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REVIEW: Chichester City Band, Festival of Chichester

This year Chichester City Band (CCB) had the honour and pleasure of opening the annual Festival with a very fine concert in St Paul’s Church.
Music
Deborah

Deborah Rose and Mari Randle at the Festival of Chichester

Deborah Rose and Mari Randle join the Festival of Chichester for a date at St John’s Chapel, St John’s Street, Chichester on Thursday, June 21, with support from singer-songwriters David Farnan and Olivia Stevens.

Music

VIDEO: novelist Kate Mosse helps launch the Festival of Chichester

Watch Kate describe why the Festival is so important to the city.

Arts

Festival of Chichester 2018 gets under way!

The sixth festival of Chichester got under way on the Cathedral Green on Saturday afternoon, ushering in four weeks of top-quality entertainment in and around the city – an ambitious programme of more than 200 events spanning art, theatre, music in all its forms, books, walks and outings.

Arts
Thomas Wentworth

Former city solicitor explores "the country's most unjust treason trial"

A former Chichester solicitor now living in Australia is back in the old country to launch his new novel at the Festival of Chichester.

Arts
Catherine Barnes in Juno Studio 2018

Artist Catherine Barnes is back at the Festival of Chichester

Popular Festival of Chichester artist Catherine Barnes is once again contributing to this year’s month-long arts and community celebration.
Arts
Ensemble Reza

Ensemble Reza at the Festival of Chichester

Ensemble Reza have been one of the great West Sussex musical success stories in recent years.

Music
Martyn Blunden

Latest book from Shoreham writer Martyn Blunden

Charlie and his time-travelling plane are back in the third novel for young adventurers by Shoreham author Martyn Blunden.

Arts
The Battle of the Sexes

Battle of the Sexes screening for cancer detection trust

The Mary How Trust Film Society will be screening Battle Of The Sexes on Tuesday, June 26 at 7.30pm at West Chiltington Village Hall.

Arts
Sheila Hancock in Edie

Film review: Edie (3 out of 5)

We all have actors who become part of our life - we grow up watching them on TV, in films and even on the stage.

Arts
Flairz

Horsham’s fundraising festival features tunes of Michael Jackson, Little Mix and more

The Big Gig, a fundraising family music festival, takes place at Horsham Sports Club on Saturday, June 16, this year.

Music
Sussex Day is celebrated on June 16 every year

All you need to know about Sussex Day

Sussex Day is upon us – here's why we celebrate it and what's going on...

Arts
Imy Luc

20th summer festival at Bognor's Regis School of Music

The Regis School of Music is offering its 20th summer festival this year, promising a glittering array of talents.

Music
Gandini Juggling

10 things coming up in Worthing!

Things you won't want to miss!

Music
Mark Newnham

Morning Melodies in Worthing

The next presentation of Morning Melodies takes place at Emmanuel United Reformed Church Worthing on Wednesday, June 27. Marcus Martin will present an hour’s music on piano and organ and will be joined by special guest, actor, singer and guitarist Mark Newnham.

Music
Richard

Richard Durrant heads back home for Shoreham gig

Shoreham-based concert guitarist and composer Richard Durrant has been touring the UK in 2018 as part of his Stringhenge album launch.

Music

Tamzin offers recital of delights for Festival of Chichester

Tamzin Barnett (soprano), who sang so beautifully in April at the unveiling of this year’s Festival of Chichester programme, returns to the festival itself with her own recital.

Music
Think Floyd

ENTERTAINMENT LISTINGS: Friday to Thursday, June 15-21

Concerts, stage shows, exhibitions and stand-up comedy gigs across Sussex

Theatre and Comedy
Pennie Billinghurst

Rabbit Hole is Drip Action stage challenge

Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire will be the early-summer outing for Arundel’s Drip Action theatre company.

Theatre and Comedy
The Chichester Players

'Allo 'Allo at the Festival of Chichester

As stage manager Gill Montgomery says, it’s a pretty odd list of props she’s got to keep an eye on.

Theatre and Comedy
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