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More details - ‘Mervyn Peake in Sussex’, Dr Miles Leeson
‘Mervyn Peake in Sussex’, Dr Miles Leeson 4 April 2018, 2 p.m, Chichester Literary Society, Boxgrove Village Hall, PO18 0EE In this illustrated lecture Miles Leeson will draw on work published during Peake’s time living near Arundel, and discusses the impact of landscape, family, and war on his life as both author...
Boxgrove Village Hall, Chichester
Wed 4 Apr

More details - ‘Through the Lens of Janet Stone:  An Evening with Ian Beck’
Thursday 22nd March 2018, 6–7:30 p.m., Cloisters, Bishop Otter Campus. Free to all. Janet Stone was an internationally renowned photographer and some of her photographic work has been collected by her son-in-law Ian Beck in a new book.
Cloisters, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester College Lane

More details - ‘FOLK’, Zoe Gilbert
Zoe Gilbert’s first novel, Folk, was published by Bloomsbury in February 2018. She is currently completing a PhD in Creative Writing at the University of Chichester, focusing on folk tales in contemporary short stories.
Cloisters, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester College Lane
Mon 26 Mar

More details - The "hand of history should be  feeling someone's collar":  the House of Commons and  its response t
The Iraq war has come to define the premiership of Tony Blair. The parliamentary vote for war impacted widely on British politics. Blair succeeded with the support of the Conservative party, whilst Labour members and the Liberal Democrats expressed considerable opposition.
Academic Building room 2.01, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester College Lane
Wed 28 Mar

More details - ‘My name would carry every thing before it:  Naming [Mrs.] Charlotte S?m?i?t?h’ Dr Sophie Coulombeau
Wednesday 28 March 2018, 17:00-18:15 , room E124, Bishop Otter Campus Dr Sophie Coulombeau is Lecturer in Eighteenth-Century and Romantic Literature at Cardiff University.
Room E124, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester, College Lane
Wed 28 Mar

More details - GRATITUDE & TIME: A Celebration of Two New Titles from Waterloo Press
The Department of English, Creative Writing, History and Politics GRATITUDE & TIME A Celebration of Two New Titles from Waterloo Press Monday 16th April, 4-5 pm, Room L04 Bishop Otter Campus Waterloo Press offers readers an eclectic list of the most inventive and stimulating poetry from the UK and abroad.
Room L04, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester, College Lane, Chichester
Mon 16 Apr

More details - Family Activity
Join us for our FREE family drop-in activity in the Studio. Taking inspiration from Damien Hirst, Sheila Bownas and Pop Art, we’ll be creating motifs with mixed media to place on a large scale backdrop. Idea by Kate Reynolds. No need to book.
Pallant House Gallery 9 North Pallant Pallant House Gallery Chichester
Sat 7 Apr, Sat 21 Apr, Sun 22 Apr, Sat 12 May

More details - Easter Eggstravaganza
The Fontwell Park Easter Eggstravaganza Raceday returns with FREE entry for kids and FREE entertainment all day including the famous Easter egg hunt! If you are looking for something to do with the children over the Easter break, this is a fabulous day out for the whole family to enjoy.
Fontwell Park Racecourse, Fontwell Ave, Fontwell, Arundel.
Fri 6 Apr

More details - Art In The Age Of Steam
Andrew Foster presents a high quality selection of paintings, lithographs and photos that show railways or railway related scenes from the mid 1840’s onwards
County Hall, West Street, Chichester
Wed 28 Mar

More details - Rymans - Open Garden for NGS
Walled and other gardens surrounding lovely C15 stone house (not open); bulbs, flowering shrubs, roses, ponds, and potager. Many unusual and rare trees and shrubs. In late spring the wisterias are spectacular. The heady scent of hybrid musk roses fills the walled garden in June.
Rymans, Chichester
Sat 14 Apr and Sun 15 Apr

More details - Crafty Pint Markets
Bognor Regis’s only regular Craft Market, held on Sunday’s, our poplar market is based at The Aldwick Royal British Legion. Showcasing local crafters and businesses. 20 stalls selling unique, high quality items and a Charity Tombola for a local cause/community group or charity.
Aldwick Royal British Legion, 20 Hewarts Lane, Bognor Regis
Sun 25 Mar, Sun 22 Apr

More details - Easter Trail
Bring family and friends to West Dean Gardens near Chichester during the Easter holidays and follow the Easter trail for a chocolate prize. Explore the Gardens and see the spring flowers, enjoy lunch or afternoon tea at the Gardens Restaurant.
West Dean Gardens West Dean
Fri 30 Mar to Tue 3 Apr

More details - A Cornucopia of Music provided by the Bognor Regis Concert Band
Come and enjoy a fun-filled afternoon of music provided by the Bognor Regis Concert Band, who have been entertaining audiences in Bognor and the surrounding area for over 30 years. Made up of over 30 local musicians, their repertoire covers classical, film and popular music, along with everything in between!
St Mary’s Centre, Grassmere Close, Felpham, Bognor Regis
Sat 7 Apr

More details - A Spectacular Spring Concert given by the Southdowns Concert Band
The Southdowns Concert Band proudly present A Spectacular Spring Concert. All your favourite Concert Band classics. The programme will include Candide by Bernstein.
Alexandra Theatre, Regis Centre, Bognor Regis
Sun 25 Mar

More details - JS BACH | St John Passion
An Eastertide performance of JS Bach’s seasonal masterpiece at St Nicholas Church, Arundel. The Hanover Band will be joined by Erica Eloff (soprano), Simon Wall (evangelist), Tim Morgan (alto), Peter Davoren (tenor), Edward Price (pilate) and Alex Ashworth (christus), along with Arthur (director/organ) and The...
St Nicholas Church, London Road, Arundel, West Sussex
Fri 30 Mar

More details - Shepherds Cottage - Open Garden for NGS
A compact terraced garden using the borrowed landscape of Kingley Vale in the South Downs. The s-facing flint stone cottage (not open) is surrounded by a Purbeck stone terrace with lush planting schemes. The upper beds are planted with a profusion of tulips, alliums, roses, verbascum, and lilies.
Shepherds Cottage, Chichester
Sun 15 Apr and Mon 16 Apr

More details - Normans and Crusaders
Set within a tented encampment on the American lawns, this Easter weekend visitors will witness breath-taking demonstrations of Norman weaponry, armour, combat, archery and falconry. There will also be craft displays and have-a-go archery for the over 8s to ensure an Easter to remember!
Arundel Castle & Gardens
Sat 31 Mar, Mon 2 Apr

More details - Living History Weekend
Commemorating the 950th Anniversary of Arundel Castle’s initial construction in 1068. Find out what it was really like to live at the Castle in the early Norman period in this absorbing two-day event. With weaponry, armour and combat demonstrations, there is something to inform and entertain visitors of all ages.
Arundel Castle & Gardens
Sat 14 Apr and Sun 15 Apr

More details - Annual Tulip Festival
During April and May, Arundel Castle is the place for tulip enthusiasts. During this period over 60,000 tulips will bloom in the Castle’s stunning gardens providing visitors with one of the most impressive tulip displays in the country.
Arundel Castle & Gardens
Sun 15 Apr, Tue 15 May

More details - Graffham Easter Market
Join us for our 2018 Easter Market. A delightful blend of professional stalls, home produce, Easter Egg hunt for the kids, teas, coffees, cakes, snacks, fabulous raffle and auction with a terrific plants stall supplied by a professional wholesaler.
Empire Hall, Graffham, Petworth
Sat 24 Mar

More details - Gloriator
A riotously funny show revealing just what happens when a glamorous French actress and her hapless assistant stage their version of Hollywood blockbuster Gladiator. Gloria Delaneuf is well-versed in mime, mask, and the mysteries of stagecraft. Her UK tour manager Josephine Cunningham is not.
Empire Hall, Graffham, Petworth
Sat 14 Apr

More details - Wildlife Safari
Wildlife Safari - a tour of the Sussex Wildlife Nature Reserves, why conservation is so important and we should "stand up" for wildlife Talk by Michael Blencowe, senior wildlife officer at the Sussex Wildlife Trust
Arundel Museum Mill Road Arundel
Tue 3 Apr

More details - Bignor Park - Open Garden for NGS
11 acres of peaceful garden to explore with magnificent views of the South Downs. Interesting trees, shrubs, wild flower areas, with swathes of daffodils in spring. The walled flower garden has been replanted with herbaceous borders. Temple, Greek loggia, Zen pond and unusual sculptures.
Bignor Park, Pulborough
Tue 17 Apr, Tue 15 May, Sun 10 Jun

More details - Edwin James Festival Choir and Orchestra Good Friday Concert
The Choir and Orchestra present their Good Friday Concert featuring The Armed Man by Karl Jenkins. The concert is in aid of the charity Parkinson’s UK.
St James the Great Church,East Ham Road,Littlehampton
Fri 30 Mar

More details - Littlehampton Town Artisan Market
Artists, local producers & creators, artisan craft makers, antiques,antiquarian books, busking, performance and all the colourful characters which make up the local coastline & downlands around us along the South Coast.
Littlehampton High Street
Sat 7 Apr