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Cock by Mike Bartlett
Minerva Theatre, Chichester
Mike Bartlett is a master of dialogue, especially in triangular relationships where visceral emotions surface. Anyone knows that if they became immersed in the recent BBC TV series Dr Foster. This revival of his earlier award-winning play Cock,
After a summer of seeing giant decorated hares all over the town, Haslemere held its grand auction of the resin sculptures, with a glittering reception.
The Grand Finale Auction was a huge success, the auction lots alone raising £15,000, with ticket
Could you do with £31,000 of expert help to get your invention to market? The Morgan Innovation Prize 2019 is open for entries.
The judges are searching for innovators who believe their ideas will have a positive global impact by dramatically
It has been another successful year for Portsmouth and District Synchronised Swimming Club which trains at three pools - Churcher’s College in Petersfield, Redwood Park Academy in Cosham, and Fleming Park Leisure Centre in Eastleigh.
The club entered four teams into
Rogate Pumpkin Patch - PYO pumpkins - will be open daily, 10am-5pm, from October 20-28, at the field just off the A272 between Rogate and Trotton.
There will be extra Hallowe'en goodies and activities available too.
See www.rogatepumpkinpatch.com or call 07830 412806
Vulcan 7, by Adrian Edmondson and Nigel Planer
Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford
Monday, September 24
Oh dear. I was so looking forward to a good laugh. But this didn’t deliver. It had moments of fun and I did laugh out loud on a number
Flowers for Mrs Harris
Chichester Festival Theatre
British theatregoers love a musical. As long as it has a heart-warming story. strong voices and good acting, it doesn’t even need a memorable song. ‘Flowers for Mrs Harris’ ticked all these boxes and the
Anglo Saxon re-enactment group, Herigeas Hundas, will be celebrating the Autumnal Equinox this weekend, September 22-23, at Butser Ancient Farm in Chalton.
Visitors will be able to enjoy action-packed fighting demonstrations, along with ancient crafts and everyday camp life at the
Petersfield-based charity FitzRoy is hosting a James Bond-inspired Casino Royale Night on Friday, September 28, at Churcher’s College Assembly Hall, in aid of supporting people with learning disabilities and autism.
The night offers plenty of exciting entertainment, including casino games, music
Be prepared for the very highly commended poet, Cynthia Hamilton, at September's Write Angle in Petersfield.
Cynthia is a comic performance artist who began while still at the University in Liverpool. She became the Allcomers Slam Champion at the Cheltenham Festival