Heaven 17

Concorde 2, Brighton, Saturday, May 25

If you were a fan of Eighties pop outfit The Human League then you probably couldn’t find a good thing to come out of their early dysfunction that came at the start of the decade.

Original member Martyn Ware left the group, leaving some fans devastated, but ended up forming Heaven 17 and having even more hits in the process.

Songs like Temptation showed that Ware certainly didn’t need the League to be a star.

They will be bringing a hit of 1980s nostalgia to Concorde 2 this weekend.

The Guilty Feminist

Brighton Centre, Brighton, Sunday, May 26

With more than 50 million downloads from across the world, The Guilty Feminist podcast has become an online sensation since its launch in 2016.

Headed up by comedian Deborah Frances-White, every week guests on the show discuss the things that 21st century feminists often debate.

For the Brighton leg of this touring show Deborah will be joined by the comic and musician quartet of Angela Barnes, Jen Brister, Sophie Duker and Grace Petrie.

Gaz Coombes

St Paul’s Art Centre, Worthing, Monday, May 27

The catchy songs that make up Gaz Coombes repertoire of hits are a mixture of indie and pop with a little punk influence thrown in for good measure.

The former Supergrass frontman may have made his name as part of the Nineties rock group but he is now arguably just as popular, if not more so, as the band he left to embark on a solo career.

Gaz has released three studio albums since going it alone, the latest being 2018’s World’s Strongest Man, which peaked at 12 in the UK album charts.

To say next week’s show is intimate is an understatement.

Pop Divas

The Capitol Theatre, Horsham, Wednesday, May 29

This is a great show that you can take the whole family to, for a night of fantastic pop music.

You can hear songs from the likes of Adele, Katy Perry, Little Mix and much, much more.

These catchy and upbeat pop hits all come from the five voices of the Pop Divas.

There is some brilliant choreography and eye catching videos to go with the vocal performance.

This show is all ages and is a great way for mum, dad and the little ones to enjoy some radio friendly hits and see a live performance.

The Jungle Book

Brighton Open Air Theatre, Brighton, Friday, May 31

The classic tale of The Jungle Book has been told time and time again.

The story has spawned a hit movie in 1967, which captured the hearts and minds of children across the world, to a real life re-adaptation in 2016, and a series of books and musicals as well.

It is a brilliant story that people of all ages love to see.

Another show that is perfect for all ages and if the weather is nice the Open Air Theatre is the perfect place to be.