Littlehampton’s Edwin James Festival Choir remembers fondly one of its finest at its forthcoming concert performance of One Sun, One World, an environmentally-themed work by Peter Rose and Anne Conlon.
REVIEW: Strife, Minerva Theatre, Chichester, until September 10.
Opening with a rapid audio romp backwards through British industrial history, Bertie Carvel’s production of John Galsworthy’s 1909 play Strife is determined from the outset to tell us just how relevant it is.
Billed as a humorous and thoughtful exploration of friendship’s impact on life and life’s impact on friendship, Amelia Bullmore’s Di, Viv and Rose is this year’s Arundel Festival production from the town’s Drip Action theatre company.
ARUNDEL FESTIVAL: Enjoy life’s extremes with Paula in Arundel
Soprano Paula Sides will be confronting life and death on all our behalf when she performs with the Hanover Band as part of this year’s Arundel Festival. She joins them in St Nicholas Church, Arundel on Saturday, August 27, at 7.30pm when the programme will be Dvorak – Serenade Op.22 in E; Strauss – Horn Concerto No.1 in Eb; Puccini – Operatic soprano arias (Vissie d’arte & Un bel di vedremo); Dvorak – Song to the Moon (Rusalka), Serenade Op.44 in d; and Strauss – Morgen Op.27 No.4.
ARUNDEL FESTIVAL: Neil explores art of improvisation
Farnborough Abbey organist Neil Wright celebrates the colours and richness of French organ music in an Arundel Festival lunchtime recital. Offered as part of The Plumley Collection series, Neil’s recital will be in Arundel Cathedral on Monday, August 29 at noon.