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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.
An Audience with Simon Nye

An Audience with Simon Nye

Put this in your 2019 Diary NOW!! My Life in Television with Simon Nye.

New Year’s Eve Viennese Gala Review

New Year’s Eve Viennese Gala Review

The delighted audience at Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra’s heart-warming New Year concert at the Dome must have been glad Ilona Domnich swapped piano for a career as a top singer.

An Audience with Simon Nye

An Audience with Simon Nye

Tue 12th February at 7:30pm - St Peter's Church, Henfield
Panto proves hit at new venue

Panto proves hit at new venue

This year’s Burgess Hill Theatre Club pantomime perfectly captures the recurring theme of good triumphing over bad.

The Armed Man

The Armed Man

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.

500th Concert a Fitting Tribute to Ted

500th Concert a Fitting Tribute to Ted

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.