Company: Southern Water
Venue: MEET: Arch 260, Palace Pier
1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29 May 18:30, 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 May 09:30, 11:00 £12 (£8.50 seniors, £6 children) [1hr]Plus booking fee
Guided tours of Brighton's magnificent, award-winning Victorian sewers. For more information and tickets visit www.southernwater.co.uk/sewertours. Minimum age is 11 years old. Pre-booking is required.Please note: Tickets can only be booked through Southern Water
Company: Professor James Bennison
Venue: Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick
17-18 May 14:45 Free, ticketed [1hr]Plus booking fee
Disgraced teacher James Bennison takes to the stage in his debut stand up show, tackling that untapped comedy gold mine, mathematics!Join him as he takes you on a journey of hilarity and education with added puzzles, prizes and games thrown in for good measure.*For legal reasons we must state this his nothing to do with the Yann Martel book of the same name**equivalent of a Maths A-Level.
Company: Solo Productions
Venue: MEET: The Druid's Head
3, 6-10, 13-17, 20-24, 27-31 May 19:30 £8 (£5, £4 Children £20 family) [1hr15mins]Plus booking fee
The Lanes is Brighton’s oldest and most haunted quarter, with hardly a street or lane that does not have a spectral connection. Join Silas, Jasper or Ebenezer, all dressed in full Victorian attire, and visit eight of its most haunted sites. Wandering nuns, hideous spectres and boisterous poltergeists are all to be found down the ancient twitterns of South Lane.
Company: Sara Harris
Venue: Friends' Meeting House
3-5 May 20:30 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]Plus booking fee
Bloomers, bicycles and class warfare in this comic costume drama based on a true story. Feisty hotel landlady Martha Sprague clashes with keen cyclist and forthright founder of the Rational Dress society, Viscountess Florence Harberton, over the appropriate attire for dining. One wants to control her world; the other wants to change it. Who will win the battle over ‘bifurcated' clothing?