The Department of Humanities presents ...
American History Day
Tuesday 11 December, 1-3.30 p.m.
Cloisters, Bishop Otter Campus. Free and open to all.
The History department is hosting an event celebrating Chichester’s copy of the American Constitution, held at the West Sussex Record Office.
Cloisters, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester
Stephen Oates Chief Executive of Heritage Railway Association has a wealth of experience inthe world of Heritage Railways. He has also been influentially involved with The Isle Of Wight Steam Railway. A fascinating presentation of the Heritage Railway scene.
Everybody Welcome. No advance booking required.
A story of lust, passion and obsession set in the backstreets of 1860’s Paris.
Adapted from Emile Zola’s classic novel, considered scandalous at the time, it still has the power to thrill and chill.
The young and beautiful Therese is trapped in a loveless marriage to her sickly cousin, Camille.
Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre, Southwick Street Southwick
Countdown II is our current show based on ideas for the Festive Season. We are exhibiting a variety of art work from some of our favourite artists, featuring sea and landscapes, inspired by our beautiful Sussex coastline and South Downs.
the little art gallery
Thu 13 Dec to Sun 16 Dec, Thu 20 Dec to Sun 23 Dec, Thu 27 Dec to Sun 30 Dec, Thu 3 Jan 2019 to Sun 6 Jan 2019
The Christmas concert by Christ’s Hospital Choral Society is one of the highlights of the festive season. The school’s Chapel setting is atmospheric, the music is sublime, and the audience joining in with certain pieces makes the experience even more exciting.
The Choir present their Christmas concert with glitz and glamour.
14th December 2018 - Doors open 6:45pm, performance commences 7:30pm (concert in aid of choir funds)
15th December 2018 - Doors open 2:15pm, performance commences 3:00pm (concert supports St Wilfrid’s, St Barnabas & Chestnut Tree House...
St James the Great Church,East Ham Rd,Littlehampton
Santa Cruise for the Grown Ups!
14th December 2018
Santa tells us that Christmas is not just for children and invites adults to join him on a 90 minute trip along the canal whilst enjoying a festive drink and snacks and listening to, or joining in, seasonal music.
The Wey & Arun Canal Trust, Canal Centre, The wharf behind the Onslow Arms Public House, High Street, Loxwood, West Sussex
Saturday 15th December, pantomime performances at 11.15am or 2pm. Head2Head Theatre is a charity dedicated to the special needs’ community. We present our whole family holiday activities throughout South London & South East England. Please contact us to be placed on our mailing list.
Manor Green College Lady Margaret Road Ifield, Crawley
A princess under a fairy’s curse pricks her finger on a spindle and sleeps for a hundred years, waiting to be woken by a prince’s kiss.
But hold on a moment. There’s a distinctly different slant to this story. The princess is beautiful and spirited but there are two princes and a lot of threatening thorns.
Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester
Sat 15 Dec, Mon 17 Dec to Thu 20 Dec, Sat 22 Dec to Mon 24 Dec, Wed 26 Dec to Sun 30 Dec
Club Wolfram presents a night of live 80’s hits by The Gangsters & Synthony 101 compered by Richard Reynolds. Bar available. Tickets £ 15.00 each available from St Paul’s Worthing, Sweeney Todd’s (Tesco, Durrington) or WSUK website www.wolframsyndrome.co.uk.
The Magic of Christmas experience at Fishers is the place to this festive season!
A live performance in the cosy Fishers Barn Theatre packed with songs, slapstick, silliness and fairy-tale magic – the classic ‘Dick Whittington’ Pantomime at Fishers is the must-see entertainment of the year!
Fishers Adventure Farm Park, Newpound Lane, Wisborough Green
Come and enjoy cake and a cuppa in a friendly environment. Book, cake and bric-a-brac stalls. St Paul’s coffee mornings are held on the 3rd Saturday of each month, raising money for a different charity each time.
Souped-up barn dancing English style! With a different top-quality band and caller in the winter months.
This month we welcome back The DIATONICS and their Caller Emma Wooders.
PLUS it’s our Christmas Party Dress Code of all things Reds and/or Black - for as many as want!
Guild Care are offering you and your family the chance to meet Santa and enjoy a delicious pastry and pancake breakfast at their Guild Care Centre, Methold House, on Sunday 16th December. All of the money raised will support local children and adults in need.
Guild Care Centre, Methold House, North Street, Worthing