Chichester Festival Theatre - Arts & Culture

Trial by Laughter
Following their acclaimed The Wipers Times, Ian Hislop and Nick Newman have once again taken inspiration from real life events for their new play.William Hone, the forgotten hero of free speech, was a bookseller, publisher and satirist. In 1817, he stood trial for ‘impious blasphemy and seditious libel’. The only crime he had committed was parodying religious texts and being funny abou
Event date(s):
04th February 2019 19:30 - 09th February 2019 19:30
Chichester Festival Theatre - Arts & Culture

The Unreturning
A British northern coastal town. Three young men are coming home from the war. Their stories, set at different times over the last 100 years, are beautifully interwoven in this compelling new play by Anna Jordan.Directed by Frantic Assembly’s Associate Director Neil Bettles and featuring Frantic’s celebrated physicality, The Unreturning explores the profound effect that war has on youn
Event date(s):
05th February 2019 19:45 - 09th February 2019 19:45
Chichester Festival Theatre - Arts & Culture

Rough Crossing
Rough Crossing is one of Tom Stoppard’s most hilarious and brilliant plays.Two famous but desperate playwrights are stuck on an ocean liner headed for New York, feverishly trying to rehearse their latest show before reaching land, and opening night. But they are constantly distracted by their delicate composer’s attempts to end it all, having heard his lover confess her feelings to the
Event date(s):
11th February 2019 19:30 - 16th February 2019 19:30
Chichester Festival Theatre - Arts & Culture

The Life I Lead
The actor David Tomlinson is best remembered as Mr Banks in Disney’s classic Mary Poppins but his real life was just as fascinating as any of the parts he played. He was a World War II fighter pilot and his life also featured a certain amount of heartbreak, not least the tragic death of his first wife and his later struggles to have his son recognised as one of the first British cases of aut
Event date(s):
11th February 2019 19:45 - 16th February 2019 19:45
Chichester Cathedral - Music

The Sixteen: Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610
Date: 14 February 2019Time: 7.30pmVenue: Chichester CathedralTickets: £10-30Book online: our box office: 0333 010 2850Further information:The Sixteen choir and orchestraHarry Christophers conductorSoloists:Katy Hill, Charlotte Mobbs sopranoJeremy Budd, Mark Dobell tenorBen Davies, Eamonn Dougan bassThe Sixteen performs one of t
Event date(s):
14th February 2019 19:30 - 19:30
South Downs Planetarium - Science & Astronomy

Seven Wonders of the Solar System. 17th February 2019 15:30 - 16:30

Come to the Planetarium for a flight of fancy to explore our planetary neighbours. From the searing surface of our Sun, we head past beautiful blue Earth to the grandest volcanoes and most spectacular canyons in the Solar System, then on to some quite remarkable moons of Jupiter, and finally to the glorious rings of Saturn, and yet more remarkable moons.Fasten your seat belts for the trip of a lif
Event date(s):
17th February 2019 15:30 - 16:30
Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre - Arts & Culture

Amberley Industrial Museum - February Half Term
During the February half term, enjoy our week of family STEM activities and take part in our family trail around the 36 acre site.  Discover the South’s industrial heritage at our museum, learn about technology through the years, and have fun riding our narrow gauge train and historic bus around the site.Located in the heart of the South Downs national park, our museum is dedicated to p
Event date(s):
18th February 2019 10:00 - 22nd February 2019 17:00
Pallant House Gallery - Arts & Culture

Bedtime Stories: Fairytales [5+ years)

Join us this February half-term for creative activities to inspire and entertain.[5+ years)6pm-8.30pmEver wondered what magic happens after dark at the Gallery?A special evening of storytelling and making inspired by our House of Fairytales display. Includes a not-quite-midnight snack.Buy Tickets. Part of our series of events for February half term. Click here for more information. 
Event date(s):
18th February 2019 18:00 - 20:30