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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.
Young Musician of the Year

Young Musician of the Year

A dazzling performance by cellist Leo Popplewell captured the top prize as young Sussex musicians competed for a prestigious award in Burgess Hill.

 A Rock&Ale Festival Sat 24th Aug

A Rock&Ale Festival Sat 24th Aug

A fun-filled festival with music in the open air for families and friends in fields along Rye Farm access lane in Henfield

Brighton Phil Concert Review

Brighton Phil Concert Review

Pianist Steven Osborne brought fresh life to Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto Number 3 as the Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra season closed in style on Sunday.

'The Father' in Burgess Hill

'The Father' 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.

Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra at the Dome

Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra at the Dome

Classical music lovers went globe-trotting in style at Sunday’s entertaining Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra concert at the Dome.

Concert is fitting tribute to Melanie

Concert is fitting tribute to Melanie

Sunday’s Brighton Philharmonic Concert at The Dome was dedicated to the memory of one of the orchestra’s most popular violinists, Melanie Hornsby, a mother of two children, who sadly lost her fight with cancer in the summer of last year.