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REVIEW: Breakfast at Tiffany’s (Theatre Royal, Brighton, until Saturday, October 29)

When the cat in a play upstages the actors by doing next to nothing, you can safely claim that your visit to the theatre has been a big disappointment - unless you are a confirmed ailurophile with little thespian interest.

Theatre and Comedy
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Film review: Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (4 out of 5)

These days you can pretty much guarantee what you’ll get when you see the name Tom Cruise in the cast list of a movie.

Its official, Red Red Redemption is getting a much-craved sequel

Console Corner: Read Dead still very much alive

It’s official, six years after the release of the critically acclaimed Red Dead Redemption Rockstar have confirmed a sequel is on the way.

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The RPMs

The RPMs play Worthing’s Bar 42

Brighton-based band The RPMs play Worthing’s Bar 42 as part of the town’s Oxjam Festival on October 29.

coming to Chichester

Dementia-friendly theatre in Chichester

Arts company Spare Tyre bring their dementia-friendly performance, The Garden, to Chichester Festival Theatre this autumn.

Theatre and Comedy
FMG Bursary Winners concert: Erin Alexander

The Funtington Music Group gala concert

The Funtington Music Group was delighted to host the 2016 Robert Headley Memorial Concert at the University of Chichester.


Brand-new version of Giselle from English National Ballet

In terms of excitement, Isabelle Brouwers puts it in the as-good-as-it-gets category – to work and perform in English National Ballet’s creation of a brand-new version of Giselle, the greatest romantic ballet (Mayflower Theatre, Southampton, October 26-29).


Up Close and Personal with Charlie Dore

Emsworth/Westbourne’s WemsFest moves to The Spring in Havant for the chance to get Up Close and Personal with Charlie Dore on October 29 at 7.45pm.

Robertsbridge Bonfire Society. Torchlight procession, bonfire and fireworks 2015

Remember, remember ...your local firework displays

Bonfire night may be on November 5 but firework events are taking place all over the county from now until then.

on tour

Exploring David Bowie's London

Just a few months since David Bowie’s passing, Adrian Berry’s new play From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads is a homage to and celebration of one of the greatest musical figures of all time.

The band

The great Abbey Road experience

Gogo Penguin are on tour on the back of a new EP recorded live at Abbey Road studios.

The Undertones

The Undertones in Southampton tonight

It wasn’t the most auspicious of starts, a gig in front of a bunch of ten-year-old cub scouts brought together by their scout leader.


LISTINGS: 20 October - 27 October

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Whats on
Winston Clifford

Winston Clifford in Chichester

Chichester Jazz Club welcomes the Winston Clifford Quartet on Friday, October 21.

Pablo Bronstein

Pablo's Chichester installation

An ambitious installation by the Argentinian-born artist Pablo Bronstein provides the latest contemporary intervention in Pallant House Gallery’s 18th century townhouse in Chichester.

The Football Ramble - Published by Century, the book is released in hardback on October 20, �14.99.

The Football Ramble. By four men who love the game they hate - book review

They are the independent voice of football punditry. Downloaded more than 12 million times a year, The Football Ramble have been entertaining football fans with their podcast for nearly 10 years.


Cellist Leonard Elschenbroich in Chichester

Cellist Leonard Elschenbroich and pianist Alexei Grynyuk are the latest guests in the Chichester Chamber Concerts series.


10cc play Chichester Festival Theatre

10cc continue their celebration of the 40th anniversary of their seminal album Sheet Music with a date at Chichester Festival Theatre on November 3.


Downton Abbey footman thrown into the political mix

Chichester Festival Theatre opened this year’s summer season with Hugh Bonneville – Downton Abbey’s Earl of Grantham – in his first major stage role following the conclusion of the phenomenally-successful TV series.

Theatre and Comedy
The Shawshank Redemption

REVIEW: The Shawshank Redemption, Mayflower Theatre, Southampton, until October 22.

It’s pretty well everyone’s favourite film – and that’s the measure of the risk the producers are taking in transferring it to the stage.

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