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We shall be having our working group on the 6th July as usual. Meet at the wooden bridge beside the pond at 10:00 a. m. We’ll be doing general maintenance, litter picking, Grange bank maintenance, pond dipping to monitor invertebrates in the water, bumblebee monitoring and water monitoring. Those who. . .
summer show
The West Dean Visual Arts Summer Show 2019 will showcase original work by emerging artists studying for their graduate diploma and MFA qualifications. The free exhibition, held in the college’s Edward James Studios, will display a diverse range of practices including sculpture, installation, print, painting, film, ceramics, and textiles. It. . .
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Sue England and Sylvia Kopecek are exhibiting at their studio and in the adjacent St Giles church. Sue’s work is diverse, but always returns to the landscape. She has done a new body of work based on Pagham Harbour, a place she lives to walk and paint in. Sylvia is. . .
Amici concerts
Bogdan Vacarescu and Julian Jacobson return to Chichester with a stunning selection of beloved pieces and lost masterworks for violin and piano featuring music by Beethoven, Chopin and Castelnuovo-Tedesco. Programme to include Tartini – Devil’s Trill Sonata, Brahms – Hungarian Dance No 17 and Julian Jacobson’s composition Orang-u-Tango. Tickets £15. . . .
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. . .
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Glass fusing is the technique used to join glass pieces together by partly melting the glass at high temperature. The fusion process requires multiple pieces of glass, with a minimum of two. The heating is commonly undertaken in an electric kiln. It’s easy to learn the basics of fusing glass. . . .
NF Simpson
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. . .
quaker
CHICHESTER QUAKERS. A guided walk to places of Quaker interest, about an hour and a half, about a mile and a half, ending with tea in the Meeting House. Tickets £3; students free; children free. Disabled access. . . .
Oasis of Peace
CHICHESTER QUAKERS. Jack Omer-Jackaman speaks about a unique community of Jewish and Palestinian-Arab Israeli citizens, located midway between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Tickets £5; students free; children free. Disabled access. . . .
southdown band
The Southdowns Concert Band together with The Walton Voices present a fantastic concert to reflect a musical Journey through Time and Space, in the wonderful acoustics of Chichester Cathedral. The proceeds will be donated to Dementia Support (Sage House). The compere for the evening is novelist and Cicestrian Kate Mosse. . . .
john law
“One of the UK’s most imaginative and versatile jazz pianists” (International Piano Magazine) presenting original compositions and new versions of tunes from the jazz repertoire, merging classical sensitivity and form with jazz harmonies and rhythm. Performed in the paintings and prints exhibition by Catherine Barnes and Daphne Casdagli. Tickets £12;. . .
midsummer charity concert
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MIDSUMMER CHARITY CONCERT

6 July, 19:30

CHICHESTER BAPTIST CHURCH, SHERBORNE ROAD, CHICHESTER, PO19 3AW.

Concert of accessible vocal and instrumental music in a variety of styles to suit all tastes. Performers include Chris Coote (piano), Ian Clark (baritone), Olivia Moss (soprano), Paul Dorrell (flute). Free admission. Retiring collection in aid of Lifecentre. Disabled access. . . .
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As part of the 2019 Festival of Chichester, we will be singing a concert filled with the music of praising and rejoicing through the ages. The concert will showcase some of the best festal music from the Renaissance to the 20th Century. From Adrian Batten’s spritely “O Sing Joyfully”, composed. . .
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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