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Festival Eucharist

13 June, 11:00 - 12:30

A Eucharist with Thanksgiving for the Festival of Chichester at Chichester Cathedral. . . .
Tears of Joy is an exhibition of artworks created by young asylum seekers and refugees from across the Chichester District, presented at Chichester Cathedral from 14 th 21 st June to mark Refugee Week 2021. Developed by Article 12 Arts in collaboration with Sanctuary in Chichester, the exhibition aims to. . .
harbour
Focus on ‘The Great Outdoors’. We all know the benefits of being out in the open air and the positive effect on our wellbeing has been well documented. We have many Chamber members who operate outdoor facilities and spaces and so we will have a selection of them give us. . .
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Chichester Cathedral’s lunchtime concerts return with a series of organ recitals. Although entry is free, booking is essential and will be made available via the Cathedral’s Ticketsource site. These concerts will also be streamed to the Cathedral website: Monday 14th June (1. 15pm) – Charles Harrison (organ) Monday 21st June. . .
anarchy
Literature

The Masks of Anarchy

15 June - 12 July

Explore a poetical take on the response to the pandemic in the tradition of political commentary by Swift and Shelley as Barry Smith and multi-instrumentalist Charlotte Glasson look behind the masks that have come to be a commonplace fixture of these challenging times. Barry Smith is the director of the. . .
The Society’s annual exhibition of original art offers a wonderful opportunity to acquire unique artwork at an affordable price. There will be a wide range of works including paintings, prints, sculpture and ceramics. The Society was formed in 1939 and is at the heart of the art community in Chichester. . .
Showcasing creative talent in a live broadcast over the internet, we offer you three days of completely free fringe events. Showtimes and performers will be announced on 1 June. We are delighted to give a platform for comedy, music, theatre, dance, music hall, poetry, puppetry and more, giving talented artists. . .
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The place to discover all things Art Trail with a new gallery to show Trail artists’ work. . Collect your free Trail Guide, choose artists to visit and plan your route for the 2 Trail weekends in mid July. . . Free admission. The Art Trail Hub, Courtyard Studios, Chilgrove. . .
cathedral organ
Chichester Cathedral’s lunchtime concerts return with a series of organ recitals. Although entry is free, booking is essential and will be made available via the Cathedral’s Ticketsource site. These concerts will also be streamed to the Cathedral website: Monday 14th June (1. 15pm) – Charles Harrison (organ) Monday 21st June. . .
caricature
An exhibition of signed limited edition prints by International Caricaturist Bob Hoare. Bob’s caricatures have been featured in hundreds of newspapers and magazines all over the world on a regular basis for over 50 years. He is also well known as a technical illustrator, graphic designer, and book illustrator. Entry. . .
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Join Chichester Humanists for a talk by Julian Baggini on How the World Thinks on 22 June at 19. 30 as part of the Festival of Chichester. Julian will explain how philosophy has developed around the world and both impacted and reflected the cultures in which it flourished. Why do. . .
chichester cathedral
Arts

Darkness into Light

23 June - 8 August

Darkness Into Light is an exhibition of multi-layered, textured artworks by Artist Michèle Griffiths. The collection explores the possibility of hope in dark times: the triumph of light over darkness. The pieces, which Griffiths calls “Wall Fragments”, are in plaster and are highly textured with marks scored into the surface. . .
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food

Live cook-a-long with The Novium Museum

23 June, 17:00 - 19:00

Online

In celebration of the new exhibition From Field to Fork to Lockdown at The Novium Museum, join the NourishEd Team for a free, online cook-a-long funded by South Downs National Park. In this session, you will learn to cook delicious dishes that are made from using local and seasonal produce,. . .
catherine barnes
Arts

Exhibition of Catherine Barnes Paintings (1)

25 June, 10:30 - 18:00

Juno Studio

Art Exhibition of paintings by Catherine Barnes featuring the River Lavant on its journey through Chichester College grounds throughout the seasons of the lockdowns. “Pictures in the Porch” is a unique way of showing artworks safely. 100 other paintings are available to see, on request, in the open air. www. . . .
catherine barnes
Arts

Exhibition of Catherine Barnes Paintings (2)

26 June, 10:30 - 18:00

Juno Studio

Art Exhibition of paintings by Catherine Barnes featuring the River Lavant on its journey through Chichester College grounds throughout the seasons of the lockdowns. “Pictures in the Porch” is a unique way of showing artworks safely. 100 other paintings are available to see, on request, in the open air. www. . . .
st pauls church
Sung Eucharist to celebrate the feast of Saints Peter and Paul Patronal festival. All welcome. Refreshments provided. . . .
catherine barnes
Arts

Exhibition of Catherine Barnes Paintings (3)

27 June, 10:30 - 18:00

Juno Studio

Art Exhibition of paintings by Catherine Barnes featuring the River Lavant on its journey through Chichester College grounds throughout the seasons of the lockdowns. “Pictures in the Porch” is a unique way of showing artworks safely. 100 other paintings are available to see, on request, in the open air. www. . . .
sleepy lagoon
Afternoon tea on the University Festival Field with the Sleepy Lagoon Dance Orchestra. Come along and listen to us strike up the band with a concert of toe tappingly good music from the dance band era. The concert will be under the Giant Festival Canopy with the audience on the. . .
St Pauls Chichester
heritage

Beating the Bounds

27 June, 15:45 - 17:00

An ancient walk around St. Paul’s Parish Boundaries. Join the Town Crier, St Paul’s Clergy, Choir and congregation in the ancient custom of beating the parish boundaries (approx. one hour). This starts in the Cathedral at the site of the font of St Peter the Great, which moved to its. . .
cathedral organ
Chichester Cathedral’s lunchtime concerts return with a series of organ recitals. Although entry is free, booking is essential and will be made available via the Cathedral’s Ticketsource site. These concerts will also be streamed to the Cathedral website: Monday 14th June (1. 15pm) – Charles Harrison (organ) Monday 21st June. . .
Artel
Arts

Artel Alchemy Exhibition

29 June - 11 July

ARTEL is an established group of contemporary artists who are based in and around Chichester. They hold an annual exhibition of their work with most pieces for sale. This year ALCHEMY is being held at the newly renovated Oxmarket Gallery in Chichester. The gallery is open from 10. 00 am. . .
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Outdoors

Meet the Tree Wardens

1 July, 17:30 - 18:30

Come and have a conversation with the volunteer Tree Wardens. Find out about the trees we help to conserve across the city and hear about nearby specimen trees. Details of how to contact your nearest Tree Warden if you have trees you are worried about. This event will happen whatever. . .
Elena Toponogova
Rising star Russian pianist Elena Toponogova returns to Chichester with a delightful programme of Russian Romantic music. Elena is a graduate of the Moscow State Conservatoire and a prize-winner in international competitions in Italy and the US. Her programme includes Rachmaninov, Medtner, Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky. ‘An inspiring performance’ (Musical Opinion). . . .
cathedral organ
Chichester Cathedral’s lunchtime concerts return with a series of organ recitals. Although entry is free, booking is essential and will be made available via the Cathedral’s Ticketsource site. These concerts will also be streamed to the Cathedral website: Monday 14th June (1. 15pm) – Charles Harrison (organ) Monday 21st June. . .
little bit of everything
Arts

A Little Bit of Everything

7 - 11 July, 10:30 - 17:00

Linda Foskett will take over the whole gallery for a Solo show as part of the Chichester Art Trail. This has coincided with the last weekend of the Festival of Chichester. As a multimedia artist there will be a wide selection of work on display. Together with Linda’s large oil. . .
young-choon park
Acclaimed international pianist Young-Choon Park returns to the Festival of Chichester with two masterworks including Schubert Sonata No. 19 in C minor and Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata. Young-Choon Park has given concerts all over the world from the Esterhazy Palace to New York’s Lincoln Centre. ‘Real passion and style’ ( Sunday. . .
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Literature

Lethal Ties

9 July, 18:15 - 19:45

| New Park Centre

LETHAL TIES : A PSYCHOLOGICAL SUSPENSE THRILLER SET IN WEST SUSSEX BY HELEN CHRISTMAS. West Sussex author, Helen Christmas, launches her debut psychological thriller, Lethal Ties, talking about the book’s setting, inspiration and joined by Dan Jones who helped with her research. Her novel tackles daring subjects, such as childhood. . .
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Arts

Chichester Art Trail - 1st weekend

10 - 11 July, 10:30 - 17:00

Chichester Open Studios Art Trail is now a traditional and very popular event attracting a devoted art-loving audience. Our widespread artists are divided into Peninsula, Regis, City, Downs, Harbour and Online Trails. Explore one Trail at a time, or hop around the Venues as you choose. This is the opportunity. . .
St Marys Church Petworth
Religion

Petworth Festival Service

14 July, 18:30 - 19:30

The 2021 Petworth Festival opens with the annual service in celebration of the arts and creativity. We welcome Ruth Bushyager, Bishop of Horsham, who will give the main address. The service will be led by Canon Mark Gilbert SSC , with music directed by Matthew Cooke. Ruth Bushyager was consecrated. . .
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Arts

Chichester Art Trail - 2nd weekend

17 - 18 July, 10:30 - 17:00

Chichester Open Studios Art Trail is now a traditional and very popular event attracting a devoted art-loving audience. Our widespread artists are divided into Peninsula, Regis, City, Downs, Harbour and Online Trails. Explore one Trail at a time, or hop around the Venues as you choose. This is the opportunity. . .
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