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Festival of Chichester is coming to Chichester Library!

Are you aware that Katy of Chichester Copywriter is currently coordinating a group of volunteers who are providing social media marketing support to the event organisers of the inaugural Festival of Chichester?

Katy set up Festival of Chichester’s Facebook and Twitter pages and now the team — including Rachel Soothill of BrightWord Communications, Diana Morgan of Diana Morgan Social Media Marketing and Felicity Masters of West Sussex Library Service — is providing daily posts about the festival to help raise online awareness and boost ticket sales.

Speaking of West Sussex Library Service, Chichester Library is hosting a number of events during the Festival of Chichester. Community Librarian Felicity has secured myriad literary treats, from a book talk with Salley Vickers in Chichester Cathedral to a discussion between a panel of crime authors including Pauline Rowson, Peter Lovesey and Simon Brett at the library.

But it’s not all about books at the library this summer; there will even be a talk with sculptor Vincent Gray and a couple of exhibitions to enliven the senses. Here are some more details:


What’s on at Chichester Library during Summer 2013?

Monday 17th June, 4.00pm – Talk by Children’s authors’ Kate O’Hearn and Helen Dennis
Join authors H.L. Dennis and Kate O’Hearn as they talk about their books, Secret Breakers and, Valkyrie. Suitable for children aged 8-13 years. (Free event, please book).

Tuesday 18th June, 7.30pm – Kate Mosse: ‘The Languedoc Trilogy and Beyond’
Join local author Kate Mosse to hear about the history and inspirations behind her award-winning trilogy of novels – Labyrinth (recently shown on C4), Sepulchre and Citadel. (Tickets £3).

Thursday 20th June, 7.30pm – Vincent Gray: Illustrated Talk – A Visual Analysis of 30,000 years of art
Come along and find out more about Vincent’s recent work. Vincent has worked within the field of sculpture and education for a combined 37 years. (Tickets £3).

Thursday 27th June, 6.30pm – Sally Vickers in Chichester Cathedral
Enjoy Salley Vickers being interviewed by local author Jane Rusbridge in Chichester Cathedral  and hear all about Salley’s powerful new novel The Cleaner of Chartres (see left). Followed by a book signing. (Tickets £4).

Tuesday 2nd July, 7.30pm  – Murder ancient and Modern – Judith Cutler and Edward Marston
Edward’s specialty is historical crime while Judith’s focus is on the contemporary scene, they will compare and contrast their experiences and are happy to encourage – and warn – aspiring writers. (Tickets £3).

Thursday 4th July, 7.30pm – Phill Hewitt: Keep On Running
Join Phil Hewitt – Arts Editor of the Chichester Observer – in conversation with local author Kate Mosse about his book Keep on Running the story of his addiction to marathon-running. (Tickets £3).

Monday 8th July, 7.30pm – Under Interrogation: with crime authors Pauline Rowson, Peter Lovesey and Simon Brett
A lively evening’s entertainment and your chance to grill the authors on the subjects of their writing, characters, research, experiences and more. (Tickets £3).

Saturday 15th June until Thursday 27th June  – Vincent Gray Exhibition: Matter of Course.
Saturday 29th June until Saturday 13th July  – Material World (Chichester High School for Girls).


Chichester Copywriter is very much looking forward to Kate Mosse: ‘The Languedoc Trilogy and Beyond’, Sally Vickers in Chichester Cathedral and Under Interrogation: with crime authors Pauline Rowson, Peter Lovesey and Simon Brett.

Tickets are available directly from Chichester Library’s enquiry desk or over the phone on: 01243 777351. Tickets are also available from Chichester Tickets via their website, the Cathedral Shop box office or on: 01243 813595.

To find out how Chichester Copywriter can provide your business with social media marketing support or provide you with training on how to use Facebook, Twittter and Linkedin effectively for business, please contact Katy today.

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