1 - 31 May 2015
Type of Event:
Company: Nick Sayers
Venue: Redroaster Coffee House
Category: Visual Arts
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: Ghost Walk of the Lanes
Venue: MEET: The Druid's Head
1-2, 5-9, 12-16, 19-23, 26-30 May 19:30 £8 (£5) (£4 Under 16s) [1hr15mins]Plus booking fee
An eighty minute walk around Brighton's most haunted quarter in the company of Silas, Jasper or Ebenezer, all suited and booted in full Victorian attire.
Company: James Pickering
Venue: Duke of Wellington
7-10, 14-17, 21-24, 28-31 May 19:00 £8 (£7) [40mins]Plus booking fee
After recently being widowed, Gerald Beethly is trying to find out how to be alone. He’s not sure how he feels about it, but he is the sort of chap who will somehow battle on. And it’s started him thinking. Is it the same as being lonely? How do any of us deal with it? And how exactly do you turn the tumble dryer on?
Company: DeMenthe productions
Venue: Otherplace at the Basement: The Pit
17-18 May 21:00 19-20 May 22:30 21 May 21:30 £8.50 (£7) [1hr]Plus booking fee
Erotica author Pamela DeMenthe shares the secrets of her literary success and invites fans to hear extracts from her new novel 'Sticky Digits', but her readings may reveal more than she bargained for. This dark comedy shifts between spoof and fantasy in an unpredictable tale of love, loss and ravens. “A character which reflects a long tradition of British comedy characters” (BBC Writersroom). “Funny and surreal” (Manchester Confidential). "Great comic delivery" (British Theatre Guide).
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