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Words and Pictures. Pictures and Words

Words and Pictures. Pictures and Words

An enthralling exhibition based on a year-long collaboration between a photographer and a poet. 1 year, 2 friends, 52 weeks and 104 collaborations. Come and enjoy a showcase of pieces from their book and see 2016 in a new light. Contact MADE to participate in two exclusive workshops (Sat 13 May 10.00-13.00 or Sat 27 May 13.00-16.00) and the opportunity to create your own collaborations. Continue Reading

The Print-shop

The Print-shop

Brighton comics creators and graphic novelists Joe Decie, Hannah Eaton and Daniel Locke are spending a week producing hundreds of original drawings, prints and comics that explore and respond to the daily life of Brighton. Like the print-shops of eighteenth-century London, this will be a freely accessible artists' studio and interactive exhibition, with art you can take home. Continue Reading

Are Strings Attached?

Are Strings Attached?

Your home is the venue when DOG, former graffiti legend, comes to your house for a consultation in this darkly comic grown-up reworking of Pinocchio. Prepare to be delighted and confounded and to have your credulity tested to the max in this thrilling exploration of aspiration and the Big Question of existence itself! High class theatre as up close as you'll ever get. "If I had to pick one show that encapsulates what the Fringe is all about, I might well pick this on"( Fringeguru Continue Reading

Refugee Film Festival

Refugee Film Festival

Art projections, feature films, documentaries and accompanying talks including film-makers exploring the experiences of refugees. Hosted by Migrant and Refugee Solidarity (M A R S) at the University of Brighton. What are the rights of refugees? Which communities have provided shelter and offered support? What needs to change to solve the refugee 'crisis'? See the films (programme on our website) and join the debate. Continue Reading

How Eva Von Schnippisch Won WWII

How Eva Von Schnippisch Won WWII

The WWII official secrets act is over and Eva is ready to set the record straight. Germany’s greatest underground cabaret star transformed into Britain’s No.1 spy and was given the toughest mission of all: infiltrate to the top. Eva tells a hilariously filthy and perfectly delivered action-packed story of love, betrayal, Frankfurters, the ‘other’ Eva... and de-bunks the bunker story once and for all in a joyful night of hilarious anti-fascist feminist propaganda. It’s time to burn your Continue Reading

Chinese Whispers at Greenwich Theatre