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  • What’s On in Sussex this week

    Famous films on stage, the National Theatre on screen, a comedy legend revisited, holiday inspiration, wine tastings and more in this week's What's on in Sussex

  • What’s On in Sussex this week

    A heartwarming new play, RSC live at the cinema, a family rave with a DJ from The Orb, a fishy festival and a Dirty Dancing musical coming up, all in the latest What's On in Sussex for the weekend onwards

  • What’s On in Sussex 30 Nov – 8 Dec

    What's On in Sussex 30 Nov - 8 Dec

  • The ‘Great Storm’ remembered

    If you were old enough back in 1987 then the storm/hurricane that visited that October 15 can’t fail to have left a mental impression on you, as well as a physical impression on the landscape. I was on a school theatre trip that turned into something of a white knuckle ride as our increasingly frantic […]

    • Edinburgh Fringe planning tips

      Get the best from the fest with my handy guide to how to plan your gig-going

    • Record Store Day in Sussex

      Girl put your records on… but before that, if you love music you’ll be wanting to hot foot it down to your nearest indie shop for Record Store Day this Sat 22 April. It’s the 10th anniversary of the event, which sees special limited releases, giveaways and in-store gigs. Here are some of the Sussex […]

      • Muddy reviews: The Glass Menagerie, London

        If you’ve ever had a relative nag you about settling down, or a friend who is an unsubtle matchmaker, you’ll get an extra layer of cringe from Tenneesse Williams’ The Glass Menagerie. There’s a great production of the play on at The Duke of York’s Theatre in  London until April 29, directed by Olivier and Tony Award-winning John Tiffany and I […]

      • Muddy Reviews: Ghost – The Musical

        The musical version of Ghost – the classic story of love overcoming the ultimate barrier – is on at The Hawth in Crawley this Valentine’s week and my husband couldn’t wait to take me along. Yeah right. The first hint of an actor breaking into song and he’d be running for the fire exit so I went with my sister-in-law instead. […]

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