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People welcome to unveiling of plaque for singer Alma

Entertainer Lionel Blair will unveil a plaque dedicated to his friend and singer Alma Cogan who lived in Worthing in the 1940s.

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Story Factory fun

Story fun at Chichester's very own Story Factory!

Story Factory Chichester returns with a brand-new workshop – and it’s beastly!

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Dawn

Chichester cabaret night with Dawn

Producer, performer and host Dawn Gracie is in action with her Chichester Cabaret Club once again, on September 30 at 7pm.

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George Jones

New season for Angmering Chorale

Angmering Chorale is promising plenty of delights ahead as it launches into its new concert season.

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Matthew Cooke

New CD will raise funds for Petworth church

St Mary’s, Petworth Organ Appeal launches its own fundraising CD on Saturday, September 23 at 7.30pm.

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Roy Stratford

New season under way for The Funtington Music Group

The Funtington Music Group’s Autumn Season opened with a welcome return of Roy Stratford on 13 September at the University of Chichester.

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Richard Digance

Richard Digance joins the Southdowns Folk Festival

Marking 50 years of performing this year, Richard Digance is on the road with a tour which brings him to the Southdowns Folk Festival at the Regis Centre, Bognor on September 24.

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Justin

Forever Autumn Justin on tour

Justin Hayward plays Worthing’s Assembly Hall on Saturday, September 23 as he tours the UK in support of his latest album release All The Way. Justin will be performing new songs from the album as well as Moody Blues favourites.

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Richard

Chichester Cathedral concert for Richard Durrant

Shoreham-based guitar virtuoso Richard Durrant laments the fact that it’s difficult to say you love your country and its countryside these days.

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Ruby Tiger

Soul, blues and rock ‘n’ roll all-dayer for the Alzheimer’s Society

Bognor Regis’ Kez Bridger and Olivia Stevens are staging Keep Me In Mind, a soul, blues and rock ‘n’ roll all-dayer for the Alzheimer’s Society.

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Sarah

Sarah McQuaid at Southdowns Folk Festival

Singer-songwriter Sarah McQuaid is a double participant in this year’s Southdowns Folk Festival with two visits to the Regis Centre.

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Ben

Ben Richards offers favourite songs in hometown gig

After four years of touring and filming, West End and TV star Ben Richards is back in his home town for a one-night only performance.

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Margaret Fingerhut

Big anniversary for Bognor Regis Music Club

Bognor Regis Music Club celebrates its 40th anniversary this season, starting with the club’s AGM on Saturday, September 16 at 7pm, followed by a concert which is free of charge to attend.

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Chicago Blues Brothers

Chicago Blues Brothers hit the stage in Worthing

Back with a brand-new production for 2017 with an all-new stage set, the Chicago Blues Brothers are taking you back to 1980, promising “a powerhouse two-hour song-fest with more than 40 hits performed live on stage in the concert that never finished.”

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Gwyneth Herbert

New album from Gwyneth Herbert

Singer-songwriter Gwyneth Herbert will be offering a glimpse into her new album when she headlines Blakefest 2017 on Sunday, September 17 at Newtown Sports & Social Club, 16A Greencourt Drive, North Bersted (tickets on blakefest.co.uk).

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Heading to Bognor

Skerryvore at the Southdowns Folk Festival

Scottish Celtic rock group Skerryvore are working on a new album as they head south to Bognor’s Southdowns Folk Festival for a date at the Regis Centre on Saturday, September 23.

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Ned Bigham credit Clive Barda

Downs and Scotland are Ned’s inspirations

Ned Bigham, otherwise known as Lord Mersey, draws on his love of Scotland for his new CD of classical works.

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Grace

Debut album looms for Grace

Chichester-born singer-songwriter Grace Monroe heads towards her debut album this autumn off the back of two successful singles.

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Peace Train - The Cat Stevens Story star Darren Coggan. Photo by Daniel Brouse

Recreating the music of Cat Stevens

Award-winning Australian musician Darren Coggan brings Peace Train – The Cat Stevens Story to the UK for the first time, with a tour which takes in Brighton Theatre Royal on Sunday, September 17.

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The choir

Weddings from around the world!

The Edwin James Festival Choir and Orchestra will have rather more than just Pomp and Circumstance on their minds when they gather to bring their annual Prom Concert to St Mary’s Church, Felpham on Friday, September 8 at 7.30pm

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