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£4 adults; £2.50 children; £12 family.
on. Starring Eileen Atkins.
This years programme features a wide range of entertainment at venues throughout Chichester, including: stand up performances at Chichester Canal café, evenings of poetry, drama and music at Drapers yard, performances and music at Graylingewell Chapel plus many many more.
Tickets are now on sale, prices start at £5 and some events are free.
To book your tickets and view the full event programme please visit: https://www.chichesterfringe.co.uk/
Evening includes 3 course meal, live band and disco.
For full details and to reserve tickets for these free events, visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/ and search for ‘River Ems’
If you prefer you may book your place by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
This all-day workshop provides an introduction to the key principles and techniques for Nature and also Close-up/Macro photography. The workshop will combine theory with opportunities to put into practice what you have learnt regarding camera settings and image composure on our beautiful reserve. During the practical session walks there will hopefully be opportunities for you to try and capture images of Bees, Dragonflies, Insects and Orchids in addition to birds around the reserve.
Dr Joan Tumblety, University of Southampton:Life in Vichy France 1940-1944
Playwright Adrienne Kennedy impulsively leaves New York for London with her young son, intent on adapting John Lennon’s book ‘In His Own Write’ for the stage.In the heady atmosphere of the Swinging ‘60s, she finds herself rubbing shoulders with a dizzying array of celebrities, including all four Beatles. And when her idols, Laurence Olivier – director of the National Theatre – and his influential literary manager Kenneth Tynan, along with actor Victor Spinetti, promise to produce her play, it seems like a dream come true. But slowly the stars seem to align in a different way.Adrienne Kennedy’s autobiographical play – told in the form of a one-act, near-monologue to her son Adam – is a mesmerising and disquieting tale of a young Black woman’s betrayal at the hands of the establishment.Diyan Zora, winner of the 2021 Genesis Futures Award, directs.Mom, How Did You Meet The Beatles? is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd on behalf of Samuel French Ltd concordtheatricals.co.uk
The Cheese and Chilli Festival is now held at FIVE locations throughout the south of England: Christchurch, Winchester, Swindon, Guildford and Chichester.
The Chichester event takes place at Oaklands Park with tickets for adults starting from £8, to £12.65 for weekend tickets.
Featuring live music, chilli eating competitions, live cooking demonstrations, circus and fire performers, various stalls and vendors as well opportunities to taste test different foods.