Lee Miller: Farleys in the 50s
When photographer Lee Miller moved to Farleys in Sussex with her husband, painter Roland Penrose in 1949, settling down was most definitely not on t…
Journey through the traditional and contemporary culture of Palestine.
On his wedding anniversary, Yusef and his young daughter set out in the West Bank to buy his wife a gift.
Set in a 21st-century world troubled by a deadly plague, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s 1826 novel ‘The Last Man’ is poignant and hugely relevant today.
Nominated Reviews Hub/Brighton Fringe Best Show 2021.
Abusive husbands, madman fathers, maniac brothers.
The iris is a symbol of wisdom, hope, trust and valour.
With funding from the RVW Trust on the Summer solstice, violinist Sian Philipps will perform “The Lark Ascending” as well as a solo violin work by Sally Beamish, a premiere of “Noc…
‘Love Is The Sweetest Thing’ - A celebration of the music and life of Ray Noble.
King Henry VIII is ‘brought to life’ in this most dramatic of performances! In all his splendour and magnitude, the King, now in old age, recounts the events of his long life a…
Period music greets loyal subjects as they enter the Friends Meeting House to attend Divorced, Beheaded, Survived: An Audience with King Henry VIII, written and directed by John Wh…
Jazz singer Ela Southgate is joined by both a classic Jazz quartet; guitar, trombone, double bass and drums - and a classical string quartet.
Coppersmith, based on the Isle of Wight, are a modern Folk duo playing all original songs.
Lee Miller and Fashion: Hand Grenades like Cartier Clips.
This project artistically explores the assumptions we make when we encounter a woman experiencing homelessness.
Peter Barratt gives a stirring and passionate account of his great-grandmother’s hard fought campaign for the right to vote over a 100 years ago.
During both lockdowns, everyone experienced something being taken away that we possibly have taken a lot for granted.
Are you socially awkward? Do you worry about your reaction face when someone else is talking? Do you use your partner as a human shield at a social gathering? Fellow Awkwardian (An…
How do we replicate intimacy with other people in this time without touch? Do we need touch to survive? How do we sate touch hunger?
What sensations can we cultivate in lieu of t…
‘Two the Power of Three’ is Theatre Handmade’s explosive new play.
Lee Miller witnessed with her camera events of WWII, the battles and the lives destroyed in the hope that this horror will not be forgotten.
Friends come together to form a choir.
Critically-acclaimed pianist and composer, Helen Anahita Wilson, returns to the Fringe to perform her debut solo album, BHOOMA.
Unique and personal interpretations of songs from the jazz/blues years - plus a touch of Latin! Julie’s expressive voice is complemented by Michael’s superb piano playing in an exc…
‘Birthing a Better Future Art and Science Exhibition’ raises awareness about the crucial time from conception, birth and the first 1001 days in the healthy development of children.
“I looked like an angel, but was a fiend inside.
Relax and enjoy Julie’s warm, expressive voice with Michael’s superb piano interpretations.
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.
We Can Be, LadyG cuts Gaga down to size, with migrant resilience and ‘Yes We Can Be Happy, Initiate’ and so a company taking inspiration from Jean Findlay and TSEliot which produce…
Talking about Birth Matters.
A new relaxing
A dog is man’s best friend, and is for life.
The Super Sheep are back in a new adventure! Shadwell must help three friends (a brave fairy, a reluctant sheep and a bonkers pig) save a Sleeping Beauty.
Dementia is everybody’s business so let’s get talking about it.
Inspired by two real stories, the play explores the impact of early onset dementia on two very different families - a journey of love, loss and duty.
Pianist/composer/musical-explorer Helen Burford performs a programme of global exotica and new commissions for solo piano, toy piano and Indian santoor.
The songs of Enrique Granados, Donizetti and Mozart brought to life with the signature warmth and power of the ravishing voice of Eline Vandenheede, a young soprano with a world cl…
Brighton’s Singing Barber, Peter Joannou, puts his comb to one side, picks up his microphone and sings those classic beautiful songs from the Great American Songbook made famous by…
Introduced in last year’s Brighton Fringe, Rory and Simon are back, still struggling with the age-old problem of family communications.
A unique fusion of live traditional and classical music from Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Syria and the UK alongside video performances from Kabul.
‘Boipuso and the Grumpy Green Giant’, a folk tale from Botswana and other stories with puppets and percussion.
Morton Feldman’s epic, spectral and beautiful ‘Crippled Symmetry’, performed by Adam Swayne (piano/celeste), Helen Whitaker (flute/bass flute) and Adam Bushell (vibraphone/glocke…
Local Brighton pianist, Johan de Cock, presents an hour-long recital of Baroque sonatas by Antonio Soler, a classical sonata by Joseph Haydn, two late elegies by Franz Liszt, selec…
Imagine the sounds of the seasons transformed into music.
Critically-acclaimed pianist Helen Burford returns to Brighton Fringe with a fascinating solo programme, featuring works by Somei Satoh, Piazzolla, Handel and Timo Andres.
Communication? Between a father and a child? How difficult can that be?
Communication? Between a father and a transgender child? How much of a nightmare can that be?
After 400 ye…
Enjoy the mellow voice of Julie Roberts, and the superb accompaniment of Michael Hinton on grand piano, in a relaxed programme of jazz and Latin standards.
Guitars, video, computer music and improvised live art combine in a multi-sensory celebration of Milton Babbitt’s centenary.
The SMASH HIT family musical returns to Brighton.
Prize-winning young pianist Madelaine Jones presents an eclectic programme of music, from Georgian keyboard sonatas to contemporary Norwegian pieces.
Lovers of Romantic piano.
I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from this recital.
Critically acclaimed pianist Helen Burford returns to Brighton Fringe with a fascinating solo programme featuring works by J.
European early music with voice, lute, mandolin and viols contrasts with Haydn.
Not just an evening of song, but rather the story of a not particularly famous man whose words have been sung everywhere from Hong Kong to Geneva, from the National Theatre to the …
Piano: Max Gorman. Songs of the high Romantic Tradition for times that are low. By Rodgers and Hart, Gershwin, Cole Porter, Dorothy Fields and Jerome Kern.
A matriarch, a feminist, a nun and a teenage mum gather for a Sunday roast.
The Brighton based John Lake Trio will be performing an evening of original melodic modern jazz composed by John Lake along with some covers of modern standards from bands such as …
Prof Buteyko discovered in the ‘50s that people who develop chronic symptoms breathe more than the physiological optimal norm of 3-4 litres per minute.
West End performers and award-winning writer and director bring this true story of land grab and lost love to Brighton for the first time.
South African pianist, Johan de Cock, presents a solo piano recital of lesser-known works by Frédéric Chopin.
1820: Having left St Mary’s Home for Penitent Women, Betsy’s engaged by town knobs, to “keep” developer Thomas Kemp’s house.
Carol is Health & Science Officer at Anglo American Tobacco.
It’s Sunday lunch,and where the roast should be,there’s a tofu casserole! Butcher Albert’s table’s set for a monumental clash of values,knives and hearts.
Something Underground Theatre: Winner, Best New Play Brighton Fringe 2012.
Straight from the golden era of the roaring twenties, these phenomenally talented eccentric English gentlemen present a side-splitting musical revue of tip-top jazz and classic vau…
The Ensemble present a concert of Early Music on lute, mandolin, and three viols with their guest soprano. It also includes three new works for instruments and pre-recorded sounds.
The beautiful Starbird loves her tiny chicks and teaches them to light up the stars in the night sky, who all sing, giggle and glow delightfully.
A group of girls find themselves huddled together in an old gymnasium, a place they will soon call home.
You think you know the story? Think again.
Outstanding pianist, Helen Burford, presents an afternoon recital programme of solo works by Haydn, Scarlatti, Martin Butler and the European premiere of Julie Harris’ American Tri…
Outstanding young pianist,Helen Burford,returns to the Brighton Fringe with a programme of classical and contemporary solo piano music,including works by Bach,Brubeck,Kapustin and …
Bloomers, bicycles and class warfare in this comic costume drama based on a true story.
Starbird is a delightful show, performed by two charismatic women, ably assisted by some very cute starchick puppets.
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