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Amici Concerts set to soar in Chichester

The Amici Concerts series at the Festival of Chichester is enjoying its fourth year this year – four years of great success. Amanda Cook, who puts the series together with fellow musician Meg Hamilton, is delighted at the way it has developed.

Music
My Dear Miss Terry

Tales of Miss Terry in Petworth

My Dear Miss Terry brings to life the “literary love letters” exchanged by Irish literary genius Bernard Shaw and English actress Dame Ellen Terry.

Theatre and Comedy
Nick Young

Worthing's outdoor Shakespeare tradition

So what’s the secret behind putting on nearly two decades of open-air Shakespeare in Worthing?

Theatre and Comedy
New Theatre Productions

Open-air theatre fun in West Dean Gardens

If you were lucky enough to have been there a dozen years ago, you will certainly remember fondly John Hyatt in his Beatles wig as the youthful ingenu brought down by the demon drink.

Theatre and Comedy
Parham Gardens

Parham House visitors experience an evening of Midsummer Magic

Visitors to Parham House were offered a very special experience on Thursday, June 22, at the estate’s Midsummer Magic Evening.

Arts
Brits spend 18 months mulling over food

Brits spend 18 months mulling over food

Brits will spend 18 months of their lives mulling over what to eat, a study has found.

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The Hawth

Summer fun for young people at The Hawth

There are fun times ahead for young people at The Hawth, Crawley, this summer with workshops for all ages enabling children to meet new friends, learn new skills and perform.

Theatre and Comedy
Matt Charman

Former Horsham student Matt Charman shares secrets of his Hollywood success

If you have ever wondered what it takes to make it as a screenwriter in Hollywood, then join Matt Charman at Horsham’s Capitol on Tuesday, July 11 (7.30pm).

Theatre and Comedy
Paul Chantry and Rae Piper

Contemporary dance at Horsham

You can find out what contemporary dance is all about at Horsham’s Capitol this summer.

Arts
Frieda

Frieda Hughes is special guest at Chichester's Jazz Cafe

Poetry and painting have always gone hand in hand for Frieda Hughes who will read from her collection of poems and paintings, Alternative Values for this year’s Festival of Chichester Poetry & Jazz Café (Edes House, Thursday, June 29, 7.30pm).

Arts
94 Strings

Harp duo at Festival of Chichester

Fiona Hosford has checked and double-checked the maths. 94 Strings really will be offering 162 Strings on a Sunday Afternoon for this year’s Festival of Chichester.

Music
Phil's books

Festival of Chichester: Keep on Running with Phil!

Festival of Chichester chairman Phil Hewitt will chat about the marathons he has run around the world in a special event at this year’s Festival.

Arts
Bill Kent, secretary of reMEmber, wearing the t-shirt presented to the charity by sprinter Usain Bolt

World’s fastest human supports walk

Sprinter Usain Bolt has shown his support for a West Sussex charity helping people with ME.

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Carly

Debut album from "English rose"

Billing herself as “an English rose with Italian roots, singing her dreams”, Carly Paoli – who lives just outside Arundel – is launching her debut album.

Music
Sussex Arts Academy

Sussex Arts Academy joins the Festival of Chichester

Arts charity Sussex Arts Academy offers a free workshop on July 4 as part of this year’s Festival of Chichester.

Arts
Chris

Chris Farlowe at Priory Park, as part of Festival of Chichester

Who was number one when England’s footballers won the World Cup in 1966?

Music
Work by Daphne

Daphne Casdagli exhibits at Festival of Chichester

Daphne Casdagli offers an exhibition of original prints and drawings for the 2017 Festival of Chichester.

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