Colin reveals stories of his time with the Royal household as a Royal Protection Officer.
Picasso in Britain. Art, politics & Outcry. Kate Aspinall.
Sam Waterson considers what we can hope to gain peronally from reading. Full F2F course due Sept.
Sam Waterman gives a taster of his face to face autumn course to be held in Chichester.
Bill Alder, author of “Maigret, Simenon and France” (2012) will give a talk on Simenon.
Bestselling local author Kate Mosse will be speaking about her latest novel, ‘The City of Tears.’
Join us on Sussex Day to celebrate the history of the South Downs National Park
Simon Brett is the editor of the Faber Book of Diaries covering four centuries of British diaries.
Discover our Furniture-making related courses at Brinsbury College Open day
Discover our Furniture-making related courses at Chichester College Open evening
Discover our Furniture-making related courses at Chichester College Open Evening
Jonathon Foyle gives a history of Hampton Court
Illustrated talk and virtual tour of Denmans Gardens proceeds to the Snowdrop Trust
Fashion historian Amber Butchart talks about the relationship between maritime dress and fashion.
A talk with James Sainsbury on archaeologist John Pull and his work on the Worthing flint mines.
Rob Porter, ex Police officer in Portsmouth and Bermuda will be speaking.
Captain Richard Meryon, former chief engineer HMS Ark Royal, director of the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem will be speaking.
The Sussex Snowdrop Trust are delighted to invite you to join a fascinating online talk by the owner of Denmans Gardens, Gwendolyn van Paasschen and the John Brookes Denmans Foundation. She will describe how the garden, now registered as a Grade II garden with a rich history, was nearly lost as the result of a business dispute but is now being brought back to its former glory, a brilliant combination of horticultural diversity and extraordinary design.
Sherlock Holmes to investigate the case of Jack the Ripper. The reason they never caught Jack the Ripper was that detectives in Victorian London were simply not up to the job.
So imagine if Sherlock Holmes had been around to investigate the case? Actor and historian Tony Harris – who has previously entertained us with the lives of Henry VIII and Churchill – brings Conan Doyle’s detective to life in this period murder mystery night for the Friends.