Date/Time Event
03/02/2018 - 01/12/2018
10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Life Drawing

45 South Street, Tarring, Worthing

Saturdays February 3, April 7, June9, October 6 and December 1 (one-day course), 10am-3.30pm

£25

Tutor Tricia Johnson, of Art With Trica, gives one-to-one support as she teaches a one-day course suitable for beginners through to advanced students. There will be advice on drawing and measuring techniques, as well as exploring different art forms.

Phone 07794 655368 or visit triciajohnson.wixsite.com.

24/02/2018 - 06/01/2019
All Day
1935

De La Warr Pavilion, Marina, Bexhill-on-Sea

Saturday February 24-Sunday January 6

Free

1935 brings together a series of events that took place in and around the vicinity of the De La Warr Pavilion, the year the building opened to the public. The De La Warr Pavilion is an architectural manifestation of a progressive social movement invested in providing the best art and culture for all. It was commissioned by the 9th Earl De La Warr, then Mayor of Bexhill, and designed by Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff. This exhibition takes that year as a starting point, using local events to indicate the varied social and political landscape of the time. Picture: Arthur Spray, the mysterious cobbler of Bexhill, curing Alice of her headache, 1935. Photographer unknown. 

Phone 01424 229111 or visit dlwp.com.

01/04/2018 - 31/12/2018
All Day
Chichester Festival 2018

 

Chichester Festival Theatre Oaklands Park, Chichester.

April-December

Tickets from £10/prologue: £5 tickets for 16-25s

STARS of stage and screen including Caroline Quentin (above left), Penelope Keith (above right), Patricia Hodge (below left), Matt Lucas (below right), Tracy-Ann Oberman and Rufus Hound headline Chichester Festival Theatre’s Festival 2018. Men Behaving Badly star Caroline Quentin and Little Britain star Matt Lucas make their Chichester debuts in the musical Me And My Girl while Penelope Keith makes a return to Chichester to star in The Chalk Garden by Enid Bagnold. Copenhagen by Michael Frayn stars Patricia Hodge, who appeared on TV in Miranda, and Downton Abbey actor Charles Edwards, who played Lady Edith’s love Michael Gregson, as well as Spooks actor Paul Jesson, who is making his Chichester debut. The programme also includes Cock, a very adult play by Dr Foster writer Mike Bartlett, described as “a provocative peep into relationships in these days of oscillating identities”. Singer, actor and comedian Gary Wilmot appears alongside The Bill star Clare Burt and award-winning actress Joanna Riding in Flowers for Mrs Harris from the novel by Paul Gallico, and actor and director Samuel West directs The Watsons, a new play by Laura Wade adapted from the unfinished novel by Jane Austen. Rufus Hound stars in Noel Coward’s comedy Present Laughter, and there’s also a double bill of plays by debbie tucker green, one of theatre’s most original and internationally acclaimed voices. For children, there’s an adaptation of David Walliams’ The Midnight Gang by Bryony Lavery with music and lyrics by Joe Stilgoe. Present Laughter by Noël Coward runs from Friday April 20-Saturday May 12. random/generations runs from Friday May 4-Saturday June 2. The Chalk Garden runs from Friday-Saturday May 25-June 16. The Country Wife runs from Friday-Saturday June 8-July 7. Me And My Girl runs from Monday July 2-Saturday August 25. The Meeting runs from Friday-Saturday July 13- August 11. Copenhagen runs from Friday-Saturday August 17-September 22. Flowers for Mrs Harris runs from Friday-Saturday September 28-October 27. Cock runs from Friday-Saturday September 28-October 27. The Midnight Gang by David Walliams runs from Saturday-Saturday October 13-November 3. The Watsons Saturday-Saturday November 3-December 1. Sleeping Beauty Saturday-Sunday December 15-30.

Read our feature on Chichester Festival 2018.

Phone 01243 781312 or visit cft.org.uk.

 

02/04/2018 - 10/12/2018
8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Furniture Making Skills Week - Essential Cabinetmaking Hand Skills

Bankside Farm, Ditchling Common, Burgess Hill

Mondays April 2, July 23, August 20 and December 10, 8.30am-6pm

£590

Run by John Lloyd of John Lloyd Fine Furniture, these five-days courses give beginners a grounding and the more experienced a tune-up. It teaches sharpening, honing, planing, sawing and chiselling and jointing as well as other skills. All tools and materials are provided.

Phone 01444 480388 or visit johnlloydfinefurniture.co.uk.

30/06/2018 - 25/08/2019
All Day
Queer Looks

Fashion & Style Gallery, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, 12A Pavilion Parade, Brighton

Saturday June 30 until August 25 2019

Free with Brighton Museum admission/members and residents free

This display of outfits and oral histories from LGBTQ individuals from Sussex, from the 1950s to the present day, looks at how individuals construct identities, both personal and collective, through dress. Local LGBTQ communities have informed the content of this display, including the comedian Zoe Lyons, journalist Sophie Cook and trans campaigner Fox Fisher. Picture: Tessa Hallmann.

Phone 0300 029 0900 or visit brightonmuseums.org.uk.

04/09/2018 - 01/01/2019
All Day
Elizabeth Ilive: A Woman Ahead of Her Time Exhibition

Petworth House and Park, Petworth

Until Tuesday January 1

Normal admission applies

This interactive exhibition explores the remarkable achievements of a pioneering woman who lived at Petworth House from the 1780s. Discover more about Elizabeth Ilive’s scientific endeavours with a reimagining of the laboratory she developed at Petworth House.

Phone 01798 342207 or visit nationaltrust.org.uk/petworth-house-and-park.

06/09/2018 - 17/12/2018
10:30 am - 11:45 am
Basement and Tunnel Tours

Royal Pavilion, 4/5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton

On Mondays from September 3 until December 17 (excluding October 22), 10.30am-11.45pm

£13/members £11. Book in advance

Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the basement and tunnel of the Royal Pavilion and discover more about life below stairs for the servants, from the rat catcher to George’s principal private secretary.

Phone 0300 029 0900 or visit brightonmuseums.org.uk/hove.

07/09/2018 - 23/01/2019
All Day
Skeletal: The Scaffold of Life

Booth Museum, 194 Dyke Road, Brighton

Friday September 7-Wednesday January 23

Free

This display by photographer Tim France shows images of rare and unusual specimens from the museums’ extensive collection of skulls. Picture: Tim France.

Phone 0300 029 0900 or visit brightonmuseums.org.uk.

08/09/2018 - 06/01/2019
All Day
Orlando at the Present Time

Charleston, Firle

Saturday September 8-Sunday January 6

Tickets

Orlando at the Present Time, Charleston’s first major exhibition in its new galleries, explores the significance of Virginia Woolf’s novel Orlando: A Biography. The exhibition includes works by Paul Kindersley, Delaine Le Bas, Annie Leibovitz and Kaye Donachie, as well as historical paintings from Knole and rarely seen Bloomsbury treasures. Picture: Paul Kindersley, Oh! 2018 c. Paul Kindersley courtesy of the artist and Belmacz.
Phone 01323 811626 or visit charleston.org.

08/09/2018 - 06/01/2019
All Day
The Famous Women Dinner Service

Charleston, Firle

Saturday September 8-Sunday January 6

Charleston hosts the first museum display of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant’s Famous Women Dinner Service since it was created for art historian and broadcaster Kenneth Clark in 1932. The complete set of 50 plates, featuring portraits of famous women throughout history, survived wartime bombing and several moves of house by the Clark family. Picture: Famous Women Dinner Service, courtesy of Piano Nobile (Robert Travers Works of Art Limited).

Phone 01323 811626 or visit charleston.org.

08/09/2018 - 06/01/2019
All Day
Zanele Muholi: Faces and Phases

Charleston, Firle

Saturday September 8-Sunday January 6

Faces and Phases is an ongoing series of black-and-white photographic portraits by Zanele Muholi, commemorating and celebrating black lesbian and transgender experience. Picture: Zanele Muholi, Parktown, Johannesburg, 2016.

Phone 01323 811626 or visit charleston.org.

15/09/2018 - 03/02/2019
All Day
Karl Hagedorn: Rhythmical Expressions

Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, Chichester

Saturday September 15-Sunday February 3

The paintings of German immigrant Karl Hagedorn (1889-1969) are some of the earliest and boldest examples of post-impressionist work produced in Britain. Pallant House Gallery shines a light on this unjustly forgotten artist, who was heavily influenced by Picasso and Matisse, whom he met in Paris. This is the first exhibition of his work in nearly 25 years. Picture: Karl Hagedorn, Self-portrait with pipe.

Phone 01243 774557 or visit pallant.org.uk.

15/09/2018 - 02/12/2018
All Day
Lucy Beech: Reproductive Exile

First Floor Gallery, De La Warr Pavilion, Marina, Bexhill-on-Sea

Saturday September 15-Sunday December 2

Lucy Beech’s new film Reproductive Exile follows the fictional story of a woman embarking in cross-border assisted reproduction. The film is shot in the Czech Republic, where the lack of legislation associated with reproductive rights sustains a booming fertility industry. This degree of freedom attracts a diverse range of commissioning parents, driven to the country by a range of social, political and economic forces.

Phone 01424 229111 or visit dlwp.com.

06/10/2018 - 20/01/2019
All Day
A Tale of Mother’s Bones

De La Warr Pavilion, Marina, Bexhill-on-Sea

Saturday October 6-Sunday January 20

Dr Grace Pailthorpe (surgeon/ psychoanalyst/artist, 1883-1971) and Reuben Mednikoff (artist, 1906-1972) began collaborating in 1935. They produced a huge body of work that included startlingly vivid and wildly experimental paintings and drawings, often paired with in-depth psychoanalytic interpretation, as well as autobiography, poetry and short stories. A Tale of Mother’s Bones is the first major presentation of Pailthorpe and Mednikoff’s art in 20 years. The exhibition tells the story of the couple’s lives through their works, showing how they excavated their earliest memories (including memories of birth, weaning and sibling rivalry) in order to understand their adult relationships, critical reception, political context and spiritual beliefs. Picture: Reuben Mednikoff, Stairway to Paradise, 1936.

Phone 01424 229111 or visit dlwp.com.

06/10/2018 - 31/03/2019
All Day
Cathie Pilkington: Working from Home

Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, Chichester

Saturday October 6-Sunday March 31

Renowned sculptor and figurative artist Cathie Pilkington RA will transform the upstairs galleries of Pallant House Gallery’s historic townhouse with an immersive site-specific installation. A series of over 30 of her assembled doll-like sculptures, including three especially created new works, will be placed alongside the artist’s personal selection from the Gallery’s extensive collection of Modern British art. The installation is part of RA250, a nationwide programme celebrating the 250th anniversary of the Royal Academy of Arts. Picture: Eamon McCabe.

Phone 01243 774557 or visit pallant.org.uk.

06/10/2018 - 10/02/2019
All Day
Julian Trevelyan: The Artist and his World

Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, Chichester

Saturday October 6-Sunday February 10

This is the first survey exhibition in 20 years of British artist Julian Trevelyan (1910-1988).  opens at Pallant House Gallery in autumn 2018. A painter, printmaker and designer, Trevelyan was experimental throughout his life and created an important and original body of work that was influenced by European modernist movements yet entirely his own. The exhibition brings together 90 paintings and prints, as well as rarely seen sketchbooks, letters and photographs that emphasise Trevelyan’s extensive contribution to mid-20th century British art. Surveying the broad scope of his career, the exhibition will examine Trevelyan’s early Surrealist works, his depictions of the industrial north of England as part of the Mass Observation project, his fascination with foreign places and his years in London, when he lived and worked alongside the River Thames and taught printmaking at the Royal College of Art. Picture of Julian Trevelyan: Sandra Lousada/RCA.

Phone 01243 774557 or visit pallant.org.uk.

03/11/2018 - 01/12/2018
7:45 pm
The Watsons

Minerva Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester.
Saturday-Saturday November 3-December 1, 7.45pm

Tickets from £20

Based on Jane Austen’s incomplete novel, this sparklingly witty play directed by Samuel West looks under the bonnet of Jane Austen and asks: what can characters do when their author abandons them? In this new play by Laura Wade, what happens when the writer loses the plot? Emma Watson is 19 and new in town. She’s been cut off by her rich aunt and dumped back in the family home. Emma and her sisters must marry, fast. If not, they face poverty, spinsterhood, or worse: an eternity with their boorish brother and his awful wife. Luckily there are plenty of potential suitors to dance with, from flirtatious Tom Musgrave to castle-owning Lord Osborne, who’s as awkward as he is rich. So far so familiar. But there’s a problem: Jane Austen didn’t finish the story. Who will write Emma’s happy ending now?

Read our feature on this year’s Chichester Festival programme.

Phone 01243 781312 or visit cft.org.uk.

28/11/2018 - 01/12/2018
7:30 pm
Oliver!

Windmill Theatre, Windmill Road, Littlehampton

Wednesday-Saturday November 28-December 1, 7.30pm with a 2.30pm matinee on Saturday

Tickets £12/concs £11

Stage-Door Theatre Company brings Charles Dickens’ beloved novel to life. Lionel Bart’s Oliver! takes audiences on a wild adventure through Victorian England where they join young, orphaned Oliver Twist as he navigates the London underworld of theft and violence, searching for a home, a family, and – most importantly – for love.  When Oliver is picked up on the street by a boy named the Artful Dodger, he is welcomed into a gang of child pickpockets led by the conniving but charismatic Fagin. When Oliver is falsely accused of a theft he didn’t commit, he is rescued by a kind and wealthy gentleman, to the dismay of Fagin’s violent sidekick Bill Sykes. Caught in the middle is the warm-hearted Nancy, who is under Bill’s thumb but desperate to help Oliver – with tragic results. Songs include If He Needs Me, Food, Glorious Food and Where is Love?

Phone 01903 856801 or visit freedom-leisure.co.uk.

28/11/2018 - 01/12/2018
7:30 pm
Oliver!

Windmill Theatre, Windmill Road, Littlehampton

Wednesday-Saturday November 28-December 1, 7.30pm with a 2.30pm matinee on Saturday

Tickets £12/concs £11

Oliver! by the Stage-Door Theatre Company brings Charles Dickens’s novel to life as Lionel Bart’s version takes audiences on a wild adventure through Victorian England. When young orphan Oliver is picked up on the street by a boy named the Artful Dodger, he is welcomed into a gang of child pickpockets led by the conniving but charismatic Fagin. When Oliver is falsely accused of a theft he didn’t commit, he is rescued by a kind and wealthy gentleman, to the dismay of Fagin’s violent sidekick, Bill Sykes. Caught in the middle is the warm-hearted Nancy, who is under Bill’s thumb but desperate to help Oliver, with tragic results.  Songs include If He Needs Me, Food, Glorious Food, and Where is Love. 

Phone 01903 856801 or visit freedom-leisure.co.uk.

30/11/2018 - 01/01/2019
All Day
Aladdin

Pavilion Theatre, Marine Parade, Worthing

Friday November 30-Tuesday January 1, various times

Tickets £20.50-£23

An all-star cast in this fun-filled pantomime includes  Lee Latchford-Evans from pop supergroup Steps as Aladdin, CBeebies presenter Rebecca Keatley as Princess Jasmine and the unmistakeable voice of Brian Blessed (below) as the Genie. Poor but happy Aladdin hopes all his dreams will come true when he discovers a magical lamp and the mystical genie trapped inside it who will grant the holder three precious wishes. Fame, fortune and the hand in marriage of the beautiful Princess Jasmine await but first our hero must defeat the wicked sorcerer Abanazar who also seeks the lamp and more… world domination! With his dopey brother Wishee Washee and his ever-faithful mother, dame Widow Twankey, by his side, Aladdin must summon all his courage in this rags-to-riches tale of good overcoming evil.

Phone 01903 206206 or visit worthingtheatres.co.uk.

30/11/2018 - 08/12/2018
All Day
Be My Baby

New Venture Theatre, Bedford Place, Hove

Friday November 30-Saturday December 8

See website for ticket prices

Set in a Mother and Baby Home in December 1964. Be My Baby follows Mary Adams who is unmarried and 7 months pregnant. Forcibly sent there by a mother intent on keeping up appearances Mary, along with other girls in the home, has to cope both with the shame and the dawning realisation that she will have to give up the baby for adoption.

Phone 01273 746118 or visit newventure.org.uk.

30/11/2018 - 01/12/2018
7:30 pm
The Vicar of Dibley at Christmas

Alexandra Theatre, Regis Centre, Belmont Street, Bognor Regis

Friday November 30-Saturday December 1, 7.30pm with a 2.30pm matinee

Tickets £12.50

BROS Musical Productions are returning to Dibley,  where life in the sleepy Oxfordshire village is turned upside-down when the ancient Reverend Pottle dies and the diocese sends a new-fangled female vicar, Geraldine Granger, as his replacement. Join us as the inhabitants of Dibley attempt to stage The Greatest Story Ever Told – the nativity – with a very pregnant Alice Tinker in tow.

Phone 01243 861010 or visit alexandratheatre.co.uk.

01/12/2018
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Etsy Christmas Market

Cafe-bar, Brighton Dome, Church Street, Brighton

Saturday December 1, 10am-5pm

Free

The annual Brighton Etsy Team Christmas market is an opportunity to shop local and independent, with unique ideas for all tastes and budgets. From homewares and jewellery to skincare and art, the festive fair will be bursting with stylish, contemporary gifts. 

Phone 01273 709709 or visit brightondome.org.

01/12/2018
2:00 pm
The King and I: from the London Palladium

Chequer Mead Community Arts Centre, De La Warr Road, East Grinstead

Saturday December 1, 2pm

Tickets £16.50/pensioners and children £15.50/Premium Club £13.50

The multi-award winning and critically acclaimed Lincoln Center Theater’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King And I is recorded live from London’s iconic Palladium. Kelli O’Hara, who plays Anna, takes to the stage alongside Tony and Oscar nominee Ken Watanabe, who plays the king, and Ruthie Ann Miles as Lady Thiang. Set in 1860s Bangkok, the musical tells the story of the unconventional and tempestuous relationship that develops between the King of Siam and Anna, a British schoolteacher whom the modernist King, in an imperialistic world, brings to Siam to teach his many wives and children. The scores includes Whistle a Happy Tune, Getting to Know You and Shall We Dance, and features a company of more than 50 world-class performers.

Phone 01342 302000 or visit chequermead.org.uk.

01/12/2018 - 02/12/2018
4:30 pm
Tabby McTat

Connaught Theatre, Union Place, Worthing

Saturday and Sunday December 1 and 2, 2pm and 4.30pm on Saturday and 11am and 2pm on Sunday

Tickets £12.50/family of 4 £46

“Me, you and the old guitar, How perfectly, perfectly happy we are. MEEE-EW and the old guitar. How PURRR-fectly happy we are!” Tabby McTat, from the book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler,  is a cat with the loudest of meee-ews and a best friend with a guitar. Together they sing their favourite songs, delighting the crowds, until one day Fred disappears. Separated and alone, Tabby finds shelter and a new life with all the home comforts that any cat could dream of. However, memories of his life with Fred haunt him, and he sets off to search the streets for his long-lost friend. Interwoven with original songs, Tabby McTat is the heart-warming tale of friendship and loyalty from the team behind Stick Man Live and Tiddler and Other Terrific Tales.

Phone 01903 206206 or visit worthingtheatres.co.uk.

01/12/2018
7:00 pm
Hazel O’Connor & Breaking Glass (15)

The Capitol Horsham, North Street, Horsham

Saturday December 1, 7pm

Tickets £26

This special evening with singer-songwriter Hazel O’Connor includes the 1980 movie Breaking Glass, a Q&A and a live performance by O’Connor, who played the lead role and wrote all the songs. The soundtrack album, Breaking Glass, went double platinum during its 38-week chart run. O’Connor is joined onstage by singers and musicians Clare Hirst, on sax, who has performed with the Bellestars, The Communards and David Bowie, Sarah Fisher on keyboards and Josh Blackmore on percussion. Songs include Eighth Day, Will You, Big Brother, Decadent Days, If Only and more.

Phone 01403 750220 or visit thecapitolhorsham.com.

01/12/2018
7:00 pm
The Jalapeno Bop

The Old Market, 11a Upper Market Street, Hove

Saturday December 1, 7pm-1am

Tickets £17.50/concs £15/on the door £20. Advance booking essential. Age 18+.

The Jalapeno Bop is on a mission to bring quality live soul, funk and disco to Brighton alongside some of the hottest DJs around. This night will see soul/jazz phenomenon Myles Sanko (pictured) bring his band to The Old Market fresh from a headline European tour and dates supporting Gregory Porter. He’ll be joined by 10-piece live funk and soul band The Soul Steppers, who will be warming up proceedings by bringing the rarest 60s and 70s dance floor fillers back to life. The astonishing DJ Cheeba will close the night performing his DJ/AV set cutting funk, soul, disco and hip hop with live projected visuals. Picture: Simon Buck.

Phone 01273 201801 or visit theoldmarket.com.

01/12/2018
7:30 pm
Abbamania

Theatre Royal, New Road, Brighton

Saturday December 1, 7.30pm

Tickets £13-£28.75

You can dance, you can jive, you can have the time of your life… Abba tribute Abbamania celebrates 40 years of the Swedish supergroup. This two-hour show features record-breaking and timeless hits, ranging from Waterloo to Dancing Queen, which will have you dancing in the aisles.

Phone 0844 871 7650 or visit atgtickets.com.

01/12/2018
7:30 pm
East Grinstead Christmas Comedy Gala

Chequer Mead Community Arts Centre, De La Warr Road, East Grinstead

Saturday December 1, 7.30pm

Tickets £15/£17 on the door

Joe Wilkinson (pictured), a regular on TV shows such as 8 Out of 10 Cats, Him & Her, Live at the Electric and Taskmaster, headlines this comedy gala. More acts are still to be announced.

Phone 01342 302000 or visit chequermead.org.uk.

01/12/2018
7:30 pm
I’m Every Woman - starring Helen Ward-Jackson

Royal Hippodrome Theatre, 108-112 Seaside Road, Eastbourne

Saturday December 1, 7.30pm

Tickets £21-£25

Helen Ward-Jackson’s new show is I’m Every Woman, which includes not only her Adele tribute show but also tributes to the divas such as Tina, Dusty, Mariah, Gaga, Whitney, Bette and more. There will be some surprises along the way, dancers and a live band.

Phone 01323 802020 or visit royalhippodrome.com.

01/12/2018
7:30 pm
Messiah - Worthing Choral Society

Assembly Hall, Stoke Abbott Road, Worthing

Saturday December 1, 7.30pm

Tickets from £12

This exciting rendition of this popular work comes from Worthing Choral Society and the Sinfonia of Arun, led by Robin Morrish and conducted by Aedan Kerney MBE.

Phone 01903 206206 or visit worthingtheatres.co.uk.

01/12/2018
7:30 pm
The Proclaimers

White Rock Theatre, White Rock, Hastings

Saturday December 1, 7.30pm

Tickets £35.50/Friends £1.50 off

More than 30 years after Scottish twins Craig and Charlie Reid, aka The Proclaimers, they are on tour following the release of their 11 studio album. With their hits I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) and Letter From America, their enduring appeal across generations has carved a niche for themselves where pop, folk, new wave and punk collide as the emotional honesty, political fire, wit and sing-along raucousness of their songs has entertained fans across the world. They have even inspired a musical, the play and film Sunshine on Leith, with the  musical having its fourth UK run this year. This year is also the 30th anniversary of the release of the Sunshine On Leith album.

Phone 01424 462288 or visit whiterocktheatre.org.uk.

01/12/2018
8:00 pm
Kast Off Kinks

Ropetackle Arts Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham-by-Sea

Sunday December 1, 8pm

Tickets £19 and £17

Former members of The Kinks are back together, including drummer Mick Avory, bass player and vocalist John Dalton, keyboard player and vocalist Ian Gibbons and guitarist and vocalist Dave Clarke. They re-live the songs that made The Kinks a household name, including You Really Got Me, Sunny Afternoon, Lola, Waterloo Sunset and Days.

Phone 01273 464440 or visit ropetacklecentre.co.uk.

01/12/2018
8:00 pm
Tom Allen: Absolutely

Brighton Dome, Church Street, Brighton

Saturday December 1, 8pm

Tickets £18

Tom Allen, the sharply dressed, well-spoken and camp son of a working-class Bromley family, has already been seen on TV’s 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Live At The Apollo, The Great British Bake-Off’s Extra Slice and The John Bishop Show, and is now on his debut solo tour.

Phone 01273 709709 or visit brightondome.org.