Let’s go to the movies

Emma Thompson stars as a talk-show host in Late Night

Let’s go to a show

Take That bring their 30-year anniversary tour to the stage and the Royal Ballet presents Romeo and Juliet

New acts announced for Festival

Tickets are available for more events during the Arts Festival

Jazz Festival headlines at Hever

The festival expands and attracts new audiences to Rye

Nigel Kennedy sells out

Nigel Kennedy fills the De La Warr Pavilion

Let’s go to a show

The Taming of the Shrew takes centre stage, joined by a fascinating Van Gogh exhibition for art lovers

Morris dancers in Winchelsea

The East Surrey Morris Men entertained with traditional dances

Let’s go to the movies

Aladdin is the big box office splash, but the Kino is also serving up some vintage Doris Day

Chance to hear rare Handel work

The Occasional Consort, led by leading early music exponent Anne Whiteman, is giving a performance of the rarely heard Theodora.

Drawings at Rye Art Gallery

An opportunity to see more works from the Art Gallery's permanent collection

Tapestry magic

History and stunning art combined, on display this weekend

A barn-storming show

Jane Eyre - but with laughter

Do you want JAM on that?

The annual JAM festival is back with some wonderful shows

Let’s go to the movies

Rocketman continues the life story of Elton John, and children will love The Secret Life Of Pets 2

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