My Father Held A Gun

My Father Held A Gun

A stunningly simple yet immersing and thoughtful performance, My Father Held a Gun attempts to answer the question: Why do men go to war?Storytelling duo Israeli Raphael Rodan and … 

Wordstock Brighton 2018

Wordstock Brighton 2018

Brighton’s lively Open Market played host to the Wordstock festival this Saturday. 

Connecting Places: Our Untold Stories

Connecting Places: Our Untold Stories

A celebration of Brighton’s diversity, Connecting Places: Our Untold Stories, organised by the Brighton and Hove BME Heritage Network, is an opportunity for everyone to hear the … 

Efemera

Efemera

The Warren's aptly named Theatre Box (it’s a converted shipping container) hosted this year’s final Fringe performance of Efemera. 

Invisible Voices of Brighton & Hove

Invisible Voices of Brighton & Hove

The Cascade Coffee Shop is at the centre of a drive to help rehabilitate and reintegrate the homeless population of Brighton through the Cascade Creative Recovery organisation. 

There Was a Ship

There Was a Ship

Located inside the hulking monolith that is St Bartholemew’s church, the veritable belly of the beast, is a wacky art installation by sculptor and spoken word artist Brian Mander… 

One Can Not Be Too Careful

One Can Not Be Too Careful

Gallery Lock-In is a makeshift gallery space tucked away in the backstreets behind the beachfront. 

ARTWORKS

ARTWORKS

The newly refurbished St Augustine’s Centre has been playing host to a huge variety of shows and events: artists working on their pieces live, plays and music performances, scree…