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Historical Association
Professor Jonathan Harris of London University will give a talk on ‘Byzantium and the Crusades’. Visitors pay at door £2. . . .
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This session is suitable for those who have made a start at experimenting with crochet. If you are getting to grips with holding your hook & yarn and have had a little play with the basic stitches - you are ready to have a go at the ever popular Granny. . .
prebendal senior musicians
This is a lovely opportunity to hear a range of solo performances from the senior musicians of The Prebendal School. A variety of pieces will be played by the school’s dedicated pupils on a range of instruments. Everyone is welcome. Free admission. Disabled access. . . .
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THE STORYTELLER , UPSTAIRS @ ST MARTIN’S TEAROOMS. In 1891, Dvorak was invited to establish America’s first national music conservatoire. His time there, albeit brief, produced works considered among his greatest, including the New World Symphony. The Storyteller, aka Len Gould, relates the bittersweet tale in words and music. Come. . .
chi tour guides
An easy 90-minute walk with a qualified and knowledgeable Green or Blue Badge guide takes you through Chichester’s past within the historic walls of this beautiful city. From Roman times to present day we give an intriguing insight into 2,000 years of Chichester history. Tickets £6. Disabled access. MEET AT. . .
craig gershater
We all love a good spy film. This talk by Craig Gershater, Cambridge lecturer, writer, and scientist, explores the origins of spying in Cambridge University. From Elizabethan times to the Cambridge 5, they seemed to choose to work for both sides. We investigate. Donations to Cancer Research UK. Admission free. . . .
gina challenge
CHALK TRACKS BY GINA CHALLEN. Join local writer Gina Challen as she reads from her debut collection of short stories, Chalk Tracks. Rooted in the landscape of the South Downs, these brooding stories of haunted lives and fragile hopes explore the places where the familiar threatens. The readings to be. . .
Merry Wives
Double-meanings, disguises and dirty laundry abound in The Merry Wives of Windsor as Sir John Falstaff sets about improving his financial situation by wooing Mistress Page and Mistress Ford. But the Merry Wives quickly cotton on to his tricks and decide to have a bit of fun of their own. . . .
lotus de verniers
The internationally-acclaimed author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin Louis de Bernières returns to the Festival after sell-out shows last summer. This year he entertains with his highly-original, moving and inspiring songs in a programme of words and music. With support from jazz/poetry duo Jamie Leeming (guitar) and Barry Smith (words). Tickets. . .
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