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Sussex & Drugs & Rock & Roll to Shanghai & Chocolatey Shenanigans

As part of this year’s Festival of Chichester (18 June-17 July), Chichester Library is offering you the chance to visit war-time Shanghai, experience ‘The Great Drugs Bust’ and immerse in chocolate all while meeting award-winning authors! The celebrations begin on … Continue reading

Chichester Copywriter sits before Cleopatra

Katy of Chichester Copywriter is thrilled to be going to Chichester Festival Theatre to watch a performance of Antony and Cleopatra starring Kim Cattrall at the end of September. This is very exciting for our West Sussex copywriter for two … Continue reading

Twitter, a Copywriter’s Paradise?

It has been suggested in the press recently that Twitter is a book lover’s paradise and who can disagree when there’s a gaggle of authors with accounts willing to tell their fans what they’re up to or write posts under … Continue reading

Bingo! Says Chichester Copywriter

Last Thursday Chichester Copywriter attended the opening performance of Bingo: Scenes of Money and Death, by Edward Bond and starring Patrick Stewart at Chichester Festival Theatre’s Minerva. This was an obvious choice for Chichester Copywriter as the play joins Shakespeare … Continue reading

Chichester Copywriter ventures into Merlin’s Wood

As you surely know by now Chichester Copywriter likes to get out and about in the local area, especially when the weather’s glorious. Last weekend, Easter Sunday in fact, I visited Uppark, one of my favourite spots on the South … Continue reading

Chichester Copywriter is full of glee as the sun shines

I’m thrilled that the sun has finally got his hat on after a long, cold winter. If there’s one thing that a freelance copywriter needs it’s a little bit of sunshine to brighten up her day, put a spring in … Continue reading

Love to Write, Live to Write

It seems that where the Chichester Copywriter chooses to go on her holidays truly influences her working life, from Shakespeare’s home town of Stratford-Upon-Avon to the colossal mountainous valleys of Snowdonia. Continue reading