Barnham jazz musician Olly Dow has begun a series of programmes entitled Jazz Dreams as a DJ for Chichester Hospital Radio. They go out on Wednesdays and Fridays at 5pm. Future programmes feature Miles Davis as well as The Trial of Benny Goodman.
Chapterhouse Theatre Company, now in its 19th year of touring open-air theatre to country houses, castles and heritage sites across the UK and Ireland, brings an adaptation of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility to Haslemere Museum’s gardens on Wednesday, July 25.
Honour reflects everyone, insists Bognor arts boss
Chairman of Arun Arts Hazel Latus was delighted with the immense personal honour when she was awarded the British Empire Medal in the Queen’s birthday honours list for voluntary service to the arts in Bognor Regis.
Pioneering Petworth female scientist explored in new book
Worthing-based historian Leigh Lawson is the co-author of a new biography, Elizabeth Ilive, Egremont’s Countess – a publication which ties in with a major new exhibition about Elizabeth at the National Trust’s Petworth House.
For years Marianne Sells worked at her memoirs of her wartime childhood on a farm in West Sussex. Now, a year after her death, Marianne daughter’s Claire has brought those memoirs together for publication.
Just three actors are hitting the road this summer in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and The Importance of Being Earnest on a tour which will take them to church, open-air and historical venues across the county. Venues include the Petworth Festival, Chichester, Hove and Crawley.