Theatre

Saturday, June 16, 11am.

BEAR HUNT, CHICHESTER COMMUNITY THEATRE, ST JOHN’S CHAPEL, ST JOHN’S STREET, CHICHESTER PO19 1UU.

Chichester Community Theatre presents a pop-up theatre production of Bear Hunt, a play by Lucy Flannery. Robert has been looking forward to his retirement but things aren’t going as planned. He can’t change the weird light bulb, and there’s something very, very wrong with his wife. Directed by Roger Redfarn. Free admission. Disabled access.

 

 

Sunday, June 17, 7pm.


LITTLE VICKY AND THE SEVEN ASSASSINS, ISOSCELES, ST JOHN’S CHAPEL, ST JOHN’S STREET, CHICHESTER, PO19 1UR.

History does not often recall that during her reign there were seven attempts to assassinate Queen Victoria, Empress of Nearly Everything. A fascinating and true tale told through melodrama, comedy and rock ‘n’ roll. “Theatre at its best” –  Mail on Sunday; “Superbly written and impeccably performed work” – Sunday Business Post. Tickets £13; concessions £11. Disabled access.

 

Sunday, June 17, 7.30 pm.


OBERON’S CURE – OPEN AIR THEATRE, THE RUDE MECHANICAL THEATRE, HALNAKER PARK COTTAGE GARDEN, PARK LANE, HALNAKER, PO18 0QH.

The Rudes present commedia dell’arte with music, mime, mirth and mayhem. In A Midsummer Night’s Dream Titania, Queen of the Fairies, accused her husband Oberon of having an affair with Hippolyta. A prequel to The Dream, with fairies, comedy, romance and poetry. Garden open from 4pm. Garden picnics from 4.30pm. Bring chairs and warm clothing. Tickets £16; seniors £15; students £12; children £9. Disabled access.

 

Tuesday, June 19, 7.30pm.


HAMLET, ALL THE WORLD’S A SPACE, THE CHICHESTER INN, 38 WEST STREET, CHICHESTER, PO19 1RP.

Hamlet has spiralled into a fearful and self-destructive depression. But are his feelings fair and justified, or is he trapped in an addictive cycle of procrastination and self-pity? Set in 2018, this new adaptation entirely retains Shakespeare’s text whilst exposing the dark reality of Hamlet’s anger, guilt and pain. Tickets £12; seniors and students £10. Not Suitable for under-18s. Disabled access.

 

Wednesday-Saturday, June 20-23, 7.30pm; Saturday, June 23, 2.30pm. ‘ALLO ‘ALLO!,

CHICHESTER PLAYERS, CENTENARY THEATRE, CHICHESTER HIGH SCHOOL, KINGSHAM ROAD, CHICHESTER, PO19 8EB.

Stage version of the hilarious BBC comedy. In WWII France, Rene Artois runs a small café where Resistance fighters, Gestapo men, German army officers and escaped Allied POWs interact daily, ignorant of one another’s true identity or presence, exasperating Rene. Tickets £10; students and children £6. Disabled access.

 

Saturday, June 23, 11am.

BEAR HUNT, CHICHESTER COMMUNITY THEATRE, PALLANT HOUSE GALLERY GARDEN, 9 NORTH PALLANT, CHICHESTER PO19 1TJ.

Chichester Community Theatre presents a pop-up theatre production of Bear Hunt, a play by Lucy Flannery. Robert has been looking forward to his retirement but things aren’t going as planned. He can’t change the weird light bulb, and there’s something very, very wrong with his wife. Directed by Roger Redfarn. Free admission. Disabled access.

 

 

Monday, June 25; Wednesday, June 27; Friday, June 29; Tuesday, July 3; Thursday, July 5, Saturday July 7, 7.45pm.


THE RIVALS BY RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN, THE PERGOLA OPEN AIR THEATRE, NEW THEATRE PRODUCTIONS, WEST DEAN GARDENS, WEST DEAN, PO18 0QZ.

The Rivals… Sheridan’s classic comedy. Directed by Carol Hicks. Picnics welcome. The West Dean Gardens Restaurant is open for pre-theatre supper and/or drinks until 7.30pm on theatre nights (01243 818215). Tickets £10; under-16s £8. Disabled access.

 

Tuesday, June 26; Thursday, June 28; Saturday, June 30; Monday, July 2; Wednesday, July 4; Friday, July 6, 7.45pm.


THE ROUNDABOUT BY J B PRIESTLEY, THE PERGOLA OPEN AIR THEATRE, NEW THEATRE PRODUCTIONS, WEST DEAN GARDENS, WEST DEAN, PO18 0QZ.

The Roundabout by J B Priestley, his recently-discovered country-house comedy. Directed by John Hyatt. Picnics welcome.  The West Dean Gardens Restaurant is open for pre-theatre supper and/or drinks until 7.30pm on theatre nights (01243 818215). Tickets £10; under-16s £8. Disabled access.

 

Saturday, June 30, 12. Noon.

BEAR HUNT, CHICHESTER COMMUNITY THEATRE, CHICHESTER LIBRARY, TOWER STREET, CHICHESTER, PO19 1QJ.

Chichester Community Theatre presents a pop-up theatre production of Bear Hunt, a play by Lucy Flannery. Robert has been looking forward to his retirement but things aren’t going as planned. He can’t change the weird light bulb and there’s something very, very wrong with his wife. Directed by Roger Redfarn. Free admission. Disabled access.

 

 

Thursday, July 5, 8pm; Friday, July 6, 8pm.

LOVE IN “THE HARBOUR” BY EDDIE ALFORD, OXMARKET GALLERY, ST ANDREWS COURT, EAST STREET, CHICHESTER, PO19 1YH.

The Harbour Theatre Company presents a moving love story set in WWI, following the lives of three important Irish aces of the Royal Flying Corps. Fast-paced action moves between Ireland and front-line France in a blend of fact and fiction. In the RAF’s centenary year, the play’s themes still endure. Music by Danielle Morgan/John Merrigan. Tickets £15; seniors £12; students (15+) £10. Disabled access.

 

Saturday, July 7, 12. Noon.

BEAR HUNT, CHICHESTER COMMUNITY THEATRE, CHICHESTER LIBRARY, TOWER STREET, CHICHESTER, PO19 1QJ.

Chichester Community Theatre presents a pop-up theatre production of Bear Hunt, a play by Lucy Flannery. Robert has been looking forward to his retirement but things aren’t going as planned. He can’t change the weird light bulb, and there’s something very, very wrong with his wife. Directed by Roger Redfarn. Free admission. Disabled access.

 

 

Saturday July 14, 11am.

BEAR HUNT, CHICHESTER COMMUNITY THEATRE, NEW PARK CENTRE, NEW PARK ROAD, CHICHESTER, PO19 7XY.

Chichester Community Theatre presents a pop-up theatre production of Bear Hunt, a play by Lucy Flannery. Robert has been looking forward to his retirement but things aren’t going as planned. He can’t change the weird light bulb, and there’s something very, very wrong with his wife. Directed by Roger Redfarn. Free admission. Disabled access.

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