A microcosm of British art today featuring new works created in 2020 by 34 contemporary artists. Featuring sculpture by Julian Opie, ceramics by Grayson Perry and Edmund de Waal, photographs by Gillian Wearing, paintings by Damien Hirst, Maggi Hambling and Tacita Dean and an installation by John Akomfrah all ranging. . .
Play | Develop | Lead | Commit. Our Level Up Junior Coaching programme returns from Tuesday 7 September. An exciting, fun, engaging and life skills learning programme aimed at children aged five and above to help them develop their golf. This year, we are introducing a brand new booklet to. . .
Zoom and Face to Face workshops, at 12 Northgate Chichester PO19 1BA
Feel, write, FLY is a pay as you go, facilitated journal writing workshop designed to support the wellbeing of mind and body through journal writing. The weekly, one hour journal writing workshops are delivered online by Harriet Cherriman and Lynsey Waterhouse. Each hour workshop is packed with ideas and exercises. . .
See six decades of British art through one versatile medium. Including works by Edward Bawden, Peter Blake, Tracey Emin, Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, Chris Ofili, Grayson Perry and Rachel Whiteread, amongst others, this extraordinary exhibition features over 100 prints by 90 different artists. From wood engravings and etchings to lithographs. . .
Chichester Cathedral has unveiled its plans for Advent and Christmas, inviting the Chichester community and beyond to come together in celebration, responding to the theme of: ‘The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not overcome it’ (John 1. 5). A festive programme of services, music, visual arts. . .
Tom and Barbara Good, suburban eco-warriors, and their next-door, status-conscious neighbours Margo and Jerry Leadbetter, are on stage for the first time in The Good Life , a theatrical reimagining of the TV sitcom that delighted countless millions. The cast includes actor, presenter and comedian Rufus Hound ( Dirty Rotten. . .
The acclaimed performer Sarah-Louise Young and theatremaker Russell Lucas explore the music of one of British musics most influential voices. From releasing Wuthering Heights at 19 to selling out the Hammersmith Apollo nearly 40 years later, Bush has always confounded her critics. Young invites audiences to celebrate her songs with. . .