Chichester Cathedral

Come and explore this historic 900-year-old Cathedral whose spire dominates the horizon for miles around. This magnificent Cathedral is Mother Church to the parishes of Sussex and welcomes visitors of any faith and those with none. With history, heritage, art and music – and the beautiful Bishop’s Palace Gardens to explore – it’s a must-see for visitors of all ages.

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The Lord Chamberlain’s Men, the UK’s premier all-male theatre company – with direct links to the history of William Shakespeare – invite you to join them for the breathless and brilliant tragedy, Macbeth, on the south-west lawn at Chichester Cathedral....
13 June 2021
A Eucharist with Thanksgiving for the Festival of Chichester at Chichester Cathedral. Organiser: Chichester Cathedral http://www.chichestercathedral.org.uk http://www.facebook.com/chichestercathedral http://www.twitter.com/chicathedral
Chichester Cathedral’s lunchtime concerts return with a series of organ recitals. Although entry is free, booking is essential and will be made available via the Cathedral’s Ticketsource pages. See links for the individual events below. These concerts will also be...
14 June 2021
Tears of Joy is an exhibition of artworks created by young asylum seekers and refugees from across the Chichester District, presented at Chichester Cathedral from 14th – 21st June to mark Refugee Week 2021. Developed by Article 12 Arts in...
23 June 2021
Darkness Into Light is an exhibition of multi-layered, textured artworks by Artist Michèle Griffiths. This exhibition runs from 23 June to 8 August. Free entry. The collection explores the possibility of hope in dark times: the triumph of light over...
4 July 2021
An easy 90-minute stroll with an ITG qualified, knowledgeable Green or Blue Badge guide takes you through Chichester’s past within the historic walls of this beautiful city. From Roman times to the present day, we give an intriguing insight into...
Internationally bestselling local author, Kate Mosse, will be speaking about her latest novel, ‘The City of Tears’. This will be Kate’s home launch event for this second title in her epic historical adventure series which started with ‘The Burning Chambers’....
Rising star Russian pianist Elena Toponogova returns to Chichester with a delightful programme of Russian Romantic music. Elena is a graduate of the Moscow State Conservatoire and a prize-winner in international competitions in Italy and the US. Her programme includes...
Dame Penelope Keith reads from Keats’ Immortal Odes to mark the bicentenary year of the death of John Keats in this celebration of poetry and music. Plus stimulating new poetry read by Vicki Feaver and South Downs poets and music...
This event unfortunately has been cancelled. We will be working closely with Loyd and his team to secure a new date for this event in the Autumn. We apologise for the inconvenience. A refund will be directly issued by the...
Acclaimed international pianist Young-Choon Park returns to the Festival of Chichester with two masterworks including Schubert Sonata No. 19 in C minor and Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata.  Young-Choon Park has given concerts all over the world from the Esterhazy Palace to...