FESTIVAL OF CHICHESTER 2019

The Oxmarket is pleased to be a key venue hosting a number of events as part of this years Festival of Chichester.

Friday 21 June – Ed Goodale Band , 7.30pm
Ed Goodale returns to the Festival of Chichester having toured his infectious brand of folk rock throughout the UK and Europe. Ed’s band are building a fast-growing following, and an energetic fun evening is a certainty. Tickets £10; seniors £7.50; students £7.50; children £7.50. Tickets available from The Chichester Box Office.

Friday 28 June – The Music of Love In The Harbour, 7.30pm
A special evening featuring the music and soundtrack from the critically-acclaimed play Love in the Harbour written by renowned singer/songwriter Danielle Morgan and John Merrigan, performed live by an ensemble. Tickets £12; concessions £8; children under 12 free. Tickets available from The Chichester Box Office.

Sunday 30 June – 60 Minutes of Classical, 7.30pm
Roger Clayden, cello, and Christopher Taylor, piano, return to play the Brahms – Cello Sonata in E Minor Op 38; Edward Elgar – Chanson de Matin, Salut d’amour; JS Bach – Air in G and Ave Maria. The Trombone Trio play Blake Kiely and Flynn Jeffery. Clayden will also play a short selection of famous classical works. Tickets £8; students £4; children £4. Tickets available from The Chichester Box Office.

Tuesday 2 & Wednesday 3 July – Love In The Harbour, 7.30pm
A moving dramatisation of the lives of real-life Irish heroes in the original Royal Flying Corps set near the end of WWI. A heart-warming story, in words and music, about their comradery, bravery, humour and heartbreak. Commemorates the centenary year of the formation of the RAF and the end of the Great War in 1918. Tickets £15; seniors £12; students (15 years and up) £10. Tickets available from The Chichester Box Office.

Thursday 4 July – Outrunning The Demons, 6.30pm
Festival chairman Phil Hewitt will be in conversation with Chichester-based novelist Kate Mosse about his new book Outrunning The Demons, tales of extraordinary people who have overcome trauma and adversity through the peace and perspective that running can bring. Marathon addict Phil was stabbed and left for dead in South Africa in 2016. Tickets £10. Tickets available from The Chichester Box Office.

Recitals organised by artists Catherine Barnes and Daphne Casdagli will also take place during their exhibition, see below for details. All tickets available from Oxmarket reception.