Your Sussex March musical diary

PUBLISHED: 12:42 29 February 2012 | UPDATED: 21:08 20 February 2013

Your Sussex March musical diary

Your Sussex March musical diary

There's so much happening in Sussex!

3-4 March

Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra

On March 3rd and 4th at 2.45pm. A programme including musical portraits of England and Hungary. This programme includes a work from Bax (a great supporter of and attender at BPO concerts in the Thirties), the Vaughan Williams Norfolk Rhapsody and also the Elgar cello concerto, one of the most famous and moving works in the repertoire and written in deepest Sussex. With Barry Wordsworth (conductor) and Robert Cohen (on cello.) Tickets: 9-32.

The Dome, Brighton: 01273 709709.

5-10 March

Dreamboats and Petticoats

This new feel-good musical production will take you back to a time when each passing week brought another classic track. Featuring classic tracks from Roy Orbison, The Shadows, Eddie Cochran, Billy Fury, and many more.

Tickets: 18-31. Theatre Royal, Brighton: 0844 871 7650.

16 March

The Stranglers

7pm. To celebrate the 35th anniversary of their debut release, Rattus Norvegicus, and in anticipation of their 17th studio album in 2012, the original punk-pop renegades are back on the road.
Tickets: 23. The Dome, Brighton: 01273 709709.

17 March

Kasai Masai

7.45pm. The sound of the old and new, of the countryside and the city, from deep in the heart of Africa. Traditional sounds of remote equatorial villages with an urban twist.

Kasai Masai play ancestral music passed on from generation to generation rooted in the healing power of percussion and chanting combined with the majestic sound of the Congolese folk guitar. Tickets: 14.

The Hawth, Crawley: 01293 553636.

23-25 March

The Third Frant Three Choirs Festival

Featuring The Chancel Singers (23 March), Quorum Chamber Choir (24 March), Polyphony (24 March) and Dame Felicity Lott accompanied by pianist Sebastian Wybrew (25 March). Weekend-pass ticket: 22 to pick and mix or see all of them.

Tickets available from Frant Stores, or telephone Paul Barber 01892 750665 or David Cragg 01892 750845. The Festival is in aid of the conservation of Frant Church.

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