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This year’s 75th Members’ Meeting, taking place at the Goodwood Motor Circuit on March 18-19, will celebrate some of the most competitive and exciting touring cars ever to race, 30 years since the inaugural World Touring Car Championship took place
The fourth Spirit of Music Festival gets under way in April. This festival in Liss has grown over the years into two weeks of events, centred around the local community.
Organiser Sara Deborah Timossi said: “This year offers plenty of opportunity
Two con men, a beautiful woman and the elite of the French Riviera collide in a sexy and irreverent farce at the Kings Theatre, Southsea, in March.
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, based on the hugely popular MGM film starring Michael Caine and Steve Martin,
The Village Inn, Buriton, Petersfield
February 14, 2017
Owner Chris Cooper, with chef patron Heinrich Boreniok and designer Rebecca Barnes, have transformed this boutique pub/hotel in the little village of Buriton, just off the A3 south of Petersfield.
The welcome is warm;
Work has finally started on the renovation of the Roman villa at Butser Ancient Farm in Chalton, near Petersfield, as the £2,000 raised from its crowdfunding campaign last year has been used to sandblast the heavy wooden beams this half
Photo: Dan Tsantillis
Running Wild, by Michael Morpurgo, adapted by Samuel Adamson
Chichester Festival Theatre
A new star has appeared in the theatrical firmament. She’s called Oona; she’s an Indonesian elephant; she’s a life-sized puppet; and she’ll pull your heartstrings. Her character
The staff at Hays Travel in Petersfield have been working with Petersfield-based charity Hounds for Heroes for around a year now.
This charity provides specially trained assistance dogs to injured and disabled men and women of both the UK Armed Forces
In the run up to International Women’s Day (March 8), local Soroptimists are encouraging everyone with an interest to learn about how the lives of women and girls are being transformed locally, nationally and internationally. The local club for women
Miss Saigon (Churcher’s College)
Churcher’s College, Petersfield
Wednesday, February 1 2017
Miss Saigon: an ambitious production, and somewhat apposite, given the current events in the US. This was not lost on the young performers, who spoke after the show about how much they’d
The Dresser, by Ronald Harwood
Chichester Festival Theatre
The winter Festival Theatre season continues triumphantly with an unmissable production of The Dresser. This enduring play by Ronald Harwood has stood the test of time since its first performance in 1980. This is