Chichester Inn

Chichester Inn
38, West Street, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1RP
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The Chichester is a traditional inn dating from 1785, conveniently located within walking distance of the city centre, cathedral and college of technology. The spacious twin bedrooms have been tastefully restored to reflect the period of the building and fitted with en-suite showerwc. An extensive range of home cooked meals and bar snacks, together with local real ales, lagers and fine wines may be enjoyed in our dining bar with open log fire for the colder times, or heated patio garden. A free car park is available at the rear of the Inn for the convenience of our guests

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Hamish Stuart Band

Glasgow-born Hamish Stuart shot to fame in the 1970's as the falsetto voice and guitarist of the Average White Band (AWB), his distinctive songwriting and vocal and guitar style helping pave the way to AWB's extraordinary worldwide success. After AWB's split up Hamish spent the rest of the 1980's touring, writing and…

Sat 16 Sep

£19.25

Ian Siegal

IAN SIEGAL Vast talent, historical reverence and forward thinking. BLUES REVUE USA Awash with wit, lust and distraction..the cleverest writer and most magnetic performer of Blues in the UK. MOJO Though he is best known as a bluesman and variously described as a legend and a national treasure, a typical Siegal…

Fri 15 Dec

£16.50

Iron Tyger

Album Launch

Sat 1 Jul

£11

Robbie Mcintosh Band

Robbie McIntosh is a legend in the world of music, he's played with the biggest names at the biggest gigs. He was a member of The Pretenders from 1982 to 1987 appearing at Live Aid and spent six years as McCartney's lead guitarist, recording five albums and touring the world twice. Robbie also won a huge following…

Sat 2 Dec

£16.50

The Standard Lamps

Fresh from supporting THE WHO (for the second time!) on their 2017 UK dates… …The Standard Lamps believed that it was about time music went back to basics, by which they meant, back to the sound of the rock and blues bands that influenced them such as The Who, Dr Feelgood and The Jam. The band built up a strong…

Sat 14 Oct

£13.75

The Stevie Nimmo Trio

Blues and roots.

Fri 6 Oct

£16.50

Tom Walker Trio

Tom Walker has been honing his guitar playing from a very young age, earning respect and admiration from music lovers and musicians across the globe. Now at the age of 22 he is now driving British blues to new levels from the heart of the UK with Tom Walker Trio. They have toured with the likes of The Move, Paul Jones…

Sat 28 Oct

£13.75

Comments & ratings

1. Graham Wignall29 Dec 2011, 8:54am Report

Great variety of events, but not particularly well advertised and I have noticed poor turn out for some very worthy acts. Sadly due to work I am only able to attend weekend events but those I have seen have been very good, however the cover charge of £4 is being severely challenged by other venues hosting the same or similar acts with free admission, and cheaper drinks prices to boot. On the whole though the gig list is well worth watching, and well done tothem for supporting Roots Around the World!

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