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Royal Shakespeare Company at Latitude

The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) returns to the Latitude Festival with a chilling new event to be held at the witching hour on Saturday 18 July and at dusk on Sunday 19 July.

Specially commissioned by the RSC, Here Lies Mary Spindler has been created by director Elizabeth Freestone, RSC Movement Director Struan Leslie, playwright Phil Porter, sound designer Adrienne Quartly, designer Tom Scutt and the Suffolk Trial Society.

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London Churches, Part 1

A new project from Hyperliterature Exchange founder Edward Picot aims to visit every church in the City of London.

Documenting every church in the city - and probably a few outside - Edward will use the visits as the basis of an online work.

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Worthing Keeps Getting Funnier

An array of funny people are going to be performing their socks off for charity on Friday 10th July at Worthing's Heene Gallery.

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Chichester Festival Youth Theatre's Big Heart

Over 200 young people will take part in a huge outdoor art project on Saturday 4 July to help promote National Transplant Week.

All aged between 11 and 19, the Chichester Festival Youth Theatre will dress in identical white suits to build the image of a giant lifeless man on Oaklands Park, next to the Festival Theatre. The group will then present a specially devised performance bringing the body to life, using oversized replicas of essential human organs, including a giant heart and pair of lungs, created by Brighton based community arts group Same Sky. The short performance aims to raise awareness of organ donation amongst young people.

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Financial Scandals at Festival Theatre

Lucy Prebble's play ENRON will receive a world premiere at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester in July.

Based on real life and using music, movement and video, ENRON explores one of the most infamous scandals in financial history, reviewing the tumultuous 1990s and casting a new light on the financial turmoil in which the world finds itself in 2009.

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Play on Meaning? - Computer Games as Art

Newly co-published by Furtherfield and The Hyperliterature Exchange: is an examination of the new genre of art computer games, dealing with The Princess Murderer by Geniwate and Deena Larsen, The Free Culture Game by Molleindustria, The Marriage by Rod Humble, Samorost 2 by Amanita Design, The Graveyard by Tale of Tales and Gravitation by Jason Rohrer.

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Sell out night expected for Worthing comedy club

After the packed crowd at Matt’s Comedy Club earlier this year for the visit of Jude Simpson, organisers are expecting a sellout for their next night, set for 18 June.

The popular club, run with a clean comedy and family-friendly ethos, has another cracking line-up guaranteed to provide a great night out at The Dome’s first floor Function Suite.

Heading the 18 June bill is Cornishman Paul Kerensa, described by The Stage as “a comic wave that just keeps coming”.

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A Delight Launches End Of The Pier Film Festival

Former Coronation Street actor and Hove resident Brian Capron is starring in ‘Ambleton Delight’, a  feature film launching The End of the Pier Film Festival in Worthing.

Capron will join the cast and crew at the star studded event taking place in The Ritz,  with a full house of over 200 people expected. 'Ambleton Delight' is a 112 minute feature filmed exclusively in Sussex, showcasing local talent and locations including Coronation Street star Brian Capron, in the role of the village mayor.

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Leader of Shore Sounds Community Choir Releases CD

Carol Prior, well known in Hastings for running Shore Sounds Community Choir fot the last 8 years, is launching her debut CD 'Sweet Precious Time'.

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Fine Line Between Collaboration and Betrayal At Chichester's Minerva Theatre

Ronald Harwood’s Taking Sides and Collaboration return to Chichester after playing to full houses during their last visit to the Festival Theatre. The two plays appear prior to a West End run at the Duchess Theatre from 20 May.

Written as separate plays but designed to complement each other, Collaboration and Taking Sides both explore the fine line between collaboration and betrayal during the Second World War.