Four one-act plays in one night
Steyning fair returns with aim to beat best
Splashpoint project ‘unprecedented’
PICTURES: Worthing Raiders secure promotion
Iconic hall to open again for Adur Art Trail
Changes at West Sussex County Council
SPRING fun arrived in Steyning, despite the less than springlike weather, with a get-together at Croft Meadow care home.
A NEW fund-raising event is being introduced this year to raise money for the Sussex MS Treatment Centre in Southwick.
FLOODING from a flat above affected a property in Beach Green, Shoreham, yesterday morning.
GIRLS from Upper Beeding Primary School used a mix of enthusiasm and experience to win an inter-schools football tournament.
STUDENTS at Shoreham Academy are celebrating after securing a place in the final of a prestigious competition which encourages youngsters to find innovative ways to help people save water, energy and money.
“Take your sea-sick pill,” said my wife. An hour later: ‘Brought you a pint of beer,” said my brother.
IT is all change at Shoreham Football Club as Stuart Slaney has been named the new club chairman and Bryan O’Toole the new manager.
SOUTHWICK Cricket Club captain Russell Martin admitted his side are finding things a struggle after their second successive heavy defeat to start the season on Saturday.
A NUMBER of current and future Australian Test players will play a two-day game at Arundel Castle next month.
WORTHING Raiders Rugby Club clinched promotion to National 1 for the first time in their history – and in the most dramatic fashion.
STEYNING Bowling Club is celebrating 80 years of bowling, and on Thursday evenings throughout May, is offering taster sessions to encourage more people to go along.
A CONVERTED Rob Smith try five minutes into injury-time saw Worthing Raiders Rugby Club promoted into National 1 on Saturday (May 11) after a 28-26 win at Stourbridge.
ONLOOKERS gathered as the air ambulance landed in Worthing town centre today (Wednesday, May 15).2 comments
Best known for his work with Eric Clapton in Cream and Blind Faith, London-born drummer Ginger Baker famously brought African rhythms back from Nigeria to the West in the 1970s, many years before other musicians.
Blockbuster sequels are not judged on directorial verve, ingenious plots or award-winning performances, although they certainly help.
Beowulf by Banana Bag and Bodice, Spiegeltent, Brighton Festival
SO . . . people don’t go to the theatre any more, eh? Well, they do if it’s the right show.
A young man discovers his deadly calling in this darkly comic road trip directed by Craig Viveiros.
At every great party, there is that inescapable moment when the music stops, the lights go up and all of the imperfections, which have been concealed so deliciously under a cloak of darkness, are suddenly thrown into sharp relief.
IS this a sale, a sort out, or something else entirely?
ADUR Theatre Company based at Shoreham will be presenting four one act plays as part of the Adur Festival this year (May 30 and 31 and June 1).
KEEPING to the theatres theme from page 76, here is a picture from our files which was obviously taken at the Pavilion Theatre in Worthing.
THEATRE in Worthing has faced years of ups and downs, but at the Ritz, part of the Connaught complex in Union Place, things are definitely looking up.
FOLLOWING our Nostalgia features on the cheque presentations by Lavinia, Duchess of Norfolk (see above left), Mrs Margaret Matthews sent in a copy of an article showing where some of the money was spent.
SWEET smells used to fill Dolphin Road in Shoreham, when Cook’s jam factory was in business.
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