Performing songs from the critically acclaimed album Waves on Wire.
This Anglo-French musical extravaganza follows the life of Nicholas Lanier, a French lutenist who fled to England escaping religious persecution and went on to gain the title ‘Mast…
A Dance of Awareness experience where you decide which role to take, mover or witness.
Mixing old songs with new and funded by the RVW Trust, soprano Jessica Summers and pianist Jelena Makarova bring their Living Songs project to Brighton Fringe!
Songs and music by …
An intimate performance of song, story, musical mischief and jazz with a theatrical twist – each song drawing you into the world of its characters.
Jean-Pierre Brzechwa (countertenor) and Joe Ward (piano) are delighted to present an entertaining evening featuring extremely beautiful songs and pieces by Chopin.
An invitation to take part in this unique evening featuring uplifting and meditative musical performances from the Indian spiritual tradition.
After a sell-out show last year, Cellophane Flowers are back.
In 1868, a rescued 10-year-old African slave boy, Tommy, is whisked away to Brighton to a lodging house and the home comforts of Eliza and Henry Thompson who become his guardians.
Come and discover the joy of singing together, with the Brighton and Hove ‘Sing For Better Health’ groups.
The Good Grief event is for anyone who has ever experienced loss or for those who would simply like to understand more about grief.
An evening of brilliant music-making with soprano Valeria Guidotti, flautist Karen Rash, violinist Sophia Bartlette, guitarist Sebastian Goodwin-Day, and pianists Jon Byrne, Joe Wa…
A stellar jazz sextet performs a musical tribute to the jazz composer and pianist, Thelonious Monk.
Musicians appearing in the 8th Lewes Chamber Music Festival in June 2019 will perform chamber music by Mozart, Faure and the little-known Lekeu in this special Festival Launch conc…
“Conscious Light” is an award-winning documentary film on the extraordinary life of Adi Da Samraj, one of the great spiritual realizers of our time.
The Wandering Bard is an ensemble that merges qualities of early music with delights of immortal folk music.
A fun, fabulous and flamboyant cabaret-style drag event in the heart of Brighton to celebrate the young LGBTQIAPP+ community.
This cinematic portrait of Brighton, in all its bohemian, and campaigning glory, darts between past present and is set to a sumptuous orchestral score.
‘Of Heart and Homeland’ is an exploration of the nationalist musical movement at the beginning of the 19th Century.
A unique blend of meditation and music performance to enlighten the soul and lift your spirit!
Come and experience a mix of live Eastern and Western vibrational music to help brin…
We are delighted to bring alive this exquisite masterpiece for all music lovers.
If I Catch Alphonso, Tonight!
Billy Merson took London Music Halls by storm in1909.
Come and discover the joy of singing together with the Brighton & Hove ‘Sing For Better Health!’ groups! All welcome, no need for any singing ability, just join in! We will combine…
Come and enjoy the benefits of yoga, open to all.
So much history, so little time.
In an intimate piano recital Jean Angliviel returns to Brighton Fringe to celebrate the centenary of Claude Debussy. Playing the Preludes Book 2, plus works by Schumann and Chopin.
To mark the 100 year anniversary since women first got the vote, Digital Drama will be running three immersive banner making workshops.
Brighton-based singer and songwriter, Rachel de Cock, launches her new album, ‘Chasing Rabbits’, with an evening of some of the most evocative pop ballads of all time; celebrating …
The PGSQ returns to the Unitarian Church for the group’s first appearance at Brighton Fringe, bringing an eclectic mix of music arranged for the unique sound of the Saxophone Quart…
We are slowly falling apart, we are stagnating.
2017 marks the 30th anniversary of Catalan composer Federico Mompou’s death.
Music can nurture us, music can uplift us.
Join Classical Folk for a lunchtime concert of beautiful and fun music - Classical, Folk (English and around the world) and gypsy - with a seasoning of parlour songs.
A day offering people the opportunity to step into our experiences of living with loss and bereavement.
Vintage swingin’ music and dance in thoroughly postmodern style with The Soultastics band and dancers I Charleston Brighton.
The 19-piece Studio 9 Orchestra pays tribute to the late composer, arranger and trumpeter Kenny Wheeler, with an evening of beautiful arrangements written for alarge Jazz ensemble.
Curious about yoga?
Come to our free event with yoga classes (mats provided), meditation, talks and Q&As about yoga, music, special guests, fun and much more! Suitable for both…
A tribute to the classic big-band music of Duke Ellington.
Join Classical Folk for another evening of Schubert, Paganini, Massenet, Boccherini; gipsy and folk songs; tales of composers.
Maxx Silver writes and performs all of his own music.
Kianja is an emerging young singer/songwriter making waves on the live London scene, fusing jazz and urban flavours with a twist of vintage style.
A musical journey from the shores of the British Isles to the Appalachian Mountains.
Brighton-based percussion and dance group, Maracatu Cruzeiro do Sul, brings you a colourful and exciting array of dances and sounds from the North East of Brazil with a British tou…
A day offering people the opportunity to consider living with loss and bereavement.
The trumpet in the history of jazz featuring compositions and arrangements by the kings of jazz as well as new works.
Singer/harpist Magdalena Reising is back with her unique blend of jazz/folk fusion with a hint of tango with her international Blue Cafe Jazz Ensemble.
Join Classical Folk for an evening of folk and classical musical fusion.
Join us for an hour of Boj-a-boom fun with Dave Benson-Philips! Read, make and play in this musical themed family event featuring Boj (as seen on CBeebies)!
Soak up the swing.
The galah is a bird found in large numbers across Australia.
For everyone who wants to find out anything about end of life, death and bereavement.
Join Laura and Jason for an inspirational evening of their live song and music, meditation and chant.
Once the European martial arts were the equal of any in the world and the sword is the symbol that has stayed with us through story, play and film.
The biblical story of Daniel is well-known: the writing on the wall at Belshazzar’s feast, Daniel’s rise to power, his fall at the hands of conspirators - and the lions’ den.
Greater Expectations was an exciting play to attend.
Sitting in the pews of Brighton’s Unitarian Church and readying myself for an evening of devotional music largely centred on Hindu and Sufi traditions, I felt slightly dubious.
An atmospheric candlelit cafe-style setting for the captivating vocals and harp of Magdalena Reising with the impeccable musicianship and versatility of Loius Durra (piano) and Gra…
Singer/harpist Magdalena Reising is back with her unique blend of jazz/folk fusion with her international Blue Cafe Jazz Ensemble.
The King and Country World War I Opera is a show presented in a rather strange format at the Brighton Fringe Festival.
Ever wonder how the elephant got his trunk? Or the leopard got his spots? Then don’t miss ‘Just So!’; a brand new play based on the famous stories by Rudyard Kipling.
‘Observations, Obsessions and Objects’ is a suite of works that have been written over the past year, incorporating the use of live instrumentation, musique concrete, integrated li…
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