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The world’s greatest celebration of motorsport and car culture!. Held in the beautiful parkland surrounding Goodwood House, the Festival of Speed is motorsport’s ultimate summer garden party, an intoxicating celebration of the world’s most glamorous sport. Nowhere else will you get so close to the cars and bikes as they. . .
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Crafts

Tiny Treasures

4 July, 10:00 - 11:30

New Park Centre

Tiny Treasures is a 90 minute session, where we use your baby’s footprints to create beautiful keepsakes that you will treasure forever! Babies can be 0 – 6 months old or slightly older if they are still non-mobile – this is really important as we work on the floor with. . .
on the beach
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER MAGGIE AND HELENA COCHRAN. Maggie and Helena will be exhibiting a series of work based on our wonderful coastline. Maggie likes to capture the moment in her paintings, the light and the feeling of being by the sea. Photographs by Helena will include aerial images viewing the. . .
jacquelyn fugelle
International soprano Jacquelyn Fugelle is joined by pianist Christopher Johnston in a recital including songs by Ravel – Cinq Melodies Populaires Grecques; Rodrigo – Cuatro Madrigales Amatorios; Jonathan Dove – Five Am’rous Sighs; and songs by Samuel Barber. Performed within the exhibition of paintings by Catherine Barnes and prints by. . .
victor ryabchikov
Acclaimed Russian pianist Victor Ryabchikov brings his exquisite touch to a delightful programme of Russian Romantic music with a touch of Chopin. Victor is a great favourite at the Festival of Chichester and has enchanted audiences from the Peterhoff Great Palace in St Petersburg to London’s Wigmore Hall. “Unfailingly beautiful”. . .
linda kelsall-barnett
Linda Kelsall-Barnett presents an hour of her favourite guitar works, celebrating 30 years of playing and teaching classical guitar in Chichester. There will be 19th-century repertoire from her recent recording alongside works from South America by Leo Brouwer and Barrios and works by English composers John Duarte and Vincent Lindsey-Clarke. . . .
the hawkhurst gang
Writer Greg Mosse and theatre director Roger Redfarn discuss their works and collaborations including the staging of theatre productions. They will tell the story of the Hawkhurst Gang, which was recently performed in Chichester. Admission free. Donations to Smile Train. Disabled access. . . .
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MEDICINES FROM THE ORCHARD

4 July, 18:00 - 19:00

WHYKE COMMUNITY ORCHARD (MEDICINE GARDEN), BEHIND SHONE COURT, OFF EXTON ROAD, CHICHESTER, PO19 8FT.

Orchards are places where a range of wild plants and medicinal herbs thrive. Explore the biodiversity, the healing potential and historic uses of the plants. Hear about the folklore, the traditional beliefs and the scientific evidence behind the country medicine that grows here. Led by Steve Taylor, local herbalist. Tickets. . .
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Festival chairman Phil Hewitt will be in conversation with Chichester-based novelist Kate Mosse about his new book Outrunning The Demons, tales of extraordinary people who have overcome trauma and adversity through the peace and perspective that running can bring. Marathon addict Phil was stabbed and left for dead in South. . .
new theatre
DIRECTED BY BARBARA MACWHIRTER , 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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