1 - 31 May 2015
Type of Event:
Company: ink_d gallery
Venue: Ink_d Gallery & Studio
Category: Visual Arts
1 May Open 18:30 - 20:30 2, 4-9, 11-16, 18-23, 25-30 May Open 10:00 - 18:00 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 May Open 12:00 - 16:00 Free, non-ticketed
ink_d is excited to be the first gallery to display the entire collection of Graham’s widely anticipated ‘Alphamals’ A-Z range of intricate animal-based Giclee prints (which can be personalised throughout the show). To compliment these stunning prints Graham will also be producing a selection of his trademark 3D framed wooden sculptures, original nature study sketches and products, creating a stunning and unique body of work. If his previous shows are anything to go by, expect a few surprises!
Company: Benedict Cruft Master of the Violin
Venue: St Michael & All Angels Church
2-3, 15, 29 May 19:30 £10 (£8 Over 60s) (£5 all other conc.) [1hr30mins]Plus booking fee
Ben returns to stun us once again with mesmerizing Bach in this beautiful acoustic and takes us on a beautiful journey. Ben then returns on the 15th with youthful Beethoven Trios, and on the 29th in Mozart and Haydn with guitarist Paul Gregory, cellist Tony Pleeth, and George Robertson on the viola. Not to be missed!
Company: Nick Sayers
Venue: Redroaster Coffee House
1-2, 4-9, 11-16, 18-23, 25-30 May, 1-3 June Open 07:00-19:003, 10, 17, 24, 31 May Open 08:00-18:30 Free, non-ticketed
A series of six month exposure photos of iconic Brighton & Hove landmarks by local artist Nick Sayers. The photos were taken using handmade beer can pinhole cameras, often secretly attached to trees and street furniture. The resulting images reveal a dream-like, four-dimensional view of the sun's daily tracks across the city sky from winter to summer. The exhibition will be complemented with an artist talk and pinhole camera making workshops - see nicksayers.eventbrite.com for details.
Company: DFM Company
Venue: Otherplace at the Basement: Main Space
24-25 May 13:30 £11 (£9.50) [1hr]Plus booking fee
A real-life story of an Icelandic 49 year old father of three who dared to realise his dream of dancing contemporary dance onstage. An award-winning show which began its global tour this year. “It’s important, it’s funny and it’s captivating, hard to ask for more.” (Víðsjá, Icelandic Radio 1). “Serious, warm, funny and really touches the audience.” (Austurfrétt, Icelandic newspaper). Winner: Readers’ Choice Award, DV Culture Awards 2013.
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