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Monday 1 Sep 2016 - Brighton Open Air Theatre (B.O.A.T)
Join Chapterhouse Theatre Company this summer as Elinor and Marianne Dashwood make their first forays into the exciting world of Regency society. This exquisite and lively tale follows the sisters as they fall in love, make mistakes and experience heartbreak for the first time in their quest to find a balance between sense and sensibility. Picnic in some of the most beautiful gardens and enjoy a night of magical theatre under the stars. Tickets and Information from www.brightonopenairtheatre.co.uk and available at venue on the day of the show
Tuesday 2 Sep 2016 - Brighton Marina
Join Gok Wan for an evening of family fun and entertainment to celebrate the newly extended Boardwalk at Brighton Marina and the opening of seven fabulous new restaurants! From 6pm the boardwalk will be bustling with activity, including balloon modelling stilt walkers, Anton the Circus Juggler and Tim the Jester, whilst junk and drum percussion group Clatterati showcase their unique style outside The West Quay Weatherspoons. Hang around til 8.30pm to enjoy a spectacular fireworks display set to music, followed by special guest appearance by celebrity stylist turned DJ Gok Wan, to take us late into the night! “I am really looking forward to spinning the decks at Brighton Marina on 2 September to celebrate the launch of the new Boardwalk. I’ll be playing some of my favourite House and Pop remixes with some old skool tunes thrown in for good measure! Hope to see you there!!” For more details visit www.brightonmarina.co.uk
Wednesday 3 Sep 2016 - The Grand Brighton Hotel
Taste and buy over 50 wines at the 2016 Brighton Wine Fair. This relaxed walk around tasting gives you the chance to meet and talk to award winning Sussex wine producers and Brighton & Hove wine merchants under one roof. Exhibitors include Ridgeview, Bolney, Court Garden, Ten Green Bottles, Seven Cellars and Twenty One Wines.
Wednesday 3 Sep 2016 - Telscombe Hall
Looking for this season's fashion, but without the pricetag? Then look no further! Together with Travelling Trends, we are giving you the opportunity to grab some great bargains on popular high street brands whilst raising money for Guide Dogs. Watch the fashion show, pick out your favourite items then try them on and buy on the night! We can take payments by cash or credit/debit card. DATE: 3rd September 2016 TIME: Doors open at 3pm and the fashion show begins at 3.30pm VENUE: Telscombe Hall, Tydean Road, Telscombe Cliffs, BN10 7AU Tickets cost £6 each and include a complimentary tea/coffee and slice of cake. Tickets are limited so to get yours please contact Mick on 0776651416 or email peacehavencostalguidedogs@gmail.com You can also get tickets from Andy's Deli in Saltdean. Details can be found at http://www.andysdeli.co.uk/
Wednesday 3 Sep 2016 - Newhaven Fort
Fort Process is an expansive multi-disciplinary music and arts festival held in the evocative spaces of Newhaven Fort in East Sussex. Performances and installations take place deep in resonant tunnels and exposed ramparts overlooking the English Channel.
Sunday 7 Sep 2016 - King & Queen
A Taste of ACE (Accelerated Christian Education) will give you the experience of learning in the style of the School of Tomorrow. You’ll participate in the morning rituals, complete a Taster PACE and gain an insight into how children are viewed in this fundamentalist Christian school system. You’ll also hear about the experiences of ACE survivors, and about the impact it has on their lives, sometimes years after they’ve left. You’ll never view the concept of religiously-inspired education the same…. David grew up in fundamentalist evangelical Baptist churches, attending an Accelerated Christian Education School from the age of 11 until he left school at 16. After meeting the right guy at 21, he left church behind, eventually identifying as a philosophical agnostic, but a pragmatic atheist. [cough] teen years later, David has completed a degree in health and life sciences, and post-graduate studies in science and society. Today, he is a civil servant working for a well-loved public institution, and in his spare time, is owned by four cats and campaigns against ACE alongside other survivors.
Tuesday 9 Sep 2016 - Hanover Community Centre
Join us for a fantastic evening of wine tasting with local legend Henry Butler from Butlers Wine Cellar as he talks you through a tasting of 6 delicious wines. All money raised goes to local charity Maternity Worldwide - saving lives in childbirth in low-income countries. Friday 9th September at the Hanover Centre Brighton, tickets are £20 and available from our website http://www.maternityworldwide.org/news/wine-tasting/ Back by popular demand this event always sells out quickly so get your tickets soon!
Wednesday 10 Sep 2016 - The Bevy Brighton
Join us at Brighton’s Community Pub on Saturday 10th September for our annual homegrown fayre. Bring along your homemade and homegrown produce. There will be prizes for: • Best looking box of veg • Best looking box of fruit • Weirdest shaped fruit or vegetable • Homemade pickles • Homemade jams and cakes • Flower arranging • Kid’s cake decorating Entry is free so please do come along, bring your friends and family and get pickled in the pub with us at The Bevy - so much more than a pub.
Wednesday 10 Sep 2016 - Our House
A Late-Summer Supper Club filled with seasonal, locally sourced and, where possible, organic produce. We'd love to invite you to our house in Central Brighton* to gather and feast. With cocktail in hand, get to know the others guests by playing table-top board games and breaking bread (literally). While you play, we'll keep your pallettes whetted with some freshly made dips and artisan baked bread from The Flour Pot Bakery. When the games are over, tapas style starters followed by sharing mains will be up, and if you've still to room we've got dessert and fresh coffee for you. We hope you like the sound of our supper club. See the full menu: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/game-gather-a-late-summer-supper-club-tickets-26989773138 And don't forget its BYOB - we'll chill whatever you bring.
Wednesday 10 Sep 2016 - Brighton Unitarian Church
BAZAAR Brighton & NIGHT BAZAAR Friday 9th September (7.30-10.30pm) & Saturday 10th September (11am - 5pm) Friday 7th October (7.30-10.30pm) & Saturday 8th September (11am - 5pm) Saturday 12th November (11am-5pm) Saturday 10th December (11am-5pm) Brighton Unitarian Church, New Rd, Brighton, UK. BN1 1UF A DIY Art, Design, Vintage & Curiosity Fair packed full of covetable treats & gifts! Much more than just a makers’ market, Bazaar Brighton is your gateway to a wonderful world of curios, fashion, collectables, natural products, food, kid's workshops and unique, one-of-a-kind artworks. A carefully curated, ever-evolving selection of independent stallholders, so you can buy direct from the designers, collectors, makers & artists themselves each month. The soundtrack is as diverse as the stock – you can shop to a soundtrack of everything from surf and calypso to psych rock and yodeling, with regular live music performances and sets from local DJs. Come inside and you’ll find a treasure trove of outstanding local talent showcasing the best in: • Vintage & couture fashion • Original gifts • Emerging designer goods • Antiques & salvage • Unique homewares • Up-cycled accessories • Limited edition original prints • Jaw-dropping jewellery • D.I.Y. art & craft • Collectors’ treasures • Local ‘zines • Natural, handmade cosmetics • Books and records Treats for freaks and geeks! Bazaar is edible, as well as delectable. We’ve got a sumptuous range of organic, local, vegan and gluten-free snacks to feast on – most of which are sourced locally. Enjoy a relaxing massage or facial, watch craft demos, do a workshop, try your luck with the unlucky dip, have your fortune told or your face painted, after you’ve shopped. Best of all, we’re in the heart of Brighton’s Lanes in the centre of town – the perfect launch pad into the city’s independent cafes, shops, venues, tourist hot spots and pubs. There is wheelchair/buggy access and wheelchair/buggy accessible toilets at BAZAAR. Come along and find something beautiful to covet at Bazaar… www.bazaarbrighton.co.uk bazaarbrighton@gmail.com Best of all, we’re in the heart of Brighton’s Lanes – the perfect launch pad into the city’s independent cafes, shops and pubs. Come along and find something beautiful to covet at Bazaar… Questions? Email us at bazaarbrighton@gmail.com
Wednesday 17 Sep 2016 - Sallis Benney Theatre
A day of talks and discussions from an incredible array of scientists and experts. Can we stop humanity from getting fatter and fatter? Do the institutions we work for make us ‘functionally stupid’? Can you squeeze an understanding of all things into a 300 page book? (clue: yes). Which is the best way to walk, like a human, or a beetle, or a three toed sloth? Are we doomed from climate change? Find out the answers to these and much more at our Big Science Saturday September Special.
Saturday 20 Sep 2016 - Dukebox Theatre
ACME™ Tuesday 20th September, 7pm – 10pm The Dukebox Theater, Waterloo Street, Hove As the RnD, Marketing and Purchasing departments of Acme™ Corporation, you must work together to assemble and pitch madcap products. From Instant-Anvils to Tunnel Paint – Acme™ have got it all! The latest in our series of monthly games, Brighton-based events company Firecat Masquerade are pleased to present ‘ACME™‘,a game of rocket-skates and falling anvils. On arrival, you’ll meet the Acme™ Customer Reps who will explain how the game works and give you everything you need in order to play. They’ll also split you down in to teams of three – or you can rustle up two friends if you’d like to bring your own! There’s plenty of opportunity to go to the bar and socialise with other players over the course of the evening, so book now! Tickets are £8 on the door or just £5 pre-booked and you can book through the Sweet Venues website here: http://sw.tickets.red61.com/listprices.php?performanceId=18:4527 7597a8a8be099b20126e3a79b269a16f
Sunday 21 Sep 2016 - Coachwerks
The next Mutual Aid in Sussex (MAIS) meeting, on Wednesday 21st September, will include a talk with Dave Boyle (Director, Community Shares Company) about how we can use Community shares to fund our community and co-operative ideas, using examples from Brighton & Hove and around the country. Invented by the co-operative movement in the 19th century, withdrawable share capital has come out of the sidelines and suitably refreshed and rebranded as Community Shares, and is the means by which community enterprises are funding the acquisition of pubs, the development of renewable energy, building sports stadia, funding accountable media and much more. Dave Boyle has worked on over 20 shares issues including the Bevy Co-operative Pub and Exeter Street Hall in Brighton, and will explain what Community Shares are, why they work well for co-ops and community enterprises. Not only are they the right kind of money, but they show a way in which sustainable and solidarity local economies could be built. Come and join us: Wednesday 21st September at Coachwerks, 19A Hollingdean Terrace, Brighton. If you can, please bring vegan food to share. The meeting will start at 7pm, with the talk from 8pm.
Tuesday 23 Sep 2016 - County Ground
The Crazy Rockinghorse Sportathon is an all new sporting and team-building fundraising event in aid of Rockinghorse children’s charity, for up to 40 corporate teams from the Sussex business community. A fun and crazy all-day challenge, designed and directed by Laughton & Co, the event will feature teams of six staff competing against fellow businesses, undertaking a series of 20 different sporting activities during the course of the day. These include; pole walking, Bhutanese darts, wellington boot throwing and a sumo suit relay race. Teams are targeted to each raised £1,000 for Brighton-based children’s charity Rockinghorse. Taking place at the 1st Central County Ground in Hove (home of Sussex County Cricket Club) on Friday 23 September from 9am-6pm, team entry is £250 which includes; all challenge activities, BBQ lunch, refreshments, live entertainment from compere Tom Foolery, medals and trophies for winning teams, a glass of wine or beer after the event, plus team insurance and networking opportunities. Spectators are also welcome to attend with entry via a donation into the charity buckets on the day (£5 per person). Rockinghorse is the official fundraising arm of the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital (the Alex) in Brighton, raising money for life-saving and cutting-edge medical equipment, whilst ensuring that children are treated in an environment better suited to their needs. To enter a team in the Crazy Rockinghorse Sportathon, email info@vividmarketing.co.uk or call Gemma King from Vivid Marketing on 07809 524072. More information about the event can be found online at; www.rockinghorse.org.uk.
Wednesday 24 Sep 2016 - Brighton Dome Concert Hall
Singing for Sanctuary celebrates the incredibly vibrant and diverse communities of singers in Brighton and Hove (and beyond) by bringing us all together - under our wonderful Dome - to share a very special evening of music…with a message. Singing for Sanctuary is an eclectic and moving suite of songs and spoken word to explore the theme of safety and sanctuary. Our singers will have come from many different choirs, singing groups and backgrounds, and, having rehearsed independently, will come together on the day to create an unparalleled wall of sound! Featuring a diverse repertoire of song – from shape note to blues, Brazilian jazz to South African solidarity, and folk to (choral) big beat and including choral contributions from folk legend Peggy Seeger and gospel great John Mark Harrison intertwined with powerfully moving spoken word including works by Maya Angelou, Singing for Sanctuary is a brand new movement for Brighton – one which we hope will become an annual event. For this special event, we invite you to experience The Dome in a new way; the audience can choose to be seated in the choir stalls and on the stage of Brighton Dome’s Concert Hall, while being serenaded by our ‘surround sound’ choir in the auditorium! Tickets for this exclusive perspective will be available on a first come first served basis. Your support for this brand new annual choral happening will help to raise funds for Rise UK, Brighton Voices in Exile and Miss Represented (a Brighton Dome arts project for vulnerable young women). Audience tickets - £20 (£15 concession) – Available from Brighton Dome box office - http://brightondome.org/event/9858/brighton_sings_singing_for_sanctuary/ Singer’s tickets - £28.50 (£20 concession) – Available from Brighton Sings website - http://brightonsings.co.uk/shop/
Wednesday 24 Sep 2016 - The Old Ship Hotel,
Fantastic murder mystery evening with 3 course dinner at the Old Ship Hotel
Wednesday 24 Sep 2016 - The Old Ship Hotel,
An exciting murder mystery evening over a 3 course dinner.
Thursday 25 Sep 2016 - Kate Langdale Florist,
Make your own unique & completely natural, organic perfume, with the finest quality essential oils. Experience and learn about the aromatic ingredients, where they come from and their added health benefits, in this practical, sensual workshop. Open to all. Event Details: Date: Sunday 25th September, 2016 Time: 10am-1pm. Venue: Kate Langdale’s Flower Studio, 84 Bath Street, (just off Dyke Rd.) Seven Dials, Brighton, UK. Duration: 3 hours Cost: £60* Bookings: 07828954020, laura@essentialoilsandyou.co.uk *Price includes 2 x 10ml bespoke natural roll on perfume blends to take home, made by you, using the best quality oils. *Pay an extra £5 to make additional take home perfumes (you can decide on the day if you would like to make more).
Thursday 25 Sep 2016 - Hanover Community Centre
The popular table top sale is back, offering baby and kid's clothing and equipment. 50p entry (kids are free) and there will be cakes and refreshments. Tables are £10. Please contact centre@hanovercommunity.org.uk if you would like to reserve a table. Hope to see you there!
Sunday 28 Sep 2016 - The Old Market
Part Of #TOMtech and Brighton Digital Festival A joyful celebration of technology bringing classic 80s gadgets into the modern era with the latest computers and lasers. Digital artist Seb Lee Delisle presents his new show Hacked On Classics, a celebration of all things digital from the last 40 years. Aimed at anyone who loves technology, Seb unravels all the geeky details about how your favourite retro gadgets work, including Nintendo light guns, Casio keyboards and the cathode ray tube televisions that once dominated our living rooms. Never one to just throw facts at you, Seb uses his considerable programming prowess to bring these technologies up to date with lasers and computers. Expect interactive, mindblowing and dangerous* demos. *Not that dangerous
Monday 15 Oct 2016 - Jury Inn Hotel
Looking for an unusual gift or treat ? Why not join Brighton and Hove Guide Dogs Branch at our Dine in the Dark event in October. its food its fun its experiencing new things all for just £25. Three course meal with £ 5 donation to Guide Dogs. You may have blind or partially sighted guests at your table at as well as Guide dogs to meet. please get in touch here for further details or send a message to brightonandhoveguidedogsbranch@gmail.com , Spaces are limited so first come first served.We look forward to hearing from you. Kind regards Graham
Sunday 21 Oct 2016 - Blind Veterans UK
Blind Veterans UK Race Night Free entry (pre-booking essential) Bring your own food and drink Race sponsorship available
Friday 26 Oct 2016 - The Chimney house
Experienced host or new to Airbnb? These Meetups are a great way of helping or being helped with the often complex task of Airbnb-ing. We've welcomed over 100 hosts so far so do come and join us! The Meetup is back after Airhost For You's crazy, busy summer and our first birthday party in September with a new location and a new format. Instead our an informal chit chat many of you said you'd prefer a more organised approach to the Meetup, so that's what we've done. We're now holding them in the private function room above The Chimney House pub at Seven Dials with some guest speakers and a share group format with an opportunity for you to ask all of your questions and then network with each other at the end. Our first speaker: For our October event we're going to be graced by John Bower from YOUR WELCOME who provide smart welcome tablets for Airbnb guests or short let tenants. Check them out here: https://www.yourwelcome.com - and guess what?? He’s going to buy everyone a free drink! You really won't want to miss this if you're into or thinking about Airbnb-ing. Thanks to everyone for their support so far. See you soon, Kelly & The Airhost Team
Friday 26 Oct 2016 - The Old Market
Returning to The Old Market, WiFi Wars is a live comedy game show where you play along! Login with your smartphone or tablet (make sure you’ve got plenty of battery!) and compete in a range of games, quizzes and challenges to win the show, and prizes! Hosted by comedian and regular videogames commentator Steve McNeil (Challenge TV’s Videogame Nation, Ginx TV’s Console Yourself, Minecraft: Digging Deeper and star of Go 8-Bit, hosted by Dara O’Briain, starting on Dave this autumn), the show was first performed as part of the Royal Institution’s 2015 Summer Programme after Steve and Rob Sedgebeer’s appearance on their 2014 BBC Christmas Lectures. You may have spotted them in Time Out (Critic’s Choice), Metro (Top Ten London Geek Nights Out), The Guardian (“Not To Be Missed”) and on BBC Radio 4 Extra. They also had their own stage at Eurogamer’s EGX, welcoming over 80,000 people to the event over its four day run at Earls’ Court. The technology used in the show was originally created by the boys for the live incarnation of Go 8-Bit, and will feature in the new TV adaptation of the show. "I have never heard the Royal Institution audience cheer as loudly, or laugh as hard, as they did for WiFi Wars" Martin Davies, Public Programming Manager, Royal Institution “Not to be missed” The Guardian “Some of the most fun we’ve had in aeons” The Londonist
Sunday 28 Oct 2016 - Martlets Hall
The Press Start to Join - Video Game events team are back at the Martlets Hall Burgess Hill to do Halloween as only we can. We promise the usual mix of multiplayer games, tournaments and challenges. We will have a range of classics from Atarl to Sony, Sega and Microsoft. The FIFA tournament will run again alongside a Mario Kart tournament too. The 8 PC Lan will be up and running and no doubt many of you will entertain us with your Rock Band and Guitar Hero skills. With 40 machines available for you to enjoy we look forward to seeing you there.
Friday 12 Nov 2016 - Brighton Unitarian Church
BAZAAR Brighton & NIGHT BAZAAR Friday 9th September (7.30-10.30pm) & Saturday 10th September (11am - 5pm) Friday 7th October (7.30-10.30pm) & Saturday 8th September (11am - 5pm) Saturday 12th November (11am-5pm) Saturday 10th December (11am-5pm) Brighton Unitarian Church, New Rd, Brighton, UK. BN1 1UF A DIY Art, Design, Vintage & Curiosity Fair packed full of covetable treats & gifts! Much more than just a makers’ market, Bazaar Brighton is your gateway to a wonderful world of curios, fashion, collectables, natural products, food, kid's workshops and unique, one-of-a-kind artworks. A carefully curated, ever-evolving selection of independent stallholders, so you can buy direct from the designers, collectors, makers & artists themselves each month. The soundtrack is as diverse as the stock – you can shop to a soundtrack of everything from surf and calypso to psych rock and yodeling, with regular live music performances and sets from local DJs. Come inside and you’ll find a treasure trove of outstanding local talent showcasing the best in: • Vintage & couture fashion • Original gifts • Emerging designer goods • Antiques & salvage • Unique homewares • Up-cycled accessories • Limited edition original prints • Jaw-dropping jewellery • D.I.Y. art & craft • Collectors’ treasures • Local ‘zines • Natural, handmade cosmetics • Books and records Treats for freaks and geeks! Bazaar is edible, as well as delectable. We’ve got a sumptuous range of organic, local, vegan and gluten-free snacks to feast on – most of which are sourced locally. Enjoy a relaxing massage or facial, watch craft demos, do a workshop, try your luck with the unlucky dip, have your fortune told or your face painted, after you’ve shopped. Best of all, we’re in the heart of Brighton’s Lanes in the centre of town – the perfect launch pad into the city’s independent cafes, shops, venues, tourist hot spots and pubs. There is wheelchair/buggy access and wheelchair/buggy accessible toilets at BAZAAR. Come along and find something beautiful to covet at Bazaar… www.bazaarbrighton.co.uk bazaarbrighton@gmail.com Best of all, we’re in the heart of Brighton’s Lanes – the perfect launch pad into the city’s independent cafes, shops and pubs. Come along and find something beautiful to covet at Bazaar… Questions? Email us at bazaarbrighton@gmail.com
Wednesday 3 Dec 2016 - Blind Veterans UK
Blind Veterans UK Fire and Ice Walk Saturday 3rd December Rottingdean Terrace BN2 7HR
Wednesday 10 Dec 2016 - Brighton Unitarian Church
BAZAAR Brighton & NIGHT BAZAAR Friday 9th September (7.30-10.30pm) & Saturday 10th September (11am - 5pm) Friday 7th October (7.30-10.30pm) & Saturday 8th September (11am - 5pm) Saturday 12th November (11am-5pm) Saturday 10th December (11am-5pm) Brighton Unitarian Church, New Rd, Brighton, UK. BN1 1UF A DIY Art, Design, Vintage & Curiosity Fair packed full of covetable treats & gifts! Much more than just a makers’ market, Bazaar Brighton is your gateway to a wonderful world of curios, fashion, collectables, natural products, food, kid's workshops and unique, one-of-a-kind artworks. A carefully curated, ever-evolving selection of independent stallholders, so you can buy direct from the designers, collectors, makers & artists themselves each month. The soundtrack is as diverse as the stock – you can shop to a soundtrack of everything from surf and calypso to psych rock and yodeling, with regular live music performances and sets from local DJs. Come inside and you’ll find a treasure trove of outstanding local talent showcasing the best in: • Vintage & couture fashion • Original gifts • Emerging designer goods • Antiques & salvage • Unique homewares • Up-cycled accessories • Limited edition original prints • Jaw-dropping jewellery • D.I.Y. art & craft • Collectors’ treasures • Local ‘zines • Natural, handmade cosmetics • Books and records Treats for freaks and geeks! Bazaar is edible, as well as delectable. We’ve got a sumptuous range of organic, local, vegan and gluten-free snacks to feast on – most of which are sourced locally. Enjoy a relaxing massage or facial, watch craft demos, do a workshop, try your luck with the unlucky dip, have your fortune told or your face painted, after you’ve shopped. Best of all, we’re in the heart of Brighton’s Lanes in the centre of town – the perfect launch pad into the city’s independent cafes, shops, venues, tourist hot spots and pubs. There is wheelchair/buggy access and wheelchair/buggy accessible toilets at BAZAAR. Come along and find something beautiful to covet at Bazaar… www.bazaarbrighton.co.uk bazaarbrighton@gmail.com Best of all, we’re in the heart of Brighton’s Lanes – the perfect launch pad into the city’s independent cafes, shops and pubs. Come along and find something beautiful to covet at Bazaar… Questions? Email us at bazaarbrighton@gmail.com
Tuesday 23 Feb 2017 - The American Express Community Stadium
The Mums Enterprise Roadshow brings together over 40 exhibitors, 8 taster workshops, networking and a Q&A panel specifically curated for mums seeking inspiration and those wanting to start or grow a business. Topics are focused around Freelancing, Funding, Franchising, Starting and Growing a Business. The next one-day event takes place at the AMEX Community Stadium in Brighton on Thursday 23rd February 2017. The event is free to attend and truly has the potential to change the working and business future of those who attend. The events are relaxed, fun, inspirational and best of all child-friendly. Find out more information and register for your free place on our website www.mumsenterprise.events
Thursday 11 Sep 2017 - Sallis Benney Theatre
Conferences Series LLC invites the participants from all over the world to attend Global Congress on Pediatric Psychiatry during Sep 11-12, 2017 at San Antonio, USA. The theme of the conference is based on “Challenges in Mental Illness & Differential Procedures of Diagnosis and Therapy”.
Wednesday 17 Sep 2016 - Victoria Gardens
The Fiery Foods Festival - now in its 10th year- is a celebration of spicy foods and especially the chilli. Food to eat and produce to buy with live music, fun for the kids and the famous chilli eating competition at the end of each day!
Monday 1 Oct 2016 - Brighton Racecourse
Party At The Races, Brighton’s newest music event, is thrilled to add another wave of in-demand DJ talent and live acts to its debut lineup, taking place on Saturday 1 October at the historic Brighton Racecourse. Joining the likes of Basement Jaxx, Youngr, Felon, Camelphat and Rhythm Masters is chart topper Jonas Blue, Space Ibiza resident Jason Bye, house and bass duo Apexape, party-starters Shapes, hit maker Anton Powers, and more of Brighton’s hottest breaking acts, White Room, and Joe Corbin. Across multiple stages hosting by leading brands, Connected, Space Ibiza, Brighton Source, and Café Mambo, Party At The Races is a music extravaganza with all the fun of a day out at the races, complete with a vintage funfair and virtual horse racing! Tickets are on sale from £25 (standard) and £45 (VIP) from www.partyattheraces.com – this is an event not to be missed.
Sunday 7 Oct 2016 - Brighton Unitarian Church
BAZAAR Brighton & NIGHT BAZAAR Friday 9th September (7.30-10.30pm) & Saturday 10th September (11am - 5pm) Friday 7th October (7.30-10.30pm) & Saturday 8th September (11am - 5pm) Saturday 12th November (11am-5pm) Saturday 10th December (11am-5pm) Brighton Unitarian Church, New Rd, Brighton, UK. BN1 1UF A DIY Art, Design, Vintage & Curiosity Fair packed full of covetable treats & gifts! Much more than just a makers’ market, Bazaar Brighton is your gateway to a wonderful world of curios, fashion, collectables, natural products, food, kid's workshops and unique, one-of-a-kind artworks. A carefully curated, ever-evolving selection of independent stallholders, so you can buy direct from the designers, collectors, makers & artists themselves each month. The soundtrack is as diverse as the stock – you can shop to a soundtrack of everything from surf and calypso to psych rock and yodeling, with regular live music performances and sets from local DJs. Come inside and you’ll find a treasure trove of outstanding local talent showcasing the best in: • Vintage & couture fashion • Original gifts • Emerging designer goods • Antiques & salvage • Unique homewares • Up-cycled accessories • Limited edition original prints • Jaw-dropping jewellery • D.I.Y. art & craft • Collectors’ treasures • Local ‘zines • Natural, handmade cosmetics • Books and records Treats for freaks and geeks! Bazaar is edible, as well as delectable. We’ve got a sumptuous range of organic, local, vegan and gluten-free snacks to feast on – most of which are sourced locally. Enjoy a relaxing massage or facial, watch craft demos, do a workshop, try your luck with the unlucky dip, have your fortune told or your face painted, after you’ve shopped. Best of all, we’re in the heart of Brighton’s Lanes in the centre of town – the perfect launch pad into the city’s independent cafes, shops, venues, tourist hot spots and pubs. There is wheelchair/buggy access and wheelchair/buggy accessible toilets at BAZAAR. Come along and find something beautiful to covet at Bazaar… www.bazaarbrighton.co.uk bazaarbrighton@gmail.com Best of all, we’re in the heart of Brighton’s Lanes – the perfect launch pad into the city’s independent cafes, shops and pubs. Come along and find something beautiful to covet at Bazaar… Questions? Email us at bazaarbrighton@gmail.com
Monday 22 May 2017 - Martlets Hall
12th Global Ophthalmology Conference is one of the Mexican Ophthalmology Conferences held at Mexico City, Mexico, in May 22-24, 2017. Global Ophthalmology Conference invites eminent personalities in the field of ophthalmology, to bridge the gap between large and medium pharmaceutical, ophthalmology and diagnostic companies, leading universities and clinical research institutions making the conference a perfect platform to share experience, foster collaborations across industry and academia across globe. Global ophthalmology is focused with the theme of “Visualizing the Global Advancements in Ophthalmology” to enhance the research in Ophthalmology globally. Ophthalmology Congresses are organised to know emerging research and developments in Ophthalmology and American Academy of Ophthalmology, AAO association, AAO 2016, AAO congress, World Ophthalmology Congress are some associations and meetings which are focusing and supporting these researchers of American Ophthalmology in American countries.
Thursday 4 Sep 2016 - The Old Market
Slave To Mortal Rage is a quadraphonic virtual reality installation which allows you to walk around, explore, interact and uncover a story in which you are the central character. You find yourself on the mezzanine of a luxury apartment in a high rise block overlooking the city; you are in the middle of a story or a poem which needs further investigation to be understood. The city is disintegrating, the news reader is weeping and on a desk in front of you a copy of Palgrave's Golden Treasury is open to the page Time and Love. Slave to Mortal Rage is the third virtual reality installation by internationally renowned company CiRCA69, and the first to utilise 'room scale' VR. You can walk around and explore the world around you, interact with it, feel the wind upon your face and uncover a story in which you are the central character. The work combines HTC Vive 'room scale' virtual reality and games engine technology to create an incredibly immersive, quadraphonic VR experience in which the proximity, movement and physics of objects within the environment drives the soundtrack whilst kinaesthetic effects and hand controllers enable you to experience multi-sensory immersion. Part of #TOMtech and Brighton Digital Festival. Slave To Mortal Rage returns as part of vrLAB, go to theoldmarket.com to find out more. Commissioned by Brighton Digital Festival & DRHA 2016 (Digital Research in Humanities and Arts Conference, University of Brighton). Dates & Times: Sun 4 Sep, 12pm – 3pm & 4pm – 6pm. Mon 5 Sep, 11am – 2pm & 3pm – 6pm. Tue 6 Sep, 11am – 2pm, 3pm – 5pm & 6pm – 9pm. Wed 7 Sep, 3pm – 5pm, 6pm – 9pm. Tickets: £5, TOM's Friends FREE. Duration: This performance is a one-to-one experience and lasts 5 minutes. Please arrive before your slot time. Access: The location for this performance is not completely accessible, if you have additional access requirements, please contact the box office before booking. End Time: 9:00 pm. Category: Arts | Visual Arts | New Media. Artists / Speakers: CiRCA69. Booking: https://go.evvnt.com/65259-1 Other Price: TOM's Friends scheme members (call 01273 201 801 to book): GBP 0.

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