1 - 31 May 2015
Type of Event:
Company: National Open Art Compeition
Category: Visual Arts
1-2, 7-9, 14-16, 21-23, 28-30 May Open 09:00 - 20:30 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 May 11:00 - 17:00 4-6, 11-13, 18-20, 25-27 May 09:00 - 17:00 Free, non-ticketed
Highly-acclaimed art and food - an exciting collaboration between National Open Art (NOA) on its UK tour with selected artists and SILO, an innovative restaurant|bakery|coffee house working with ethical growers, farmers and brewers to create food without unnecessary processing, whilst generating zero material waste.Beautiful Art & Food in Brighton's North Laine.An opportunity not to be missed.
Company: MakerClub & Root Experience
Venue: Brighthelm Church & Community Centre
Category: Kids and Youth
27 May 10.00 - 12.15, 13.30 - 15.15 28 May 9.45 - 12.15, 13.30 - 17.00 [Hunts are every 15mins] £10 per child, up to 6 children and 4 adults per hunt. Adults free.Plus booking fee
Winner of the 2014 Brighton Digital Festival education award, this sell-out show is back. Expect robots, aliens and a dash of mystery in an adventure of galactic proportions as you traverse the city and maybe even learn a thing or two about electronics and coding along the way! This is an immersive, partly outdoor experience so be prepared to walk a short while and get stuck in with the storyline.
Company: Jonathan Brown / Something Underground
Venue: Exeter Street Hall
2 May 21:15 £5 (£4) (£10 All SUTC shows ticket) 9 May 18:00 16 May 19:30 23 May 21:15 30 May 19:45 £10 (£8) (£20 All SUTC shows ticket) [1hr30mins]Plus booking fee
The fool steps off a cliff. Will he fall or fly? Telling the story of the moment in a land where anything is possible, from the irreverent to the sacred, the daft to the deep, the hilarious to the hallowed. Award winning Jonathan Brown takes you on a wild, newly-discovered-each-performance theatrical journey of live music and in-the-moment plunges into archetypal worlds. Jonathan Brown, Best Male Performer 2013, Best New Play 2012, Best Male Performer nominee 2007, Best New Play (shortlist) 2013, Brighton Fringe.
Company: Theatrum Veritatus
Venue: Otherplace at the Basement: Main Space
26-28 May 18:30 29 May 21:30 £11 (£9.50) [50mins]Plus booking fee
Set in Canada, 1887, a tragic love story follows two teenage lovers’ attempts to understand their passions as they crumble under the social and religious expectations of their time. A dark new work from Canada inspired by a true story invites audiences to journey through the darker colours of love and intimacy. The debut production from Theatrum Veritatus is an immediate and intense experience that will haunt you long after you have left the theatre.
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