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The 2022 festival will run from Saturday 11 June to Sunday 10 July.

We present a truly exciting and varied lineup of over 100 events every summer, combining a brilliant programme of classical music with the best in jazz, blues, folk, rock, pop and world music.

Add thrilling theatre, book events, talks and poetry, exhibitions, walks, tours, cinema, open days and galas and there really is something for everyone. Grounded in the Chichester community, the Festival aspires to the stars. We are pleased to welcome local and international performers of the highest calibre.

11 June 2022
Michael Moloney, abuse victim and author of the newly launched title ‘Why punish me?’ explores what role fake truths might be playing in child abuse and mental well-being. A talk for anyone concerned with how we grow up and how...
12 June 2022
Sung Eucharist to mark the beginning of the Festival of Chichester. All welcome. Free entry. Disabled access. Name of organiser: Chichester Cathedral http://www.chichestercathedral.org.uk http://www.facebook.com/chichestercathedral http://www.twitter.com/chicathedral
Free
12 June 2022
Within the historic city walls of our beautiful city, an easy walk takes you through the ages; from Roman Baths to award-winning architecture of the 21st century, via medieval streets and the Market Cross, Georgian residences, the Cathedral quadrant and...
£10
12 June 2022
We welcome HM Army Band Sandhurst, which joins with the University of Chichester Conservatoire Symphonic Band to present an outdoor concert of repertoire for wind band. Free entry. Name of organiser: University of Chichester https://www.chi.ac.uk
Free
12 June 2022
Launching Alexander Rider’s new CD “Fresque marine – Forgotten Jewels for Harp Volume 1”. Alexander will present a selection of French repertoire, played on a 1902 Erard harp. CDs will be available to purchase at a discounted price. Quite early...
£15
14 June 2022
Peter Tatchell has been campaigning for human rights since 1967. He is best known for two attempted citizen’s arrests of the Zimbabwean dictator, Robert Mugabe, one of which resulted in him being beaten unconscious. Peter is Director of the human...
£10.00

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