Mystery Warrior: The North Bersted Man exhibition will be the first time that this extraordinary Iron Age Warrior and his burial possessions will be on public display. The exhibition will explore the life, health and death of this fascinating man. It will attempt to explain some of the questions that. . .
Join Children on the Edge this summer for our brand new virtual event 12,000 steps for 12,000 children. Walk 12,000 steps everyday for a week, a month or more, the choice is up to you. Every step you take will help make a difference to the 12,000 refugee children we. . .
BRAHMS STRING SEXTET NO 1 IN B MAJOR , OP. 18, FIRST MOVEMENT : ALLEGRO MA NON TROPPO. This work was composed in 1860 and premiered in Hanover by an ensemble led by Joseph Joachim. The sextet is scored for two violins, two violas, and two cellos. This sextet was. . .
COME AND TAKE A TOUR OF THE CATHEDRAL. As we prepare to mark #SussexDay on Tuesday 16th June, the feast day of St Richard, we invite you to complete the final steps of a pilgrimage to his shrine at Chichester Cathedral. Visit. You can also watch the Chancellor of Chichester. . .
The Same Next Day is a lockdown collaboration between writer Greg Mosse, actors Michaela Bennison (Lady of Jazz, Separate Ways), Chantelle Dusette & Felix Mosse. The draft video is chopped and graded by and videographer Benjamin Graham ( benjamingraham. co. uk ). It’s a work-in-progress, recorded in isolation, supported by. . .
COME AND JOIN DAWN AND BRENDA FOR A FABULOUS AFTERNOON OF CELEBRATION. Dawn Gracie and Brenda host a live stream Virtually Vintage Afternoon from 2. 30pm to 4pm, which may be viewed thereafter via a recording. Join Dawn and her Mum Brenda as they bring you a special edition of. . .
J. S. BACH : INVENTION NO 4 IN D MINOR. Regular festival performer cellist Ben Rogerson gives a rendition of a sublime Bach piece especially for the festival. Violin Juan Gonzales Cello Ben Rogerson. Join In. . . .
LIVE FROM KINGS PLACE : PLASTIKES KAREKLES ENJOY TRADITIONAL GREEK MUSIC. Enjoy a very special concert at Kings Place London which took place in 2018 as part of the Equator: Women of the World festival. The musicians perform a selection of their favourite rebetika and non-rebetika Greek songs, including a. . .