FROM choir to comedy, pop to punk, there is something for everyone to enjoy coming up.

Sussex is set to play host to an array of musical talent and comedy stars in the next seven days.

To find out about all the events in the area and to list your event, visit here.

Here is a list of five upcoming events in Sussex:

Milton Jones

The Argus: Milton Jones

Worthing Assembly Hall (Friday, November 19, 7.30pm)

The comedian famed for his loud shirts and messy hair is due to take to the stage in Worthing to perform as part of his stand-up tour.

The 57-year-old won the prestigious Perrier Best Newcomer Award at the 1996 Edinburgh Festival Fringe festival.

Since then, he has gone on to perform numerous tours and appear on countless television shows.

Handel’s Messiah: Esterhazy Chamber Choir

The Argus: Handel’s Messiah: Esterhazy Chamber Choir

Handel’s Messiah Priory School, Lewes (Saturday, November 20, 7pm)

The Esterhazy Chamber Choir will be joined by orchestra La Folia, as well as soloists Alexandra Kidgell, Rebecca Leggett, Ruairi Bowen and Malachy Frame.

The performance in Lewes will be led by conductor Richard Dawson.

Tickets for the show cost £20.

UK Subs

The Argus: UK Subs

Lewes Con Club (Sunday, November 21, 7.30pm)

The punk rock band formed in London in 1976 and were among the earliest in the first wave of British punk.

The mainstay of the band has been vocalist Charlie Harper.

The other current members include bass player Alvin Gibbs, guitarist Steve Straughan and drummer Dave Humphries.

Scouting For Girls

The Argus: Scouting For Girls

Worthing Assembly Hall (Monday, November 22, 7pm)

The pop band released their self-titled debut album in 2007, which reached number one in the UK Albums Chart.

To date, Scouting for Girls have achieved eight top 40 singles, sold more than 2,000,000 records and received over 500 million streams.

They have also been nominated for four Brit Awards and one Ivor Novello Award.

Billy Bragg

Brighton Dome (Tuesday, November 23, 7pm)

The 63-year-old has been performing for more than 35 years and has recorded 12 studio albums.

At this show at Brighton Dome, doors are due to open at 7pm with his first set to begin at 8.15pm.

After a 20-minute interval at 9pm, Billy is due to perform until approximately 10.05pm.