All aboard for this year's Arundel Festival

The Argus: The annual bathtub race. Photo by Terry Applin

5:00pm Friday 16th August 2013

If you’re struggling to see the bathtubs racing along Arundel’s river as part of its annual festival, then fear not.

Film fun for all ages at Picturehouses Kids' Club

The Argus: Film fun for all ages at Picturehouses Kids' Club

6:00pm Friday 12th July 2013

Everyone remembers the first film they saw at the cinema – whether it was a classic Disney cartoon such as Aladdin, the action adventure of Jurassic Park, or the off-the-wall (and rarely remembered) Return To Oz.

Wallace And Gromit's Musical Marvels

The Argus: Wallace and Gromit

10:00am Saturday 30th March 2013

The Guide’s Duncan Hall talks to Merlin Crossingham, creative director at Aardman Animation, about what goes on behind the scenes at Wallace And Gromit’s classical show with a difference

Young City Reads

The Argus: Michael Rosen. Photo by Terry Applin

9:00am Wednesday 6th March 2013

A great book stays with you – no matter at what age you read it.

Madagascar Live!

The Argus: The colourful and crazy lemur, King Julien, photo by Sam Stephenson

5:30pm Friday 25th January 2013

The exploits of former New York City Zoo residents on the tropical island of Madagascar are jumping off the cinema screen and into the Brighton Centre.

Hansel And Gretel

10:00am Thursday 6th December 2012

The Grimm Brothers take on the fairytale Hansel And Gretel was first published 200 years ago this month.

Holiday On Ice: Speed

The Argus: Holiday On Ice Speed

9:00am Thursday 22nd November 2012

For the past ten years we’ve been told that this year’s show is so different, and you go there and it’s still the same. We have all been waiting for this show.”

“Living with a life threatening illness can be very isolating”

10:14am Monday 19th November 2012

Brighton resident Finlay McInally believes the support he had from Macmillan helped him rebuild his life after cancer.

Clare Balding

6:00pm Friday 28th September 2012

Clare Balding held a special place in the nation’s hearts even before the Olympics and Paralympics.


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