilion Theatre, November 15, 7.30pm).

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