This year’s event has everything from ‘big bands, folk bands, drama, poetry and professional musicians through to ‘come and sings’, children’s theatre workshops and craft making – there really is something for everyone! Have a look through our listings and take your pick….
What’s coming up….
SOLD OUT !! All budding young dancers will love this crash course in street dance with the talented Sophie White. Suitable for children aged 6-10 with an opportunity to perform to parents at 12pm. £5 per child. Places limited so book early to avoid disappointment. For more information email email@example.com Sponsored by Frankland Physiotherapy. ... Read moreFind out more »
This new trio combines the acclaimed talents of folksinger Rosie Hodgson BBC Young Folk Award Finalist), traditional fiddler Rowan Piggott and guitarist-flautist Philippe Barnes. Independently they have earned audiences’ esteem as consummate musicians; together, they weave a tapestry of traditional and self-penned songs with a charm and familiarity that is usually only found in seasoned ... Read moreFind out more »
Grab your cowboy boots and head down to the MSA Marquee at the Sports Pavilion for a night of dancing! Local folk band The Rattlebones provide the entertainment, with great music and a chance to learn some traditional Barn Dances! Suitable for families to head down and enjoy. The MSA bar will be open and ... Read moreFind out more »
Calling all young singers! Local professional singer and choir conductor Anna Tabbush is offering a one-off singing workshop with a chance to showcase your song at the end of the hour to parents. Sponsored by Frankland Physiotherapy. Ages 7-12. Price £5, limited capacity For further details please contact Phillipa: firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
Come and enjoy a lunch time meal or sit with a coffee or a glases of wine and enjoy wonderful music to entertain you with the ever popular lunchtime concerts. Thursday 22nd 12.30-2.30pm – The Olive & Vine Presents a Lunchtime Concert with the Southdowns Ukulele Group. A fantastic way to see our local ... Read moreFind out more »
Enjoy a glass of bubbles and a two-course meal and watch the drama unravel around you, as you and your table try and solve the mystery of ‘whodunnit?’ Tickets are limited to booking is essential as well as pre-ordering your meal choices. The Midhurst Players present a Murder Mystery, directed by Yvonne Gravely. When purchasing ... Read moreFind out more »
The Knockhundred Shuttles will teach you a few easy dances Come and join in this free, friendly workshop with no strings attached ! Learn easy dances from the North West of England. You don't need a partner but you do need comfy shoes! Plenty of tea, coffee and cake to go around, then off to ... Read moreFind out more »
MADhurst may have started as just 9 days of performances and activities but, over the last 10 years, it’s grown beyond it’s founders wildest dreams. The acts and events have got bigger, the festival’s reputation has spread and its 10th anniversary marks its expansion to a full month-long celebration of art, music, drama and creativity across the area.