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Category: Visual Arts
5, 12, 19, 26 May, 2 June 11:00 [6hrs] 6-10, 13-17, 20-24, 27-31 May 09:30 [8hrs30mins] 4, 11, 18, 25 May, 1 June 09:00 [9hrs]
Hundreds of today’s most sought-after limited edition art prints to astound and enjoy! Lose yourself in the latest releases from established artists Sir Peter Blake, Damien Hirst, Banksy, Marc Quinn and Mr Brainwash, plus discover rapidly emerging artists Dave White, Magnus Gjoen, Pure Evil, Copyright and many more.
Company: Nice Weather for Airstrikes Records
Venue: The Druids Arms
24-26 May 20:00 Free, non-ticketed [4hrs] 27 May 16:00 Free, non-ticketed [7hrs]
Local Brighton Record Label showcase the best 'post rock' bands in the UK and Europe at this free music festival all weekend from May 24 - 27. A celebration of local, national and international upcoming and emerging talent in this leftfield genre.
Company: Bootworks Theatre
Venue: Jubilee Library
Category: Kids & Youth
25 - 26 May midday - 13:30 & 15:00 - 16:30. Performance every 6 minutes. £7
Hijack Family Fringe takes over Jubilee Library! Bootworks Theatre invites one child and accompanying adult on a whirlwind adventure with Henry. Henry loved books, but not like you and I love books. Henry loved to EAT books. This exciting theatre adaptation of Oliver Jeffers’ award-winning children’s book follows the story of a boy with a voracious appetite for books.
Company: Nicely, Thank You
Venue: The Old Courtroom
30-31 May 21:00 £8 (£7) [1hr10mins]
A quantum physicist and a new vicar walk into a bar... joining forces to solve a perplexing mystery, they discover the real meaning of faith, knowledge, love and the importance of keeping an open mind. A brand new romantic comedy sci-fi from one of the writers of Miranda and BBC3's Bluestone 42. Deep, smart, quirky and very funny.
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