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Film Star to read at South Downs Poetry Festival

On 21 July, Michael Jayston (star of oscar-winning film Nicholas & Alexandra) will read poems from William Blake at Green and Pleasant Land, part of the South Downs Poetry Festival. Renowned Romantic poet and artist Blake has a number of … Continue reading

Poems of Myth, Memory and Love in Chichester

On Wednesday 28th May at 19.30, Sussex poet Janet Sutherland will head the bill at Chichester’s monthly Open Mic Poetry event at Jubilee Hall, New Park Centre, Chichester. Janet will treat the audience to poems from her latest collection Bone … Continue reading

A Fundraising Festive Jazz Café

This December there’s a festive fundraising foray coming to Chichester… On Wednesday 11th December, Chichester will come alive with the Festive Jazz Café, featuring seasonal poems read by star of stage and screen Mark Wynter and guest poet Naomi Foyle. … Continue reading

Enjoy National Poetry Day 2013 at Chichester Library!

National Poetry Day is a nationwide celebration of poetry for all and this year, on 3rd October at 19.30, Chichester Library will celebrate by holding an evening with award-winning poet John Greening as well as Open Mic poetry and live … Continue reading

Clare Best’s Excisions at April’s Open Mic Poetry

Don’t miss this month’s Open Mic Poetry event with guest poet Clare Best. It takes place on Wednesday 17th April at 7.30pm in the Jubilee Hall, New Park Centre, Chichester. In her first collection, which was nominated for a prestigious poetry … Continue reading

Hugh Dunks into Hare for February’s Open Mic Poetry in Chichester

As Brendan Cleary had to postpone his February visit, Sussex poet and university lecturer Hugh Dunkerley will head back for this month’s Open Mic Poetry in the new Jubilee Hall, adjacent to New Park Cinema, Chichester, on Wednesday 27th February … Continue reading

Zeal for Chichester’s January Open Mic Poetry

Chichester’s inaugural Open Mic Poetry evening for 2013 is filled with promise and should, as always, fill creative writers with inspiration and enthusiasm – especially if the title of headliner Andrew Bailey’s poetry collection, Zeal (Enitharmon, 2012), is anything to … Continue reading

Food for thought: take a Leith out of Prue’s book…

At the end of October, The Great British Menu’s Prue Leith visited Chichester Library to talk about her new memoir Relish: My Life on a Plate. Prue also talked of her passion to write fiction, an ambition that wasn’t fulfilled … Continue reading

Celestial Celebrations for National Poetry Day

Have you heard that Sussex poet Stephanie Norgate will be celebrating National Poetry Day at Chichester Library? This year’s theme is stars – a topic Stephanie will address with the launch of her latest collection, The Blue Den (Bloodaxe Books). … Continue reading

Though owls aren’t wise, falconry shaped the English language

Those of you who know about Chichester Copywriter’s other creative venture, DillyWorm Crafts, will be aware of Katy’s penchant for owls. This was celebrated by an Owl Experience Day at the English School of Falconry and Birds of Prey Centre … Continue reading