Fantastic line-up unveiled for 2019 Festival of Chichester

The 2019 Festival of Chichester promises a four-week celebration of all that’s great and good about Chichester in a programme unveiled yesterday.

Festival chairman Phil Hewitt said: “This will be our seventh festival, and we are thrilled at the programme that we have got lined up for you, a clean sweep of all the brilliant talents that are based in and around Chichester – a line-up so fine that once again it has attracted some very big national and international names to come and join us this summer. Theatre, the spoken word, music in all its forms, cinema, walks, day trips, dance, books and all kinds of shows are all part of the merry mix in yet another very big year for the festival.

Read more at
https://www.chichester.co.uk/whats-on/theatre-and-comedy/fantastic-line-up-unveiled-for-2019-festival-of-chichester-1-8875338


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Free seminar – “how to effectively market your event at the Festival”

We would like to invite all organisers of 2019 Festival events to a free seminar on Thursday 17 January 2019.

We are getting a head start on marketing for the 2019 Festival and we would like to involve you in our plans and to help you with your own.

The seminar will be held at the New Park Centre, Chichester on Thursday 17 January at 18.30 (doors open 18.00), which will last around one hour.

Come and hear what we have in mind and pick up some tips on planning a campaign and using websites and social media to market your events.

The seminar is free to attend but booking is essential as places are limited.

To book your place go to the Eventbrite booking page at http://bit.ly/2Q6YvTO.

We look forward to seeing you.

Vicki, Jake and Simon – The FoC Marketing Team

If you have any queries or comments, please email our marketing team at infochifest@gmail.com.

 

The Festive Jazz Café 2018

A special Gala event in aid of the 2019 Festival of Chichester

Date: Thursday 6 December, 1930
Venue: St John’s Chapel, 5 St John’s St, Chichester PO19 1UR

With film/stage/TV actor Gareth Williams, Ted Hughes Award nominee writer David Swann and the fabulous Jazz Smugglers Band. Enjoy a delightful mix of seasonal readings, mellow jazz classics and complimentary mince pies in this historic, grade 1 listed chapel.

Gareth Williams is featured in Mike Leigh’s new film of Peterloo. As a singer, he had a number 1 smash hit with The Flying Pickets with Only You.

Tickets £12 (students £10) from the Novium/TIC, Tower Street, Chichester, 01243 775888 or via Chichester Box Office.