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wizardry
Join Simon Philip as he introduces Fred Wizard in Training. Being a wizard sounds pretty great, right? Except that Fred is absolutely, completely, mind-bogglingly terrible at magic. Find out if Fred can prove to his family he’s not the worst wizard in town! For ages six to nine. Free admission. . . .
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Sue England and Sylvia Kopecek are exhibiting at their studio and in the adjacent St Giles church. Sue’s work is diverse, but always returns to the landscape. This series of work will be about PAGHAM HARBOUR. Sylvia is exhibiting cut-outs in wood and acrylic, drawings and paintings. The work is. . .
chi highlights
Spend around one and a half hours with one of our experienced guides walking round Chichester, hearing fascinating details about the past and present of the city, learning about some of the interesting buildings and seeing the nooks and crannies of some of the historical back streets. Tickets £5. Disabled. . .
going for a song
A CHRONICLE OF THE UK RECORD SHOP ,. In an entertaining talk illustrated with music from old records, author Garth Cartwright discusses how the humble record shop grew from selling wax cylinders into the huge HMV chain, sparked Richard Branson’s Virgin empire and, after the collapse of record shops, has. . .
guitars
Guitars in the Garden play café music, genre from Bach to Blues, Django to contemporary, which is interspersed with voice. The venue is the lovely restaurant garden of West Dean, with beautiful views of the Downs. The restaurant will be open for food and drink. Tickets £8. Disabled access. . . .
community theatre
The Odds of Being Earnest by Greg Mosse: the scene is Monte Carlo in 1914, 20 years after The Importance of Being Earnest and reveals a chance meeting between Lady Bracknell and Canon Chasuble. Plus The Dark Lady of the Sonnets by George Bernard Shaw: William Shakespeare, intending to meet. . .
sull'aria
TAMZIN BARNETT AND RHIANNON MERRIFIELD. Enjoy an evening of songs and duets for soprano with Tamzin Barnett and Rhiannon Merrifield, singers from Chichester. Tamzin recently made her debut with New Sussex Opera and Rhiannon studies at the renowned Royal Northern College. The concert will feature music by Mozart, Rossini and. . .
chichester symphony orchestra
Catherine Lawlor will be the soloist in Brahms’ violin concerto. Catherine is a brilliant young violinist who has studied and performed extensively in this country as well as Europe Asia and the USA. CSO will also perform Dvorak’s Slavonic Dances and his Symphony No 5. Simon Wilkins conducts. Tickets £12;. . .
rolling tones
Travel back in time to the heyday of the 1960s and 1970s and revel in this authentic tribute to the legendary Rolling Stones playing the hits that shook the establishment and made them so unique. Remember, it’s only Rock ‘n’ Roll and you will like it, like it. Satisfaction guaranteed!. . . .
West Dean College 2
DIRECTED BY JOHN HYATT , THE PERGOLA OPEN AIR THEATRE , NEW THEATRE PRODUCTIONS ,. Proudly Present for their 40th-anniversary year. Tickets £10; children under 16 £8. Disabled access. Picnics welcome. The West Dean Gardens Restaurant for pre-theatre supper and/or drinks until 7. 30pm on theatre nights; tel 01243 818215. . . .
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