Sussex football and cricket legend Tommy Cook has been honoured with a tablet on his grave.
Actors remembered their social distancing lines when they presented a cheque to a hospice.
Soprano Ailish Tynan took the Dome by storm as she sang out the old year and sang in 2020 in supreme style.
The cast in Steel Magnolias thoroughly deserved the applause that greeted them after an excellent performance that rates as one of Burgess Hill Theatre Club’s best productions.
A dazzling performance by cellist Leo Popplewell captured the top prize as young Sussex musicians competed for a prestigious award in Burgess Hill.
After the success of its move to a new panto venue, Burgess Hill Theatre Club is returning to its usual venue for its latest production.
This year’s Burgess Hill Theatre Club pantomime perfectly captures the recurring theme of good triumphing over bad.
Burgess Hill Choral Society gave a powerful and often sombre reminder of the ultimate sacrifice of those fighting wars and their innocent victims, in St Andrews Church on Saturday 8 December 2018.
The Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra’s 500th concert was as much about people like supporter Ted McFadyen as it was a celebration of a musical milestone.
Hospice patients have received a boost from Burgess Hill Theatre Club preparing for its Christmas pantomime, Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood.