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NF Simpson


22 June, 11:00

Pallant House Gallery

CHICHESTER COMMUNITY THEATRE. Three short plays by N F Simpson to celebrate the centenary of his birth. He was a proponent of The Theatre of the Absurd and his work mixes a comic brew from Lewis Carroll to W S Gilbert and The Goons. Gladly Otherwise, OH and Have Done. . .
Harbour Discovery
Come onboard our solar-powered boat to enjoy wonderful views of Chichester Harbour, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With a general commentary from the skipper and crew. Dress for the weather. Refreshments available on board and you are welcome to bring your own (no glass). No dogs except assistance dogs. Hour. . .
minerva ensemble


22 June, 13:00 - 14:00

| St John's Chapel

Chichester-born cellist Ben Rogerson is joined by colleagues from the BBC Concert Orchestra, under the auspices of the Minerva Ensemble, to perform Schubert’s enigmatic Quartett-Satz and Beethoven’s brooding string quartet in C Minor Opus 18 No. 4. Juan Gonzalez and Cormac Brown, violins, and Mike Briggs, viola, Ben Rogerson, cello. . . .
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. . .
THIS TIME IT’S PERSONAL , THE CRAZY FILM CLUB. A comedy, musical adventure film about Robin Hood and his gang stranded in the future by a vengeful Sheriff of Nottingham. Their time machine is stolen and Robin falls for a beautiful singer, leaving Marian broken-hearted. Is their love doomed? Will. . .
Clare Cassy
CLARE CASSY. An insight into the joys or otherwise of running a B&B. Willow Cottage, a listed, 17th-century property in Fishbourne was run as a B&B for many years by my mum, Sheila. Stories about guests and ghosts provided the perfect backdrop for the three novels in The Willow Cottage. . .
the green ship
Quentin Blake’s beautifully-illustrated children’s book The Green Ship is adapted for the first time into a magical stage play by Librarian Theatre. The family-friendly show is visiting libraries, schools and community spaces as part of a UK-wide tour in 2019. Recommended for children aged five years and over. Tickets £5;. . .
chichester singers
Gloria – John Rutter; Messe Solennelle – Vierne; From Darkness to Light – Jonathan Willcocks; Cantique de Jean Racine – Fauré; Panis Angelicus – Franck. Tickets £28, £23, £18, £10; students £5. Disabled access. . . .
pink floyd
Come and see a magical laser show accompanying an array of Pink Floyd music with great guitar riffs and a fine tribute to the song-writing talent of such an iconic band. A psychedelic feast to savour!. Tickets £20. Disabled access. . . .
Now, the clue is in the title. Irish-born Pat Abernethy and Dave Marsden return to the Festival for the sixth time with songs and chat in a warm, relaxed evening. Songs from Christy Moore, Van Morrison, Mary Black, The Fureys, Val Doonican and many more. “Almost brilliant” (Irish Times). Tickets. . .
La Havana
Debi Dryer (vocals) is joined by the hugely-talented Rich Carter on drums, Gareth Sidwell (bass) and Bradley Jordan (keys) in a seven-piece line-up that delivers a unique mix of funky grooves, phat licks and pulsating dance tunes to help you remember what Saturday nights are for. Tickets £5. No disabled. . .
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