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    A video film for the South Downs Poetry Festival, in association with the Keats-Shelley Memorial Association and the University of Chichester. Enjoy a stimulating programme of readings, talks and music to commemorate the anniversary of Keats’ death in Rome. Search...
    Explore a poetical take on the response to the pandemic in the tradition of political commentary by Swift and Shelley as Barry Smith and multi-instrumentalist Charlotte Glasson look behind the masks that have come to be a commonplace fixture of...
    Showcasing creative talent in a live broadcast over the internet, we offer you three days of completely free fringe events. Showtimes and performers were announced on 1 June. We are delighted to give a platform for comedy, music, theatre, dance,...
    This Mexican artist was Queen Of The Selfies before Kim Kardashian. Her work is often graphic and unflinching, with subjects including murder, suicide, marital infidelity, miscarriage, revolution and living with disability and death. Adults only. This presentation is the highlight...
    Join CAOS Musical Productions for an evening of Feel Good Music as we bring you Walking On Sunshine: A Feel-Good Show! This virtual show includes covers of some of your favourite artists including Tina Turner, the Four Tops and Bonnie...
    Now available on YouTube. Join Chichester Humanists for a talk by Julian Baggini on ‘How the World Thinks’ as part of the Festival of Chichester. Julian Baggini will explain how philosophy has developed around the world and both impacted and...
    Unfortunately this event has had to be postponed until 21 September, after the end of the festival. A discussion on Seva, ‘ voluntary service’ in Sikhism, organised by the Chichester Quaker Interfaith Group. Held on Zoom: free entry, but booking...
    Local Quaker Michael Woolley, author of ‘Quakers in Chichester’ recorded a series of seven podcasts during lockdown. We celebrate the release of his recordings of Quaker history in our town. The podcasts cover how Quakers formed, followed by six notable...
    Join Quaker poet, Philip Gross (T. S. Eliot prize winner) for a Zoom poetry reading with him and other participants, starting at 5pm. This event will be linked to a poetry workshop that takes place earlier on the same day....
    Join Quaker poet, Philip Gross (T. S. Eliot prize winner) for a zoom poetry workshop session, starting at 11am and a free poetry reading session with Philip at 5pm. In aid of Earthwatch. For up to fifteen participants. Participants from...
    We have developed an impressive reputation as a centre for musical excellence – music for all is our guiding philosophy and it can be heard throughout the School from dawn until dusk. Our termly concerts provide a wonderful opportunity for...