Company: UoB Fine Art: Critical Practice
Venue: Buses Across Brighton And Hove
Category: Visual Arts
3-16 May Free, non-ticketed
Students from the University of Brighton in collaboration with Brighton and Hove Bus and Coach Company present 'Art Fare', a two-week exhibition of artistic intervention on public transport. This diverse range of work, across various media, engages with the local public, integrating contemporary art into the everyday. With some works clearly programmed and others deliberately discrete, this exhibition examines the potential for art in a functional public environment.
Company: Pavilion Gardens Cafe
Venue: Pavilion Gardens Café
Category: Events and Film
3, 10, 17, 24, 31 May 12:00 Free, non-ticketed [4hrs]
Friends of the Pavilion Garden's Café invite you to celebrate the Café's 70+ years. There will be music, dancing and entertainment for young and old, local charity stalls and special events. There will be a different programme every Saturday in May.
Company: No Nonsense Guided Walks
Venue: MEET: Lewes Castle Entrance, High Street
8, 15, 22, 29 May 20:00 £8, £5 Under 16s 3-4, 10, 17, 24-25, 31 May 20:30 £8, £5 Under 16s [1hr20mins]Plus booking fee
You would expect our historic county town to be haunted and it does not disappoint. Here you will learn of a variety of strange apparitions and some particularly frightening poltergeists!
Company: The Brighton Laboratory
Venue: 45 Springfield Road
17-18, 24-25 May 15:00, 17:00, 19:00 £10 [1hr10mins]Plus booking fee
Have you ever looked through a window into someone else’s world? The house is 'for sale'. In the garage, sisters sort remnants of family life into job lots; upstairs a son, long-disappeared, plays the haunting music of Nick Drake. Simultaneously staged across five floors of a Brighton townhouse this intimate and immersive devised performance invites the audience to travel through time and memory in an exploration of house as home and house as capital.