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Chichester Diary of Events

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There are hundreds of exciting things to see and do every month in and around Chichester. Whether you want to have fun, dance, sing, get fit, or just relax, there is something for everyone. You'll find a wide selection of first class facilities, cinema, theatre, live music, classes and clubs for all ages. This listing is updated daily and shows the wide variety of events taking place in the area. Each has contact details and a location map. Many have links to websites for more information.
Read our blog   Chichester Special Events 2018

 

What's on in Chichester June 2018

Now - 1 July
  The Novium Museum Exibition - Game Plan: Board Games Rediscovered - A major national touring exhibition from the V&A which delves into the exciting, colourful and creative world of board games. Replacing the award-winning Tim Peake exhibition. Free Map 01243 775888 Email

Now - 4 July (prov. dates)

 

Chichester Cathedral

Tuesdays and Wednesdays only

Chichester Cathedral Peregrines: This year on Tuesdays and Wednesdays only, from April until early July, visitors can view the peregrines via a live feed, which will be located in the RSPB marquee in the Cathedral grounds, and can talk to volunteers from the RSPB. Map 01243 782595 Email
Now - 16 June
  Chichester Festival Theatre THE CHALK GARDEN - Both singular comedy and haunting mystery, this startling insight into mother-daughter relationships is regarded as one of the twentieth century’s most remarkable plays. Map 01243 781312 Email
Now - 17 June
  Oxmarket Gallery Exhibition: Stephen Hornsby-Smith - An unusual and colourful exhibition which features complex, naïve and often semi-abstract work. Acrylic paintings that incorporate Stephen’s passion for wildlife conservation.Free   01243 779103 Email
Now - 17 June
  Oxmarket Gallery Exhibition: Deanna Hilder - Abstract Felted Paintings. Based in West Sussex, Deanna is an artist who works with a variety of media and processes. Her current work is with wet felt which she uses to create felted, abstract paintings. Influenced by the creation, history and evolution of the Sussex Downs and the Weald, Deanna has referenced the many epochs of intervention by man and his industries in the area and the continuing influences these have had on her local environment. Free   01243 779103 Email
Now - 14 June
11am - 4pm Uppark House and Gardens Open Cabinet Week . An opportunity for a sneak peek as Uppark open some doors, drawers and cupboards thought the house giving a real insight into the secret world of a stately home and our collection.   01730 825415 Email
Now - 7 July
  Chichester Festival Theatre THE COUNTRY WIFE - Widely regarded as one of the filthiest and funniest plays ever written, William Wycherley’s The Country Wife has outraged and excited audiences for over 300 years (though not during the many years it was banned from both stage and print) and today still casts a provocative light on sexual mores. Map 01243 781312 Email
Now - 17 June
  Oxmarket Gallery Exhibition: Society of Limners The Society’s 2018 Exhibition will have approximately 200 miniature paintings on show. Around 50 artists will be exhibiting, including established artists such as Pauline Denyer-Baker, Eric Kincaid, Peter Hayton, Bill Mundy and George Simpson. Most of the works on show will be for sale at prices ranging from £95 upwards. Free   01243 779103 Email
13 June
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
13 June
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Toddler Time for the under 5's. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
13 June
12.30pm - 2pm Marriott House and Lodge Lunch Club Helping to tackle loneliness in the community by inviting anyone who would usually dine alone to join the Lunch Club every Wednesday, followed by activity taster sessions. The Lunch Club is free, however advance booking required   01243 536652 Email
13 June
1.30pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Relax with Colouring for adults. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
14 June
10am - 11.30am Chichester Library Knit and Natter. Every Thursday Free   01243 777351 Email
15 June
9am - 2pm Chichester Farmers Market Chichester City Centre. All stallholders are required to grow, rear, bake, and/or preserve all their produce and are based within 30 miles of Chichester.      
15 June
2pm - 3pm Chichester Library Board Games for adults. Every Friday Free   01243 777351 Email
15 June
  Goodwood Racecourse

Three Friday Nights - Horseracing followed by a open-air DJ set - Steve Aoki!

Map 01243 755022 Email
15 June
6pm - 9pm The Novium Museum Game On! An evening of Games - A vibrant evening of games and activities themed to complement the Game Plan exhibition. £5 per person, £3 for students with a valid NUS card - includes a complimentary drink on arrival. Guests must be aged 18 or over Map 01243 775888 Email
15 June
7.30pm South Downs Planetarium Springtime Stars and Galaxies Map 01243 774400 Email
15 June
7.30pm Flavio School of Dance Liber/Tango Argentinian Tango Show - Inspired by Argentina's recent heart-rending past, Liber/Tango brings you an evening of Argentine tango and a story of strong will and liberty. Hampshire-based choreographer, Flavio De Brito, leads his dance school in this new show, which highlights the joy, beauty and passion of modern tango. Whether it's for the dance, or the music, Liber/Tango is sure to strike a chord. Location: The Show Room - University of Chichester - Bishop Otter Campus, College Lane, University of Chichester, PO19 6PE. Tickets: £15     Email
15 June
7.30pm Chichester Cathedral Play: 'The Tempest' by William Shakespeare: Performed in the open air, by an all-male cast with Elizabethan costumes, music and dance. Bring a chair and a picnic. The Tempest will take place on the Cathedral's south west lawn. Tickets available in person from the Cathedral Shop (located in the Cathedral Cloisters). Map 01243 782595 Email
16 June - 15 July
  Festival of Chichester This year's Festival of Chichester has an exciting and varied line up of over 200 events, and welcomes both local and international performers. Click on the link for a detailed guide of each of the wonderful events on offer.   01243 813595 Email
16 June
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Storytime for children. Every Saturday Free   01243 777351 Email
16 June
11.30am - 1pm West Sessex Coastal NCT West Sussex Coastal Nearly New Sale - Top quality nearly new baby and children’s clothing up to age 8, maternity wear, toys, books and equipment all at bargain prices and all under one roof. Refreshment stall stocked with homemade cakes. Location: Sports Hall, Chichester College, Westgate Fields, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1SB. Admission: £1.00 on entry. NCT members from 11:00 am, Non members from 11:30 am. Parking is available in the college pay and display car park. Please note that no buggies are permitted inside the venue. A buggy park will be available     Email
16 June
2pm Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
17 June
10.30am - 6pm Weald & Downland Museum FATHER’S DAY – DADS ENTER FREE! - Father’s Day on Sunday 17 June is a great time to visit the Museum – all dads and grandads enter the Museum free of charge on this special day!   01243 811363 Email
17 June
10.30am - 5pm Westbourne Open Gardens Westbourne Open Gardens - Owners of at least 17 gardens will present the triumph of their efforts, though the gardens are greatly varied in size, features and planting. For children, the Westbourne fairies and elves have been working overtime to create enchanting houses to be sought out amid foliage in the gardens. Members of Westbourne’s WI will be offering refreshments in the Parish Hall and on the Rectory Lawn. In addition, there will be more substantial lunch and snacks available elsewhere in the village. Proceeds to local charities. Cost: £8.00 adults, accompanied under 14s free. How to get event passports: Tickets will be available on the day from the Village Square and the Parish Hall     Email

17 June

  Stansted Park Father's Day- See a selection of vintage and classic cars parked outside the House. We have the fantastic Jazz Magic Trio keeping us entertained and bopping to the beat and scrumptious ice-cream and craft ales outside on the front lawn. As an added bonus there will be traditional garden games to play on the South Lawn as well as a new 'Challenge Dad' competition and, as always, FREE entry to the house for all those wonderful Dads! Map 023 9241 2265  Email
17 June
  Amberley Museum Dads Can Do - A special day of hands on activities including crafts for children. With crafts, pottery and train driving experiences for the Dads. Free entry for one Dad with each accompanying paying child   01798 831370 Email
17 June
3.30pm South Downs Planetarium Our Incredible Sun Map 01243 774400 Email
19 June - 1 July
  Oxmarket Gallery Exhibition: Chichester Art Society. Annual exhibition from long established group, packed with a huge variety of work from amateur and professional artists alike.Free   01243 779103 Email
19 June - 1 July
  Oxmarket Gallery Exhibition: Kim Cody, Sarah Fitt, Giles Harvey, Susan Milne - FRAGMENTS Free   01243 779103 Email
19 June
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
19 June
1.10pm Chichester Cathedral Lunchtime Concert: Willemijn Steenbakkers, violin Camilla Hessenberg, piano Free Map 01243 782595 Email
19 June
2pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Rhyme Time for the under 5's. Every Tuesday Free   01243 777351 Email
20 June
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
20 June
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Toddler Time for the under 5's. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
20 June
12.30pm - 2pm Marriott House and Lodge Lunch Club Helping to tackle loneliness in the community by inviting anyone who would usually dine alone to join the Lunch Club every Wednesday, followed by activity taster sessions. The Lunch Club is free, however advance booking required   01243 536652 Email
20 June
1.30pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Relax with Colouring for adults. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email

20 June

  Stansted Park The Pantaloons Outdoor Theatre: The Importance Of Being Earnest. This energetic and musical production from the critically-acclaimed Pantaloons’ infuses Wilde’s witty words with snappy new songs and frantically funny physical theatre to give this perennially popular play a hilarious contemporary twist! Tickets required Map 023 9241 2265  Email
21 June
10am - 11.30am Chichester Library Knit and Natter. Every Thursday Free   01243 777351 Email

21 June

  Stansted Park David Walliams - The Midnight Gang Bring your chairs, blankets, picnics, (perhaps a brolly) and be prepared to be daring at this outdoor adaptation of David Walliams’ bestseller. Who knows where the night may lead? Doors open at 5:30pm Show starts at 6pm and finishes 8pm with a 15 minute interval. Tickets required Map 023 9241 2265  Email
21 June
6pm Talks at Six TALK: Darwin’s Legacy to DNA - Darwin’s Legacy – from Origin of Species’ to Synthetic Biology Craig Gershater will trace the origins of modern biology back to the life of Charles Darwin. From the Galapagos Islands to his research work and the profound influence on Society and legacy in terms of molecular biology and synthetic biology today. Chosen Charity: Cancer Research UK. Interesting talks in a relaxed atmosphere, and active discussion. Admission is FREE, with donations to the speaker’s chosen charity. Held at The Studio, New Park Centre, Chichester.   07960 346922   
22 June
  Chichester Library Festival of Chichester: An introduction to ancestry With Librarian Geoffrey Redman. These short half-hour sessions will show you how to get on to the Ancestry website in the library and will include a tour of the site. You’ll find out what’s available and pick up tips on how to search for your ancestors. Times: 9.30am, 10.15am, 11.00am or 11.45am Tickets: Free - contact the library to book a session Free   01243 777351 Email
22 June
2pm - 3pm Chichester Library Board Games for adults. Every Friday Free   01243 777351 Email
23 & 24 June
  Amberley Museum Emergency Services Weekend - Come and see the fire engines from the Museum’s own collection and a range of visiting exhibits. All emergency services are welcome to demonstrate their vehicles at this spectacular event (exhibitors must book in advance).   01798 831370 Email
23 & 24 June
  Arundel Castle Four Nations Medieval Tournament - The Knights, Squires, and Men-at-Arms of Raven Tor Living History Group will meet in a Medieval Foot Tournament representing England, France, Poland and Denmark . With competitions using a variety of weapons, the free-style fighting of the combatants will be the nearest reproduction of tournament combat seen outside of the 15th century. Also Story Teller, falconry display, have-a-go-archery and a tented encampment of crafts and displays.   01903 882173  Email
23 June
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Storytime for children. Every Saturday Free   01243 777351 Email
23 June
  The Novium Museum Family Board Game Day - Family friendly board games and craft in the museum throughout the day. Create your very own game with your family to play at home. You can choose to make Table Top Football, travel Noughts and Crosses or design and make a board game from scratch! Craft activities run from 11:00 - 15:00 Map 01243 775888 Email
23 June
2pm Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
24 June
6.30pm West Dean Gardens Guitars in the Gardens - As part of the Festival of Chichester, come and enjoy two performances by guitarists Mitch Callow and John Mason with guest vocalist Anda Moore, in the beautiful backdrop of West Dean Gardens. Guitars in the Garden play "café music". A genre from Bach to Blues, Django to contemporary, often interspersed with improvisation and voice. The Gardens Restaurant is open from 6.30pm for refreshments. Tickets £8 - sold via the Festival of Chichester (not West Dean Gardens). Location: West Dean Gardens Restaurant Map 01243 818210 Email
25 June - 7 July
  West Dean Gardens Pergola Open Air Theatre - New Theatre Productions at West Dean Gardens present: The Rivals - Directed by Carol Hicks. & The Roundabout - Directed by John Hyatt. Map 01243 818210 Email
25 - 28 June
  Chichester College Festival of Learning - Free Talks - Chichester College is hosting a series of FREE TALKS as part of the Festival of Learning   01243 786 321 Email
26 June
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
26 June
1.10pm Chichester Cathedral Lunchtime Concert: Kyoko Canaway, organ Free Map 01243 782595 Email
26 June
2pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Rhyme Time for the under 5's. Every Tuesday Free   01243 777351 Email
27 June
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
27 June
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Toddler Time for the under 5's. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
27 June
12.30pm - 2pm Marriott House and Lodge Lunch Club Helping to tackle loneliness in the community by inviting anyone who would usually dine alone to join the Lunch Club every Wednesday, followed by activity taster sessions. The Lunch Club is free, however advance booking required   01243 536652 Email
27 June
1.30pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Relax with Colouring for adults. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
28 June
10am - 11.30am Chichester Library Knit and Natter. Every Thursday Free   01243 777351 Email
29 June
2pm - 3pm Chichester Library Board Games for adults. Every Friday Free   01243 777351 Email
29 June
4pm - 9pm West Dean College Angel Cake - Summer Show Preview - West Dean College of Arts and Conservation is pleased to announce the Visual Arts Summer Shows for 2018, taking place first at West Dean and then in London. The exhibitions showcase the work of students graduating from the full-time Visual Arts programmes, including Graduate Diploma and Master's degrees, as well as interim exhibitions by first year MFA students. Exhibiting students will present work developed over a year of intensive study, providing visitors with the opportunity to view original work by a group of emerging artists. Map 01243 811301 Email
30 June - 1 July
11am - 5pm Weald & Downland Museum RURAL LIFE WEEKEND: HISTORIC GARDENS - Discover the herbs, vegetables and flowers that rural households would have grown and used from Tudor times right up to the Victorian era. There will be displays, guided walks and talks, plus a chance to view a short film about the Museum’s gardens. You can also chat to our gardening team and see the Museum’s herbarium too. Find out how we use the plants grown in the Museum’s gardens for medicinal and culinary purposes, as well as natural dyeing and other uses. You can also learn how important gardens were to the ordinary working rural people of the past and how they would have been managed.   01243 811363 Email

30 June - 1 July

  Stansted Park The Nostalgia Show - A new event is coming to Stansted Park this summer, bringing with it whimsical charm and British eccentricity. Experience a magical step back in time, view an incredible selection of classic cars, shop vintage style, dine on British street food and dance the day away all in one glorious setting. There’ll be a fabulous choice of entertainment, including live music, street performers, and traditional fairground rides. Join in the daily dance classes for both beginners and advanced dancers and bop to your heart’s content. The event will take you from day to evening, finishing each day with funky DJs and a headline vintage act. Imagine the proms with a retro twist! Map 023 9241 2265  Email
30 June - 6 July
10am - 5pm West Dean College Angel Cake - Summer Show - West Dean College of Arts and Conservation is pleased to announce the Visual Arts Summer Shows for 2018, taking place first at West Dean and then in London. The exhibitions showcase the work of students graduating from the full-time Visual Arts programmes, including Graduate Diploma and Master's degrees, as well as interim exhibitions by first year MFA students. Exhibiting students will present work developed over a year of intensive study, providing visitors with the opportunity to view original work by a group of emerging artists. Map 01243 811301 Email
30 June
9.30am - 4pm University of Chichester OPEN DAY - At Open Days, we throw open our doors and welcome everyone to experience a day in the life of a vibrant community focused university. We've got live bands, a musical theatre showcase, dance classes, a theatre and acting workshop, sports lab sessions and sample lectures . You can explore all of our disciplines, running from Business, Sport, STEM and Creative Technologies to Education, Social Science and all of the Humanities. Campus tours will be running throughout the day and all our facilities will be open for you to explore. Professors and lecturers are on hand for an informal chat and student ambassadors can share their own experiences with you.      
30 June
12noon Chichester Library OPEN DAY Chichester Community Theatre presents a pop-up theatre production of 'Bear Hunt', a specially commissioned play written by Lucy Flannery: Robert has been looking forward to his retirement but things aren’t going as planned. He can’t find the spare batteries, he can’t change the weird light bulb and there’s something very, very wrong with his wife! Directed by Roger Redfarn. Free, drop-in Free   01243 777351 Email
30 June
2pm Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
30 June
  St Wilfred's Hospice DREAMBUILDING Site Tours - Join The DREAMBUILDING Team and building contractors Kier for a tour of the new Hospice site. The tours will begin at 10am or 1pm, and attendees will be given a copy of the floor plans as a point of reference as we walk around the footprint of the building. The tours should last approximately 30 minutes with time for questions at the end   01243 775302 Email
30 June
6pm Talks at Six TALK: An Evening with Kate Mosse - Kate Mosse, the well known local author, will talk about her writings, and her recently published book, The Burning Chambers. Kate hosts the pre and post performance interview series at Chichester Festival Theatre and is involved with the Festival of Chichester. Chosen Charity: Parkinson’s Society. Interesting talks in a relaxed atmosphere, and active discussion. Admission is FREE, with donations to the speaker’s chosen charity. Held at The Studio, New Park Centre, Chichester.   07960 346922   
2 July - 25 August
  Chichester Festival Theatre ME AND MY GIRL - At Hareford Hall in Hampshire, suspense is in the air. The family solicitor has found the long-lost heir to the Hareford title and riches. But, to everyone’s horror, he’s a Cockney barrow boy called Bill Snibson. As the Duchess determinedly sets out to transform him into a true gentleman, Bill’s sweetheart Sally wonders how she fits in to his new life. Before too long, Bill has to answer some soul-searching questions about who he really is. Map 01243 781312 Email
3 - 15 July
  Oxmarket Gallery Exhibition: Example on Tour Free   01243 779103 Email
3 July
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
4 July
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
4 July
2pm Chichester Literary Society Monthly Meeting - Raymond Chandler: often imitated, never surpassed by John Clegg. Open to all. Members free , Visitors £6, Students £2. Upcoming meetings, all at Boxgrove Village Hall, Chichester, PO18 OEE   01243 536273  
4 July
12.30pm - 2pm Marriott House and Lodge Lunch Club Helping to tackle loneliness in the community by inviting anyone who would usually dine alone to join the Lunch Club every Wednesday, followed by activity taster sessions. The Lunch Club is free, however advance booking required   01243 536652 Email
5 July
6pm Talks at Six TALK: Prisoners of Porchester Castle - Paul Chamberlain will tell the story of the Castle, once the home to 7,000 of Napoleon’s soldiers and seamen. It examines the prisoner held there, how they lived and died, and how they occupied their time. Chosen Charity: Waterloo Uncovered – aims to understand war and its impact on people – and to educate the public about it. Interesting talks in a relaxed atmosphere, and active discussion. Admission is FREE, with donations to the speaker’s chosen charity. Held at The Studio, New Park Centre, Chichester.   07960 346922   
6 July
9am - 2pm Chichester Farmers Market Chichester City Centre. All stallholders are required to grow, rear, bake, and/or preserve all their produce and are based within 30 miles of Chichester.      
7 July
10am - 12 midday Sunbeams Pre-school Sunbeams Summer Fair - Traditional Summer Fair with Tombola, Gift Stalls, Bow Stall, Raffle, Usborne Books, Toy Sales, Bottle Tombola, Lucky Dip, Cake Sales, Plant Sales and Refreshments. All proceeds goes to our Charity Pre-School. Address: Sunbeams Pre-School, The Annexe, School Lane, North Mundham, Chichester, PO20 1LA.   01243 787671  Email
7 July
2pm Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
8 July
1pm - 5pm Chichester Model Engineers Public Open Day     Email
8 July
6.30pm West Dean Gardens Guitars in the Gardens - As part of the Festival of Chichester, come and enjoy two performances by guitarists Mitch Callow and John Mason with guest vocalist Anda Moore, in the beautiful backdrop of West Dean Gardens. Guitars in the Garden play "café music". A genre from Bach to Blues, Django to contemporary, often interspersed with improvisation and voice. The Gardens Restaurant is open from 6.30pm for refreshments. Tickets £8 - sold via the Festival of Chichester (not West Dean Gardens). Location: West Dean Gardens Restaurant Map 01243 818210 Email
10 July
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
11 July
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
11 July
12.30pm - 2pm Marriott House and Lodge Lunch Club Helping to tackle loneliness in the community by inviting anyone who would usually dine alone to join the Lunch Club every Wednesday, followed by activity taster sessions. The Lunch Club is free, however advance booking required   01243 536652 Email
12 - 15 July
  Goodwood Festival of Speed

Festival of Speed - The Silver Jubilee

  01243 755055 Email
12 July
6pm Talks at Six TALK: Mandela – Life in Max Security Prison - Colin Chambers who was the Chaplin at Robben Island during part of Mandela’s 18 years there, tells of the conditions, regime, and the physical and psychological difficulties he endured. Chosen Charity: Faith and Football, a Christian Charity working in Portsmouth, helping young people reach their full potential, making a difference and changing lives. Interesting talks in a relaxed atmosphere, and active discussion. Admission is FREE, with donations to the speaker’s chosen charity. Held at The Studio, New Park Centre, Chichester.   07960 346922   
13 July - 11 August
  Chichester Festival Theatre - Minerva Theatre THE MEETING - Rachel has been the voice for her deaf mother since she was born, but now she is restless to be heard for herself. Together, they have found sanctuary in a Quaker community that reveres silence. But the world is at war and it is becoming ever harder to live in Friendship. When a stranger arrives in their midst, their fragile peace is set to shatter. Map 01243 781312 Email
14 & 15 July
  Amberley Museum Rail Gala - This year we will be celebrating Peter’s 100th birthday with plenty of the noise and action on our big train set and our annual model railway exhibition. With our resident steam trains enjoy riding the railway around the site.   01798 831370 Email
14 July
2pm Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
17 July
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  

17 July

  Stansted Park Il Divo - IL DIVO RETURN TO UK IN SUMMER 2018 WITH VERY SPECIAL GUEST MICHAEL BALL WITH STUNNING 'Castles and Country' TOUR. A magical evening of exquisite live music. Tickets available through Ticketmaster Map 023 9241 2265  Email
18 July
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
18 July
12.30pm - 2pm Marriott House and Lodge Lunch Club Helping to tackle loneliness in the community by inviting anyone who would usually dine alone to join the Lunch Club every Wednesday, followed by activity taster sessions. The Lunch Club is free, however advance booking required   01243 536652 Email
18 July
6pm - 9pm Weald & Downland Museum DAVID WALLIAMS: THE MIDNIGHT GANG - After the successful 2015 adaptation of Mr Stink (which David Walliams described as “Magnificent!”) and their 2016 and 2017 performances of Ratburger and Billionaire Boy, Heartbreak Productions returns to the Museum this summer with a theatrical premiere of David Walliams’ Midnight Gang, adapted for the outdoor stage. Tickets required   01243 811363 Email

18 July

  Stansted Park Tom Jones - Music legend Tom Jones is taking his sensational live show to magnificent stately homes and historic UK locations this summer. The concerts will be a celebration of a music career that spans six decades and will see Sir Tom perform headline shows at some of the nation’s most beautiful venues. Tickets available at www.cuffeandtaylor.com/events/tomjones Map 023 9241 2265  Email
20 July
9am - 2pm Chichester Farmers Market Chichester City Centre. All stallholders are required to grow, rear, bake, and/or preserve all their produce and are based within 30 miles of Chichester.      
20 July
7.30pm - 10.30pm Apuldram Centre Barn Dance. Barn Dance and Ploughman’s Supper with licensed cash bar and raffle. Tickets are £15 and numbers are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.   01243 783370  Email
21 &22 July
10.30am - 5pm Weald & Downland Museum WORKING ANIMALS SHOW - Enjoy free talks and demonstrations in our animal-themed zones where you can learn about the animals, their work and how to care for them. Also learn about animal-based careers. Watch arena displays to see these magnificent animals in action! Plus visit the children’s zone, where our younger visitors can learn about, handle and groom friendly animals.   01243 811363 Email
21 July
2pm Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
21 July
8pm West Dean College of Arts & Conservation Concert by the Chilingirian Quartet - The Chilingirian Quartet will perform Haydn Op 50 No 6, Beethoven Op 135, Beethoven Op 59 No 1. The Chilingirian Quartet are one of the world's most celebrated and widely travelled ensembles renowned for their thrilling and authoritative interpretations of the great quartets and commanding performances of the contemporary repertoire. Map 01243 811301 Email
24 July
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
25 July
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
25 July
12.30pm - 2pm Marriott House and Lodge Lunch Club Helping to tackle loneliness in the community by inviting anyone who would usually dine alone to join the Lunch Club every Wednesday, followed by activity taster sessions. The Lunch Club is free, however advance booking required   01243 536652 Email
26 July
6pm Talks at Six TALK: Alan Brooke – Overlooked - Peter Rice will talk about our most important soldier in WW2. Churchill’s military right-hand man and a great leader in the defeat of the Axis powers. Why was he overlooked? Chosen Charity: Royal British Legion. Who provide financial, social and emotional support to members and veterans of the British Armed Forces, their families and dependants.Interesting talks in a relaxed atmosphere, and active discussion. Admission is FREE, with donations to the speaker’s chosen charity. Held at The Studio, New Park Centre, Chichester.   07960 346922   
28 July
2pm Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
29 July
  Amberley Museum Classic Car Summer Show- Our annual summer car show will bring a wonderful collection of classic cars from 1955 – 1991, with some exhibitors dressing up in the period costumes to add to the atmosphere. Also enjoy our steam days with our resident steam trains riding the railway around the site.   01798 831370 Email

30 July

  Stansted Park Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - Take a trip down the rabbit hole with Chapterhouse Theatre Company this summer as they present the classic tale of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Please bring along your own picnics to enjoy during the performance and something to sit on, blankets and low backed chairs are permitted. Tickets required Map 023 9241 2265  Email
30 July - 4 August
  Goodwood Racecourse

Qatar Goodwood Festival - Popularly known as 'Glorious Goodwood', the 5 day race meeting is one of the largest in the world.

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31 July
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  

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