Festive Jazz Cafe
Tickets are now on sale for a special Festival of Chichester gala event, the Festive Jazz Café with Christopher Timothy at St John’s Chapel on Thursday, 10th December at 7.30pm. Joining Christopher Timothy, star of TVs much-loved All Creatures Great and Small classic series, will be distinguished poet Stephanie Norgate, who is a senior lecturer at Chichester University, and actress Emily Rose Smith, who performed in the recent Chichester festival Chekhov play, The Bear.
Christopher Timothy’s starring role as vet James Herriot is currently being reprised on the Drama TV channel which is broadcasting a rerun of All Creatures Great and Small.
Music is from high-profile Sussex band the Jazz Smugglers, who will be performing favourite jazz classics, Gershwin tunes and seasonal songs. The stimulating mix of words and music is being served together with complimentary mince pies in the atmospheric setting of St John’s Chapel. All proceeds go towards next season’s Festival of Chichester.
We’re delighted to have the support of such a brilliant cast of performers taking part in our gala event. All proceeds go towards the 2016 Festival of Chichester. This will help us get the message out about all the fantastic events lined up for next summer.
Festive Jazz Cafe, Thursday 10th December, 7.30pm, St. John’s Chapel, St John’s Street, Chichester. Tickets £11 (students £6) from Cloisters Shop, Chichester Cathedral, tel. 01243 813595 or www.chichestertickets.co.uk