Venue: MEET: Royal Albion Hotel (Outside main entrance)
1, 3-4, 6, 8, 10-11, 13, 15, 17-18, 20, 22, 24-25, 29, 31 May, 1, 3, 5, 7-8 June 14:00 £7 [1hr30mins]Plus booking fee
Explore hidden Brighton on this 90 minute walking tour of Brighton's fascinating old town.Secret tunnels, quaint fisherman's cottages, sizzling Royal romances and a long lost black cat can all be discovered on this unique tour.Brighton's acclaimed no.1 tour for visitors and residents alike.
Company: Brighton Beam Productions
Venue: The Dukebox Theatre
3, 6 May 20:15 4, 11, 25 May, 1 June 17:30 £8 [1hr]
No under 18's allowed in the venue after 8pmPlus booking fee
Billie Holiday and saxophonist Lester Young played and recorded such achingly beautiful music together it was impossible for many to believe they were not lovers. This magical story tells the untold tale of their romance through some of their own words and the songs they recorded together. Friends? Soulmates? Lovers? The answers are in their music. Sold out Brighton Fringe 2013!
Company: MOOT - music of our time
Venue: Community Base Conference Room
21, 28 May 19:00 Free, ticketed [2hrs]Plus booking fee
Play your part in creating a modern musical response to a First World War poem. All instruments and abilities welcome! 2 workshops (21st & 28th) culminating in a performance on Sunday June 1 at St Nicholas Church, Dyke Road. Don't forget to bring your instrument. With composer/electric guitarist/violist Tom Reid. Observers welcome. Part of the 'Sounds of War - Instruments of Peace' series.
Company: Bath Street Productions
Venue: Upstairs at Three and Ten
13-15 May 18:30 17-18 May 13:00 £9 (£7.50) [1hr10mins]Plus booking fee
They’re not zombies, they’re aliens! When the population starts to turn, does it matter what they are? It still means that Will, Dom and Sam need to fight to survive. How do three people barely capable of surviving life outside university make it through an apocalypse? Do they stand any chance at all? A comedy horror drama.