The Goodwood Breakfast Club offers a jaw-dropping collection of some of the world’s most desirable and cherished vehicles, a scrumptious English breakfast, and the camaraderie of fellow motoring enthusiasts
Positioned in the beautiful surroundings of Oaklands Park, Chichester Festival Theatre is one of the United Kingdom's flagship theatres with a dazzling international reputation for producing a wide range of theatrical productions from musicals and comedies to classic drama and innovative new writing.
Goodwood is internationally acclaimed as being one of the most beautiful racecourses in the world. Renowned for its unique elegance and style Goodwood continues to set standards of style and quality for its racegoers. Set on top of the South Downs it is a breathtaking backdrop for some of the very finest flat racing with the highlight being the week of Glorious Goodwood.
The Rye Arts Festival always presents an impressive line up of speakers,performers,musicians,special events,exibitions and walks and talks.
Battle Festival is a month long, annual arts and music festival running throughout October in Battle, East Sussex. Now in its fifth year, Battle Festival has quickly become a cultural gem in the South East’s calendar. With its diverse, family-friendly focus, the Festival programmes an eclectic range of events and activities by internationally acclaimed, award-winning artists.
World famous for showjumping, Hickstead is host to the British Grand Prix and the only Nations Cup competition in the British Isles. The British Derby meeting held here remains one of the highlights of the equestrian calendar.
Opera has been held annually at Glyndebourne since 1934. It is most famous for its productions of Mozart's operas, many of those productions are considered the finest ever done of those operas. The London Philharmonic Orchestra has been long associated with Glyndebourne Festival Opera enjoying a rewarding partnership that dates back over 40 years.
Cowdray Park is the home of British Polo. It hosts tournaments and fixtures generally from April through to September. It is most famous for hosting the Veuve Clicquot Gold Cup in July each year.
Considered a "jewel in West Sussex" Fontwell Park is one of the most intimate and friendly racecourses in the country and its unique figure of eight track adds to the excitement of jump racing. There are race meetings throughout the year including midweek, weekend and evening fixtures.
Come and marvel at the 'Big Friendly Giants' at the Giants of Steam Autumn Gala on 12th, 13th & 14th of October.
Lewes bonfire (Guy Fawkes Night) is steeped in history, tradition, a belief in self expression and an undeniable dose of euphoric anarchy. Lewes always celebrates November 5th on November 5th and six of the bonfire societies parade on the night.
At the beginning of December each year Arundel plays host to a Christmas Market and outdoor carol singing and festive music. All set against the backdrop of the historic town centre, castle and cathedral.
The Brighton Marathon is held in April just prior to the London Marathon. Starting and finishing next to The Brighton Pier and the Brighton Wheel the route takes in much of the city centre before heading east to Rottingdean and then west into Hove.
Every year, the Brighton Festival showcases all of the things that make Brighton stand out from the crowd - creativity, world class talent and one of a kind cutting edge performances and exhibitions.
The international grasscourt tournament held in Devonshire Park in June immediately prior to Wimbledon. Formerly the International Women's Open it has now joined forces with the ATP tour to host a combined men's and women's tournament. The event features world class tennis stars.
The Festival of Speed can justifiably claim to be the world's biggest and most diverse celebration of the history of motorsport and car culture. It is the only occasion where you will find the greatest competition cars and star drivers from all eras in action from the 19th century steam cars to current Formula 1.