What’s on this week: October 6 to 13

Organist Michael Wooldridge will lead a Grand Tea Dance at the Pavilion Theatre in Worthing on Saturday

Organist Michael Wooldridge will lead a Grand Tea Dance at the Pavilion Theatre in Worthing on Saturday

Events taking place in the Herald and Gazette area during the coming week.

Thursday, October 6

GORING

TALK: Goring Gardening Society welcome RHS Wisley fruit specialist Jim Arbury to their meeting at St Mary’s Hall, Goring. He will talk about fruit for the small garden. The meeting starts at 7.30pm and everyone is welcome. Entry for non-members is £1.

RUSTINGTON

CLUB: Rustington Platinum Social Club meets at at The Garden Room, formerly the café attached to Rustington Museum, from 9.30am to 12.30pm.This is intended to allow general socialising with activities like knitting, scrabble, board games and so on, combined with meeting people, conversation and making friends. Refreshments are available. For information please contact Annet on 07877 253470 or just pop in.

WORTHING

BRIDGE: Interested in learning to play bridge this year in a friendly club? Worthing Bridge Club beginners classes start from 1pm to 3pm, at 12 Byron Road, Worthing, BN11 3HN. Coaches are EBU trained. Parking available. Contact Penny Mitchell on 01903 200363 or email: pennymitchell263@gmail.com for more information.

FILM: Deepwater Horizon (12A) – 11.30am, 2pm. Eight Days a Week (12A) – 12.15pm. Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 3pm, 8.30pm. The Magnificent Seven (12A) – 5.40pm. Venue: Connaught Cinema, Union Place, Worthing, BN11 1LG. Box office: 01903 206206. Online booking: www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

FILM: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (12A) – 12.15pm, 2.45pm (midweek matinee), 5.30pm. The Magnificent Seven (12A) – 3pm (midweek matinee), 8.15pm. Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 8.15pm. Venue: Dome Cinema, 21-22 Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3PT. Book online at www.domecinema.co.uk or ring the Box Office on 01903 823112.

MUSIC: Lauren Housley. Her personal song-writing style is honest and sincere, with emotive vocals that are steeped in gospel, blues and soul phrasing. Time: 8pm. Price: £11.50, Concessions £10. Venue: Connaught Studio, Union Place, Worthing, BN11 1LG. Box office: 01903 206206. Online booking: www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

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Friday, October 7

LITTLEHAMPTON

EVENT: The legendary Bobby Crush celebrates 40 years in showbusiness with an exclusive show. All proceeds go to the Sussex Parallel Youth Games – the annual disability sports event for children with disabilities. Come along and enjoy a night of merriment, music and prepare to be crushed. Time: 7.30pm. Tickets: £25. Venue: Windmill Entertainment Centre, Windmill Road, Littlehampton, BN17 5LH. Call 01903 722224 or visit www.windmillcinema.co.uk for more information.

SHOREHAM

COFFEE: Every Friday, 10.30am to 12pm in the upstairs Gallery of the Marlipins Museum, Shoreham High Street, entrance Middle Street. Rombouts coffee, tea, hot chocolate and biscuits. Hosted by the Friends, all funds go to care and repair of the Museum.

WORTHING

COFFEE: Every Friday, 11am to 12.30pm at St. Botolph’s Rooms, St. Botolph’s Church, Manor Road entrance, Worthing. Hot drinks, delicious homemade cakes and savouries. Very reasonable prices. Everyone welcome!

COMEDY: Jimmy Carr – The Best Of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour. Time: 8pm. Price: £29. Second date on Tuesday, November 29. Venue: Assembly Hall, Stoke Abbott Road, Worthing, BN11 3PX. Call 01903 206206 or visit: www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

FILM: Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 12pm, 2.45pm, 5.30pm, 8.15pm. The Girl on the Train (15) – 1pm, 3.30pm, 6pm, 8.30pm. Venue: Connaught Cinema, Union Place, Worthing, BN11 1LG. Box office: 01903 206206. Online booking: www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

FILM: Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 12.30pm, 8.25pm. The Girl on the Train (15) – 12.45pm, 3.15pm, 5.45pm, 8.15pm. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (12A) – 3pm, 5.40pm. Venue: Dome Cinema, 21-22 Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3PT. Book online at www.domecinema.co.uk or ring the Box Office on 01903 823112.

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Saturday, October 8

PORTSLADE

EVENT: A free exhibition into Southwick’s historical relationship with the public house opens at Mayberry Garden Centre. The store will host the ‘Tale of Ale’, put together by the Southwick Society, which covers 200 years of pub and brewing history. Mayberry Garden Centre’s Coffee Shop which will host the exhibition, which is open every day from 9am to 5pm.

SHOREHAM

EVENT: Shoreham Horticultural & Allotment Society Autumn Show in the Shoreham Centre from 1pm. Exhibits of flowers, pot plants and vegetables as well as homecrafts, floral art, photography and craft classes. Various stalls including tombola and raffle. Refreshments are available. For further information on events and meetings visit the website – www.shorehamhorticulturalsociety.org

MUSIC: Jazz star Clare Teal performs intimate duo show. Starts 8pm. Tickets: £22. Ropetackle Arts Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham, BN43 5EG. Box office: 01273 464440 or visit www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

QUIZ: Friends of Shoreham Beach (FoSB) fundraiser quiz night, 7pm start. Sussex Yacht Club. Tickets £10. Tickets from 07778 035830 or order online at friendsofshoreham
beach@gmail.com

WORTHING

COMEDY: Pete Firman: Trix. Time: 7:30pm. Price: £17, Concessions £15, Friends £15. Venue: Connaught Studio, Union Place, Worthing, BN11 1LG. Box office: 01903 206206. Online booking: www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

EVENT: A Grand Tea Dance dedicated to the rich history and variety of the Pavilion Theatre. Led by organist Michael Wooldridge. Partake in all styles of ballroom dancing, ranging from the waltz to tango and cha-cha-cha. All accompanied of course by freshly made sandwiches, cakes and tea. Time: 2pm. Price: £10. Venue: Pavilion Theatre, Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3PX. Box office: 01903 206206. Online booking: www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

FILM: The BFG (PG) – 10.15am (Saturday morning picture). Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 12pm. The Girl on the Train (15) – 1pm, 3.30pm, 6pm, 8.30pm. Venue: Connaught Cinema, Union Place, Worthing, BN11 1LG. Box office: 01903 206206. Online booking: www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

FILM: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (12A) – 10.30am (weekend morning movie), 3.15pm, 5.45pm. Storks (U) – 11.15am (autistic only), 1pm. The Girl on the Train (15) – 1pm, 3.25pm, 6pm, 8.30pm. Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 8.25pm. Venue: Dome Cinema, 21-22 Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3PT. Book online at www.domecinema.co.uk or ring the Box Office on 01903 823112.

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Sunday, October 9

ANGMERING

EVENT: The S.C.O.T.C.H. Team Conker Competition at The Spotted Cow, Hight Street, Angmering. Registration 1pm for a 1.30pm start. Teams of three players of all ages. All conkers and string are provided by the organisers. The entry fee is £10 per team. There is a barbecue and raffle. The proceeds of the event will be donated to Chestnut Tree House. Liquid Logic will be playing live music from 4.30pm.

EAST PRESTON

MARKET: Antiques & Collectables Market at The Village Hall, Sea Road, East Preston, BN16 1LP, from 10am to 4pm. With up to 30 tables selling vintage memorabilia including ceramics, glass, silver, art deco and art nouveau, jewellery and postcards. There will be a café set up throughout the day serving homemade cakes, pastries, coffee, tea and soft drinks and a raffle. Admission £1. Organised by the East Preston Festival Committee to aid local charities and community groups.

SHOREHAM

MUSIC: Julie Roberts vocals and Michael Hinton piano – Jazz, Blues and What’s New? 1pm to 2pm. A Wordfest event. Tickets: £8. Visit www.julierobertsmusic.co.uk for more information. Ropetackle Arts Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham, BN43 5EG. Box office: 01273 464440 or visit www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

WORTHING

DANCE: Worthing Tea Dance and live jazz, swing and blues band. Sunday Swing presents the first of many tea dances, bringing together great music and dancing at St Paul’s Art Centre. There will be a fun dance lesson at 5.15pm. Doors open 5pm to 8pm. Tickets £8 on the door.

EVENT: Family Nerf Gun Fun & Dodgeball at Worthing Leisure Centre. This two-hour session is guaranteed to have your children raving about it for months to come. We provide the Nerf guns and unlimited ammo but please ensure you wear trainers, bring a bottle of water and proof of purchase if booking online. If you require any further information about this event please email: info@whizzfit.com or call 020 3039 3739.

FAIR: Pavilion Fairs Craft and Gift Fair presented by Crafters Corner at Worthing Pavilion, from 10am to 4pm. Come along for lots of lovely handmade crafts and gifts.

FILM: The Secret Life of Pets (U) – 11.45am. Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 2pm, 4.45pm. The Girl on the Train (15) – 1pm, 3.30pm, 6pm, 8.30pm. Michael Buble: Tour Stop 148 (12A) – 7.30pm. Venue: Connaught Cinema, Union Place, Worthing, BN11 1LG. Box office: 01903 206206. Online booking: www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

FILM: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (12A) – 10.30am (weekend morning movie), 3.15pm, 5.45pm. Storks (U) – 10.45am (weekend morning movie), 1pm. The Girl on the Train (15) – 1pm, 3.25pm, 6pm, 8.30pm. Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 8.25pm. Venue: Dome Cinema, 21-22 Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3PT. Book online at www.domecinema.co.uk or ring the Box Office on 01903 823112.

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Monday, October 10

FERRING

BOWLS: Ferring Carpet Bowls would welcome new members, both experienced and beginners. They meet on Monday and/or Wednesday mornings and afternoons. For details contact Ron Pavier on 01903 502658.

GORING

CLUB: Worthing Squares American dance club is offering a free taster lesson at 7.30pm. The lesson will be in English Martyrs Barn, Goring, BN12 4UH. Partners not essential. For further details call 01273 325388 or 07745 284690.

STEYNING

TALK: Steyning Decorative and Fine Arts Society illustrated talk by Geri Parlby entitled ‘Magic Lanterns to Metro Goldwyn Mayer: the birth of the silver screen artists’. At The Steyning Centre, opposite St Andrews Church, Church Street, Steyning. Enquiries to 01903 297553. Annual membership fee is £36. Members and visitors (donation of £5) are warmly welcomed with coffee at 10am followed by the meeting.

WORTHING

FILM: The Magnificent Seven (12A) – 11am (silver screen). The Girl on the Train (15) – 12pm, 3.30pm, 6pm (subtitled), 8.30pm. Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 4.30pm. My Scientology Movie + Satellite Q&A (15) – 7.30pm. Venue: Connaught Cinema, Union Place, Worthing, BN11 1LG. Box office: 01903 206206. Online booking: www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

FILM: Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 8pm. The Girl on the Train (15) – 12.15pm, 3.15pm, 5.45pm, 8.15pm. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (12A) – 12pm (disability friendly), 2.40pm, 5.20pm. Venue: Dome Cinema, 21-22 Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3PT. Book online at www.domecinema.co.uk or ring the Box Office on 01903 823112.

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Tuesday, October 11

DURRINGTON

TALK: Worthing Friendship Centre talk by Fred Delius entitled ‘The Confessions of a Sword Swallower’ at Durrington Community Centre at 7pm. To experience any of the group’s fascinating evening talks please come along and join us. Your first visit is free and you can find out more about our coffee mornings and other activities. For more information call Julie on 07981 239017.

LANCING

BOWLS: Lancing & District Short Mat Bowls Club. Club night. Every Tuesday from 7pm to 9.30pm. Free tuition available. Beginners and bowlers welcome. At St Peter’s Church Hall, Bowness Avenue (off Western Road). Car park at rear. Bowls matched arranged. Call 01903 521310 for more information.

SHOREHAM

TALK: ‘Memories...are they a thing of the past?’ at St Mary de Haura, East Street, at 7.30pm. This lecture will be presented by Trevor Povey. Discover what made our childhood special and the formative years so very different to today’s. With examples from the sights and sounds that help us to store a memory. Admission free.

WORTHING

AUCTION: Worthing General Auctions, The Barn adjacent to the English Martyrs Church, Goring Way, Worthing, BN12 4UD. Approximately 300 to 350 lots. Viewing is from 5pm until the auction starts at 6.30pm. Admission is £1 and the catalogue is £1. Commission is ten per cent on the hammer price. Hot food and drinks are available on the night. All enquiries to Louise on 07941 828599.

FILM: Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 12pm, 2.45pm, 5.30pm, 8.15pm. The Girl on the Train (15) – 1pm, 3.30pm, 6pm, 8.30pm. Venue: Connaught Cinema, Union Place, Worthing, BN11 1LG. Box office: 01903 206206. Online booking: www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

FILM: Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 12.15pm (midweek matinee), 8pm. The Girl on the Train (15) – 12.30pm (midweek matinee), 3pm (midweek matinee), 5.30pm (subtitled), 8.15pm. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (12A) – 2.45pm (midweek matinee), 5.30pm. Venue: Dome Cinema, 21-22 Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3PT. Book online at www.domecinema.co.uk or ring the Box Office on 01903 823112.

JAZZ: This week at the Hare & Hounds in Portland Road Worthing we are pleased to present Mike Piggott Quartet. Mike Piggott began his musical career as guitarist/violinist, playing with reggae, soul and blues bands including working with Junior Marvin (the Wailers), and guitarist Peter Green. He has toured, recorded and broadcast with a wide range of artists (as both violinist and guitarist) including Ralph McTell, Phil Collins and Diz Disley. He is also a long-standing member of Keith Nichols’ Ragtime Orchestra and The Hot Club of London. Recent jazz festival successes include appearances with Bucky Pizzarelli, Ken Peplowski and Marty Grosz. He is recognised as one of Britain’s leading jazz violinists, influenced by Stephane Grappelli, Joe Venuti and Stuff Smith in particular. But, if you are just expecting to get ‘Gypsy Jazz’ you will be pleasantly surprised by his wide range of styles. He is accompanied tonight by Roy Hilton on piano, Godfrey Sheppard on bass and Malcolm Mortimore on drums. Music starts at 8.30pm but, to guarantee a seat why not get there early and book a table for a meal. Call 01903 230085 for more information.

TALK: Worthing Archaeological Society begin their lecture series for 2016/2017 with their Con Ainsworth Memorial Lecture. As usual the lecture starts at 7.30pm and will be in the Lecture Theatre in the basement of Worthing Library. Amie Friend and Gordon Hayden will report on ‘Excavations at Goblestubbs Copse. The story so far…’, an overview of the excavations that have taken place at this Late Iron Age to Roman period enclosure, in the woods to the north west of Arundel, and its possible relationship with other sites in the area. There will be a chance to mingle afterwards with a cup of tea /coffee or a glass of wine. Visitors are welcome, entry £4, free to members.

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Wednesday, October 12

EAST PRESTON

FLOWERS: East Preston Floral Club meet at the Conservative Hall, Sea Road, East Preston at 7.30pm on the first Wednesday of each month. Flower arrangements are raffled at the end of each meeting. Visitors are ensured a warm welcome, so come and join the fun. Visit www.epfloralclub.co.uk for more information.

LITTLEHAMPTON

EVENT: Littlehampton Players Operatic Society presents Follies at the Windmill Entertainment Centre. October 12 to 15, 7.45pm each night. Tickets are £11 for the Wednesday and Thursday performances, and £13 for Friday and Saturday’s shows. Advance bookings via the LPOS Box Office on 01903 721860. All bookings from Monday, October 10, will be taken at the Windmill Entertainment Centre on 01903 722224 between 10am and midday.

WORTHING

DANCE: Beginners Flamenco Classes for Adults and Children, every Wednesday evening in Worthing, call 07963 959262 or email: helenadot@aol.com

FILM: Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 1pm, 4pm. The Girl on the Train (15) – 1pm, 3.30pm, 6pm, 8.30pm. Royal Shakespeare Company: King Lear (12A) – 7pm. Venue: Connaught Cinema, Union Place, Worthing, BN11 1LG. Box office: 01903 206206. Online booking: www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

FILM: Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 12.30pm, 8.25pm. The Girl on the Train (15) – 12.45pm, 3.15pm, 5.45pm, 8.15pm. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (12A) – 3pm, 5.40pm. Venue: Dome Cinema, 21-22 Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3PT. Book online at www.domecinema.co.uk or ring the Box Office on 01903 823112.

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Thursday, October 13

ANGMERING

WALK: HeartSmart walk. 10.30am. Time: two hours. A four-mile mainly flat walk through woods and meadows. Meet: car park in the woods at the Dover.

SHOREHAM

FILM: Ropetackle Film Club presents Great Beauty. Virtuoso filmmaking from writer/director Paulo Sorrentino. Starts 7.30pm. Open to film club members and their guests only, £5. Ropetackle Arts Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham, BN43 5EG. Box office: 01273 464440 or visit www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

WORTHING

ART: Heron Art Group. The group consists of a friendly group of leisure painters who meet in East Worthing Community Centre on Thursday evenings between 7pm and 9.30pm. If anybody is interested in joining us, please will they either call in one Thursday evening or telephone either Margaret (01903 263898) or Carole (01273 328446) for further details.

FILM: Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 11.45am, 2.30pm. The Girl on the Train (15) – 1pm, 3.30pm, 6pm, 8.30pm. Venue: Connaught Cinema, Union Place, Worthing, BN11 1LG. Box office: 01903 206206. Online booking: www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

FILM: Bridget Jones’s Baby (15) – 12.30pm (midweek matinee), 8.25pm. The Girl on the Train (15) – 12.45pm (midweek matinee), 3.15pm (midweek matinee), 5.45pm, 8.15pm. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (12A) – 3pm (midweek matinee), 5.40pm. Venue: Dome Cinema, 21-22 Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3PT. Book online at www.domecinema.co.uk or ring the Box Office on 01903 823112.

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