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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
To add to the poignant poppy cascade on the outside of St Chrisopher's Church, Haslemere, the inside of the church will have more than 20 floral arrangements created by local community groups from all over the area, in Haslemere Remembers
Every year in September, thousands of hidden, historic places open their doors to the public for free during the Heritage Open Day event, to celebrate their fantastic history, architecture and culture.
This year the main theme is Extraordinary Women, so why
Fabulous Networking, the Collaborative Business Community, launches in Petersfield on Friday, September 21. With more than 30 groups in the South East, Fabulous Networking’s monthly meetings are structured but informal, with networking, an exchange of business cards, a 60-second pitch,
Copenhagen, by Michael Frayn
Minerva Theatre, Chichester
Ten years have passed since Michael Frayn’s cerebral play ‘Copenhagen’ made its debut at the National Theatre. This marks the playwright’s take on a famous meeting in 1941 between two of the world’s leading physicists,
The Chalk Garden, by Enid Bagnold
Chichester Festival Theatre
June 3 2018
Enid Bagnold was the author of the children’s novel National Velvet, the 1944 film version of which made Elizabeth Taylor a star at the age of 12. She wanted to achieve
The Country Wife
William Wycherley was an extremely ribald playwright in Charles II’s Restoration England. Indeed his 1675 play The Country Wife, which opened at the Drury Lane Theatre (newly restored by Christopher Wren), was banned for 171 years