Prunella Clough had an enduring curiosity in seeing the everyday anew and in so doing, making it ‘strange and unfamiliar’. She spent ‘a lifetime’s graft’ capturing the urban landscapes of Britain and this centenary celebration spans six decades of her work from her early figurative industrial scenes to her later. . .
Our first exhibition to explore Walter Hussey’s patronage of Henry Moore reveals the important relationship between artist and patron as well as capturing key moments in his career. Sculptures, etchings, lithographs and drawings all give an insight into the evolution of Moore’s work. . . .
Discover a fascinating history of alliances and connections among the women artists of the early 20th century, centred on the pioneering work of Jessica Dismorr (1885 – 1939). An artist at the forefront of the avant-garde in Britain – from her involvement with the Rhythm group during the late 1910s,. . .
An exploration of the role of art in community, identity and protest. The first chance in the UK to see American Pop artist Jann Haworth (b. 1942) and Liberty Blake’s (b. 1968) mural, Work in Progress. The 28ft mural is the result of a collaborative community project and celebrates women. . .
The mindset is a powerful thing and plays a huge part in what you achieve in your life. By becoming more aware of your own mindset and choosing to think differently, you have the potential to do so much more. In this 5-week programme you will learn more about your. . .
Treat yourself to a low-cost therapeutic massage session, either for relaxation or to address specific health concerns, with experienced practitioner Caroline King. Remedial massage enhances circulation, stimulates the lymph system and promotes wellbeing. It helps with stress-related conditions such as tension headaches, as well as sciatic problems, repetitive strain injury. . .
Experience a Reiki healing session in our Meditation Sanctuary, set in the peaceful grounds of the Hamblin garden. Reiki Master Derek Hedicker is offering a 50-minute session at a low-cost rate, to make Reiki healing accessible and affordable. Reiki is helpful in recovery from illness and injury, pain relief, stress-related. . .
Chi Kung is a really powerful system of exercise which combines breath, movement, and awareness to promote good health. A Chi Kung class teaches simple exercises that can be done in a few minutes at home, and provides a space where you can tune into what your body needs. Chi. . .
The Hamblin Low-Cost Clinic initiative is intended as a service to the community, with the aim of making complementary therapies affordable to all who may benefit from them. All Low-Cost Clinic appointments must be booked via the Hamblin Centre. Margaret O’Kelly has many years of experience of working with people. . .
Creative Writing Group with Patricia Claxton. It’s never too late to discover your creativity. Have you often thought about doing some creative writing but haven’t taken action? Well, here is an opportunity to have a go. No previous experience necessary. Everyone is welcome to join us on this journey. . .
The Hamblin Low-Cost Clinic initiative is intended as a service to the community, with the aim of making complementary therapies affordable to all who may benefit from them. All Low-Cost Clinic appointments must be booked via the Hamblin Centre. Indian Head Massage is a relaxing therapy that helps to relieve. . .
The Hamblin Low-Cost Clinic initiative is intended as a service to the community, with the aim of making complementary therapies affordable to all who may benefit from them. All Low-Cost Clinic appointments must be booked via the Hamblin Centre. Jackie O’Neill is a person-centred counsellor and therapeutic coach. The therapeutic. . .
The Hamblin Low-Cost Clinic initiative is intended as a service to the community, with the aim of making complementary therapies affordable to all who may benefit from them. All Low-Cost Clinic appointments must be booked via the Hamblin Centre. The purpose of a Wellbeing Coaching session is for clients to. . .
These friendly, welcoming sessions, held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month, are open to members and visitors alike to explore different methods of meditating in beautiful surroundings in our meditation snctuary, situated in the grounds of the Hamblin Centre. No previous experience of meditating is required, indeed,. . .
A 10-week WEA course Thursdays 10:30 – 12:30, 9 Jan – 12 March 2020. Richard Cupidi is a stimulating tutor for this popular class, encouraging students to appreciate and analyse a wide range of films through watching and discussing all aspects of film-making. Course fee £90 (fees may be waived. . .
St Michael's Hall, Summersdale Rd, CHICHESTER PO19 6PN
A practical 10-week WEA course on Fridays from 10 January 2020. With experienced tutor and artist Frank Ferrie, the small group of students explore different painting techniques and develop their own style. Please enrol in advance. Online: wea. org. uk or Tel: Sheila 01243 958826 or Email :. Fee: £90. . .
A group that meets regularly each month to provide a mutually nourishing and supportive environment for spiritual practice and development. These two-hour sessions include an opening attunement, a closing visualisation and meditation, and open discussion on a range of topics. There is a lot of laughter as we try not. . .
Come and make your own mandala; the process of which is relaxing and often meditative. These workshops with Liz Osborne are an opportunity for creative playtime, unique to ourselves. Mandala is a Sanskrit word that means circle; a centre point, from which emanates an array of symbols, shapes and forms. . . .
With Miss Carla, Miss Eryn and Miss Charlotte. Mini Classes 3/4-6y. 9am Mini Ballet 45m. 9. 45am Mini Workshop Medal Class 45m. Inter Classes 6-10y. 9am Grade 2 Ballet ISTD 45m (from age 7). 9. 45am Inter Workshop 2hr – performance team in various dance genres (from age 7) Medal. . .
Mondays with The MCD Performing Arts School. Introducing our new Singing Lessons with Johanna Opermann. Individual or small group sessions. Mic Technique SkillsVarious Music Genres. Our classes are designed to help build confidence and let children explore their vocal talent in a fun and encouraging environment. Mondays 30m sessions. 4pm. . .
Tuesdays with The MCD Performing Arts School. With Miss Carla. 4pm Mini Tap 4-6y 30m. 4. 30pm Jazz – Medal Class and formation team 7-10y 30m. 5pm Tap Grade 1 ISTD 7-10y 30m. 5. 30pm Jazz – Medal Class and formation team 11-16y 45m. 6. 15pm Tap Grade 2 ISTD. . .
Sing, Dance and Act in our new Musical Theatre class with Laura Hughes. 4pm Mini Musical Theatre 4-6y 30m. 4. 30pm Jnr Musical Theatre 7-10y 1hr. 5. 30pm Snr Musical Theatre 11-16y 1hr. Existing Customer Log in. New Customers – Booking Link. . . .
Conflict is inevitable. And for most of us, its an unwelcome and sometimes scary experience that tips us into patterns of fight (reacting angrily), flight (avoiding but not dealing with it) or freeze (shutting down). Our primitive brain takes over, leaving us incapable of calm, rational thought. But we dont. . .
HYGGE - a quality of cosiness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being. Our Top-rated Tuesday night event is back! We welcome you to join us on candlelit tables, surrounded by furs, for a specially created main & dessert. All for only £15. . . .
In 1910, the unknown Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel set sail for New York as part of Fred Karno’s famous music hall troupe, sharing a cabin and then spending two years touring North America together. Stan returned home to find success with Oliver Hardy; Charlie became one of the most. . .
Were a sucker for tradition here at Purchases & those in the know will know that we have Burns night approaching the end of this month. We think one night of haggis, tatties & neaps is not enough, so we will have some fantastic Highland dishes available all week. Why. . .
The Little Gallery opens Thursday Sunday 10. 30am 4pm, or at other times by appointment. Katherine Bowra is the Featured Artist this month showing large paintings and prints. Many other talented artists’ work is also on display including jewellery, glass, enamel, ceramics, textile art and photographic work. It’s the perfect. . .
An Introduction to Archaeology: a 5-session WEA course with Michael Pengelly. Please enrol in advance. Online: wea. org. uk or Tel: Sheila 01243 958826 or email : Cost £45 (fees may be waived in certain circumstances). This course will introduce the principles and practice of archaeology and provide the skill. . .
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. . .
A WEA Saturday morning seminar with Peter Blood. Peter Blood, former barrister and experienced WEA tutor, explores definitions of murder and manslaughter in English law today and how those crimes are being sentenced. Cost £20. Please enrol in advance. Online: wea. org. uk or Tel: Sheila 01243 958826 or Email. . .
Spring astrology lecture with astrologer Patricia Godden. An afternoon for those who want to know what astrology is and what it can and cannot do. The basics of astrology including the planets, signs of the zodiac and houses are outlined. Astrology can be used for individuals, organisations and nations. There. . .
The original walking tour group of Chichester invite you to explore the attractions of our historic Cathedral city within the Roman Walls. Tours start from The Novium and last approximately 90 minutes. . . .
Chichester Symphony Orchestra presents a family concert that will take you on a journey ‘Around the world’. A family concert, suitable for all ages that’ll take you around the world with pieces from Russia, the America’s and Europe. The concert will start at 3pm and will last for roughly an. . .
The Lodge Graylingwell Park Chichester PO19 6BZ United Kingdom
A one-off night of hilarious stand-up comedy from TV comedian and author Dominic Holland, and his warm up acts. A real treat for the people of Chichester as renowned comic Dominic Holland adds a local gig to his national tour, to provide incredible laughs at the debut event of the. . .