Festival Theatre Cafe Chichester Oaklands Way, England, PO19 6AP

The Café in the Festival Theatre is a great spot for a snack or barista coffee while browsing with our free Wi-Fi. Serving a range of freshly made sandwiches and toasties, panini, soup and salads, cakes and drinks. Outdoor seating…

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The Café in the Festival Theatre is a great spot for a snack or barista coffee while browsing with our free Wi-Fi. Serving a range of freshly made sandwiches and toasties, panini, soup and salads, cakes and drinks.

Outdoor seating is available and for little ones, we have high chairs, baby changing facilities in all toilets and lots of space for buggies.

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