Let’s go to a show

Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew is booking now, as are Andre Rieu, Glyndebourne and the National Theatre

Local artists open their studios

Artists invite the public into their studios

Young musicians at Winchelsea

Students from the Royal College of Music perform for Winchelsea Arts

The Scottish Play

Macbeth, but not as we know it

New art at the Red Door

Visit the Red Door art gallery and be dazzled by colour, abstract art and sparkle

Art Club’s Summer Exhibition

The East Sussex Art Club show their wares

Let’s go to the movies

Keanu Reeves is back as assassin John Wick, and Aretha Franklin shines in Amazing Grace

Let’s go to a show

Matthew Bourne's renowned production of Swan Lake, with its all-male corps-de-ballet, hits the screens

Murder most foul at Festival

Crime comes to Rye for the Festival

Stars shine brightly in St Mary’s

Jazz Festival music charms audiences

Famous five are Bourne free

Ever wanted to be a concert pianist? Your chance could come (sort of) in August

Macbeth – but is it?

The Rye Players perform

Let’s go to the movies

Charlize Theron is a presidential hopeful in Long Shot, while Wonder Park is set to thrill Kids' Club viewers

Let’s go to a show

Hollywood stars Sally Field and Bill Pullman are on stage live in All My Sons and the Royal Ballet puts on a triple bill

Bumper Blyton’s super adventure

Enid Blyton (well, sort of) for grown-ups

Music marks John Izod’s work

A concert was organised to celebrate and commemorate the life of John Izod on his birthday

Sergio Mendez Brazilian Jazz

Sergio Mendes in concert, a personal view

Summer songs at Northiam

Enjoy a summer concert in Northiam

Humble Boy on stage

Fairlight Players are proud to be presenting Humble Boy by award-winning playwright Charlotte Jones

Top-class concerts this weekend

Top-line artists are performing this May bank-holiday weekend