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Sat, 17 Jun


Graylingwell Chapel

Chichester Unity Festival

in collaboration with Ovation Music, Chichester Music Academy, Chichester Community Development Trust, Chichester Backroom and Graylingwell Chapel.

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Chichester Unity Festival
Chichester Unity Festival

Time & Location

17 Jun 2023, 12:00 – 21:00

Graylingwell Chapel, Graylingwell Dr, Park, Chichester PO19 6BZ, UK

About the event

More information coming soon! 

Price: FREE

Times: Throughout the day

Venue: Ovation Stage on the Havenstoke Park & Graylingwell Chapel




12:10 - FIGURE 23 DANCE 'Dépaysement'


12:45 - 13:15 THE MOUSEHOLE CAT

13:30 - 13:45 TADAA 

14:40 - 14:45 FIGURE 23 'Dépaysement'

15:00 - 15:30 MICH MASH THEATRE PRESENTS 'Who Let The Plants Grow?

Chichester Fringe Line Up:

The Mousehole Cat - Family Show -

A short piece of devised theatre based off of the children’s story - The Mousehole Cat

‘Sifys do the classics’ performed by Simon & Enfys Horner - Father and daughter (aged 8) duet playing harp and guitar classics from the Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel and Leonard Cohen.

Mich Mash Theatre presents Who Let The Plants Grow? - New House, New City, How do we keep it going? Who Let The Plants Grow? is a short play written by Michelle Dabenett and Nat Kadri about reflection on where we've been, who we were, who we are and who we're going to be. It plays with themes of growing up and relationships. From buying your first plate, to breaking it the next week.

Dépaysement by Figure 23 Dance -

Experience the powerful vision of 5 dancers that have been shown a new world, a world that shows them great beauty and nature. A complete change of scenery to what they are used to. A story used but movement to capture the essence of beauty in every living thing with the understanding that we all move and be in different ways.

TADAA- Wicked: A Mini Musical version

The TADAA Musical Theatre Showteam is made up of 17 young people aged 6-16 who have a real passion for the arts and theatre and want their voices to be heard.

With thanks to Graylingwell Chapel

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