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Events

Audrey Hepburn on a 1952 visit to New York, USA where she was starring in Gigi on Broadway, New York 1952. She is at the top of the Rockerfeller Tower on the viewing platform overlooking the Manhattan skyline. Photograph by George Douglas

What happened when a Rottingdean photographer met an icon

Kipling In India poster

Rottingdean celebrates the early life of its most famous literary hero Rudyard Kipling

Madness prepare to play the Hove County Ground

Ten of the best shows in Sussex this week

Julian Bell: Cain And Abel oil on panel 360 x 595mm

Julian Bell on creating art from disaster

After Icarus at the Midsummer Musicfest, Staplefield

Nine events across Sussex this week

Boogaloo Stu (Picture: Mark Vessey)

Euro-phoria as Duke of York's hosts Brighton's big Eurovision party

Matthew Rose in Poliuto Picture: Lena Kern

Pioneering opera

High Court judge Alan Moses

The trials and tribulations of crusading journalism

Author Antonia Fraser will be appearing at Charleston Festival 2015

Stars descend on Charleston

So You Can Feel at Sick! Festival 2015

Sick! Festival 2015: Ten highlights

Sick! Festival director of development Tim Harrison

Sick! Festival returns to explore taboos

Umbrella Parade, Fat Tuesday, February 13

Half term holiday fun for all the family

Lucy Worsley: A Very British Murder, Connaught Theatre, February 4

Elementary, my dear Worsley

Esme In A Checked Shirt by Chantal Joffe

Picturesque portraiture

Dance ’Til Dawn at Congress Eastbourne

Dance all night

Illustration from : Puss In Boots (c) Ladybird Books Ltd, 1967 and inset Illustration from : What to Look for in Spring (c) Ladybird Books Ltd, 1961  Reproduced by permission of Ladybird Books Ltd

Childhood by way of images

Andrew Loukes, curator of collections and exhibitions at Petworth House in front of three paintings by Charlie Cobbs for the movie Mr Turner.

Duncan Hall speaks to curator Andrew Loukes about a new exhibition of artist JMW Turner

Ray Quinn

Ray Quinn stars in Holiday On Ice

My Accomplice: The sceptical romance

My Accomplice: The sceptical romance

Berg: The traditional seaside thriller

Berg: The traditional seaside thriller

They

Writer Graham Duff on Kay Dick's work of science fiction

Merlyn Evans, Distressed Area, 1938. Collection of Steven Rich London, © Estate of Merlyn Evans

Finding beauty amid the horror

On The Radar: King Lagoon’s Flying Swordfish Dance Band

On The Radar: King Lagoon’s Flying Swordfish Dance Band

Dinos and Jake Chapman

A world of the mysteriously macabre

Fox Fisher

Many Hands make bright work

Regency-inspired parodies to be shown in Royal Pavilion

Regency-inspired parodies to be shown in Royal Pavilion

Items from Lucy Sparrow's Cornershop-By-The-Sea

Lucy Sparrow's handmade cornershop comes to Brighton

Reef by Simon Faithfull. Photo by Gavin Weber.

Photographer’s deep sea gallery

Natasha Paremski

Fifth Symphony to open season

Bryan and Mary Talbot

The godfather of the British alternative comic boom - Bryan Talbot

The Giant And The Fisherman. International Ocean Festival

End of summer fun: Eight things to do this week

Graham Swift

Prize winner Graham Swift on his latest collection of short stories

The Levelllers and Pere Ubu confirmed for events at a music-themed CINECITY festival

The Levelllers and Pere Ubu confirmed for events at a music-themed CINECITY festival

Brendan Behan neice, Janet Behan

A toast to Brendan Behan at Shoreham WordFest

Building blocks of youth at Brighton Digital Festival

Building blocks of youth at Brighton Digital Festival

20,000 Days On Earth co-directors Jane Pollard and Iain Forsyth on working in Brighton and the city’s effect on Nick Cave’s music and words

20,000 Days On Earth co-directors Jane Pollard and Iain Forsyth on working in Brighton and the city’s effect on Nick Cave’s music and words

Five things to do this week in Brighton Digital Festival

Five things to do this week in Brighton Digital Festival

Roger Moore as 007 James Bond

Sir Roger Moore on Bond, Audrey Hepburn and the death of Bond villain Richard Kiel

The Cabinet of Dr Caligari

Expressionist classic will capture your imagination

Stanley Kubrick’s right-hand man Jan Harlan on the genius of the writer of A Clockwork Orange

Stanley Kubrick’s right-hand man Jan Harlan on the genius of the writer of A Clockwork Orange

Brighton Speed Trials

Top five events to see this week

Michael Palin in Brazil, West of Serrita, with a cowboy at Pega de Boi at Catch My Bull, a monthly festival of cowboy skills.

Making it up along the way

Kate MccGwire. Picture by Andrew Urwin

Turning pilloried pigeons into magnificent art and sculptures

Top five events in the first week of Brighton Digital Festival

Top five events in the first week of Brighton Digital Festival

Casting Traces by the New Movement Collective – picture by Ignius Pupinis

As good as it looks on paper

six things to see and do this weekend

Six things to see and do this weekend

Kate MccGwire

Feathers and copper for the 15th anniversary Coastal Currents Arts Festival

Top bank holiday events

Top bank holiday events

The ten shows to see at Lewes Artwave Festival

The ten shows to see at Lewes Artwave Festival

THEATRE: Open Air Shakespeare at Arundel Castle

8 things not to miss at Arundel Festival

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