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Bill Bailey who plays Brighton Centre this week

Whimsy, music and comedy from Bill Bailey at Brighton Centre this week

Robert Powell in King Charles III UK tour at Chichester Festival Theatre. Credit Richard Hubert Smith

Robert Powell on playing a future king in King Charles III at Chichester Festival Theatre and his love of the monarchy

The cast of Aladdin at Emporium on the Brighton WheelLeft to right: Grace Riach, Tyler Kennington (Aladdin), Rory Maguire, and Mike GoodenoughCredit Terry Applin

Eight stage shows not to miss across Sussex this week

Hairspray at Theatre Royal Brighton. Credit Ellie Kurttz

The feelgood musical with a message Hairspray comes to Theatre Royal Brighton

Ed Byrne. Credit Roslyn Gaunt

Ed Byrne on growing up, family life and his aim to walk the country's highest peaks.

The Tiger Lillies in Lulu A Murder Ballad. Credit Tom Arber

Curator Laura Ducceschi introduces the third celebration of cutting edge music and visuals Earsthetic at Brighton Dome

Jersey Boys (L-R) Sam Ferriday, Matt Corner, Stephen Webb and Lewis Griffiths at Eastbourne's Congress Theatre. Credit Helen Maybanks

Nine stage shows not to miss across Sussex this week

Flanders And Swann at Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne

11 top stage shows this week across Sussex

David Hasselhoff in Last Night A DJ Saved My Life

The Hoff stars in a brand new jukebox musical at Eastbourne

Julia St John who is directing Walter and Lenny

How an unlikely Anglo-American friendship led to the Chichester Psalms 50 years ago

Private Lives - Tom Chambers & Laura Rogers. Photo by Shaun Webb

Noel Coward favourite comes to Theatre Royal Brighton in 2016

Don Quixote. Credit Gustaf Nilsson

Don Quixote rides again in a new stage show at the Dome Studio Theatre

He Had Hairy Hands by Kill The Beast

Kill The Beast combine horror and comedy with a werewolf tale for Halloween

Priscilla Queen of the Desert. Photo credit Paul Coltas

Blue's Duncan James on donning high heels and dresses for Priscilla Queen Of The Desert

The cast on a restored period bus. Credit Carol Godsmark

New community theatre group gets on the bus to tell a little-known wartime story

Rob Beckett at Brighton Comedy Festival

Ten Sussex stage shows not to miss this week

The Odyssey starring Chris Reilly, Colin Tierney and Roger Evans.

An ancient epic reimagined by poet Simon Armitage at Theatre Royal Brighton

Paul Whitehouse as football manager Julio Geordio and Harry Enfield as his hapless interviewer

Harry and Paul launch their first national tour in Brighton

Footloose. Credit Darren Bell

Footloose The Musical comes to Brighton next summer

And Now: The World. Credit Flavia Fraser-Cannon

Seven of the best stage shows in Brighton and Sussex this week

Daphna (Ailsa Joy) and Jonah (Jos Slovick) in Bad Jews credit Nick Spratling

Battle lines are drawn in the West End and Broadway hit Bad Jews

Romesh Ranganathan

Book now - Lewes Literary Society and Romesh Ranganathan

Glyndebourne Tour's Don Pasquale in rehearsal. Credit James Bellorini

Baritone John Brancy on tackling the trickster Dr Malatesta in Glyndebourne Tour's Don Pasquale

Sister at Marlborough Theatre. Credit Julia Bauer

11 stage shows not to miss in Sussex this week

Rehearsals of Nothing at Glyndebourne. Credit Sam Stephenson

World premiere of a Glyndebourne Youth Opera production to mark 30 years of working with young singers

Mrs Pat at Minerva Theatre, Chichester

Penelope Keith takes the role of a grand dame of the theatre stranded during wartime

Michael Palin

Michael Palin looks back over three decades of travel and comedy in Eastbourne

The Full Monty at Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

11 stage shows and events across Sussex this week

Shobana Jeyasingh Dance. Credit Chris Nash

Shobana Jeyasingh Dance explores journeys through life with a new double bill

Bernard Shaw Invites You starring Paddy O'Keeffe at Rialto Theatre

Eight stage shows not to miss in Sussex this week

Des McAleer in rehearsal for Chichester Festival Theatre's Platonov. Credit Johan Persson

A chance to see the birth of a theatrical genius at Chichester Festival Theatre

Jess Green and the Mischief Thieves in Burning Books. Credit Nathan Human

Poet Jess Green goes back to school with state-of-the-nation show Burning Books

Imogen Sage and Richard Clews in Rebecca. Credit Steve Tanner

Daphne du Maurier's tale of jealousy by the Cornish coast comes to Theatre Royal Brighton

Outpost at The Old Market, Hove

Bickering border guards discover a new world in Green Ginger's new puppet theatre piece

Paradise Lost. Credit ZoeManders

Ten Sussex stage shows not to miss this week

Rosemary Ashe and Sara Crowe in Crush

Go back to school with jolly new boarding school musical Crush

Avenue Q's Kate Monster

Puppet coach Nigel Plaskitt on bringing Avenue Q to life

Jasper Carrott with Bev Bevan

Jasper Carrott on folk clubs, Tom Lehrer and returning to the live stage after 15 years.

King Charles III Credit: Johan Persson - www.perssonphotography.com

What to look forward to in Chichester this winter

Patrick Robinson and Ian Kelsey in The Shawshank Redemption. Credit Mark Yeoman

Reimagining one of the greatest movies of all time on the Theatre Royal Brighton stage

Someone Who'll Watch Over Me - Adam Rayner in rehearsal. Photo Manuel Harlan

Finding black humour in the darkest of situations with Frank McGuinness's Someone Who'll Watch Over Me

The Great Gatsby - Adam Jowett and Celeste De Veazey. Credit Alex Harvey-Brown

Fitzgerald's tragedy of the jazz age comes to Eastbourne's Devonshire Park Theatre

Jesus Christ Superstar. Credit Pamela Raith

X Factor's Rachel Adedeji on her first musical theatre role in Jesus Christ Superstar

Avenue Q comes to Brighton

Image from [arre]stre in Brighton Digital Festival 2014. Credit Genevieve Smith-Nunes.

A marriage between classical ballet and computer science theory at Brighton Digital Festival

Michael McIntyre on returning to the arenas after a three-year gap.

Michael McIntyre on returning to the arenas after a three-year gap.

The Magic Of Motown at Worthing Pavilion Theatre

Seven Sussex stage shows for all the family this week

The Last Match director Kit Monkman and writer Colin Philpott

Recreating an unforgettable match at Hove's county ground

Flare Path in rehearsal - Leon Ockenden as Peter and Olivia Hallinan as Patricia

Rattigan's wartime play takes off in Eastbourne

The Three Musketeers at The Hawth Amphitheatre, Crawley

Five top stage shows in Sussex

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