The 2018 Festival will take place from 16 June to 15 July.
Now one of the biggest arts festivals in the south, Chichester celebrates music, literature, talks, art exhibitions, theatre, walks, film and more.
Highlights include internationally acclaimed author Louis de Bernieres, world-class pianist Stephen Kovacevich, Worthing Symphony Orchestra with Kosmos Ensemble in Chichester Cathedral, Kate Mosse, jazz stars Alan Barnes, Jo Fooks and Alec Dankworth, Ensemble Reza, a major Virginia Woolf exhibition, authors Vanessa Nicolson and Sam Meekings, folk luminary Deborah Rose, Bloodaxe poet Robyn Bolam, the Eduardo Niebla Experience and Russian maestro Victor Ryabchikov.
To buy tickets please visit www.thenovium.org/boxoffice (01243 816525).
Also please see the Long Term Diary where brief listings can be viewed.
Some concerts linked to the Festival of Chichester are shown separately under their performers’ entries:
Sat 23 June – Chantry Quire – St Paul’s Chichester – view concert details
Sun 1 July – Consort of Twelve – St Paul’s Chichester – view concert details
Mon 2 July – Richard Singers – St George’s Whyke – view concert details
Fri 6 July – Chichester Chorale – Boxgrove Priory – view concert details