Arundel Museum: King Henry Vlll

Wednesday 20th February 2019
7.30 - 9 pm

The King will reveal which wife REALLY floated his royal barge, how much he paid the man who chopped Anne Boleyn, the mystery of the cod piece and much more!

Tony Harris is an actor, historian and interpreter who inhabits this king size costume and brings Bluff King Hal to life.

He has been touring the UK being the 16th Century's most notorious Tudor since 2009 and his visit to us is a performance not to be missed.

£6 members £8 non members
Bar opens 7 pm

Paul Winner Art Exhibition

Thursday 24 January - 4 March 2019
10 am - 4 pm

Paul Winner carries his sketching materials and watercolours wherever he goes and had amassed an extraordinary collection of sketch books, paintings, drawings and prints, chronicling the places he has visited and the personalities he has encountered.
Free entry donations welcome

Phone 01903 885866
e mail office@arundelmuseum.org

Edwin Lerner talk on ‘Kitty O’Shea’

15th November 2018
7.30pm =9.30 pm

Edward Lerner's talk on Kitty O'Shea - not the old musical performer but Katharine Parnell known before her second marriage as Katharine O'Shea, and usually called by friends Katie O'Shea and by enemies Kitty O'Shea. She was an English woman of aristocratic background, whose decade-long secret adultery with Charles Stewart Parnell led to a widely publicised divorce in 1890 and his political downfall.

Chichester Bonsai

Chichester Bonsai will be giving a talk and demonstration together with a cream tea.
Subject is turning garden material into Bonsai
Date Tuesday 2nd October 2018 @3.00pm -
Venue is Manor Nursery,
Pagham Road,
PO20 1LJ
Cost is £4.50 per person.
Tickets available from Manor Nursery on 01243 781734 or via Chichester Bonsai website. www.chichesterbonsai.co.uk

Classical Guitar Recital

Classical Guitar Recital by Michael Matthews.Saturday 15th September 19.30. Regis School of Music, 46 Sudley Road, Bognor Regis, PO21 1ER
Born in the UK and raised in Argentina, France and the UK, Michael's flamboyant and expressive performances are placing him at the forefront of the young generation of classical guitarists. The West Sussex Guitar Club is delighted to welcome him ahead of his Wigmore Hall appearance.
Tickets: 01243 866 462 or on the door.
Members £10, non-members £15, full-time students half-price, under 18 free.