Here’s how to access the festival events in two easy steps:
1. Go to our virtual festival page.
2. Click on the event you want to attend.
There will be a new event available to stream every day from 7pm. (The exceptions are that there will be an event on Saturday 13 June at 2pm, and live-stream events on Tuesday 16 June at 2.30pm and Wednesday 17 June at 9pm).
Once you have selected your event to stream, you will be taken to either a pre-recorded event (specially recorded for the festival) or to a live link where you will be able to watch the event live.
All events will be available on the website to view once they have been released until at least the end of the festival, and probably longer – this depends on what each performer wishes.
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Here is the line-up:
Fri 12 June – Introducing the Virtual Festival of Chichester: Kate Mosse
Sat 13 June – Festival Launch: The Stardust Sussex Syncapators
Sun 14 June – Ensemble Reza: a Candlelit Concert
Mon 15 June – Cathedral Virtual Pilgrimage
Mon 15 June – Greg Mosse: The Same Next Day
Tues 16 June – Virtually Vintage Afternoon: Dawn Gracie & Brenda
Wed 17 June – Chichester Cabaret Club: Dawn Gracie & Guests
Thurs 18 June – Bach Two-Part Invention: Ben Rogerson
Fri 19 June – Once Upon a time in Greece…live from Kings Place: Plastikes Karekles
Sat 20 June – St. Richard Quiz set by Chichester Cathedral
Sun 21 June – “Andiamo” solo concert from Chartres Cathedral
Mon 22 June – Sculpture of Captain Tom Moore by Vincent Gray
Mon 22 June – Theatre Quiz from Chichester Community Theatre
Tues 23 June – Classical Guitar: Linda Kelsall-Barnett
Wed 24 June – The Gadfly: Ben Rogerson and the Minerva Ensemble
Thurs 25 June – Poetry Time: Costa Poetry Prize winner John Haynes
Thurs 25 June – Poetry & Jazz: Barry Smith with the Charlotte Glasson Trio
Fri 26 June – Classical Cabaret: All That Malarkey
Sat 27 June – Are We Angels: Tobiah
Sun 28 June – Beethoven – Pianist, Prophet, Dreamer: Reiko Fujisawa
Sun 28 June – St Paul’s Church Heritage Festival highlighting the history of the church, its musical heritage and the contributions made by local men and women.
Mon 29 June –The Music of Trees: Geoff Robb, guitar
Mon 29 June – Introduction to Wetlands and Wildlife: Manhood Wildlife and Heritage Group
Tues 30 June – Somewhere Over the Rainbow (cellos): Ben Rogerson and the Minerva Ensemble
Wed 1 July – Chichester Cathedral Choristers: three works
Thurs 2 July – The Seasons, Tchaikovsky: Victor Ryabchikov (piano)
Thurs 2 July – Catherine Barnes: pictures in the porch
Fri 3 July – Waves and Bridges: Pavlos Carvalho & Friends
Sat 4 July – The Story of Love in the Harbour: Danielle Morgan & Ensemble
Sun 5 July – Beethoven – Pianist, Prophet, Dreamer: Reiko Fujisawa
Mon 6 July – Sketches of Spain Flamenco Show: Duende Flamenco (dance)
Mon 6 July – The Reluctant Teabag: Sandra Saer
Tues 7 July – In the Beautiful City: Rob Johnston (guitar)
Wed 8 July – Sculpture, Murray, Large as Life: Vincent Gray
Wed 8 July: Phil Hewitt: Running through trauma – living with the aftermath of knife crime
Thurs 9 July – Celebrating Cuban Music: The Latin Bridge (Amici Concerts)
Fri 10 July – The Rose Recital: Tamzin Barnett (soprano)
Sat 11 July – Bach Solo Cello Suite No. 3: Pavlos Carvalho
Sun 12 July – We’ll Meet Again: The Chichester Singers
Image: Ensemble Reza