Glynde Place, Glynde, Saturday June 30 - Sunday July 1

Summer has got to be the perfect time for a Jazz Festival, and where better for it than the scenic surroundings of Glynde Place.

Love Supreme returns for another year, with another absolutely stonking line-up to keep everyone entertained.

The likes of Elvis Costello, Earth Wind and Fire, Steve Winwood, Level 42 and George Clinton, plus many more, will all grace the stage across one action-packed weekend.

If you’re a fan of sun, singing and one heck of a show, then this weekend long jazz extravaganza will be right up your street.

Snap up any remaining tickets before they’re all gone.

Lloyd Langford & Kiri Pritchard McLean

Komedia, Brighton, Monday, July 2

Another fantastic comedy double bill brought to you by Komedia, and with a little help from Edinburgh Fringe, with artists needing to preview their shows.

The one-two of Lloyd Langford and Kiri Pritchard-McLean is not to be missed.

Two very different, but equally funny, comedians that will have you laughing your socks off.

Charm and light-heartedness is something to expect from this show. Don’t miss out.

Nina Conti & Dominic Holland

Constitutional Club, Lewes, Thursday, June 5

With her off-brand style of ventriloquism, Nina Conti is quickly becoming a household name on the UK comedy circuit.

With the help of her monkey puppet, Nina gets a kick from inviting people on stage to don her mouthpiece and have her put words in their mouths.

There is something quite entertaining about seeing an unsuspecting member of the public says things they wouldn’t normally say.

Nina is joined by a man who could easily join Will Ferrell and John C Reilly as the third member of Step Brothers

Andrew O’Neill & Candy Gigi Markham

The Caroline of Brunswick, Brighton, Thursday, July 5

Andrew O’Neill is a man after my own heart, by which I mean he is a die hard metal fan.

Something that Andrew possess that I don’t, however, is an incredible ability to make people laugh.

His science-fiction twists on reality, combined with his onstage persona, make for a truly special evening.

It probably isn’t understating the situation to say that Andrew is one of the most unique performers on the British comedy circuit.

Check him out as he talks about the decline of British industry.

He’ll be joined by Candy Gigi Markham, just to make the evening even more bizarre...if it wasn’t already.

Little Mix

County Ground, Hove, Friday, July 6

It isn’t over-exaggerating to say that Little Mix are the biggest girl band in the world at the moment.

Since they burst onto the scene following their crowning as X Factor winners in 2011, the group have gone from strength to strength.

With a strong repertoire of songs to their name, and the ability to take the stage by storm, it seems that Perrie, Jesy, Leigh-Anne and Jade have really come into themselves as a collective.

The County Ground will be the perfect place for them to embrace the summer sun and get the crowd moving.