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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.
FieldFest 2018

FieldFest 2018

On 7th July 2018, St Peter’s C of E school, Henfield will once again by transformed into one of West Sussex’s most exciting family music festivals....

Award for Excellence presented to HTC

Award for Excellence presented to HTC

The National Operatic and Dramatic Association awarded HTC their Award for Excellence for Billy Liar. The certificate was presented to representatives of HTC last Sunday

Feast from the East for classical fans

Feast from the East for classical fans

The chilling “Beast from the East” became a “Feast from the East” in Sunday’s heart-warming Brighton Philharmonic concert.

Unfinished Symphony complete success

Unfinished Symphony complete success

Conductor and soloist Howard Shelley certainly gave good value as he coaxed the Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra to a superb performance of Schubert’s marvellous Unfinished Symphony (Number 8) at the Dome on Sunday.

Last panto at hall bows out in style

Last panto at hall bows out in style

Pantomime bowed out in great style at the doomed Martlets Hall in Burgess Hill on Saturday night.

Old is gold for Michael

Old is gold for Michael

Clarinet player Michael Collins stepped back in time to refresh an old favourite at Sunday’s Brighton Philharmonic concert.