Simon Caine

The Caroline of Brunswick, Brighton, Sunday, April 28

Panic rooms are becoming more and more popular, with groups of friends challenging themselves to escape the puzzle-based games within the time limit.

But if the title of Simon Caine’s new show is to be believed, Every Room Is A Panic Room If You Overthink Enough.

Simon’s new show focuses on our developing relationship with social media and whether, as a society, we value attention more than personal growth.

He will delve into what links these things together.

The Picture of Dorian Gray

The Capitol Theatre, Horsham, Monday, April 29 to May 4

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.

Mark Steel

Connaught Theatre, Worthing, Wednesday, May 1

We are going through turbulent times.

But no matter what it is you’re worried about Mark Steel is trying to assure people that Every Little Thing’s Gonna Be Alright.

The Sussex comedian, author and columnist has come up with a new stage show that makes the world seem even more mental than it actually is... if that was possible.

Over the course of the show Mark will try and prove that things could always be worse.

Using his veteran comedic skill, you’ll struggle to not burst out laughing multiple times.

Catfish and the Bottlemen

Brighton Centre, Brighton Thursday, May 2

Formed in North Wales in 2007, Catfish and the Bottlemen have been tipped as the next big band to break out of the UK.

The indie rockers started turning heads when their debut album, The Balcony, reached number ten in the charts.

And since then they have gone from strength to strength.

Their second album, 2016s The Ride, peaked at number one and with festival and arena appearances already under their belt there is no telling how far this band can go.

They will rock the Brighton Centre.

Bogan Bingo

Komedia, Brighton, Thursday, May 2

Have you ever thought regular bingo was too boring and mundane to go to?

Well then you definitely need to check out Bogan Bingo.

Hosted by two mulleted Australians bingo callers, this is not your average night out.

Special prizes, some impressive dance moves and a whole host of epic Eighties rock anthems mean there’s never a dull moment at Bogan Bingo.

After a night with this lost you’ll see bingo in a whole new light, head on down.