Music Events

The Family Stone

Southern Pavilion, Worthing Pier, Marine Parade, Worthing

Monday August 6, 8pm

Tickets £32.40

Led by three of the original founding members, saxophonist Jerry Martini, trumpeter Cynthia Robinson and legendary drummer Greg Errico, The Family Stone laid down the groove on some of the greatest funk tunes of all time from Dance To The Music to Family Affair and Sing A Simple Song as, together with Sly Stone, they created the first first inter-racial multi-gender major American band.

Phone 01903 366017 or visit seetickets.com.



Sing God A Simple Song

Chapel of Ascension, Chichester University, College Lane, Chichester

Sunday October 28, time to be announced

Tickets: prices and booking information to be announced

Performed as part of the Bernstein In Chichester Festival marking the centenary of the birth of the West Side Story composer Leonard Bernstein, this is an original musical entertainment devised by composer and pianist Carl Davis (pictured) and directed by visual artist Pamela Howard. Taking its title from a line in Bernstein’s Mass, it features six singers from the university and depicts seven aspects of his often conflicted musical life – with some surprises. It explores his relationships with America, New York, Broadway, the movies, politics, love and God. And as a salute to the role model of his youth, Davis evokes the composer at home – ashtrays overflowing, handwritten manuscripts everywhere – as the singers realise his imagination. The informal seating at this event references the supper clubs Bernstein frequented. Picture: Jasper Fry.

Read our feature on the Bernstein In Chichester Festival.

Email info@bernsteininchichester.com or visit bernsteininchichester.uk.



Culture Club

Brighton Centre, Kings Road, Brighton

Tuesday November 13, 7pm

Tickets from £52.95

Iconic 80s band Culture Club, the first multiracial band with an openly gay frontman, are back together again for The Life Tour: starring Boy George & Culture Club. After hits including Do You Really Want To Hurt Me, Karma Chameleon and Church of the Poisoned Mind, Boy George, Roy Hay, Mikey Craig and Jon Moss have been working on their first new music for 20 years – and they’ll be performing classic hits and their new songs. After 11 dates across the UK, including this Brighton concert, they will head off on a global tour this summer and release a new album later this year. The band is supported by 80s pop stars Belinda Carlisle and Tom Bailey from the Thompson Twins.

Phone 0844 847 1515 or visit brightoncentre.co.uk.



Tears for Fears

Brighton Centre, Kings Road, Brighton

Monday February 4 2019, 6.30pm

Tickets from £39.05

Iconic 80s band Tears for Fears are on their Rule The World Tour and, after rescheduling this date from last year, perform tonight with special guest Alison Moyet. With Tears for Fears, Curt Smith and Roland Orzabal created one of the most influential bands to have come out of the UK, producing a catalogue of classic albums including their gold-certified debut The Hurting in 1983, the quintuple-platinum BRIT Award-winning Songs from the Big Chair in 1985 and 1989’s Seeds of Love. Among their huge hits are Everybody Wants To Rule The World, Shout, Mad World, Head Over Heels and Woman In Chains. Brighton-based Alison Moyet has enjoyed a 35-year recording career, is a three-times BRIT Award-winner and is a Grammy nominee. Last year, the singer released her critically acclaimed album Other and embarked on her biggest world tour for 30 years

Phone 0844 847 1515 or visit brightoncentre.co.uk.



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