Here's the best of this week's drama, comedy, mystery and farce at theatres around Sussex.

DOMINIC HOLLAND, Hawth Studio, Crawley, June 8: This award-winning comedian and author has an enviable knack of saying what we've all thought at one time or another - only making it funnier. His many TV appearances include Clive Anderson Now, Jim Davidson Presents and Have I Got News For You and his books include Only in America. Starts 8.15pm, tickets £6.50/£8.50. Call 01293 552941.

SWEET REVENGE, Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne, June 9-14: As part of the murder mystery season comes this thriller about a married cardiac consultant called Ross. His wife reveals her affair with notorious womaniser Julian, shortly before the latter dies from a heart attack and Ross's assistant finds phials of a potentially lethal drug are missing from the clinic. Ross becomes the prime suspect. Starts 7.45pm and 2.30pm matinees Wed and Sat, tickets £7 to £13. Call 01323 412000.

IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY, Hawth Theatre, Crawley, June 9-14: A farce set in a hospital complete with senile patients and huge syringes of tranquillisers. It follows the disastrous events Dr Mortimore has to endure as he is about to be made a knight. The all-star cast includes Jeffrey Holland from Hi-De-Hi and David Griffin from Keeping Up Appearances. 8pm and Saturday matinee 2.30pm, tickets £12.50/£16. Call 01293 553636.

THE RECONSTITUTED WIFE, Komedia, Brighton, June 11: "Wives, submit to your husbands," comes the war cry from Lizzie Barry, self-help guru for broken relationships. Lizzie and Dave had the perfect marriage until the inevitable cracks appeared. A sharp satirical satire that will reveal who's wearing the trousers in your relationship or, more to the point, who is ironing them. 8pm, tickets £6.50/£8.50. Call 01273 647100.