2017 ARUNDEL FESTIVAL EVENTS

We do attempt to get things right most of the time, but if you spot a mistake or omission in these listings, feel free to let us know.

Please note that even the best planned events can be forced to change or be cancelled at very short notice for a variety of reasons. We have attempted to provide organisers’ details where possible, and will make announcements on our Facebook page once the festival is underway if the worst should happen.

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Saturday 19th August

All day
ARUNDEL TREASURE HUNT
A challenging and fun experience a short walk around Arundel that takes about 1-2 hours and costs £7.00. Clues available from Sparks Yard, Tarrant Street, or through our web page www.arundel.org.uk/the-arundel-treasure-hunt.

8.00am-6.00pm
TARRANT SQUARE MARQUEE
Town and Country Fairs present a selection of independent stalls selling a wonderful range of food, clothing and gifts.

9.00am-5.00pm
CHINDI AUTHORS BOOKSTALL
Following the success of their stall last year, the Chindi Authors are delighted to once again be supporting Cancer Research UK during the Arundel Festival. Their stall, selling great new books in a range of genres for all ages, is outside the Cancer Research shop in the High Street. All books sold during the Festival will help to raise funds for Cancer Research.

9.00am
ARUNDEL FARMERS MARKET
Farmers’ Market in the centre of town selling all manner of produce.

10.00am-12.00pm
ST WILFRED’S PRIORY ANNUAL SUMMER FETE
In the grounds of the Priory, London Road. Click here for directions.

10.00am-12.30pm
ARUNDEL YOUTH CLUB FUN, INTERACTIVE YOGA
A fun, interactive Yoga and Nutrition workshop for families who want to explore relaxation, yoga and the link between foods, concentration, behaviour and energy. Yoga Teacher Charlotte Wilmore and Health and Nutritional Coach Lyndy Stanway Marsh. For Parent and Child(age 8 upwards)-£15 and £5 for an additional child. Booking essential via www.lyndystanwaymarsh.com Arundel Youth Club (above the Library) School Lane, Arundel BN16 9DT

10.00am
ARUNDEL IN THE SOUTH DOWNS TRAIL
South Downs Bikes, Storrington and Worthing, will lead a 3 hour max. mountain bike ride. Meet @ Whiteways Car Park TQ002108. Suitable bike/clothing needed + drinks/pump/ spare tube/crash helmet. Scenic route, some climbs, can be muddy. Essential to book for this exclusive event. Simon (South Downs Bikes) 01903745534 if any queries.

11.00am-5.00pm
FEAST INDIAN POP-UP STALL
Stall selling Indian Snacks and providing Tuk Tuk rides around Arundel and the Gallery Trail in aid of FEAST , the Indian charity which educates children in Tamil Nadu.

11.00am
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person. www.arundelmuseum.org

11.00am-4.00pm
OFFICIAL FESTIVAL FACE PAINTING AND HENNA TATTOOS
Lets Face It Face Painting and Henna Designs provide a team of 2-3 people providing face painting and henna tattoos. On Mill Road opposite the Museum.

11.00am-5.00pm
HELP FOR HEROES
Static 500 mile bike challenge with a volunteer cycling 60 miles a day to raise money for the Help for Heroes charity. In Mill Road opposite the Museum.

11.00am
DRIP ACTION THEATRE TRAIL
Eight short plays throughout the day in eight different venues. Full info at www.dripaction.com

12 noon-5.30pm
GALLERY TRAIL
Follow the yellow flags to discover established and emerging artists, working in a vibrant range of media and materials around Arundel. Brochures available from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, Arundel Museum and from artists’ venues. www.arundelgallerytrail.co.uk

12 noon
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

1.00pm-10.00pm
JUBILEE GARDENS
Organised by The Red Lion, Jubilee Gardens presents an eclectic mix of live music and performance. Click here for full details.

1.45pm-2.40pm Opening Ceremony

1.45pm
OPENING CEREMONY
Celebration Samba procession from Kings Arms to Town Square

c. 2.10pm
OPENING CEREMONY
Arabesque Dance Troupe

c. 2.30pm
OPENING CEREMONY
Raising of the Flag by The Duchess of Norfolk and The Mayor

2.00pm
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly,
informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person.

2.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

4.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

7.30pm
ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Chess The Musical. Music by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulveus. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Directed by Kate Bennet-View. At The Priory Playhouse Theatre, London Road, Arundel 18 9FA Box office call 07523 417926. www.arundelplayers.org.uk

8.00pm
THE ARUNDEL JAILHOUSE
A performance of Nigel Fair’s new play The Appeal of Silence.
It starts out as a ‘rom-com’ but becomes a dark, psychological drama. Director Louise Jamieson. Tickets £10 concessions £9. Call 01903 889821 or www.arundeljailhouse.co.uk

Sunday 20th August

All day
ARUNDEL TREASURE HUNT
A challenging and fun experience a short walk around Arundel that takes about 1-2 hours and costs £7.00. Clues available from Sparks Yard, Tarrant Street, or through our web page www.arundel.org.uk/the-arundel-treasure-hunt.

8.00am-6.00pm
TARRANT SQUARE MARQUEE
Town and Country Fairs present a selection of independent stalls selling a wonderful range of food, clothing and gifts.

9.00am-5.00pm
CHINDI AUTHORS BOOKSTALL
Following the success of their stall last year, the Chindi Authors are delighted to once again be supporting Cancer Research UK during the Arundel Festival. Their stall, selling great new books in a range of genres for all ages, is outside the Cancer Research shop in the High Street. All books sold during the Festival will help to raise funds for Cancer Research.

10.00am-11.00am
FAMILY FUN AT ARUNDEL LIDO
Family Fun Inflatable Session with ‘Sid the Sub’. Enjoy climbing on their giant inflatable ‘Sid the Sub’ along with a variety of other floating equipment. Then why not make a day of it and enjoy refreshments from the café and their beautiful grounds. ALL children uner 8 must be accompanied by an adult in the water unless they ahve passed a swim test. See www.arundel-lido.com for more details and prices.

11.00am-5.00pm
LOCA FREE PAINTING EVENT
The LOCA Artists will be on hand with three different ‘Why I love Arundel’ posters inviting visitors to paint them and take them away with them. There will also be the LOCA chalk drawing experience and a Selfie Booth. All in Tarrant Street outside the Victoria Institute.

11.00am
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person. www.arundelmuseum.org

11.00am
ARUNDEL’S GOT TALENT AUDITIONS
Preliminary round of the ‘Arundel’s Got Talent’ auditions where 8-16 year olds perform a song or instrumental piece to win the exciting opportunity to record and mix any song in a professional recording studio. Change from brochure To be held on the Town Square cobbles.

11.00am-4.00pm
OFFICIAL FESTIVAL FACE PAINTING AND HENNA TATTOOS
Lets Face It Face Painting and Henna Designs provide a team of 2-3 people providing face painting and henna tattoos. On Mill Road opposite the Museum.

11.00am-5.00pm
HELP FOR HEROES
Static 500 mile bike challenge with a volunteer cycling 60 miles a day to raise money for the Help for Heroes charity. In Mill Road opposite the Museum.

11.00am
DRIP ACTION THEATRE TRAIL
Eight short plays throughout the day in eight different venues. Full info at www.dripaction.com

11.00am-5.00pm
FEAST INDIAN POP-UP STALL
Stall selling Indian Snacks and providing Tuk Tuk rides around Arundel and the Gallery Trail in aid of FEAST , the Indian charity which educates children in Tamil Nadu.

11.30am
ANNUAL FESTIVAL MULLET FISHING COMPETITION
Check in will be at 11:30am under the A27 bridge. Fishing is 12:00 noon-4:00 pm downstream of Arundel. Rules will be explained when checking in. Please note this is catch and release only. Prize giving at 4:10pm back at the bridge. Prizes include the Ray Cranham Shield. For further information please contact Jake Casson 07810547972

12 noon-5.30pm
GALLERY TRAIL
Follow the yellow flags to discover established and emerging artists, working in a vibrant range of media and materials around Arundel. Brochures available from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, Arundel Museum and from artists’ venues. www.arundelgallerytrail.co.uk

12 noon
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

1.00pm-10.00pm
JUBILEE GARDENS
Organised by The Red Lion, Jubilee Gardens presents an eclectic mix of live music and performance. Click here for full details.

2.00pm-5.00pm
STREET WISDOM
Street guides and exploration. The event is a powerful, three-hour guided experience that uses the streets as an invisible university to help people find answers to personal and work related questions. Meet outside the Arundel Brewery shop on Town Quay.

2.00pm
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly,
informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person.

2.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

3.00pm
ARUNDEL IN THE SOUTH DOWNS TRAIL
Childrens’ 2 or 3 wheel bike ride to Swanbourne Lake. Meet Arundel Museum, Mill Road, parking in town car parks. Only for children aged 4-8 years of age + accompanying adult. Parents’ permission/own bikes/helmets needed. 10/15 min. ride along Mill Road. 20 minute stop (refreshments available to purchase), then return. No booking needed…Andy Davies 01903882321.

3.30pm-4.00pm
ARUNDEL BAPTIST CHURCH ‘PRAISE IN THE PARK’
A service of praise conducted by Revd. Steve Lomas at Swanbourne Lake. All welcome.

4.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

7.30pm
ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Chess The Musical. Music by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulveus. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Directed by Kate Bennet-View. At The Priory Playhouse Theatre, London Road, Arundel 18 9FA Box office call 07523 417926. www.arundelplayers.org.uk

8.00pm
THE ARUNDEL JAILHOUSE
A performance of Nigel Fair’s new play The Appeal of Silence.
It starts out as a ‘rom-com’ but becomes a dark, psychological drama. Director Louise Jamieson. Tickets £10 concessions £9. Call 01903 889821 or www.arundeljailhouse.co.uk

Monday 21st August

All day
ARUNDEL TREASURE HUNT
A challenging and fun experience a short walk around Arundel that takes about 1-2 hours and costs £7.00. Clues available from Sparks Yard, Tarrant Street, or through our web page www.arundel.org.uk/the-arundel-treasure-hunt.

9.00am-5.00pm
CHINDI AUTHORS BOOKSTALL
Following the success of their stall last year, the Chindi Authors are delighted to once again be supporting Cancer Research UK during the Arundel Festival. Their stall, selling great new books in a range of genres for all ages, is outside the Cancer Research shop in the High Street. All books sold during the Festival will help to raise funds for Cancer Research.

10.00am-7.00pm
ARUNDEL WINE SOCIETY VINEYARD TOUR
Sussex Vineyard Tour by Minibus. Visit to 4 prestigious Sussex vineyards including lunch and ‘tea’ at 2 of them and tastings at all. Accompanied by wine expert. £99 all inclusive. Max 15 persons. Start and finish in Arundel. Further details, tickets and reservations from richard@arundelwinesociety.co.uk

10.15am and 11.15am
ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Arundel Players present Shortcuts at the Priory-Windows 17 (at 10.15am) and Windows 17 Plus One (at 11.15am). Intrigue and Mystery. Two companion pieces written and directed by Stuart Smithers for the Festival. At the Priory Playhouse, London Road, BN18 9FA. Tickets £5 or £7.50 for both plays. Tickets available at the theatre on the morning or call 01903 412990 before 18th August.

11.00am-4.00pm
OFFICIAL FESTIVAL FACE PAINTING AND HENNA TATTOOS
Lets Face It Face Painting and Henna Designs provide a team of 2-3 people providing face painting and henna tattoos. In Mill Road opposite the Museum.

11.00am
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person.

11.00am
DRIP ACTION THEATRE TRAIL
Eight short plays throughout the day in eight different venues. See www.dripaction.co.ukfor full details.

11.00am
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person.

12 noon
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

2.00pm-5.30pm
GALLERY TRAIL
Follow the yellow flags to discover established and emerging artists, working in a vibrant range of media and materials around Arundel. Brochures available from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, Arundel Museum and from artists’ venues. www.arundelgallerytrail.co.uk

2.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

4.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

5.30pm-10.00pm
JUBILEE GARDENS
Organised by The Red Lion, Jubilee Gardens presents an eclectic mix of live music and performance. Click here for full details.

5.30pm
ARUNDEL IN THE SOUTH DOWNS TRAIL
60 minute walk to The George @ Burpham. Meet @ Arundel Swimming Pool Car Park TQ02120690. Easy, flat country walk with stiles; steps @ end; can be muddy; dogs on leads. One hour rest @ The George (food/drink available to purchase), then dusk (torches needed) return. No booking needed. Andy Davies 01903882321.

6.00pm
MURDER AND MUSIC IN PRIVATE HOUSES
Murder by Gaslight. Barrister Peter Blood frightens us with a brutal murder – and asks us to consider our verdict. Venue: 57 Maltravers Street Tickets £10 to include wine from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, 29 Tarrant Street, Arundel BN18 9DG. Email james@zimmerstewart.co.uk. Telephone: 01903 882063 between 10am and 5pm Tuesday to Saturday.

7.00pm
THE SINGING EARTH MUSIC COMPANY
Folk & Friends: Traditional songs from the British Isles (and further!) with Shirlie Roden (guitar/vocal), Clare Nicholas (accordian) and Mike Carey (keyboards). Performed in the ambient setting of the former Sunday School of the Nineveh Chapel. VENUE: 1 Chapel Apartments, 31a Tarrant Street Arundel BN18 9DG TICKETS £10 (including glass of wine) from The Book Ferret, 34 High Street Arundel 01903 885727 email: thebookferret@btconnect.com

7.30pm
ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Chess The Musical. Music by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulveus. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Directed by Kate Bennet-View. At The Priory Playhouse Theatre, London Road, Arundel 18 9FA Box office call 07523 417926
www.arundelplayers.org.uk

8.00pm
DRIP ACTION THEATRE PRESENTS
The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard at the Victoria Institute in Tarrant Street. Sponsored by David Butcher Associates. Tickets £12, £8 students from: The Book Ferret, 34 High Street, Arundel. 01903 885727 email: thebookferret@btconnect.com

Tuesday 22nd August

All day
ARUNDEL TREASURE HUNT
A challenging and fun experience a short walk around Arundel that takes about 1-2 hours and costs £7.00. Clues available from Sparks Yard, Tarrant Street, or through our web page www.arundel.org.uk/the-arundel-treasure-hunt.

All day
NATIONAL OPEN ART EXHIBITION
With the Duke of Norfolk as President, the NOA pop-up art exhibition shows a selection of contemporary work from artists and photographers from across the UK and Ireland in the Barons’ Hall of Arundel Castle. Normal Castle admission rates apply. www.arundelcastle.org

9.00am-5.00pm
CHINDI AUTHORS BOOKSTALL
Following the success of their stall last year, the Chindi Authors are delighted to once again be supporting Cancer Research UK during the Arundel Festival. Their stall, selling great new books in a range of genres for all ages, is outside the Cancer Research shop in the High Street. All books sold during the Festival will help to raise funds for Cancer Research.

9.30am
ARUNDEL IN THE SOUTH DOWNS TRAIL
Circular day walk Arundel to Amberley and return. Meet Arundel Lido car park TQ02120690. 3 ½ hrs. max outward via S. Downs way. Several climbs, mostly off road, lovely views. 1 ½ hr lunch stop (pub or cafe). 1 ½/2 hour return walk , mainly along river, one steep climb. Train return from Amberley possible to avoid return walk. Reasonable/good level of fitness required; not suitable for “occasional walkers”. Wear suitable clothing/ footwear, bring waterproofs/liquid. Dogs on leads. Best to book, as group size limit. Andy Davies 01903882321.

10.15am and 11.15am
ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Arundel Players present Shortcuts at the Priory-Windows 17 (at 10.15am) and Windows 17 Plus One (at 11.15am). Intrigue and Mystery. Two companion pieces written and directed by Stuart Smithers for the Festival. At the Priory Playhouse, London Road, BN18 9FA. Tickets £5 or £7.50 for both plays. Tickets available at the theatre on the morning or call 01903 412990 before 18th August.

10.30am-2.30pm
ARUNDEL BAPTIST CHURCH FUN DAY
A day of fun and activities for children at the Arundel Baptist Church

11.00am-4.00pm
OFFICIAL FESTIVAL FACE PAINTING AND HENNA TATTOOS
Lets Face It Face Painting and Henna Designs provide a team of 2-3 people providing face painting and henna tattoos. In Mill Road opposite the Museum.

11.00am
DRIP ACTION THEATRE TRAIL
Eight short plays throughout the day in eight different venues. See www.dripaction.co.uk for full details.

12 noon
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

2.00pm-5.30pm
GALLERY TRAIL
Follow the yellow flags to discover established and emerging artists, working in a vibrant range of media and materials around Arundel. Brochures available from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, Arundel Museum and from artists’ venues. www.arundelgallerytrail.co.uk

2.00pm
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person.

2.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

4.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

5.00pm
WORDS AND MUSIC IN PRIVATE HOUSES
A Musicians’ Trail.
6 different houses, 6 different musicians, 6 different pieces of music – and all a secret! 5 pm Venue: 57 Maltravers Street. Tickets £20 to include wine from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, 29 Tarrant Street, Arundel BN18 9DG. Email james@zimmerstewart.co.uk. Telephone: 01903 882063 between 10am and 5pm Tuesday to Saturday.

5.30pm-10.00pm
JUBILEE GARDENS
Organised by The Red Lion, Jubilee Gardens presents an eclectic mix of live music and performance. Click here for full details.

7.30pm
ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Chess The Musical. Music by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulveus. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Directed by Kate Bennet-View. At The Priory Playhouse Theatre, London Road, Arundel 18 9FA Box office call 07523 417926
www.arundelplayers.org.uk

7.30pm
ARUNDEL WINE SOCIETY RESTAURANT TRAIL
Arundel Restaurant Trail. Four course meal with glass of wine (including bubbly) paired with each course, in 4 different secret venues in central Arundel. Accompanied by wine expert. £69 all inclusive. Numbers strictly limited. Further details, tickets and reservations from richard@arundelwinesociety.co.uk

8.00pm
DRIP ACTION THEATRE PRESENTS
The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard at the Victoria Institute in Tarrant Street. Sponsored by David Butcher Associates. Tickets £12, £8 students from: The Book Ferret, 34 High Street, Arundel. 01903 885727 email: thebookferret@btconnect.com

8.00pm
THE ARUNDEL JAILHOUSE
A performance of Nigel Fair’s new play The Appeal of Silence. It starts out as a ‘rom-com’ but becomes a dark, psychological drama. Director Louise Jamieson. Tickets £10 concessions £9. Call 01903 889821 or www.arundeljailhouse.co.uk

Wednesday 23rd August

All day
ARUNDEL TREASURE HUNT
A challenging and fun experience a short walk around Arundel that takes about 1-2 hours and costs £7.00. Clues available from Sparks Yard, Tarrant Street, or through our web page www.arundel.org.uk/the-arundel-treasure-hunt.

9.00am-5.00pm
CHINDI AUTHORS BOOKSTALL
Following the success of their stall last year, the Chindi Authors are delighted to once again be supporting Cancer Research UK during the Arundel Festival. Their stall, selling great new books in a range of genres for all ages, is outside the Cancer Research shop in the High Street. All books sold during the Festival will help to raise funds for Cancer Research.

9.30am-12.30pm
YOUTH HUB
Youth Hub – 12 to 16 years old. Drop in with your mates to enjoy table tennis, pool and try out some DJ skills with ‘tonsofsounds.co.uk’ sessions. Snacks available. £3 on the door. Arundel Youth Club. BN16 9DT.

10.15am and 11.15am
ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Arundel Players present Shortcuts at the Priory-Windows 17 (at 10.15am) and Windows 17 Plus One (at 11.15am). Intrigue and Mystery. Two companion pieces written and directed by Stuart Smithers for the Festival. At the Priory Playhouse, London Road, BN18 9FA. Tickets £5 or £7.50 for both plays. Tickets available at the theatre on the morning or call 01903 412990 before 18th August.

11.00am-4.00pm
OFFICIAL FESTIVAL FACE PAINTING AND HENNA TATTOOS
Lets Face It Face Painting and Henna Designs provide a team of 2-3 people providing face painting and henna tattoos. In Mill Road opposite the Museum.

11.00am-1.00pm
THE HANOVER BAND
The Hanover Band present ‘Nurturing the Next Generation’ a concert series featuring young musicians from the Royal College of Music alongside professional musicians from The Hanover Band. At St Leonards Church, South Stoke. Book Online at www.thehanoverband.com or telephone 0333 666 3366 (bookings only)

11.00am
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS

Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person. www.arundelmuseum.org

11.00am
DRIP ACTION THEATRE TRAIL
Eight short plays throughout the day in eight different venues. See www.dripaction.co.uk for full details.

12 noon
WORDS AND MUSIC IN PRIVATE HOUSES
Gardens and Landscape in the Novels of Jane Austen. Professor Timothy Mowl discusses early nineteenth century gardens and compares these with contemporary garden fashions. Venue: Peppering High Barn, Burpham.Tickets £20 to include wine from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, 29 Tarrant Street, Arundel BN18 9DG. Email james@zimmerstewart.co.uk. Telephone: 01903 882063 between 10am and 5pm Tuesday to Saturday.

12 noon
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

2.00pm-5.30pm
GALLERY TRAIL
Follow the yellow flags to discover established and emerging artists, working in a vibrant range of media and materials around Arundel. Brochures available from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, Arundel Museum and from artists’ venues. www.arundelgallerytrail.co.uk

2.00pm
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person.

2.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

2.00pm-5.00pm
STREET WISDOM
Street guides and exploration. The event is a powerful, three-hour guided experience that uses the streets as an invisible university to help people find answers to personal and workrelated questions. Meet outside the Arundel Brewery shop on Town Quay.

4.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

4.00pm-6.00pm
ARUNDEL WINE SOCIETY TASTING EVENT
The Diversity of Wines from the Dordogne – Mini Workshop. Illustrated talk and interactive tasting of 6 unusual wines from different parts of the interesting Dordogne Valley wine region. Entrance by ticket only £18. Season ticket for all four wine trail events £60 (saving of £12) Tickets can be purchased from: Larkins, Tarrant street, Arundel. Cash or cheque, no credit cards or email richard@arundelwinesociety.co.uk.

5.30pm-10.00pm
JUBILEE GARDENS
Organised by The Red Lion, Jubilee Gardens presents an eclectic mix of live music and performance. Click here for full details.

6.00pm
SOUTH DOWN TRAILS WALK
A two hour circular guided walk in Arundel Park. Meet TQ00420750 @ top entrance to Arundel Park where there is free parking. It’s a reasonable walking surface, with some hills. Basic fitness is needed and suitable footwear. Unfortunately no dogs. No booking needed. More information is available from Hilary Knight 01903 88340

7.00pm
A TALK BY TED COOK – RAILWAY SIGNALMAN
Talk and slideshow on railways in Sussex 1965-1972 showing the life of the railway as it was and including humorous stories of life behind the scenes. At Arundel Museum.

7.30pm
ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Chess The Musical. Music by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulveus. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Directed by Kate Bennet-View. At The Priory Playhouse Theatre, London Road, Arundel 18 9FA Box office call 07523 417926
www.arundelplayers.org.uk

8.00pm
DRIP ACTION THEATRE PRESENTS
The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard at the Victoria Institute in Tarrant Street. Sponsored by David Butcher Associates. Tickets £12, £8 students from: The Book Ferret, 34 High Street, Arundel. 01903 885727 email: thebookferret@btconnect.com

8.00pm
THE ARUNDEL JAILHOUSE
A performance of Nigel Fair’s new play The Appeal of Silence.
It starts out as a ‘rom-com’ but becomes a dark, psychological drama. Director Louise Jamieson. Tickets £10 concessions £9. Call 01903 889821 or www.arundeljailhouse.co.uk

Thursday 24th August

All day
ARUNDEL TREASURE HUNT
A challenging and fun experience a short walk around Arundel that takes about 1-2 hours and costs £7.00. Clues available from Sparks Yard, Tarrant Street, or through our web page www.arundel.org.uk/the-arundel-treasure-hunt.

9.00am-5.00pm
CHINDI AUTHORS BOOKSTALL
Following the success of their stall last year, the Chindi Authors are delighted to once again be supporting Cancer Research UK during the Arundel Festival. Their stall, selling great new books in a range of genres for all ages, is outside the Cancer Research shop in the High Street. All books sold during the Festival will help to raise funds for Cancer Research.

10.15am and 11.15am
ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Arundel Players present Shortcuts at the Priory-Windows 17 (at 10.15am) and Windows 17 Plus One (at 11.15am). Intrigue and Mystery. Two companion pieces written and directed by Stuart Smithers for the Festival. At the Priory Playhouse, London Road, BN18 9FA. Tickets £5 or £7.50 for both plays. Tickets available at the theatre on the morning or call 01903 412990 before 18th August.

10.30am-2.30pm
ARUNDEL BAPTIST CHURCH FUN DAY
A day of fun and activities for children at the Arundel Baptist Church

10.30am start
FAMILY SUPPORT WORK WALK
The Chichester Diocesan Association for Family Support Work have organised a fundraising walk from Amberley to Arundel and back. Starting at Amberley Station at 10.30 am the walk takes in the beautiful countryside to Arundel. There is a refreshment stop at St Nicholas Church for tea and cakes. For more information visit www.familysupportwork.org.uk

11.00am-4.00pm
OFFICIAL FESTIVAL FACE PAINTING AND HENNA TATTOOS
Lets Face It Face Painting and Henna Designs provide a team of 2-3 people providing face painting and henna tattoos. In Mill Road opposite the Museum.

10.50-12.00
LAUGHTER FOR WELLNESS AND WELLBEING
Not comedy, this is laughter exercises for enjoyment and wellbeing. Laughter changes the chemistry of our brains and bodies, promoting positive physical, mental and psychological good health. £6 per person at the door. The Ballroom, First Floor, Norfolk Arms Hotel, High Street, Arundel. Enquiries: Lesley Ann Raphael 01903 212349/07557 932293.

11.00am
ARUNDEL IN THE SOUTH DOWNS TRAIL
30 min. bike ride to The Black Horse @ Binsted. Meet @ Arundel C. of E. school, Jarvis Road, TQ00600675, parking. Need own bike (mountain bike/hybrid = best); surface generally good, some stony, some small hills (can walk). We go at slowest pace. 1 hr. rest @ Black Horse (food/drink available to purchase) then return. No booking needed. Andy Davies 01903 882 321.

11.00am
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person. www.arundelmuseum.org

11.00am-1.00pm
THE HANOVER BAND
The Hanover Band present ‘Nurturing the Next Generation’ a concert series featuring young musicians from the Royal College of Music alongside professional musicians from The Hanover Band. At St Leonards Church, South Stoke. Book Online at www.thehanoverband.com or telephone 0333 666 3366 (bookings only)

11.00am
DRIP ACTION THEATRE TRAIL
Eight short plays throughout the day in eight different venues. See www.dripaction.co.uk for full details.

12 noon
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

2.00pm-5.30pm
GALLERY TRAIL
Follow the yellow flags to discover established and emerging artists, working in a vibrant range of media and materials around Arundel. Brochures available from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, Arundel Museum and from artists’ venues. www.arundelgallerytrail.co.uk

11.00am
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person.

2.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

2.00pm-4.00pm
TEDDY BEARS PICNIC AT ARUNDEL LIDO
Bring along your cuddly friend to enjoy an afternoon of storytelling and fun and games with face painting. Take advantage of the opportunity to have a dip in the pool too. Adults £5 and children £2.50. www.arundel-lido.com

4.00pm-6.00pm
ARUNDEL WINE SOCIETY TASTING EVENT
The Wine of Northern Italy. Mini-Masterclass. Illustrated talk and tutored comparative tasting of 6 Italian wines from the Northern regions of Italy, both red and white. Sponsored by Sussex Wine Academy. Entrance by ticket only £18. Season ticket for all four wine trail events £60 (saving of £12) Tickets can be purchased from: Larkins, Tarrant street, Arundel. Cash or cheque, no credit cards or email richard@arundelwinesociety.co.uk.

4.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

5.30pm-10.00pm
JUBILEE GARDENS
Organised by The Red Lion, Jubilee Gardens presents an eclectic mix of live music and performance. Click here for full details.

6.00pm
WORDS AND MUSIC IN PRIVATE HOUSES
Memorialising Revolution. Centring his investigation on Vladimir Tatlin’s Tower, Professor Robin Milner-Gulland discusses how the Russian Revolution is commemorated. Venue: 57 Maltravers Street. Tickets £20 to include wine from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, 29 Tarrant Street, Arundel BN18 9DG. Email james@zimmerstewart.co.uk. Telephone: 01903 882063 between 10am and 5pm Tuesday to Saturday.

7.30pm-11.00pm
ABBA ON THE HILL
The night not to be missed-the ABBA tribute band performing on the hill outside the Kings Arms Pub! An outside bar and food available.

7.00pm
THE SINGING EARTH MUSIC COMPANY
Folk & Friends:Traditional songs from the British Isles (and further!) with Shirlie Roden (guitar/vocal), Clare Nicholas (accordian) and Mike Carey (keyboards). Performed in the ambient setting of the former Sunday School of the Nineveh Chapel. VENUE: 1 Chapel Apartments, 31a Tarrant Street Arundel BN18 9DG TICKETS £10 (including glass of wine) from The Book Ferret, 34 High Street Arundel 01903 885727 email: thebookferret@btconnect.com

7.30pm
ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Chess The Musical. Music by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulveus. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Directed by Kate Bennet-View. At The Priory Playhouse Theatre, London Road, Arundel 18 9FA Box office call 07523 417926
www.arundelplayers.org.uk

8.00pm
DRIP ACTION THEATRE PRESENTS
The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard at the Victoria Institute in Tarrant Street. Sponsored by David Butcher Associates. Tickets £12, £8 students from: The Book Ferret, 34 High Street, Arundel. 01903 885727 email: thebookferret@btconnect.com

8.00pm
THE ARUNDEL JAILHOUSE
A performance of Nigel Fair’s new play The Appeal of Silence.
It starts out as a ‘rom-com’ but becomes a dark, psychological drama. Director Louise Jamieson. Tickets £10 concessions £9. Call 01903 889821 or www.arundeljailhouse.co.uk

Friday 25th August

All day
ARUNDEL TREASURE HUNT
A challenging and fun experience a short walk around Arundel that takes about 1-2 hours and costs £7.00. Clues available from Sparks Yard, Tarrant Street, or through our web page www.arundel.org.uk/the-arundel-treasure-hunt.

8.00am-6.00pm
TARRANT SQUARE MARQUEE
Town and Country Fairs present a selection of independent stalls selling a wonderful range of food, clothing and gifts.

9.00am-5.00pm
CHINDI AUTHORS BOOKSTALL
Following the success of their stall last year, the Chindi Authors are delighted to once again be supporting Cancer Research UK during the Arundel Festival. Their stall, selling great new books in a range of genres for all ages, is outside the Cancer Research shop in the High Street. All books sold during the Festival will help to raise funds for Cancer Research.

10.15am and 11.15am
ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Arundel Players present Shortcuts at the Priory-Windows 17 (at 10.15am) and Windows 17 Plus One (at 11.15am). Intrigue and Mystery. Two companion pieces written and directed by Stuart Smithers for the Festival. At the Priory Playhouse, London Road, BN18 9FA. Tickets £5 or £7.50 for both plays. Tickets available at the theatre on the morning or call 01903 412990 before 18th August.

11.00am
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person. www.arundelmuseum.org

11.00am-4.00pm
OFFICIAL FESTIVAL FACE PAINTING AND HENNA TATTOOS
Lets Face It Face Painting and Henna Designs provide a team of 2-3 people providing face painting and henna tattoos. In Mill Road opposite the Museum.

11.00am
DRIP ACTION THEATRE TRAIL
Eight short plays throughout the day in eight different venues. See www.dripaction.co.uk for full details.

12 noon
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

1.00pm-10.00pm
JUBILEE GARDENS
Organised by The Red Lion, Jubilee Gardens presents an eclectic mix of live music and performance. Click here for full details.

2.00pm-5.30pm
GALLERY TRAIL
Follow the yellow flags to discover established and emerging artists, working in a vibrant range of media and materials around Arundel. Brochures available from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, Arundel Museum and from artists’ venues. www.arundelgallerytrail.co.uk

2.00pm
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person.

2.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

2.30pm-3.30pm
STRANDS OF SILK
An hour of fresh, original poetry written and recited by
members of the Silk Road Writers Group as they launch their new anthology of work. Tickets:£4.00 from Arundel Library

4.00pm-6.00pm
ARUNDEL WINE SOCIETY TASTING EVENT
Champagne Method Sparkling Wines from around the globe. A comparison of 6 different sparkling wines from different parts of the world, all made by the same method as champagne, but not champagne! Entrance by ticket only
£18. Season ticket for all four wine trail events £60 (saving of £12) Tickets can be purchased from: Larkins, Tarrant street, Arundel. Cash or cheque, no credit cards or email richard@arundelwinesociety.co.uk

6.00pm
WORDS AND MUSIC IN PRIVATE HOUSES
Our Little Duke. At the centenary of the death of Henry XV Duke of Norfolk, Oliver Hawkins, art historian and for many years Chairman of the Arundel Society, looks at his life and defining impact on Arundel. Venue: 57 Maltravers Tickets £10 to include wine from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, 29 Tarrant Street, Arundel BN18 9DG. Email james@zimmerstewart.co.uk. Telephone: 01903 882063 between 10am and 5pm Tuesday to Saturday.

7.00pm
‘BROCA’S AREA’- A NEW PLAY
A new play written by Julie Buckle and Dr Justine Hextall entitled ‘Broca’s Area’. The title refers to the area of the brain used for language processing and the play explores our use of language. The main character is a Consultant Cardiologist who finds his life beginning to unravel… £10 tickets including a glass of fizz are available from the Tarrant Street Clinic on 01903 882917 or from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, 29 Tarrant Street

7.30pm
SHAKESPEARE AT ARUNDEL CASTLE
A Midsummer Night’s Dream performed by the GB Theatre Company in the Earl’s Garden of Arundel Castle. Grounds open for picnics from 5.30pm. Hog roast and cold drinks (licensed) available for purchase. Book in person at Arundel Castle Ticket Office (inside Mill Road Gate-Tuesday-Sunday 10.00am-4.00pm) or book online at www.arundelcastle.org

7.30pm
ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Chess The Musical. Music by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulveus. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Directed by Kate Bennet-View. At The Priory Playhouse Theatre, London Road, Arundel 18 9FA Box office call 07523 417926
www.arundelplayers.org.uk

8.00pm
COMEDY NIGHT AT THE JAILHOUSE
Jailhouse Screamers Festival Special. Always a Festival favourite, six stand-up comedians plus a compére perform.
Tickets £10 call 01903 889821 or go to www.arundeljailhouse.co.uk

8.00pm
DRIP ACTION THEATRE PRESENTS
The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard at the Victoria Institute in Tarrant Street. Sponsored by David Butcher Associates. Tickets £12, £8 students from: The Book Ferret, 34 High Street, Arundel. 01903 885727 email: thebookferret@btconnect.com

Saturday 26th August

All day
ARUNDEL TREASURE HUNT
A challenging and fun experience a short walk around Arundel that takes about 1-2 hours and costs £7.00. Clues available from Sparks Yard, Tarrant Street, or through our web page www.arundel.org.uk/the-arundel-treasure-hunt.

8.00am-6.00pm
TARRANT SQUARE MARQUEE
Town and Country Fairs present a selection of independent stalls selling a wonderful range of food, clothing and gifts.

9.00am-5.00pm
CHINDI AUTHORS BOOKSTALL
Following the success of their stall last year, the Chindi Authors are delighted to once again be supporting Cancer Research UK during the Arundel Festival. Their stall, selling great new books in a range of genres for all ages, is outside the Cancer Research shop in the High Street. All books sold during the Festival will help to raise funds for Cancer Research.

10.00am-approx.4.00pm
DRAGON BOAT RACING
20 Dragon Boats racing 250m on the Arun crewed by up to 16 people. Five major prizes including Best Dressed Crew and Largest Fundraisers as well as an Overall Winner. Trophies will be presented by the Duchess of Norfolk at about 4.30pm in the Town Centre. In aid of Home-Start Arun.

10.15am and 11.15am
ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Arundel Players present Shortcuts at the Priory-Windows 17 (at 10.15am) and Windows 17 Plus One (at 11.15am). Intrigue and Mystery. Two companion pieces written and directed by Stuart Smithers for the Festival. At the Priory Playhouse, London Road, BN18 9FA. Tickets £5 or £7.50 for both plays. Tickets available at the theatre on the morning or call 01903 412990 before 18th August.

10.30am
ARUNDEL IN THE SOUTH DOWNS TRAIL
2 hour circular guided walk with South Downs Park Ranger in S. Downs National Park. Meet Burpham Village Hall Car Park TQ03960885, free parking. 4 miles, no steep climbs, paths can be uneven, reasonable fitness needed, suitable footwear. Dogs on leads. No booking needed. Simon Mockford 07866 962914.

11.00am-5.00pm
FEAST INDIAN POP-UP STALL
Stall selling Indian Snacks and providing Tuk Tuk rides around Arundel and the Gallery Trail in aid of FEAST , the Indian charity which educates children in Tamil Nadu.

11.00am-5.00pm
HELP FOR HEROES
Static 500 mile bike challenge with a volunteer cycling 60 miles a day to raise money for the Help for Heroes charity. In Mill Road opposite the Museum.

11.00am
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person. www.arundelmuseum.org

11.00am
DRIP ACTION THEATRE TRAIL
Eight short plays throughout the day in eight different venues. Full info at www.dripaction.com

11.00am-4.00pm
OFFICIAL FESTIVAL FACE PAINTING AND HENNA TATTOOS
Lets Face It Face Painting and Henna Designs provide a team of 2-3 people providing face painting and henna tattoos. In Mill Road opposite the Museum.

11.00am-5.00pm
HELP FOR HEROES
Static 500 mile bike challenge with a volunteer cycling 60 miles a day to raise money for the Help for Heroes charity. In Mill Road opposite the Museum.

11.30am-6.00pm
SPORTING BEARS PERFORMACE CARS
A display of c.20 performance cars in the High Street. Rides in the cars will be available with all proceeds going to charity. www.sportingbears.co.uk

12 noon
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

12 noon-5.30pm
GALLERY TRAIL
Follow the yellow flags to discover established and emerging artists, working in a vibrant range of media and materials around Arundel. Brochures available from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, Arundel Museum and from artists’ venues. www.arundelgallerytrail.co.uk

12pm-1pm
SUSSEX WEST COUNTY GUIDE CHOIR
This 35 member choir ranging from 7 years old upwards is an established ensemble with many years experience. They will perform in Jubilee Gardens before moving on to Tarrant Stree at 1.00pm

1.00pm-10.00pm
JUBILEE GARDENS
Organised by The Red Lion, Jubilee Gardens presents an eclectic mix of live music and performance. Click here for full details.

1.00pm-2.00pm
SUSSEX WEST COUNTY GUIDE CHOIR
Performing in Tarrant Street.

2.00pm
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person. www.arundelmuseum.org

2.00pm-3.30pm
BOOK LAUNCH AT ZIMMER STEWART GALLERY
A signing and book launch. ‘Drawing and Painting the Landscape’ by Philip Tyler. Zimmer Stewart Gallery

2.00pm-5.00pm
ARUNDEL’S GOT TALENT FINAL
Finals of the ‘Arundel’s Got Talent’ auditions where 8-16 year olds perform a song or instrumental piece to win the exciting opportunity to record and mix any song in a professional recording studio. Change from brochure – to be held on the Town Square cobbles.

2.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

c. 4.00pm
SOUTH COAST CHALLENGE
Action Challenge UK Ltd organised event for 1800 runners, joggers and walkers who started in Eastbourne and will finish at Arundel Football Club on Saturday after 4.00pm and during Sunday.

4.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

4.00pm-6.00pm
ARUNDEL WINE SOCIETY TASTING EVENT
New Zealand Varietal Showcase. Illustrated talk with a tutored comparative tasting of 6 wines, all from different single grape varieties, both red and white, from cool climate New Zealand. Entrance by ticket only £18. Season ticket for all four wine trail events £60 (saving of £12) Tickets can be purchased from: Larkins, Tarrant street, Arundel. Cash or cheque, no credit cards or email richard@arundelwinesociety.co.uk

7.00pm
‘BROCA’S AREA’- A NEW PLAY
A new play written by Julie Buckle and Dr Justine Hextall entitled ‘Broca’s Area’. The title refers to the area of the brain used for language processing and the play explores our use of language. The main character is a Consultant Cardiologist who finds his life beginning to unravel… £10 tickets including a glass of fizz are available from the Tarrant Street Clinic on 01903 882917 or from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, 29 Tarrant Street

7.30pm
SHAKESPEARE AT ARUNDEL CASTLE
A Midsummer Night’s Dream performed by the GB Theatre Company in the Earl’s Garden of Arundel Castle. Grounds open for picnics from 5.30pm. Hog roast and cold drinks (licensed) available for purchase. Book in person at Arundel Castle Ticket Office (inside Mill Road Gate-Tuesday-Sunday 10.00am-4.00pm) or book online at www.arundelcastle.org

7.30pm
ARUNDEL PLAYERS
Chess The Musical. Music by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulveus. Lyrics by Tim Rice. Directed by Kate Bennet-View. At The Priory Playhouse Theatre, London Road, Arundel 18 9FA Box office call 07523 417926
www.arundelplayers.org.uk

7.30pm-10.00pm
THE HANOVER BAND
The Hanover Band will perform their highly successful ‘Royal Baroque’ Concert which includes Handel’s Water and Firework Music and J.S.Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 2. At St Nicholas Church, Arundel. www.thehanoverband.com

8.00pm
THE ARUNDEL JAILHOUSE
In the Gloaming by Nathaniel Tapley was a massive success in 2010 , and is now back again. Fans of Inside Number Nine or Tales of the Unexpected will love these creepy, hilarious stories of modern life, each of which has a sting in the tail…. Tickets £10, concessions £9. Telephone 01903 889821 or go to www.arundeljailhouse.co.uk

8.00pm
DRIP ACTION THEATRE PRESENTS
The Real Thing by Tom Stoppard at the Victoria Institute in Tarrant Street. Sponsored by David Butcher Associates. Tickets £12, £8 students from: The Book Ferret, 34 High Street, Arundel. 01903 885727 email: thebookferret@btconnect.com

Sunday 27th August

All day
ARUNDEL TREASURE HUNT
A challenging and fun experience a short walk around Arundel that takes about 1-2 hours and costs £7.00. Clues available from Sparks Yard, Tarrant Street, or through our web page www.arundel.org.uk/the-arundel-treasure-hunt.

All day
DISPLAY WAGON, RESPONSE VEHICLES AND VINTAGE YELLOW FIRE ENGINE ON DISPLAY
Display wagon, response vehicles and vintage yellow fire engine on display.

All day SOUTH COAST CHALLENGE
Action Challenge UK Ltd organised event for 1,800 runners, joggers and walkers who started in Eastbourne and will finish at Arundel Football Club on Saturday after 4.00pm and during Sunday.

8.00am-6.00pm
TARRANT SQUARE MARQUEE
Town and Country Fairs present a selection of independent stalls selling a wonderful range of food, clothing and gifts.

9.00am-5.00pm
CHINDI AUTHORS BOOKSTALL
Following the success of their stall last year, the Chindi Authors are delighted to once again be supporting Cancer Research UK during the Arundel Festival. Their stall, selling great new books in a range of genres for all ages, is outside the Cancer Research shop in the High Street. All books sold during the Festival will help to raise funds for Cancer Research.

9.00am-11.00am
ARUNDEL SCOUTS 10K RUN
The annual Arundel Castle 10K run is organised by, and raises funds for, 1st Arundel (Earl of Arundel’s Own) Scout Group. It starts in Town Square, goes through the Castle grounds into the Park, back through the grounds and finishes in Town Square. Registration available at: www.arundelscouts.org.uk/10k/

11.00am-4.00pm
OFFICIAL FESTIVAL FACE PAINTING AND HENNA TATTOOS
Lets Face It Face Painting and Henna Designs provide a team of 2-3 people providing face painting and henna tattoos. In Mill Road opposite the Museum.

10.00am-11.00am
FAMILY FUN AT ARUNDEL LIDO
Family Fun Inflatable Session with ‘Sid the Sub’. Enjoy climbing on their giant inflatable ‘Sid the Sub’ along with a variety of other floating equipment. Then why not make a day of it and enjoy refreshments from the café and their beautiful grounds. ALL children uner 8 must be accompanied by an adult in the water unless they have passed a swim test. See www.arundel-lido.com for more details and prices.

11.00am-5.00pm
HELP FOR HEROES
Static 500 mile bike challenge with a volunteer cycling 60 miles a day to raise money for the Help for Heroes charity. In Mill Road opposite the Museum.

11.00am
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person. www.arundelmuseum.org

11.00am-5.00pm
FEAST INDIAN POP-UP STALL
Stall selling Indian Snacks and providing Tuk Tuk rides around Arundel and the Gallery Trail in aid of FEAST , the Indian charity which educates children in Tamil Nadu.

11.00am-5.00pm
LOCA FREE PAINTING EVENT
The LOCA Artists will be on hand with three different ‘Why I love Arundel’ posters inviting visitors to paint them and take them away with them. There will also be the LOCA chalk drawing experience and a Selfie Booth. All in Tarrant Street outside the Victoria Institute.

11.30am-6.00pm
SPORTING BEARS PERFORMACE CARS
A display of c.20 performance cars in the High Street. Rides in the cars will be available with all proceeds going to charity. www.sportingbears.co.uk

12 noon-5.30pm
GALLERY TRAIL
Follow the yellow flags to discover established and emerging artists, working in a vibrant range of media and materials around Arundel. Brochures available from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, Arundel Museum and from artists’ venues. www.arundelgallerytrail.co.uk

12 noon
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

12.00 noon-2.00pm
LANCING BRASS OF THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION
18-strong Brass Band playing a collection of pieces in Arundel Town Square. www.lancing-brass.org.uk

12.30pm-2.00pm
THE HANOVER BAND
The Hanover Band Chamber Ensemble and the Consone Quartet will perform Beethoven Septet Op.20 In Eb at St Leonards Church, South Stoke. Book Online at www.thehanoverband.com or telephone 0333 666 3366 (bookings only)

1.00pm-10.00pm
JUBILEE GARDENS
Organised by The Red Lion, Jubilee Gardens presents an eclectic mix of live music and performance. Click here for full details.

2.00pm
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person. www.arundelmuseum.org

2.00pm-2.30pm
THE THREE CHURCHES’ SERVICE
A service of praise conducted by the leaders of all three Arundel Churches in the Town square, featuring the Lancing Brass Band. www.lancing-brass.org.uk

2.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

4.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

7.00pm
‘BROCA’S AREA’- A NEW PLAY
A new play written by Julie Buckle and Dr Justine Hextall entitled ‘Broca’s Area’. The title refers to the area of the brain used for language processing and the play explores our use of language. The main character is a Consultant Cardiologist who finds his life beginning to unravel… £10 tickets including a glass of fizz are available from the Tarrant Street Clinic on 01903 882917 or from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, 29 Tarrant Street

8.00pm
THE ARUNDEL JAILHOUSE
In the Gloaming by Nathaniel Tapley was a massive success in 2010 , and is now back again. Fans of Inside Number Nine or Tales of the Unexpected will love these creepy, hilarious stories of modern life, each of which has a sting in the tail…. Tickets £10, concessions £9. Telephone 01903 889821 or go to www.arundeljailhouse.co.uk

Monday 28th August

All day
VINTAGE BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY

All day
VINTAGE MONDAY FUNFAIR
Specially for children, an array of colourful and exciting vintage rides such as swing boats and a carousel all situated in Crown Yard.

All day
VINTAGE MONDAY MARKET
Stalls around the town selling high quality vintage goods.

8.00am-6.00pm
TARRANT SQUARE MARQUEE
Town and Country Fairs present a selection of independent stalls selling a wonderful range of food, clothing and gifts.

11.00am
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person. www.arundelmuseum.org

11.00am-4.00pm
OFFICIAL FESTIVAL FACE PAINTING AND HENNA TATTOOS
Lets Face It Face Painting and Henna Designs provide a team of 2-3 people providing face painting and henna tattoos. In Mill Road opposite the Museum.

11.00am-5.00pm
HELP FOR HEROES
Static 500 mile bike challenge with a volunteer cycling 60 miles a day to raise money for the Help for Heroes charity. In Mill Road opposite the Museum.

11.00am-5.00pm
FEAST INDIAN POP-UP STALL
Stall selling Indian Snacks and providing Tuk Tuk rides around Arundel and the Gallery Trail in aid of FEAST , the Indian charity which educates children in Tamil Nadu.

12 noon-5.30pm
GALLERY TRAIL
Follow the yellow flags to discover established and emerging artists, working in a vibrant range of media and materials around Arundel. Brochures available from Zimmer Stewart Gallery, Arundel Museum and from artists’ venues. www.arundelgallerytrail.co.uk

12 noon
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

1.00pm-10.00pm
JUBILEE GARDENS
Organised by The Red Lion, Jubilee Gardens presents an eclectic mix of live music and performance. Click here for full details.

2.00pm
ARUNDEL MUSEUM WALKS
Discover Arundel’s fascinating history with our friendly, informed guides. 90 minute walk. Meet outside the Museum. Tickets £4 per person. www.arundelmuseum.org

2.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

c 3.35pm
ANNUAL DUCK RACE
Organised this year by the Arundel Museum Society, this is an unmissable part of the Festival. Over 2000 sponsored ducks take to the River Arun in a ferocious battle to cross the line first! Start time depends on tides so listen out for announcements on the day.

4.00pm
ARUNDEL HISTORIC TOURS
Historic guided tours throughout Arundel lasting 90 minutes from the Old Print House, Tarrant Street. www.arundelwalkingtours.co.uk

4.00pm
VINTAGE PARADE AND COMPETITION
A parade of the best dressed visitors selected by the Festival Committee during the day will take place in Town Square. After the parade, the winner of the Best Vintage Outfit will be announced.

7.30pm
GHOSTS, MURDER AND MYSTERIES WALK
Ghosts, Murder and Mysteries Walk exploring the darker side of Arundel’s history with local historian Mark Phillips. Minimum age 12. Last about 1.5 hours and costs £6 per person. Meet at the Castle entrance in Mill Road.

9.15pm
CLOSING FIREWORKS
An amazing, 15 minute firework display, viewable from all over Arundel, closes the Festival.