Arts & Screen

Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year Competition winner at Petworth

Petworth House is playing host to an exhibition of work by Richard Allen, winner of 2016 Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year Competition.

Rosemary Noble

Rosemary in print with 19th-century family saga

Bognor Regis-based writer Rosemary Noble is the author of Ranter’s Wharf, a family saga spanning three generations.

Angela Petch

Ferring author delves into Italian history

Ferring author Angela Petch evokes a slice of Italian social history in her new book, Now and Then in Tuscany.

Sandra Saer

Inspired by flowers...

A photograph of Mothering Sunday flowers from many years ago was the inspiration for a charming new book from Arundel’s Sandra Saer.

Amanda with her friend and eldest daughter Meg, marking the anniversary of her accident with a skydive

DIY SOS to transform disabled mum Amanda’s Yapton home

A woman left paralysed by an horrific accident is to have her home transformed on hit TV show DIY SOS.

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Look very closely!

Study the Cineworld Chichester puzzle as new IMAX film festival launches!

Cineworld has today announced it will be bringing back its IMAX® Film Festival for one day only in Chichester on Saturday, April 8.
Mark Sohn                 Photo Credit Angie Sohn

Sherlock Holmes novel to celebrate Mark's 50th birthday

A Worthing man is celebrating his 50th birthday this September with the publication of his very own Sherlock Holmes novel.

Operation Avalanche

DVD review: Operation Avalanche (4 out of 5)

One of the biggest conspiracy theories down the years has been that we never actually got to the Moon - it was all a big show put on so the USA could beat the Russians in the space race.

Kevin Newman

Exploring the gems of Sussex!

50 Gems Of Sussex from Amberley Publishing takes the reader on a tour of the county’s most spectacular and appealing points of interest.


Dan draws on his own experiences for new autism book

Chichester author Dan Jones releases his new book Look Into My Eyes on March 27, the first day of World Autism Awareness Week.

Films to look out for

14 films to look forward to in 2017

From thrillers to comedies and superheroes, we have already been treated to some big releases this year.

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Win a copy of Apple Tree Yard DVD!

We’ve got three copies of the top TV psychological thriller Apple Tree Yard to give away!

Beauty and the Beast

Film review: Beauty and the Beast (4 out of 5)

It seemed a strange idea of Disney’s to rummage through their treasured and much-loved back catalogue of animations and turn them in real-life versions.

Clare Hindle

Big changes ahead at Cass Sculpture Foundation

Exciting times lie ahead as Cass Sculpture Foundation – formerly Sculpture at Goodwood – tells the world “We are open for visitors!”


DVD review: Pet (3 out of 5)

Seth is a lonely man who works in an animal shelter, living a regimented boring life that has little going for it.

Artists Linda Foskett, Viv Nicklin and Karen Ongley-Snook open their new gallery

New gallery opens in West Wittering

Artists Linda Foskett, Viv Nicklin and Karen Ongley-Snook have launched a new gallery in West Wittering.


Brighton’s SICK! Festival in tune with the times

With all the anxieties following the Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump, it seems Brighton’s SICK! Festival may have been just a little prescient when it launched in 2013.
John Greening with Penelope Shuttle (credit Jane Greening)

Chichester poetry evening inspired by Hounslow Heath

Hounslow Heath, or Heathrow airport as it is now, is the shared inspiration for John Greening and Penelope Shuttle who combine to offer A Celebration of Poetry at Chichester’s Open Mic Poetry in Chichester Library on Thursday, March 23 at 7.30pm.


Simon Martin is confirmed as new director of Chichester’s Pallant House Gallery

The trustees of Chichester’s Pallant House Gallery have confirmed Simon Martin as the gallery’s new director.

New book

Sussex inspiration for novelist

The location is unspecified, but novelist Merryn Allingham has got somewhere between Shoreham and Chichester in mind, somewhere a few miles inland.

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