Venues

The Council House is a Grade II listed building steeped in history in the heart of Chichester City Centre. The Assembly Room and Ante Room were added to the Council House between 1781-1783. It is one of four rooms for...
The lovely old church dedicated to St Mary and to St Blaise dates from the early twelfth century. From an entry in the Domesday Book we know that Boxgrove had the status of a parish and that a church existed...
The Music Room at Champs Hill, a private 160-seat concert hall in the West Sussex countryside, has become a venue of choice for recitals and chamber music, recordings and live broadcasts thanks to the vision and generosity of David and...
Come and explore this historic 900-year-old Cathedral whose spire dominates the horizon for miles around. This magnificent Cathedral is Mother Church to the parishes of Sussex and welcomes visitors of any faith and those with none. With history, heritage, art...
The Chichester City Arts Centre is a new arts and community hire venue close to the city centre. Set in the former church of St Bartholomew’s, a 200-year-old late Georgian grade II listed building, the Centre has a Main Hall,...
Chichester Festival Theatre creates inspiring experiences that bring people together – on and off the stage. We aim to light a spark in everyone who experiences our work – locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. As one of the UK’s flagship...
A Church of England parish church in the catholic tradition.
Emsworth Baptist Church was started in 1845 when a group of twenty-three people made an agreement to support and care for each other and establish a new church. In 1848 a new church building was completed and the following 150...
The Chapel opened its doors in March 2022. It is available to everybody from Monday to Saturday, 8am-5pm, with a café; a space to meet; a space to share and come together with friends and family; and a pre-school play...
Holy Trinity Church in Bosham is the oldest known place of worship in West Sussex.
The church dates from 1053 and sits in the middle of field near the village of Finchdean. It is a peaceful place to visit and worship.
Since its inception in 1907, the Kings Theatre has established itself as one of the premier theatres and cultural venues on the South Coast, showcasing a fantastic selection of major touring productions, hilarious comedy and a vibrant line-up of music,...
The Leconfield Hall is suitable for private and public events, sales, concerts, presentations, parties and a multitude of other uses. Leconfield Hall is a Cinema, Arts Centre and Venue in the centre of Petworth offering a programme of films, concerts...
The venue of the Menuhin Room concert series.
Who are we and what do we do? New Park Centre (NPC) is a Community and Arts Centre located on the eastern side of Chichester, West Sussex.  It has been in existence since 1974 and is housed in a converted...
The New Theatre Royal is a Victorian Grade II* listed theatre in the heart of Portsmouth, with a capacity of 667. The theatre building was constructed in 1854 as Landport Hall. It was converted to a theatre two years later....
Oxmarket Contemporary is a volunteer-run charity whose mission is to promote art and support artists in a professional and inclusive manner. We provide a range of accessible exhibition spaces for artists, both emerging and local, and art societies and groups,...
Community and events centre in the heart of Havant.
Pallant House Gallery is one of Britain’s most distinctive modern art museums. It tells the story of British art from 1900 to now through original exhibitions and a world-class collection.
‘The Cathedral of the Sea’ – The Anglican Cathedral for Portsmouth, East Hampshire and the Isle of Wight is situated in Old Portsmouth. The Cathedral is a patron of arts through its own music programme, three choirs and as a...
The Portsmouth Grammar School is a leading co-educational day school renowned for excellent teaching, superb pastoral care and co-curricular opportunities. As the oldest school in the city, we honour our Founder, Dr William Smith’s legacy, whilst adapting our values for...
Portsmouth Guildhall is a multi-use building in the centre of Portsmouth, located on a pedestrian square close to the Portsmouth and Southsea railway station. Constructed in 1890, the building was known as Portsmouth Town Hall until 1926 and largely rebuilt...
Many music events are free with a retiring collection, with proceeds going to the St Faith’s “Big Build” campaign.
St. George’s Church is an Anglo-Catholic church in the centre of Waterlooville.
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Evangelist is the mother church of the Portsmouth Diocese and the seat of the Catholic Bishop of Portsmouth. It was dedicated on 10 August 1892. The diocese is within the Metropolitan Province of...
St John the Evangelist’s Church is a redundant Anglican church. Built in 1812 to the design of James Elmes as a proprietary chapel, the octagonal white-brick ‘evangelical preaching house’ reflects the early 19th-century ideals of the Church of England’s evangelical...
St Mary’s Church within Portchester Castle has wonderful acoustics and is widely known for its concerts and lunchtime recitals.
St. Pancras is a lively and growing Evangelical Anglican church in the centre of Chichester.
St. Paul’s is a flourishing church in the heart of Chichester, a worshipping family comprised of all ages, committed to the daily rhythm of prayer and praise through word and sacrament. We are a large and growing church with a...
St. Peter’s is a beautiful church in the heart of Petersfield, home to many concerts.
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