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Chichester Diary of Events 1   homebacknext

Chichester Diary of Events

...entertainment for all

Chichester Cinema at New Park
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 April / May 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 - 22 April
  Oxmarket Gallery The not so Famous Five - An exhibition by five, sussex, women artists, all working in different media to express their reactions and emotional connections to the countryside and people with whom they live .Free   01243 779103 Email
18 & 25 April
  Penny Brohn UK Course: Living Well. A free support course in Chichester for people with cancer and close supporters. Two day course held over two consecutive Wednesdays. The course addresses cancer’s physical and psychological impact and shows how healthy eating, exercise and relaxation can improve health and wellbeing, before, during and after medical treatment. Booking required. Location: Chichester Park Hotel   0303 3000 118 Email
20 April - 12 May
  Chichester Festival Theatre PRESENT LAUGHTER Map 01243 781312 Email
20 April
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 April
2pm - 3pm Chichester Library Board Games for adults. Every Friday Free   01243 777351 Email
20 April
7.30pm South Downs Planetarium The Northern Lights Map 01243 774400 Email
21 & 22 April
  Chichester Marina Chichester Boat Show - Hosted by Premier Marinas. Set in the area around The Boat House Cafe on pontoon AA, Chichester Marina, the Spring boat show will feature extraordinary in water and onshore displays. There will also be a wide range of additional products and brands on display.      
21 & 22 April
  Pallant House Gallery Free Open Weekend - Enjoy creative activities for all ages, Spotlight Art Talks and FREE entry to the spring exhibitions and displays with the annual open weekend.   01243 774557  Email
21 & 22 April
  Pallant House Gallery Family Activity - FREE. Family drop-in activity in the Studio. Taking inspiration from Damien Hirst, Sheila Bownas and Pop Art   01243 774557  Email
21 April
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Storytime for children. Every Saturday Free   01243 777351 Email
21 April
2pm Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
21 April
7.30pm Emsworth Meridian Singers Charity Event: Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Gondoliers with Narration. Location - Christ Church, Old Market Avenue, Chichester, PO19 1QH. Tickets £10 with proceeds going to Joe Glover Trust. Tickets available at The Novium and Christ Church Friday Lunch Club 12pm - 2pm      
22 April
  Amberley Museum Spring Bus Show - a wonderful display of Museum buses and some visiting exhibitors   01798 831370 Email
24 - 29 April
  Oxmarket Gallery Chichester Open Studios Art Trail - This annual exhibition is a collection of sample pieces from each artist participating in the 2018 Art Trail. It is an excellent opportunity to choose those you would like to visit, so you can plan your own trail Free   01243 779103 Email
24 April - 6 May
  Oxmarket Gallery David Meeking - Where I find Myself Free   01243 779103 Email

24 April - 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
24 April
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
24 April
1.10pm Chichester Cathedral Lunchtime Concert: The Aurora Trio Emma Halnan, flute Jordan Sian, viola Heather Wrighton, harp Free Map 01243 782595 Email
24 April
2pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Rhyme Time for the under 5's. Every Tuesday Free   01243 777351 Email
25 April
10am - 2pm Chichester Library NHS Carers Health Team - Help to improve and manage your own health and wellbeing for those looking after family or friends who are ill or frail. Free drop-in   01243 777351 Email
25 April
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
25 April
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Toddler Time for the under 5's. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
25 April
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
25 April
1.30pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Relax with Colouring for adults. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
26 April
10am - 11.30am Chichester Library Knit and Natter. Every Thursday Free   01243 777351 Email
26 April
6pm Talks at Six TALK: Past, Present and Future of Watchmaking - Peter Mellor and Josh of R.L. Austen’s in Chichester. 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   
27 April
10.30am - 12noon Chichester Cathedral Illuminating Chichester Cathedral Tour Series 2018: Walter Hussey and his Legacy. Booking essential Map 01243 782595 Email
27 April
2pm - 3pm Chichester Library Board Games for adults. Every Friday Free   01243 777351 Email
27 April
7.30pm South Downs Planetarium Springtime Stars, Moon and Planets. Map 01243 774400 Email
28 April
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Storytime for children. Every Saturday Free   01243 777351 Email
28 April
2pm Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
29 April
  Amberley Museum Stationary Engines - a collection of stationary engines and associated machinery to watch and enjoy   01798 831370 Email
29 April
3.30pm South Downs Planetarium Voyage to Giant Jupiter and its moons Map 01243 774400 Email
30 April
6.30pm French Conversation 'Bavardage au Pub' On the last Monday of every month an informal group meet at The Crate & Apple, Westgate to practise their French for a relaxed hour or two. All levels welcome, no English spoken    07792 708229  
1 - 6 May
  Oxmarket Gallery Ken Walch - A celebration of the life and work of Chichester painter Ken Walch Free   01243 779103 Email
1 May
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
1 May
1.10pm Chichester Cathedral Lunchtime Concert: Anemos Trio Karen Kingsley, piano Richard Moore, bassoon Robert Blanken, clarinet Free Map 01243 782595 Email
1 May
2pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Rhyme Time for the under 5's. Every Tuesday Free   01243 777351 Email
2 May
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Toddler Time for the under 5's. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
2 May
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
2 May
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
2 May
1.30pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Relax with Colouring for adults. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
2 May
2pm Chichester Literary Society Talk on David Jones: Poet, Artist and Soldier by Tom Durham. Members free , Visitors £6, Students £2, open to all. Loacation: Boxgrove Village Hall, Chichester, PO18 OEE   01243 536273 Email
2 May
5.30pm - 7pm West Dean College Artist Talk: Inside the Edward James Archive: A talk by Archivist Simon Coleman This illustrated talk will introduce the personal archive of the College's founder, Edward James, and discuss how it reflects his remarkably varied and culturally active life. This event is now fully booked! Map 01243 811301 Email
3 May
10am - 11.30am Chichester Library Knit and Natter. Every Thursday Free   01243 777351 Email
3 May
6pm Talks at Six TALK: Your Peppers from Plant to Plate - Gerard Vonk, from Tangmere Pepper Farm, will explain how they have transformed nearly 75 acres to growing sweet peppers, all hydroponically grown in climate-controlled glasshouses. 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   
3 & 29 May
 

University of Chichester

(at Chichester Children and Family Centre)

GROWING STEM - The two sessions are themed around nature and growing. The children will have the chance to learn more about how things grow through stories and games and will be able to plant and grow their own vegetables. Free to attend, booking essential      
4 May - 2 June
  Chichester Festival Theatre RANDOM/GENERATIONS - 2 short and haunting dramas examine love, life and loss through the lives of two families on two continents Map 01243 781312 Email
4 May
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.      
4 May
2pm - 3pm Chichester Library Board Games for adults. Every Friday Free   01243 777351 Email
4 May
7.30pm South Downs Planetarium Springtime Stars, Moon and Planets. Map 01243 774400 Email
5 - 7 May
10.30am - 5pm Weald & Downland Museum Food Festival - The very best of the south east’s produce – from heritage production methods to the modern day – will be showcased at this special spring event. Enjoy free cookery classes and short talks, shop from vendors selling local produce, watch demonstrations and crafts, learn about historic food and drink in our collection of rescued historic houses, plus much more.   01243 811363 Email
5 - 7 May
  Chichester Open Studios Art Trail Chichester Art Trail - From the top of the South Downs, through the valleys, down to the sea, along the coast and into the city, local artists & makers welcome you to their studios. Painters, printmakers, potters, weavers, photographers, jewellers, sculptors, textile artists, glass workers, calligraphers, furniture makers, metal workers, dressmakers, illustrators, wood turners ...all ready to share their work and creative practice with you.     Email
5 May
  Goodwood Racecourse Opening Saturday Raceday   01243 755055  
5 May
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Storytime for children. Every Saturday Free   01243 777351 Email
5 May
2pm Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
5 May
2pm - 3.30pm West Dean Gardens TALK: The Living Jigsaw – how to garden with wildlife in mind: Val Bourne will be talking about the content of her book, The Living Jigsaw, which explores gardening without using chemicals, as Val believes passionately that it's quite possible to have a beautiful flower-packed garden and help wildlife. Tickets required. Map 01243 818210 Email
5 May
  St Wilfred's Hospice Moonlight Walk - Join #TeamWilf on 5th May for a 5 or 10 mile sponsored walk through Chichester. Registration required. 01243 775302 Email
6 May
  Amberley Museum Classic Motorcycles Day - the Motorcycle show will host a wide cross-section of machines for the education and entertainment of the public. This show aims to celebrate the history of British Motorcycling with Motorcycles up to 1990   01798 831370 Email
7 May
10am - 4pm Fishbourne Roman Palace Mosaic Mayhem! - A day of enjoyment and exploration focusing on the most famous aspect of the site – the stunning mosaic floors.   01243 785859  
7 May
12 - 3pm Uppark House and Gardens Women of Uppark Season - Music from Kirsty Merryn. Kirsty Merryn joins us to celebrate the Women of Uppark with live music in the gardens. Normal admission prices apply. This event may have to be cancelled if poor weather is forecast.   01730 825415 Email
7 May
3.30pm South Downs Planetarium Seven Wonders of the Solar System Map 01243 774400 Email
8 - 20 May
  Oxmarket Gallery Exhibition: Art Direct Group Free   01243 779103 Email
8 - 20 May
  Oxmarket Gallery Exhibition: Susan Shafrir: IMPACT! BIOETHICS Free   01243 779103 Email
8 - 20 May
  Oxmarket Gallery Exhibition: Doug Davis Free   01243 779103 Email
8 May
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
8 May
1.10pm Chichester Cathedral Lunchtime Concert: Chichester String Ensemble, with organist Richard Barnes Free Map 01243 782595 Email
8 May
2pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Rhyme Time for the under 5's. Every Tuesday Free   01243 777351 Email
9 May
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
9 May
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Toddler Time for the under 5's. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
9 May
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
9 May
1.30pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Relax with Colouring for adults. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
10 May
10am - 11.30am Chichester Library Knit and Natter. Every Thursday Free   01243 777351 Email
10 May
11am - 3pm

The Novium Museum

Childhood Memories Valuation Day - The Novium invite you to bring along toys, games and antiques to this special event, where a team of auctioneers from Henry Adams Auctions will value your items. If you are tempted to sell your items at auction, Henry Adams will generously donate their commission to support the Novium Museum. Limited to five valuations per person. Valuations are provided by Henry Adams Auctions on a free, no obligation basis. Map 01243 775888 Email
10 May
6pm Talks at Six TALK: Victorian Oysterboat ‘Terror’ - Judi Darley will tell us the story of Terror, the Oysterboat, owned by the Conservancy and operated and skippered by volunteers from The Friends of Chichester Harbour. 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   
11 May
2pm - 3pm Chichester Library Board Games for adults. Every Friday Free   01243 777351 Email
11 May
7.30pm South Downs Planetarium Planet Hunt! The Search for Worlds Like Earth Map 01243 774400 Email
12 - 13 May
10.30am - 5pm Weald & Downland Museum THE BODGERS’ BALL - Enjoy a weekend of greenwood working displays, demonstrations and competitions! There will be demonstrations and opportunities to try using a polelathe and shave horse, and to talk to the Museum’s team about courses in traditional rural trades and crafts and historic building conservation.   01243 811363 Email
12 & 13 May
  Chichester Open Studios Art Trail Chichester Art Trail - From the top of the South Downs, through the valleys, down to the sea, along the coast and into the city, local artists & makers welcome you to their studios. Painters, printmakers, potters, weavers, photographers, jewellers, sculptors, textile artists, glass workers, calligraphers, furniture makers, metal workers, dressmakers, illustrators, wood turners ...all ready to share their work and creative practice with you.     Email
12 May
10.30am - 12.30pm Pallant House Gallery Family Activity - FREE. Family drop-in activity in the Studio. Taking inspiration from Damien Hirst, Sheila Bownas and Pop Art   01243 774557  Email
12 May
10.30am - 12noon Chichester Cathedral Illuminating Chichester Cathedral Tour Series 2018: Walter Hussey and his Legacy. Booking essential Map 01243 782595 Email
12 May
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Storytime for children. Every Saturday Free   01243 777351 Email
12 May
2pm Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
12 May
  Just Walk COME ON EVERYBODY LET'S WALK A unique charity challenge where you can walk to raise money for any charity of your choice or take on a personal challenge. Choose a walking distance to suit your fitness level or goal – 10km, 25km, 35km, 45km or the BIG 60km! Entry fees apply. Location: Goodwood Racecourse. 01297 300504
12 May
  The Chichester Singers Singing Day - The Chichester Singers will be hosting a Singing Day, open too anyone who can read music. Join in the chorus for Haydn’s Nelson Mass and Jonathan Willcock’s Sing Africa. 01243 465797 Email
12 May
7.30pm Chichester Cathedral Concert: The Leconfield Singers, with the English Philharmonia Map 01243 782595 Email
13 May
  Amberley Museum Commercial Vehicles Day - This event will host a display of interesting and historic commercial vehicles from before and after the Second World War.   01798 831370 Email
13 May
11am - 2pm Apuldram Centre Cream Tea. Delicious scones with jam and cream to be enjoyed with Live Music, a Bumper Raffle and Tombola.   01243 783370 Email
13 May
12 - 4pm The Sussex Snowdrop Trust Annual Snowdrop Walk - 25 Years Celebration - The plans for Snowdrop's Annual Walk are up and running so make Sunday May 13th 2018 a date not to be missed. Location: Arundel Castle Park   01243 572433 Email
13 May
3.30pm South Downs Planetarium Springtime Stars and Galaxies Map 01243 774400 Email
15 May
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
15 May
1.10pm Chichester Cathedral Lunchtime Concert: Gabriele Baldocci, piano Free Map 01243 782595 Email
15 May
2pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Rhyme Time for the under 5's. Every Tuesday Free   01243 777351 Email
15 May
6.30pm West Dean College Talk: Ami Bouhassane 'Lee Miller: A Life with Food, Friends and Recipes' The event will feature a talk by Ami Bouhassane and includes a buffet of dishes from the book, prepared by West Dean's Head Chef, Dan Frowen. Doors open at 6.30pm, talk starts at 7pm and the event finishes at 9.30pm. Dressing up is encouraged! Tickets required Map 01243 811301 Email
16 May
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
16 May
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Toddler Time for the under 5's. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
16 May
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
16 May
1.30pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Relax with Colouring for adults. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
17 May
10am - 11.30am Chichester Library Knit and Natter. Every Thursday Free   01243 777351 Email
17 May
6pm Talks at Six TALK: Life in a Buddhist Monastery - The Abbot, Ajahn Karuniko, will talk on the origins of the monastery, Daily Life in the monastery, and relationship to lay community, and The Buddha’s Teaching. 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   
18 & 19 May
8.45pm - 11pm Weald & Downland Museum MUSEUM AT NIGHT - Experience the atmospheric Museum at Night guided walks. Advance booking essential   01243 811363 Email
18 May
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.      
18 May
2pm - 3pm Chichester Library Board Games for adults. Every Friday Free   01243 777351 Email
18 May
6pm - 9pm

The Novium Museum

Game On! An Evening of Games - a vibrant evening of games and activities themed to complement our Game Plan exhibition. Part of the national Museums at Night Festival. Map 01243 775888 Email
19 & 20 May
  Amberley Museum Military Vehicle Home Front Weekend - A weekend of nostalgia and history to go back in time to the wartime period. Dress up and be part of this great historic event, and on the Sunday take part in the evacuee train. Watch re-enactments, dioramas, military vehicles and enjoy period bus rides.   01798 831370 Email
19 May
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Storytime for children. Every Saturday Free   01243 777351 Email
19 May
2pm Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
20 May
1pm - 5pm Chichester Model Engineers Public Open Day     Email
21 May
7pm Arundel Wetland Centre Talk: Bats of Arundel - WWT Arundel's own Ground Manager Paul Stevens talks about the 9 species spotted locally in regular bat surveys. As part of the talk take a sneak peak at the bats feeding over the Arun Riverlife lagoon.   01903 883355 Email
22 May - 3 June
  Oxmarket Gallery Exhibition: Anita Richards - Abstract paintings that explore lines and shapes and the juxtaposition of colour and pattern, stimulating the imaginationFree   01243 779103 Email
22 May - 3 June
  Oxmarket Gallery Exhibition: Andrea Scott Free   01243 779103 Email
22 May
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
22 May
1.10pm Chichester Cathedral Lunchtime Concert: Duo Fantasia Rusne Mikiskaite, saxophone Imma Setiadi, piano Free Map 01243 782595 Email
22 May
2pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Rhyme Time for the under 5's. Every Tuesday Free   01243 777351 Email
23 May
10am - 2pm Chichester Library NHS Carers Health Team - Help to improve and manage your own health and wellbeing for those looking after family or friends who are ill or frail. Free drop-in   01243 777351 Email
23 May
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
23 May
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Toddler Time for the under 5's. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
23 May
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
23 May
1.30pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Relax with Colouring for adults. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
24 - 26 May
  Goodwood Racecourse A Festival of Food and Racing - In between the excitement of the races you can enjoy the finest food and drink, including organic produce from Goodwood Home Farm and award-winning fare from local artisan suppliers.   01243 755055  
24 May
10am - 11.30am Chichester Library Knit and Natter. Every Thursday Free   01243 777351 Email
25 May - 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
25 May
10am Chichester Natural History Society Walk: Start at TITCHFIELD HAVEN NATIONAL NATURE RESERVE - Half or Whole day - A carefully managed Reserve in the Meon Valley giving a mosaic of natural habitats - river, fen, pool, reedbed and meadow.      
25 May
2pm - 3pm Chichester Library Board Games for adults. Every Friday Free   01243 777351 Email
26 - 28 May
  Amberley Museum Traditional Crafts Weekend - There will be visiting craftspeople, some demonstrating their skills and techniques. Along with resident craftspeople, this is a great opportunity to see many traditional crafts from our past. Many stalls will be selling their craftwork.   01798 831370 Email
26 May - 3 June
12 - 3pm Uppark House and Gardens May half-term trail. Families can hunt for clues taking children around Uppark's easy to navigate gardens. Inside, you'll discover a magnificent dolls' house, underground tunnels and servants quarters that'll reveal more about life 'below stairs' in this grand house.   01730 825415 Email
26 May - 3 June
  Arundel Wetland Centre New Life Week - Discover new life awakening in the ponds and meadows this spring! Pond dipping sessions run everyday during halfterm at the Pond Explorer station. Kids can create Crackin' Crafts every afternoon, too!   01903 883355 Email
26 May
10am - 4pm West Dean College WORKSHOP: Deeds Not Words workshop Drawing inspiration from Suffrage banners, participants at this drop-in workshop are invited to make their own banners that engage, provoke, empower, and express the ideas, concerns and hopes of women in the 21st century. This is a free event. A donation towards materials is encouraged. Map 01243 811301 Email
26 May
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Storytime for children. Every Saturday Free   01243 777351 Email
26 May
2pm Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
27 May
3.30pm South Downs Planetarium Springtime Stars, Moon and Planets. Map 01243 774400 Email
28 May - 2 June
 

The Novium Museum

Chichester Roman Week - Chichester Roman Week is a 7 day festival celebrating Chichester's Roman Heritage. Roman Week returns for its third year and is set to be bigger and better than ever. Featuring re-enactments, talks, trails, guided tours, family activities and immersive theatre, each day will be themed around an aspect of Roman life. Map 01243 775888 Email
28 May
10am - 5pm Fishbourne Roman Palace 50 years on! - 28th May 1968 was the official opening day and we are celebrating this special day.   01243 785859  
28 May
12 - 3pm Uppark House and Gardens Women of Uppark Season - Music from Kirsty Merryn. Kirsty Merryn joins us to celebrate the Women of Uppark with live music in the gardens. Normal admission prices apply. This event may have to be cancelled if poor weather is forecast.   01730 825415 Email
28 May
3.30pm South Downs Planetarium All Aboard - A Tour of the Planets Map 01243 774400 Email
29 May
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
29 May
2pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Rhyme Time for the under 5's. Every Tuesday Free   01243 777351 Email
30 May
11am Chichester City Tours Standby tours - Meet at Chichester Tourist Information Centre   01243 775888  
30 May
11am - 11.30am Chichester Library Toddler Time for the under 5's. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
30 May
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
30 May
1.30pm - 2.30pm Chichester Library Relax with Colouring for adults. Every Wednesday Free   01243 777351 Email
30 May
3.30pm South Downs Planetarium Hubble's View of the Universe Map 01243 774400 Email
30 May
  Chichester Cathedral Festival of Flowers Preview Evening: Advance booking essential Map 01243 782595 Email
31 May - 2 June
  Chichester Cathedral Festival of Flowers - Return of Chichester Cathedral's spectacular floral event. The Cathedral will be transformed with over eighty stunning arrangements all following the theme of the Festival's title: 'This Earthly Paradise'. Map 01243 782595 Email
31 May
10am - 11.30am Chichester Library Knit and Natter. Every Thursday Free   01243 777351 Email
31 May
6pm Talks at Six TALK: Advances in Treatment of Heart Disease - Colin Reid, consultant Cardiologist at St Richards Hospital Chichester, having worked with transplant pioneer Pro Yacoub, will describe amazing advances in management of heart disease over the time of his career. 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   

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