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What’s on this week: February 23 to March 1

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

Whats on

Chichester teenager's solo exhibition

Talented young Chichester artist Matisse Kundra is offering a solo exhibition at Chichester library from March 5-10.

Arts
Alula Cyr - Mark Dawson Photography

Creating female-centric circus

The world’s first all-female Cyr wheel trio Alula Cyr bring their mix of acrobatics, dance and song to The Old Market, Brighton on March 4 with their debut production, Hyena.

Music
Olivia

Classic Coward comedy in Worthing

Olivia Beardsley and Helen Keeley as Sibyl Chase and Amanda Prynne are joined by two new cast members this year as London Classic Theatre continues its tour of Noël Coward’s comedy masterpiece, Private Lives.

Theatre and Comedy
Story Factory fun

Creative fun for youngsters

Chichester’s award-winning Story Factory is expanding to Arundel. Story Factory founders Katy Lassetter and Vicky Edwards have confirmed that a Story Factory workshop will take place in Arundel on Sunday, March 4 as well as the regular Easter workshop in Chichester.

Whats on
Percival Elliott - Olly at piano - pic by Paul Thurlow

Name full of eccentric English charm...

Brighton’s indie-folk duo Percival Elliott – featuring Olly Hite, originally from Felpham, and Samuel Carter-Brazier – have released a new single as they ponder when to bring out the album.

Music
Ensemble Reza

Ten things to do in the Chichester area

Your guide...

Music
Danielle and Darcy

Danielle's tribute to her very own Heartbreaker

Pagham-based singer Danielle Morgan celebrates the birth of baby Darcy with her very own version of the Dionne Warwick hit Heartbreaker.

Music
Peter Snow and Ann MacMillan

Extraordinary stories of war explored in Worthing

Husband and wife historians Peter Snow and Ann MacMillan unearth undiscovered War Stories at Worthing’s Connaught Theatre on Friday, March 2 at 7.30pm.

Theatre and Comedy
Tom as Jonathan

Meet Tom's frustrated news reporter

Tom Walker is out on the road with his satirical creation, frustrated news reporter Jonathan Pie whose videos have been seen around the world (Saturday, March 3, Brighton Dome).
Theatre and Comedy
Sheku Kanneh-Mason - credit Lars Borges

Rising star joins Worthing Symphony Orchestra

Worthing Symphony Orchestra is thrilled to welcome “the player of the moment” Sheku Kanneh-Mason when it performs at the Assembly Hall, Worthing on Sunday, March 4 at 2.45pm.

Music
Lucy

The hills are alive with the sound of... Lucy!

As Lucy O’Byrne says, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime role – and she is relishing every second.

Music
Mark Crooks

Duelling clarinettists at Steyning

It will be an evening with a distinctive international flavour at Steyning Jazz Club on Friday, March 2, featuring two of the finest clarinettists around.

Music
Daliso

Building on Britain's Got Talent success

Comedian Daliso Chaponda is embarking on What The African Said, his debut solo tour, with dates including Brighton’s Komedia on Thursday, March 1.

Theatre and Comedy
Angela

Comedian reflects on the "Peter Pan" generation

Stand-up comedian Angela Barnes’ latest show comes from turning 40 a couple of years ago.

Theatre and Comedy
Richard Digance

Folk legend Richard Digance makes return visit to Bognor

Richard Digance is the guest at Folk on the Coast at the Bognor Regis Town FC Seasons venue on Friday, February 23 at 8pm.

Music
Mark and Rebecca Ford

Exhibition explores mysteries of the natural world

Mark and Rebecca Ford, from Slindon, will be exhibiting at Chichester’s Oxmarket Gallery from February 27-March 11 under the title Same but Different: an Exhibition of Painting, Prints and Sculpture.

Arts
Peter Medhurst

REVIEW: Funtington Music Group, Chichester University Chapel of the Ascension

Peter Medhurst presents My World of Opera with Jeremy Limb (Piano)

Music
Andrew Maxwell

First anniversary marked at comedy venue

Comedy Beats celebrates its first year of comedy at The Grasshopper in Crawley on March 2.

Theatre and Comedy
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