FROM stand-up comedy to folk rock, there is something for everyone to enjoy coming up in the next week.

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

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

Here is a list of five upcoming events in Sussex:

The Quireboys with Special Guest The Troy Redfern Band

The Argus: The Quireboys

Concorde 2, Brighton (Friday, January 21, 7pm)

The rock band formed in 1984 and is made up of Spike, Guy Griffin, Paul Guerin, Keith Weir, Gary Ivin and Pip Mailing.

The band were successful during the late 1980s and early 1990s, with their debut album A Bit of What You Fancy reaching No. 2 on the UK Albums Chart.

Their highest charting single in the UK Singles Chart was with the song Hey You.

Komedia Comedy Club

The Argus: Komedia Comedy Club Komedia Comedy Club

Komedia Brighton (Friday, January 21, 8pm)

The venue has since teamed up with independent comedy promoters Little Wander, with their new-look comedy nights set to begin this Friday.

The newly named Komedia Comedy Club, previously of Krater Comedy Club, will now be hosted by “a range of seasoned MCs”.

Katherine Ryan

The Argus: Katherine Ryan

De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill (Saturday, January 22, 8pm)

The comedian is set to perform her stand-up show Missus.

The creature of Netflix hit The Duchess will discuss her marriage and family in the show.

Burn The Floor

The Argus: Burn The Floor

Brighton Dome (Sunday, January 22, 5pm)

Kevin Clifton and the Ballroom dance company are set to take to the stage.

After the sell-out success of the first UK tour of Burn the Floor in 2019, the fiery, energetic and revolutionary production will showcase a mix of live music, choreography and dance.

James Bay

The Argus: James Bay

Komedia Brighton (Tuesday, January 25, 8pm)

The Brit award-winning musician is set to take to the stage in Brighton.

The Hertfordshire-born singer-songwriter will be touring grassroot music venues in a solo show as part of Independent Venue Week.

His first album Chaos and the Calm debuted No. 1 in the UK charts, earning him three Grammy nominations.