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Alfie Scott, Hugh Bonneville and Jack Taylor in Chichester Festival Theatre's AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE. Photo by Manuel Harlan

REVIEW: An Enemy of the People, Chichester Festival Theatre, until May 21.

How can telling the truth go quite so disastrously wrong?

Michael Pennington

REVIEW: King Lear (Theatre Royal, Brighton, until Saturday, May 7th)

With so many versions of King Lear around in the past couple of years – plus plays such as The Father, where parallels might be found – it would be easy to view any new production of Shakespeare’s tragedy as just another on a long conveyor belt.

Garrett Hedlund in Mojave

DVD review: Mojave (3 out of 5)

It’s strange how some films just seem to arrive under the radar and don’t get the accolades they deserve.

Adam Buxton will be performing at Live at the Theatre Royal

REVIEW: Live at the Theatre Royal, Brighton

A night of comedy featuring some of the top talents on the scene right now. In one of the nicest venues in Brighton. Yes please!

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Film review: Demolition (4 out of 5)

Director Jean-Marc Vallée has notched up an amazing hat-trick of successes with the arrival of this thoughtful and poignant film.

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Amelia Lily, American Idiot

REVIEW: Green Day’s American Idiot, Kings Theatre, Southsea, until Saturday, April 30

Green Day’s post-9/11 musical still packs the most powerful of punches on its latest UK tour, with a fresh, superbly-skilled and energetic cast making sure it loses none of its impact.

REVIEW: VERVE 2016, University of Chichester

Contemporary dance which gathers laughs from the offset is no mean feat. The opening to Verve’s 2016 programme, Efrosini Protopapa’s Thank You for Coming, does just that.

REVIEW: ‘Turkish Delight’ Concert – Worthing Symphony Orchestra at The Assembly Hall

John Gibbons (conductor), Boris Brovtsyn (violin). Haydn,’ Mercury’ Symphony (No 43 in Eb); Mozart, ‘Turkish’ Violin Concerto (No 5 in A); Arensky, Variations on a Theme of Tchaikovsky; Grieg, Lyric Piece – Evening in the Mountains; Dvorak, Serenade for Strings in E.

REVIEW: The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth

From Pharrell to Prince, from Joni Mitchell to Handel via The Who, The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain were on fine form on yet another sparkling night.

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Console Corner: Ratchet and Clank review

Ratchet-ing up the platformer.

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REVIEW: Travels With My Aunt

A new musical based on the novel by Graham Greene at the Chichester Festival Minerva Studio.

Adam Buxton will be performing at Live at the Theatre Royal

PREVIEW: Live at the Theatre Royal, Brighton

North London’s comedy zeitgeist channeling production company The Invisible Dot are to take one of their critically lauded, mixed bill stand-up bonanzas to Brighton, with a night of cutting edge comedy at Brighton’s Theatre Royal.

Highdown Gardens

Gardens open for charity

With the arrival of spring the new gardens open season, under the National Gardens Scheme charity, is getting underway.

Carmageddon MaxDamage is due for release midway through 2016

Console Corner: Pushing boundaries to the Max

You may have seen that cult classic Carmageddon is getting a next gen remake sparking some bad press... but I don’t see what all the fuss is about.

Games and gaming rss

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Console Corner: Ratchet and Clank review

Ratchet-ing up the platformer.

Golden Axe

Re-live your misspent youth with SEGA’s official Mega Drive emulator!

SEGA is releasing its official Mega Drive emulator this week - allowing you to relive the 1990s with classic games such as Golden Axe, Streets of Rage 2 and Shinobi III:Return of the Ninja Master.

Rumours abound about the Sony PS4K, codenamed NEO

Sony Playstation rumours fly as PS4 update NEO is ‘leaked’

Rumours of an update to the Sony Playstation have heightened, with a gaming website claiming to have seen the spec for the PS4.5.

Battleborn is a colourful hero shooter out on May 3

Console Corner: Battleborn preview

Battleborn looks fun but flawed.

The Doom open beta is live from April 15 through to April 17

Console Corner: Prepare for impending Doom

One of the single most important video games in history has been given a hotly anticipated next gen sequel more than 20 years on and you can play it this weekend.

Home and Garden rss

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Substantial detached house

Ian Watkins Estate Agents is pleased to offer for sale this substantial detached house in sought after Ferring.

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Four bedroom end-of-terrace house

This four bedroom end-of-terrace house is conveniently situated close to Rustington village centre and shops.

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Characterful four bedroom home

This individual characterful attached four bedroom home is in the heart of Angmering village’s most desirable residential roads.

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Substantial detached house on corner plot

This substantial detached house is located on a large corner plot in a popular position in Rustington.

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Large penthouse with superb sea views

This exceptionally large penthouse in East Preston benefits from superb uninterrupted sea views.

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