The week is really starting to get moving now and there is lots of things to see and do all around the county.

There are two theatre shows to go and see, a chance to learn to tap dance or if you really fancy getting active, there are one of two health walks to choose from.

If there's an event taking place in Sussex that we should be covering in The Guide, feel free to send us the details to: or tweet us: @TheArgusGuide

Have a good day! 

Jeeves And Wooster In Perfect Nonsense at Chichester Festival Theatre - 7.30pm, tickets from £14.

ROBERT Webb’s tailor had better be on standby, as he takes the hapless Bertie Wooster on tour, following a three-month run at London’s Duke Of York’s Theatre last year.

“I had to take my trousers in twice last time, I lost half-a-stone – which means I can have as many biscuits as I like,” says the Peep Show star, as he prepares to start tour rehearsals alongside Jason Thorpe as Jeeves and Young Ones star Christopher Ryan as the much put-upon butler Seppings.

A big reason for that weight loss is the pure physical energy of the Goodale Brothers’ play, based loosely on PG Wodehouse’s classic farce The Code Of The Woosters.

Click here to read our preview.  

Saturday Night Fever at Theatre Royal Brighton - 7.30pm, tickets from £10.

JOURNALIST Nik Cohn’s article Tribal Rites Of The New Saturday Night inspired the film which helped catapult John Travolta to stardom. This stage version draws on the songs from what is still the best-selling movie soundtrack of all time as Tony Manero sets his sights on being the disco king.

Three Men In A Boat at Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne - 7.45pm, tickets from £15.50

JEROME K JEROME’S comic tale of what should have been an idyllic trip along the Thames accompanied by Montmorency the dog, is recreated by The Original Theatre Company.

The Stranglers at Brighton Dome Concert Hall - 7pm, tickets £24.50

ONE of the few bands from the first wave of punk to still be touring and creating new music, despite the departure of original frontman and guitarist Hugh Cornwell in 1990. Founding bassist Jean-Jacques Burnell will be leading a look back over a packed 40-year career.

Flowers at The Prince Albert, Trafalgar Street, Brighton - 8pm, tickets £5.50

COMING together through an advert to make music like: “Madonna through a broken tape machine”, London trio Flowers are gaining a reputation through their Bernard Butler-produced debut album Do What You Want To, It’s What You Should Do.



Live Sessions Performances from Sussex-based cover bands, Above Audio, Marine Parade, Brighton, 01273 606906: Free, 9pm


Jurassic Seas at Sea Life Brighton

Sea Life Brighton is set to be transformed with the global debut of its interactive attraction Jurassic Seas – opening this February half-term, Sea Life Brighton, Marine Parade, Brighton, 0871 4232110: £9.95, 10am Tumble Tots Uckfield Weekly session for toddlers to explore movement, music and rhymes, Scout Hall, Rock Parks Road, Uckfield, 07867 801185: £6, 9:30am

Adult Tap Dance

Popular and Fun Weekly advanced adult tap class, Brighton College, Montague Place, Kemptown, Brighton, 07582 726460: £7, 7:15pm

Bingo, Games & Quiz Nights

Pop Quiz Entertainment and popular culture questions, Prestonville Arms, Hamilton Road, Brighton, 01273 701007: £1, 9pm 

Singing For Health And Pleasure

Learn songs from West End shows, no experience necessary, no auditions, no need to read music., Hove Methodist Church Hall, Portland Road, Hove, 01273 555089: £3.50, 2pm

Youth Bridge In Sussex

Bridge tuition for children aged six-17, parents welcome, Avenue Bridge Club, Third Avenue, Hove, 07905 112878: Free, 5pm


Exhibition by photographer David Higgs of the hills and ancient woodland he calls home, Ashdown Forest Centre, Wych Cross, Forest Row, call 01342 823583 for details: Free, 11am

Parkland to Performance: Highlights from Chichester Festival Theatre

An exhibition showing highlights from the Chichester Festival Theatre archive, including documents, designs, photographs and props, The Capitol, North Street, Horsham, 01243 784437: Free, 10am

BHAC Art Exhibition

Rendezvous is a unique and quirky cafe and gallery which is holding an exhibition of paintings, tapestries, drawings and other artworks produced by members of Brighton & Hove Arts Council, Rendezvous Cafe & Gallery, Duke Street, Brighton, 01273 933940: Free, 7am


Seafront Healthwalk

Less than a mile, flat walk, meet at Palace Pier Entrance, Madeira Drive, Brighton, 01273 292574: Free, 10am

Castle Hill Healthwalk

Two mile walk through nature reserve, meet at Castle Hill Car Park, Castle Hill, Woodingdean, 01273 292574: Free, 10:30am