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Performing Arts
Henfield is fortunate to be home to a rich variety of clubs, companies and societies covering the full spectrum of performing arts. These include the theatre and a wide range of choral and music groups to suit every taste.

"The Stepmother"

Due to the current health crisis, the Henfield Theatre Company has had to take the decision to postpone the production of "The Stepmother".

Worbey and Farrell Review

Worbey and Farrell Review

The Worbey and Farrell appearance at Brighton Dome on Sunday March 1st was the latest concert staged by the Brighton Philharmonic to give its faithful patrons a different style of programme this season.

Blood Brothers - Youth Theatre Workshop

Blood Brothers - Youth Theatre Workshop

This is an exciting NEW venture for the Henfield Theatre Company and one which is sure to be of interest to lots of new people, theatre goers and others, particularly those of us just starting on the journey into theatre.

Dick Whittington in Burgess Hill until December 22.

Dick Whittington in Burgess Hill until December 22.

Dick Whittington’s brave tramp to the bright lights of London proves immensely worthwhile in this fine performance by Burgess Hill Theatre Club.

Christian Garrick and Friends with the Brighton Philharmonic Strings

Christian Garrick and Friends with the Brighton Philharmonic Strings

Brighton Philharmonic shook things up a little for the opening concert of their season at the Dome on 10 November.

"Tommy Cook", by Phil Dennett

Brighton and Hove Albion and Sussex legend Tommy Cook is remembered in a new play by local writer Phil Dennett.