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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).

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.

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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.

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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Michele Ammola with his wife Georgina and sons William and Henry. Photo by Derek Martin DM17313709a

Family fun day to help dad with cancer

An action-packed day of fun and activities for the whole family is planned to raise money for a dad battling cancer.

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The final pose from Wings Productions 2015 Children in Need show

Children in Need show returns

Performers from charity-based theatre company Wings Productions are busy preparing for their popular Children in Need Show.


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.

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.


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?

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.

Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind looks spectacular

Console Corner: Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind review

New levels of RPG excellence.

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Brian Cox as Churchill

Film review: Churchill (3 out of 5)

There have been several dramas attempting to get under the skin of the man who became the figurehead for Britain’s survival during World War II.

Taking part...

West Dean College end-of-year show

West Dean College’s visual-arts end-of-year summer-show Critical Paths brings together the work of a dozen artists in the college’s Edward James Studios between Saturday and Friday, July 1-7 (10am-5pm).


Festival of Chichester: new era for ensemble

The Consort of Twelve return to this year’s Festival of Chichester as they continue to rebuild after the departure of their founder.


Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra join Festival of Chichester

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra returns to this summer’s Festival of Chichester, with conductor Michael Seal and Classical Brit Award-winning cellist Guy Johnston, who will perform one of the best known works of British classical music, Elgar’s Cello Concerto.

Jenie Pressdee

Talents celebrated at Festival of Chichester

The Rotary Club of Chichester Harbour are promising a superb programme for this year’s Talent of Chichester, part of the 2017 Festival of Chichester.

Chichester City Band

Chichester City Band join Festival of Chichester 2017

Chichester’s own brass band will give their annual Festival of Chichester concert this Saturday, June 24 at St Paul’s Church.

La Cage aux Folles

REVIEW: La Cage aux Folles, Mayflower Theatre, Southampton, until June 24.

If ever a show hits the spot, it’s this one. In our troubled, troubling times, you couldn’t possibly wish for a more compelling, more enjoyable plea for decency, understanding and a great big dose of live and let live.

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