Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

The Hawth Theatre, Crawley, today and tomorrow

The Argus:

The story of Joseph and his Technicolour Dreamcoat is a tale as old as the Bible itself.

Joseph, in this incarnation played by Union J singer Jaymi Hensley, is his father’s favourite son much to the annoyance of his 11 brothers.

With some amazing music and great script this show is one of the finest musicals around.

Union J found fame on the X Factor in 2012.

Paul Carrack

Brighton Centre, Brighton, tomorrow

The Argus:

It is fair to say that Paul Carrack has had quite an illustrious career.

The former frontman of Ace, Squeeze and Mike and the Mechanics, Paul is back on the road with his band.

With a back catalogue of hits to his name including How Long, Tempted and The Living Years, Paul has developed a fanbase of millions across the world with his soulful voice.

He has performed with and for some of the biggest bands the UK has ever produced and will now shine on stage on his own once again.

KT Tunstall

Brighton Dome, Brighton, Monday, March 18

The Argus:

One of the finest female solo artists to ever come out of the UK, KT Tunstall broke onto the scene following her 2004 album Eye to the Telescope.

Since then the singer has released five further studio albums, the latest being 2018’s Wax.

She won Best British Female Solo Artist at the 2006 Brit Awards and has been enthralling big crowds with her personal lyrics and emotive music.

She has earned a solid reputation as a live performer, meaning that most of her gigs are generally jam-packed.

The Picture of Dorian Gray

Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne, Tuesday, March 19 to Saturday, March 23

The Argus:

The Picture of Dorian Gray, based on the classic novel, celebrates Oscar Wilde’s wonderful language and will appeal to audiences old and new.

It is adapted and directed by Séan Aydon, designed by Sarah Beaton with lighting by Matt Haskins and sound by Jon Mcleod.

Jonathan Wrather, known for his roles on both stage and screen, will be joining the cast, taking the part of Lord Henry Wotton.

His other notable TV credits include Coronation Street, Silent Witness and Casualty.

Vampires Rock

Pavilion Theatre, Worthing, Friday, March 22

The Argus:

The brainchild of Steve Steinman and featuring former X Factor winner Sam Bailey, Vampires Rock is an amazing night of spooky characters, classic rock hits and a pinch of comedy.

With a superb cast of singers, dancers and a formidable live band, it is still one of theatre’s best kept secrets.

There is a brilliant pyrotechnics show involved that will be sure to warm you up and with songs like Bat Out of Hell, Highway to Hell and Sweet Child O’ Mine it’s perfect for a singalon