Horatio’s, Palace Pier, Brighton, Friday, September 12
Brighton's own Aidan Goatley hosts a night of top comedy in aid of The Argus Appeal.
On the bill are David Jordan, Gary Tro, Chris Stewart, Jane Postlethwaite and Russ Peers with music from Daryn Buckley.
The ticket price includes a fish and chip supper or vegetarian alternative and discounted rides on the pier.
Starts 7.30pm, tickets £15. Call 01273 544465.
I Am Mark, Marlborough Theatre, Princes Road, Brighton, Friday, September 5, and Saturday, September 6, 7.30pm, £12/£10, 01273 570028
Applecart theatre company recast Jesus as a rebel leader strapping a bomb to himself in this modern-day makeover of the Gospel Of St Mark as seen at the West End's Leicester Theatre.
Ha Ha Hood And The Prince Of Leaves Winter Gardens, Carlisle Street, Eastbourne, Monday, September 8, 7.45pm, £21/£19.50, 01323 412000
Hi-de-Hi's Su Pollard stars alongside Cannon And Ball in a comedy caper where an ageing Robin Hood and Maid Marian are forced to work together again ten years after a messy divorce.
Not About Heroes Unitarian Church, New Road, Brighton, Thursday, September 11, to Saturday, September 13, 7.30pm, 2.30pm matinee, Fri, 2pm Sat, tickets £15/£10, www.notaboutheroes.com
Stephen Macdonald's take on the meeting between war poets Seigfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen in Craiglockhart War Hospital uses excerpts from the pair's poetry, letters and autobiographical writing.