Have a look around and explore this year’s events…. Online booking goes live tonight!
What’s coming up….
Join us in Market Square and Church Hill to explore the stalls of the fantastic French Market. Market from 9am - 4pm includes a variety of food stalls selling delectable food items from a wonderful visiting French Market and this year for the first time we are combining this with a craft market. A ... Read moreFind out more »
Delicious food – tasty hog roast and a BBQ with veggie options, plus homemade cakes – a well stocked bar with over 20 local ales and ciders, live music and a friendly atmosphere. Free to enjoy. There will be a collection for charity, so please dig deep on the day. Our chosen South Downs National ... Read moreFind out more »
The only way to spend the Saturday of the Bank Holiday weekend! An evening of top-class musical entertainment from the likes of Hot N Sticky, who cover Rock Legends such as Queen, Bon Jovi, Deep Purple and Journey, Nathan the Ultimate Gary Barlow Experience, local rock band Big Yellow Jacket and finishing the night ... Read moreFind out more »
Join Fran Weston on a countryside walk, starting at Langhams Brewery and visiting The Hollist Arms in Lodsworth, the White Horse in Easebourne and finally The Swan Inn in Midhurst. No charge for partaking on the walk, but please bring cash for drinks in the pubs. Please be advised there will be uneven ground, please ... Read moreFind out more »
A wonderful opportunity for the church communities in Midhurst and Easebourne to come together and worship. Led by the Reverend Derek Welsman of Easebourne Parish Church, Reverend David Muskett of Midhurst Methodist Church and Reverend David Willis of Midhurst Parish Church. There will be a few chairs available but a good idea to bring a ... Read moreFind out more »
Come follow the band!! Place yourself through North Street to watch the wonderful Bank Holiday Procession make their way from the Grange Centre to Cowdray Ruins. Organised by Midhurst Town Council, the Procession promises to be an explosion of sound, colour and movement, including the Burgess Hill Youth Marching Band, the Wondergirls Pom-Pom troupe and ... 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.