• Pedersen eager to get medical problems sorted

    Nicki Pedersen will undergo tests in Denmark in a bid to solve the medical problems which dogged his tough weekend. Pedersen was perfect again, winning six out of six as Eastbourne Eagles outclassed Belle Vue 62-29 at Arlington on Saturday. Edward Kennett

  • Lunatics, Nightingale Theatre, Brighton

    I approached this play cautiously, due to the company's claim it represented a "theatre of violence". I could only hope they didn't attack me. As it turns out, that's exactly what they did. Lunatics is not a pleasant experience but it isn't meant to

  • Priorite A Gauche, Udderbelly, Brighton

    There couldn't be a better venue for these spoof French popstars than an upside down cow and didn't they know it. The rap, pop and rock parody duo regularly get audiences making farmyard noises for their signature tune the Animal Song so they certainly

  • Radio, Komedia, Brighton

    Charlie Fairbanks has been born slap bang in the middle of the land of dreams at the exact centre of the 20th Century. Through the eyes of this young man from Kansas, we get a personalised view of America as both Charlie and the country grow up, suffering

  • Futurology: A Global Review, Corn Exchange, Brighton

    You'll notice, from the fact Hungary is wearing fishnets, Chile has patent lapels and a lounge band is stationed just next to the presentation screen, that this is no ordinary meeting of nations. A collaboration between Brighton Festival, Suspect Culture

  • La Traviata, Royal Pavilion, Brighton

    I have long been a fan of scaled-down opera - it makes the ticket price much cheaper than major opera houses and, although you lose the spectacle and the full orchestral sound, you are often repaid with bags of intensity. In this salon production of

  • OAP dies before race-hate case

    An 81-year-old woman accused of being racist to her neighbours has died days before she was to be taken to court. Pensioner Heather Mora, of Hythe Crescent, Seaford, was listed to appear at Lewes Magistrates Court charged with racially aggravated harassment

  • Eastbourne Town on brink of title

    Whitehawk boss Ian Chapman is praying there will be one final twist in the County League title race today. Eastbourne Town will be crowned champions if they win at Oakwood while a point would be enough for Ady Colwell's side if the Hawks fail to beat

  • Sussex down to bare bones

    Chris Liddle gets another chance to continue the promising start to his one-day career for Sussex tomorrow (May 7). The left-armer, signed from Leicestershire last October, went wicketless at Taunton last week when the Sharks began their defence of the

  • Match report: Cheltenham 1 Albion 1

    A season which flattered to deceive ended on an encouraging note in the glorious Gloucestershire sunshine. Nathan Elder showed he could provide some of the firepower Albion so desperately need to avoid another flirtation with relegation next time around

  • Elder targets more goals for Albion

    Nathan Elder is targeting more starts and goals in Albion's first team. That is the robust striker's aim next season after celebrating his full debut by scoring in Saturday's closing 1-1 draw at Cheltenham. Elder's first-half header followed a dozen

  • Hastings proud to be promoted

    Sean Ray and Ade Olorunda played football together outside their Hastings homes as children. And they were acting like kids all over again on Saturday after helping United seal their place in the Ryman premier division next season. Captain Ray was

  • Widow fights insurers over holiday cash

    A widow who cancelled her dream holiday when her husband died has been told by her insurers she can't have a refund. Christina and Albert Green had planned a break in the sun at the Spanish resort of Torremolinos. But Mr Green was suddenly taken seriously

  • Ramblers blast water bosses over path

    Walkers have complained that a path along one of Sussex's best cliff top walks has been blocked for years and nothing is being done to clear it. The Ramblers Association is calling for East Sussex County Council to take action against Southern Water