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Chichester Festival Theatre
One of the UK's flagship regional theatres with an international reputation for producing work of the highest quality.
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Chichester Festival Theatre 3h
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We'll also have a very special video to launch on Friday 21 August and we'll be going live on Instagram. All events are to attend, for more information including how to book visit:
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Join us 17-21 August for online where you can become a Dementia Friend, hear stories from a BSL interpreter or learn how to stay Financially Healthy with . There are music sessions with & families can join our live session
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It’s high time for another look back at a show. Christmas 2018 brought their magical production of Sleeping Beauty, in Rufus Norris’s adaptation of the original Perrault fairytale, directed by . 📸 Helen Murray
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Chichester Festival Theatre Aug 6
Replying to @fantasticforfam
We're particularly excited to welcome some of our youngest audience members back this for Disney Pixar's (30 Aug, 10.30am) and our event on Oaklands Park on Mon 31 Aug
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Chichester Festival Theatre Aug 6
Only a handful of tickets left for our screenings of & 🎟️Book yours via our website or today and check out the full line-up for our weekend
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Chichester Festival Theatre Aug 6
Laura Wade’s The Watsons premiered in the Minerva in 2018, adapting Jane Austen’s unfinished novel into a brilliantly witty spin on losing the plot. Sam West's production transferred to the Menier; a West End run sadly fell victim to the pandemic 📸 Manuel Harlan
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Fantastic for Families Aug 6
Looking to get outside with the family? 👶🌱 Check out our Top Five In-Person Events for this month! ➡️
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Chichester Festival Theatre Aug 5
2018’s Me and My Girl saw Matt Lucas, Caroline Quentin, Clive Rowe & Alex Young leading the company in a riotous rendition of The Lambeth Walk in this uproarious tale of a Cockney barrow boy who finds himself part of the aristocracy. 📸 Johan Persson
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Chichester Festival Theatre Aug 5
This year we've moved our online. Join us 17-21 August for family and dementia friendly events, from music sessions to learning how to stay Financially Healthy. Part of our generously supported by
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Chichester Festival Theatre Aug 4
The Minerva’s 2017 season opened with Tony Kushner & Jeanine Tesori’s musical Caroline, Or Change. Sharon D Clarke won an Olivier for her stunning performance in ’s production; its New York run was sadly delayed due to C-19. 📸 Marc Brenner
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Chichester Festival Theatre Aug 3
UPDATE: have extended the hours for now available every Wednesday & Saturday 12-3pm, as well as Wednesday - Saturday evenings from 5-8pm 🍕
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Chichester Festival Theatre Aug 3
The centrepiece of Festival 2017 was Daniel Evans’s production of the classic musical Fiddler on the Roof. Omid Djalili & Tracy-Ann Oberman led the company in this bittersweet portrait of the vanishing way of life in a Russian shtetl. 📸 Johan Persson
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Chichester Festival Theatre Jul 31
Looking for some fun and creative things to do? Our Holiday Activities start Monday 3 August, from Animal Masks & Stories for 8-12 year olds to Craft Sessions for 4-7 year olds and their families, there's lots to do. So take a look and join us
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Chichester Festival Theatre Jul 31
The 2016 Minerva season saw ’s directorial debut with Galsworthy’s 1909 play Strife: a powerful yet politically balanced account of a strike in a Welsh tinplate works. The ensemble cast included Lucy Black, seen here in a 📸 by Johan Persson
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Chichester Festival Theatre Jul 30
We’ve reached 2016 in our Archive series, when Joseph Fiennes returned to the Festival Theatre in the title role in ROSS – Rattigan’s epic and probing drama revealing the deeply conflicted man behind the legend of ‘Lawrence of Arabia’. Photo Johan Persson
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Chichester Festival Theatre Jul 30
Replying to @Donny_Fan
Hello - unfortunately we're not able to operate a waiting list but it's worth keeping an eye on the website for possible returns.
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Chichester Festival Theatre Jul 30
Replying to @LuvHedz97
Email us at marketing@cft.org.uk
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Chichester Festival Theatre Jul 30
Replying to @BatesyT84
It's worth keeping trying, Tracey: we're seeing people add tickets to their baskets and then releasing them, so plots are becoming available occasionally.
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Chichester Festival Theatre Jul 30
Replying to @LuvHedz97
Hi Hannah, Could you DM us with your order number so we can check this for you?
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Chichester Festival Theatre Jul 30
BOOK NOW for our Weekend 28-31 August! Our Cinema, & live & events are now on sale, packed full of West End stars, cinematic classics and fun for all the family
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