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Chichester Festival Theatre. Photo: Philip Vile Chichester Festival Theatre. Photo: Philip Vile

Chichester Festival Theatre

Chichester Festival Theatre is a producing theatre based in Sussex, led by artistic director Daniel Evans. Previous productions from the theatre include Sweeney Todd, Half a Sixpence and Gypsy starring Imelda Staunton.

A Monster Calls – Old Vic, London Based on Patrick Ness’ bestselling novel about grief, A Monster Calls is directed by Sally Cookson. She’s previously tackled...

Yet again, an understudy has saved the day. Only last month I was writing about how these unsung heroes embody the essential liveness of...

Shortly before curtain up on press night of Me and My Girl at Chichester Festival Theatre last night, Matt Lucas, one of the show’s...

An understudy in Chichester Festival Theatre's Me and My Girl has garnered rave reviews after stepping in for Matt Lucas who was forced to...

Daniel Evans’ latest big summer musical has a lot in common with Chichester Festival Theatre’s 2016 hit Half a Sixpence. A working class lad enters...

After starting out as a boy soprano singing at eisteddfods in north Wales, Gareth Valentine went on to become a top musical director. He...

Me and My Girl – Chichester Festival Theatre Matt Lucas, Caroline Quentin and Clive Rowe star in Daniel Evans’ new staging of Me and My Girl....

Back in April Southwark Playhouse staged a flamboyant and fun flapper era production of William Wycherley’s Restoration comedy, The Country Wife. Jonathan Munby’s version...

Recently at Chichester Festival Theatre, we produced a double-bill of plays by the poet-playwright Debbie Tucker Green. The first was the astonishing solo piece...
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