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Wednesday 3 Mar 2017 - Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts
Due to limited capacity and the nature of this performance, pre-booking is essential. An automated, voice-directed system borrowed from warehouse management changes voices and becomes a child. The great void of a large and dormant theatre is turned into a 'space for production'. An audience are cast as extras, given flashlights and high-visibility vests, and cycled through the ‘production’ in groups of fifteen: 30 mins in the seats, 30 on stage. The concatenated, synthetic and at times melancholic voice guiding them (via binaural recordings in their headphones) seems to come from speakers in the room, audible to everyone. But nothing is shared. Collectivity is illusion, and this audience is atomised, adrift or apparently asleep among both seating and stage, plugged into separate audio streams, awaiting the call for what seems to be a rehearsal for abandonment, a trying-on of powerlessness. Things seem both alien and familiar, like a dream mixing past experience with anticipated trauma. Is it the system dreaming, or the ‘extras' within it - or both? As the operations shift from obtuse attempts at functionality to an incongruous interest in sentience and interiority, so the dynamic seems less top-down than inside-out: a decidedly non-efficient, looping and hallucinatory process, wherein roles of attendant and dependent switch as easily as the flashlights changing hands. General Information Guests with Mobility Impairments Guests who use a wheelchair or experience mobility impairments are asked to call the box office on 01273 678822 or email info@attenboroughcentre.com so that we can assist you to find the best seat to suit your requirements. Pay What You Decide There are up to 20 Pay What You Decide (PWYD) tickets available to guests on a first-come, first-served basis. Come and see the show without paying anything in advance, and then pay what you think is appropriate at the end of the show. Maximum of four PWYD tickets per person. Please phone the box office on 01273 678822 or email info@attenboroughcentre.com for further information. Concessions The Concessions rate is available for students, University of Sussex students, Over 60s, and people in receipt of JSA or DLA/PIP. Proof of eligibility may be required on the door or at the box office (if collecting). Personal assistance tickets are available for free for customers who would otherwise be unable to attend the venue. Please contact the box office on 01273 678822 or email info@attenboroughcentre.com for further information. Box Office Opening Times The box office (phone line and drop-in service) is open from 10am to 4pm, Mondays to Fridays. The box office is also open one hour before the advertised show start time.
Wednesday 3 Mar 2017 - Presuming Ed Coffee House
New Love is a new dating night for those interested in exploring alternative ideas around love, sex and relationships. Focussing on the key aspects of successful dating; fun, flirting, creativity, humour and shared interests. New Love is open to people of any sexuality and gender who are; *Single people looking for modern mono or ethically non mono relationships *Interested or practicing polyamory *Couples looking for other partners *Asexuals *Anyone who considers themselves sexually liberated *Anyone who consideres themselves emotionally liberated *In open relationships *Looking for sexual friendships *Looking for meaningful connections *Anyone looking for a kinky play partner ...and anyone who may feel uncomfortable, unsafe or uninterested in dating via conventional means. No on the spot speed dating, no awkward ice breakers. Just a fun filled evening out where people are open to meeting someone. Events include a great bar area with even better prices (including plenty of non alcoholic options and food) for mingling, a geek room for those who would like to connect over cult classics, cuddle corner, creative and intimate fun and interesting discussions and workshops from relationship, sex and love experts. At this extra special launch event you can expect; ???Judi Thomas Art of Party in Your Pants is back helping us all to nurture our creative side. This time getting crafty making some pretty crazy head gear??? ???Deborah Fields (London Alternative Market, Brighton Twisted Market, Sexpo, London Fetish Weekend) our kink active relationship therapist who runs mainly advice and psychology workshops within the scene will be with us holding a Q&A for your questions around kink, sex and alternative dating. Find out more on her website www.greymatterspsychotherapy.co.uk??? ???New and improved cuddle corner, where you're welcome to snuggle??? ???Hide away in our geek vault and fall in love over cult classics??? ???MORE FUN??? We can't wait for this event, see you all on the 3rd. If you have ANY questions or queeries please contact us via this page or email on skyedlmare@gmail.com
Wednesday 3 Mar 2017 - The Iron Duke
Following on from the success of my Indoor Murder Tours at The Dukebox Theatre , here's a new one - a slideshow tour through the lives of two amazing characters , Holmes and his creator . At the intimate venue of The Dukebox Theatre in Hove , with a drink by your elbow , let me take you on a journey over the cliffs of the South Downs following in the footsteps of the worlds greatest detective . Arthur Conan Doyle spent over 20 years in Sussex and many of his last stories are set in the Sussex countryside . Join me on a slide show tour through his incredible life , and follow the career of his most famous creation . As before tickets are strictly limited to 40 due to the size of the venue . OVER !8's ONLY Tickets are £6.50 and are available by clicking link for the Dukebox Theatre Look forward to seeing you all there ! The Game's Afoot !!
Wednesday 3 Mar 2017 - Funky Fish Club
The MOJO Club returns with another intoxicating mix of MOTOWN - STAX - ATLANTIC, with a shot of rhythm & blues and a dollop of Northern Soul! Join us at the hugely atmospheric Funky Fish Club where the sweat will be dripping down the walls. Ain't no disco stuff and yes we will be using vinyl platters only. Baby, get your Mojo working! Advance tickets available from http://www.funkyfishclub.co.uk
Wednesday 3 Mar 2017 - Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts
Due to limited capacity and the nature of this performance, pre-booking is essential. An automated, voice-directed system borrowed from warehouse management changes voices and becomes a child. The great void of a large and dormant theatre is turned into a 'space for production'. An audience are cast as extras, given flashlights and high-visibility vests, and cycled through the ‘production’ in groups of fifteen: 30 mins in the seats, 30 on stage. The concatenated, synthetic and at times melancholic voice guiding them (via binaural recordings in their headphones) seems to come from speakers in the room, audible to everyone. But nothing is shared. Collectivity is illusion, and this audience is atomised, adrift or apparently asleep among both seating and stage, plugged into separate audio streams, awaiting the call for what seems to be a rehearsal for abandonment, a trying-on of powerlessness. Things seem both alien and familiar, like a dream mixing past experience with anticipated trauma. Is it the system dreaming, or the ‘extras' within it - or both? As the operations shift from obtuse attempts at functionality to an incongruous interest in sentience and interiority, so the dynamic seems less top-down than inside-out: a decidedly non-efficient, looping and hallucinatory process, wherein roles of attendant and dependent switch as easily as the flashlights changing hands. General Information Guests with Mobility Impairments Guests who use a wheelchair or experience mobility impairments are asked to call the box office on 01273 678822 or email info@attenboroughcentre.com so that we can assist you to find the best seat to suit your requirements. Pay What You Decide There are up to 20 Pay What You Decide (PWYD) tickets available to guests on a first-come, first-served basis. Come and see the show without paying anything in advance, and then pay what you think is appropriate at the end of the show. Maximum of four PWYD tickets per person. Please phone the box office on 01273 678822 or email info@attenboroughcentre.com for further information. Concessions The Concessions rate is available for students, University of Sussex students, Over 60s, and people in receipt of JSA or DLA/PIP. Proof of eligibility may be required on the door or at the box office (if collecting). Personal assistance tickets are available for free for customers who would otherwise be unable to attend the venue. Please contact the box office on 01273 678822 or email info@attenboroughcentre.com for further information. Box Office Opening Times The box office (phone line and drop-in service) is open from 10am to 4pm, Mondays to Fridays. The box office is also open one hour before the advertised show start time.
Thursday 4 Mar 2017 - Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts
Ant Hampton: The Extra People Due to limited capacity and the nature of this performance, pre-booking is essential. An automated, voice-directed system borrowed from warehouse management changes voices and becomes a child. The great void of a large and dormant theatre is turned into a 'space for production'. An audience are cast as extras, given flashlights and high-visibility vests, and cycled through the ‘production’ in groups of fifteen: 30 mins in the seats, 30 on stage. The concatenated, synthetic and at times melancholic voice guiding them (via binaural recordings in their headphones) seems to come from speakers in the room, audible to everyone. But nothing is shared. Collectivity is illusion, and this audience is atomised, adrift or apparently asleep among both seating and stage, plugged into separate audio streams, awaiting the call for what seems to be a rehearsal for abandonment, a trying-on of powerlessness. Things seem both alien and familiar, like a dream mixing past experience with anticipated trauma. Is it the system dreaming, or the ‘extras' within it - or both? As the operations shift from obtuse attempts at functionality to an incongruous interest in sentience and interiority, so the dynamic seems less top-down than inside-out: a decidedly non-efficient, looping and hallucinatory process, wherein roles of attendant and dependent switch as easily as the flashlights changing hands. "An ingeniously created world (…) The Extra People is a brave and intricate experience, and one that is completely unique. I think none present for these two evenings will soon forget it.” General Information Guests with Mobility Impairments Guests who use a wheelchair or experience mobility impairments are asked to call the box office on 01273 678822 or email info@attenboroughcentre.com so that we can assist you to find the best seat to suit your requirements. Pay What You Decide There are up to 20 Pay What You Decide (PWYD) tickets available to guests on a first-come, first-served basis. Come and see the show without paying anything in advance, and then pay what you think is appropriate at the end of the show. Maximum of four PWYD tickets per person. Please phone the box office on 01273 678822 or email info@attenboroughcentre.com for further information. Concessions The Concessions rate is available for students, University of Sussex students, Over 60s, and people in receipt of JSA or DLA/PIP. Proof of eligibility may be required on the door or at the box office (if collecting). Personal assistance tickets are available for free for customers who would otherwise be unable to attend the venue. Please contact the box office on 01273 678822 or email info@attenboroughcentre.com for further information. Box Office Opening Times The box office (phone line and drop-in service) is open from 10am to 4pm, Mondays to Fridays. The box office is also open one hour before the advertised show start time.
Friday 12 Mar 2017 - Brighton Dome Cafe Bar
Vintage Brighton Fashion Fair bringing you about 30 hand picked vintage and vintage inspired traders showcasing wonderful vintage fashion, jewellery and accessories. We also have some traders selling Art Deco items, Militaria and collectables.
Tuesday 16 Mar 2017 - Latest Music Bar
Join us as we set sail and kick off our monthly drag king cabaret nights at Latest Music Bar, our new seaside home. Hosted by NAILOR SWIFT. With - ** SAMMY SILVER ** Serving sass, sex and surrealness, a non-binary badass bear cub who makes you want to rub your down below region. ** BENJAMIN BUTCH ** Reigning King of the Fringe winner, a comedic drag king who loves to use exaggerated movements to create outrageous performances. ** RICO DEL RAY ** A Latin Lothario who is never to be left alone with your daughter!! Or wife, aunty, nana, mum... Moves to kill and freak show skills to thrill. ** CHIYO ** Non-binary Drag performer based in London, serving porn and politics. ** ZAC BACKENCRACK ** He's hairy and a little bit sweaty but we love Zac's plummy vocals and transatlantic charm. ** MAX LEGROOM ** Saint with a cowboy mouth. A true outlaw, living and loving as he pleases out in the Wild West. Saddle up and enjoy the ride ! With: // 2 open mic slots - email kingofthefringe@gmail.com to claim! // Prizes for best dressed audience members // 'Meat' raffle
Wednesday 17 Mar 2017 - Booth Museum of Natural History
Join us after hours at the Booth as the museum comes alive at night. Enjoy a drink at the bar, see demonstrations of butterfly-setting and watch magic lantern projections. Meet ethical taxidermist Jazmine Miles-Long and help her stitch up an animal which will go on display at the Booth.
Thursday 18 Mar 2017 - Mid Sussex Golf Club,
Getting married in Sussex? Come & discover a fantastic venue while meeting wedding professionals who can help you create your dream day at the ‘Weddings with WOW’ wedding fair at the Mid Sussex Golf Club on Saturday the 18th March between 12pm - 4pm. We’ll have cake samples, gorgeous skincare & cosmetics to help you look your best on your big day, stylish venue dressing companies, a fantastic florist & our fabulous photographers have some great deals on offer. If you register your details in advance, you can claim a FREE gift bag with discount vouchers only available at the wedding fair. Why not come & find inspiration for your special day?
Thursday 18 Mar 2017 - 44th Brighton Scout Hall
GGW is pleased to announce inaugural Development Conference! The Conference gives important business and initiative preparing for gaming ladies looking for professional success inside their organization or the more extensive gaming industry. This is a restrictive instructive gathering accessible to qualified ladies in the gaming and accommodation businesses.
Thursday 18 Mar 2017 - Junkyard Dogs
It's back!!! Who will dare to challenge the reigning champion Paul in a bid to win the coveted trophy and be crowned Jenga World Champion 2017? Last years competition was tense, passionate and downright silly. All skill levels welcome. It's a knockout competition, It's free to enter. Register here or take your chances and register before 3pm on the day.
Sunday 21 Mar 2017 - Private Studio
Did you know that dancing can give you the most power release of endorphines - the wellbeing substance produced when we have pleasure. The focus will be dancing with another human being and how we relate spontaneously to each other, with all the clues that this brings. Therapeutic Tango can give you the tools to be open to your feelings and create balance and harmony in your life. Genevieve will provide you with extremely useful warm up exercises - that will improve your balance, stability, flexibility, confidence, wellbeing etc No dance knowledge necessary at all. Therapeutic Tango has been developed by Genevieve Piquart - who has 27 years experience as a senior accredited Psychotherapist, Counsellor and Supervisor. She has a huge enthusiasm for tango and has created Therapeutic Tango, with love and passion, to pass on the benefits she has gained through the dance. She knows we can gain rapid and easy insights into ourself and our relationships through this medium. 8-10pm 59 Lyndhurst Road, Hove, BN3 6FD Pre-booking is essential at £15 per person - couples £25 Call Genevieve on 07774324581 to book. *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** Therapeutic Tango takes place in an affirming environment. Genevieve provides safety and support, allowing YOU to relax and find an inner harmony. Suitable for dancers and non-dancers alike, Genevieve will teach some basic steps as a foundation for the session and then focus on increasing our ability to connect with others and enjoy the proven health benefits of tango. Simply bring yourself. Wear comfortable clothing and either shoes with soft, slippery soles or socks.
Wednesday 24 Mar 2017 - Funky Fish Club
A night to celebrate Brighton's first Fun Club - COASTERS. It really did shake up the Brighton nightlife scene in the 80s with its anything goes attitude orchestrated by the outrageous and quite unique Rory. Yes we'll have dancing on the bars and we hope to feature film of the late Rory in action. We'll also be remembering the late Jarrod Merchant who did so much to revive the memories of those great days. Advance Tickets available from http://www.funkyfishclub.co.uk
Thursday 25 Mar 2017 - Brighton Open Market
Join us for a specatcular day of shopping and browsing the wonderful handmade & vintage stalls at: THE OPEN MARKET, BRIGHTON Open Market, Marshalls Row, Brighton,Brighton BN1 4JU The historic Open Market underwent a major redevelopment in 2014 and is now home to over 50 of Brighton’s most talented and knowledgeable local producers and creators. With a strong focus on fresh nutritious foods and ethical products, the market has a range of traditional market stalls—butcher, fishmonger, eggs, fruit and veg—as well as cafes, art, crafts, fashions, antiques, haberdashery, tools, garden goods and more. The Open Market is proudly located on London Road, one of the most vibrant and eclectic areas in Brighton. Parking Info for Brighton: http://en.parkopedia.co.uk/parking/brighton/] 10.00am - 5.00pm FREE ENTRY If you are a stallholder and would like to enquire about a space, please complete our online application form here: https://brightoncraftalliance.wufoo.com/forms/brighton-craft-alliance-stall-application-form/]]
Thursday 25 Mar 2017 - Grand Brighton Hotel
On Saturday the 25th March 2017, Mayo Wynne Baxter Solicitors are commemorating the Rockinghorse Children’s Charity who has been helping sick children across Sussex for 50 years. To mark this golden anniversary we are having a fundraising event like no other - The Brighton Medieval Banquet. This themed dining experience will be a truly unique event as you will be one of over 400 guests transported back in time. The night will start with a drinks reception, tankards of ale and goblets of wine before you are called to be seated at the long banqueting tables in the 'Kings Hall'. Medieval fayre will be served to the tables and guests will help themselves to the feast before them. During the banquet guests will be entertained by minstrels, jesters and possibly the occasional sword fight! The evening will be hosted by the celebrity King and Queen who will preside over proceedings and there will be live music to dance the night away. Guests are encouraged to dress in medieval fashion and an amazing prize awaits the best dressed couple on the night. Please visit www.brightonmedievalbanquet.co.uk to purchase your ticket. Your ticket price includes: •Reception drink •Three course medieval banquet •Jugs of wine, ale and mead on your table •Celebrity host •Entertainment •Live band •Prize for 'Best Dressed Couple' There will also be some fundraising on the night with some amazing raffle prizes and auction items. If you or your business would like to be a sponsor for this event please email the organiser, Jason Edge: jedge@mayowynnebaxter.co.uk
Thursday 25 Mar 2017 - Friends Meeting House
Brighton Craft Fair is your monthly opportunity to purchase unique, handmade arts and crafts from many talented local artists/makers. Our eclectic mix of stalls will leave you spoilt for choice! Our café will be serving tempting snacks at tempting prices too! Entry is free. Please join us on Saturday, 25th March 2017 between 11am and 4:30pm at the Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, Brighton BN1 1AF.
Friday 26 Mar 2017 - Brighton Cookery School
Calling all daughters and sons with a wonderful MUM! Join us for a Morning Tea Jam Making and Baking session at Brighton Cookery School and enjoy some quality time treating her to a cookery master class in the art of Scones and Jams. You'll be welcomed with Prosecco, french pastries and fruit skewers. Once you've settled into your workstation, we'll start on your home-made jam, you'll be able to choose from an array of jammie ingredients to suit your mum's taste. Once the jam is bubbling away we'll get to work on the scones, fruit, cheese or plain, it's up to your mum, but whichever way she goes, we know you'll be going home with some fantastic fresh baked goodies and a sticky pot of jammie goodness for you and the rest of the family to enjoy. Treat your Mum, she's worth it! And if you mum's would like to get out of the house while your family prepares your lunch, then why not book with a friend and give yourself two hours of baking and jam creating bliss! All ingredients, equipment and tuition are included in the cover charge. £60 all inclusive for two or £35 all inclusive per person. (Please note this class is limited to 8 groups, maximum of 4 in each group.) To book please drop us an email to info@brightoncookeryschool.com, stating how many are in your group and the names of those attending.
Tuesday 30 Mar 2017 - Sussex County Cricket Club
Join us on Thursday 30 March for The BIG Rockinghorse Quiz 2017. Help celebrate our Golden Jubilee year by taking part in the annual charity quiz, held at the Focus Group Boundary Rooms at The County Ground in Hove (home of Sussex County Cricket Club). Our quizzes are renowned for being a fun night out, so why not get together a group of friends or work mates – we’ll have you dancing on your feet by the team karaoke round! Tickets are £25 per person (maximum of eight people per team) including a curry and a drink – doors open at 6pm. Contact Hannah by calling 01273 330044 or email hannah.seltzer@rockinghorse.org.uk to book. The BIG Rockinghorse Quiz 2017 is proudly sponsored by Leaders.
Monday 15 Apr 2017 - Brighthelm Church & Community Centre
An Easter Boutique Market showcasing some of the very best local makers, craftsmen, artists, street food, local traders with entertainment from local musicians. Free entry. In the heart of Brighton Town Centre, within the beautiful grounds and hall of the Brighthelm Centre.
Monday 15 Apr 2017 - Brighthelm Church & Community Centre
Over 50 of the very best local traders, makers, artists, street food, local musicians bought together for an unique boutique shopping experience. Charity fundraising for Chestnut Tree House. Family Fun. Dog friendly garden, Free Entry
Wednesday 17 Apr 2017 - Brighton City Centre
Organized by BesteCasinoSpel Toys & Games Exhibition is the largest toy industry event in Brighton. Exhibits include educational toys & games, electronic & remote-control toys, festive & party items, smart-tech toys, soft toys & dolls, video games, etc.
Sunday 7 May 2017 - Madiera Drive,
The London to Brighton Run brings together old commercial vehicles for a spectacular display on the sea front. Historic vans, lorries, buses, military and steam vehicles, all take part in this colourful event. The vehicles are selected exclusively from members of the Historic Commercial Vehicle Society.
Monday 1 Jun 2017 - Arundel Castle
Set within the upper grounds of Arundel Castle these family friendly History Days will be an opportunity to meet a variety of historical characters, including a Knight, Pirate and Medieval Surgeon. Visitors will also be able to enjoy a variety of have a-go activities, such as archery and fencing. Certain days will also include falconry, face painter and an ancient story teller. Tickets From £10 for a child (5-16 yrs) From £11 for an adult £46 for a family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children)
Monday 1 Jul 2017 - Stanmer Park
10k is a great step up from our 5k events. Up the challenge and take part in a Race for Life 10k event. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. Boys (6-12): £10.00 Girls (6-15): £10.00 Women (16-17): £14.99 Women (18+): £14.99 Under 6 entry (Girls and boys): free and no registration needed THIS IS BEATING CANCER.
Tuesday 2 Jul 2017 - Stanmer Park
Race for Life Pretty Muddy is our brilliant 5k muddy obstacle course. Scramble over the A-frame. Crawl through the mud pit. Have fun with your friends. And raise valuable funds. Girls (13-15): £10.00 Women (16-17): £19.99 Women (18+): £19.99 Under 13 entry: due to the nature of this event, you must be 13 or over to take part THIS IS BEATING CANCER.
Wednesday 3 Jul 2017 - Jury Inn Hotel
Conference Series LLC is privileged to announce “International Conference on Cancer & Tumor Immunology” which will be held during July 03-05, 2017 in Thailand, Bangkok which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions. Cancer-Tumor Immunology 2017 highlighting the theme “Explore the Possibilities in the Field of Cancer and Tumor” provides an excellent opportunity to share views, exchange knowledge and establish research collaborations & networking. Cancer Immunology will mainly target Fellows, nurse practitioners, nurses, physician assistants, researchers, and other health care professionals interested in the treatment of cancer and Tumor. Cancer Immunology conference acts as a bridge between academics and business to offer them a common platform to interact and share ideas.
Monday 22 Jul 2017 - Hyde Estate
Gladiators, READY! Battle Real Gladiators at a hilarious Game-Show Obstacle Course coming to London! The Gauntlet Games is a series of 5km and 10km game-show style races that will be taken on tour across the UK in 2017. The World’s only obstacle course with over 20 real Gladiators armed with inflatable weapons, paint guns and foam! This is where runners of all abilities, shapes and sizes get to feel like a child again, complete with foam, mud and many giggles. But not only do we promise lots of fun on the race course but also off it. Everyone is invited to our FREE Event Festival where visitors get the chance to have fun and enjoy themselves in our different themed zones. The different zones are: - Spectator Interactive Zone - Fancy Dress/ Selfie Zone - Nourish & Pamper Zone - Kids Zone - Team Games/ Adrenaline Zone - Race Zone - VIP Zone - Warm-Up and Start Zone It’s completely free to come to the Event Festival, or if you want to take part in the race, tickets start at £36, which includes a free t-shirt and medal. Car parking is available at our event in Manchester, Cardiff, and Brighton/ Crawley, and costs £5 per car.
Monday 1 Aug 2017 - Arundel Castle
Set within the upper grounds of Arundel Castle these family friendly History Days will be an opportunity to meet a variety of historical characters, including a Knight, Pirate and Medieval Surgeon. Visitors will also be able to enjoy a variety of have a-go activities, such as archery and fencing. Certain days will also include falconry, face painter and an ancient story teller. Tickets From £10 for a child (5-16 yrs) From £11 for an adult £46 for a family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children)
Monday 1 Aug 2017 - Arundel Castle
Set within the upper grounds of Arundel Castle these family friendly History Days will be an opportunity to meet a variety of historical characters, including a Knight, Pirate and Medieval Surgeon. Visitors will also be able to enjoy a variety of have a-go activities, such as archery and fencing. Certain days will also include falconry, face painter and an ancient story teller. Tickets From £10 for a child (5-16 yrs) From £11 for an adult £46 for a family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children)
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 2017 - Arundel Castle
The crew of The Mermaid and The Yarnsmith of Norwich Story Teller will return to Arundel Castle demonstrating crafts, fashion and combat from the 18th century. A great way to find out about the real smugglers of Sussex, and what the historical pirates were really like and did. Tickets From £10 for a child (5-16 yrs) From £13 for an adult £46 for a family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children)
Thursday 4 Mar 2017 - Fabrica
DRAW TO PERFORM 4 – Two day international festival of live Drawing Performance Drawing Movement Dance Paul Hartnoll (Orbital) to Collaborate on Art Performance Brighton’s Fabrica Gallery are hosting a live two day drawing performance event that will feature artistic collaborations between leading drawing performance artists from the UK and abroad, musicians such as Paul Hartnoll (Orbital) and acclaimed contemporary dancers. The two day event, curated by Draw to Perform - an international community of drawing performance artists - will explore the exciting fusion of different art disciplines in front of live audiences, creating unique works of art. Day One will feature the live performances and Day Two is made up of bookable workshops with the performance artists, allowing art enthusiasts of every age and ability the chance to work with professional artists. (“Draw to Perform comes to Brighton for the first time. Don’t miss seeing this stirring art form that combines drawing, theatre, dance, and music into a vibrant and dynamic act” Ram Samocha, DTP founder). Participating Artists: Yael Flexer - Flexer and Sandiland (UK), Marega Palser (UK), River Lin (France/Taiwan), Nelly Lewis (UK), Katrina Brown (UK), Paul Hartnoll (UK) and Ram Samocha (UK/Israel), Cesar Forero (Canada/Colombia) and My Johansson (UK/Sweden), Jan Rae (Australia), Fiona Geilinger (UK), Jasmin Schaitl (Austria), Echo Morgan (UK/China). The Draw to Perform Symposium is curated by artist Ram Samocha. Samocha also heads Draw to Perform, an international community for drawing performance, which has held previous international symposiums, collaborative events and educational workshops. The first, second and third Draw to Perform Symposiums were held in London. Following the success of these events, recognition of Draw to Perform and its events has grown steadily and the community has showcased performance symposiums and workshops at Central Saint Martins (2013), Goldsmiths University (2015), and OCAD University, Toronto (2016). Venue: The event is open to the public and runs from the 4-5th March, 2017 11am-5pm at Fabrica, 40 Duke Street, Brighton: http://fabrica.org.uk Tickets: Tickets for Day One cost £15 in advance and £20 on the door. There’s no charge in Day One for under 12s. The workshops start at £5 for children, £10 for adult, and £25 for family. Tickets for live performances can be bought from Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/draw-to-perform-4-day-1-live-performances-tickets-31380043555 Tickets for workshops can be bought from Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/draw-to-perform-4-day-2-day-of-workshops-tickets-31431346002 Contact: For more information about Draw to Perform, please contact us: Website: www.drawtoperform.com Email: drawtoperform@icloud.com Tel: 07896126962 Follow us on Draw to Perform Facebook page.
Thursday 11 Mar 2017 - Brighton Centre Syndicate Wing
One of Europe’s biggest vegan festivals VegfestUK will be back at the Brighton Centre on March 11th 12th 2017, with a number of interesting features planned for an expected crowd of around 11,000 visitors overall. Thanks to all your support and suggestions over the years, VegfestUK Brighton continues to get bigger, better and more interesting and the following features are planned for the 2017 event: VEGAN FOOD VILLAGE Around 20 globally inspired caterers will be serving up an amazing vegan feast of food, ranging from dosas, sushis, hot dogs, doner kebabs and pizzas, to Caribbean stews and plantains, cakes, falafel wraps, Indian cuisines and many other food varieties. EXTRA STALLS The growing demand for exhibition space amongst small independent businesses has led to an increase in the number of stalls available to around 230 stalls, with various rates available for both charities and businesses. Whether you're looking for vegan substitutes for meats, cheeses, milks, chocolates, pies, clothing, merchandise, gifts, literature, cosmetics, bodycare, or just information on veganism, there's something for you at our amazing collection of stalls! A lot of the stallholders will also be doing special offers just at this event. INTERSECTIONAL VEGAN SUMMIT (SATURDAY ONLY) An interesting summit with a number of knowledgeable experts speaking on intersectional issues in veganism. UK VEGAN COMEDY FESTIVAL (SUNDAY ONLY) Thoroughly well received for its last 2 editions at the Brighton Centre, the comedy festival will be back in full force, with a number of headline comedians TBA. VEGAN FILM FESTIVAL A number of really captivating and potentially life-altering documentaries on vegan topics will be shown on both days. Documentaries TBA. VLOGGERS CORNER With a fine selection of short films put together by prominent vegan vloggers - great place for picking up bite-sized info on veganism TALKS - EASY VEGANISM A series of talks giving you all the info you need on veganism - tailored to complete beginners to veganism TALKS – LIGHT VEGANISM Beginners to veganism will enjoy a series of talks geared for newcomers from a collection of dynamic, engaging speakers... TALKS – DEEP VEGANISM There’ll also be a selection of speakers expanding on advanced philosophical topics on veganism. PERFORMANCES With a selection of quality musicians providing entertainment from 2 different stages OTHER INTERESTING AREAS The event will also include the usual mix of Cookery Demos, a Teen Zone for teenage vegans to chill out and mingle with like-minded vegan teens, a Mature Zone with a series of talks on veganism for the mature, Kids Cookery Classes, Magic Shows and more! Admission to the event is by both advance tickets and tickets on the gate. Advance tickets cost £7 (day) / £10 (weekend) plus booking fees. Advance tickets will go on sale from January 2017. Special BUY ONE GET ONE FREE and BUY ONE GET ONE HALF PRICE offers will run for limited periods. Tickets on the gate cost £10 (adults) / £5 (concessions), with kids under 16 who are accompanied by adults given free entry. Here're some review articles and vlogs on VegfestUK Brighton 2016: www.brighton.vegfest.co.uk/press-releases Facebook event - https://www.facebook.com/events/1589412994685293/
Thursday 11 Mar 2017 - New Road
The atmospheric New Road Vintage & Collectors Market will be bringing back the traditional market vibe to Brighton where you’ll find stalls selling bric-a-brac, interiors, original artworks, furniture, vintage rags and a host of other second-hand treasures.
Thursday 18 Mar 2017 - The Old Police Cells Museum
Join Ghost Hunter Tours and their team of paranormal investigators as they investigate the Old Police Cells Museum in Brighton. This location is very well known for its levels of paranormal activity and of course it was the scene of a very famous Brighton murder. Are you brave enough to join us in total darkness in the cells!!
Monday 8 Apr 2017 - Arundel Castle
Celebrating the 950th anniversary of Arundel Castle’s initial construction, Raven Tor Living History Group will bring key moments of the Castle’s history from 1067-1644 to life through costume, crafts, weapons and combat displays. Tickets From £10 for a child (5-16 yrs) From £13 for an adult £46 for a family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children)
Monday 22 Apr 2017 - Brighton Racecourse
Now in it's 13th year at Brighton Racecourse. If you love the rock n roll era and all things rockabilly, this is THE place to be. The only fair of it's kind in the UK, we have 4 halls with 100+ stalls selling everything from jukeboxes, records and pinballs to handbags and shoes. Live music & Jive dancing both days. Classic car & bike display on forecourt Vintage tearoom £8 adult £3 child See www.jukeboxfair.co.uk for more details. Join us on Facebook & Twitter too! @jukeboxandretro
Wednesday 24 Apr 2017 - Emporium
Psychiatry 2017 is the leading meeting dedicated to Psychiatrists and Psychological researchers with the theme “Promulgate Evolving Adaptive treatments and Modern Psychoanalysis for Psychiatric and Psychological Disorders”, More at Psychiatry 2017 on April 24-25, 2017 Exploring Emerging Markets in Psychiatry Global Psychiatry Conference Series Conference Series has been conducting international Psychiatry meetings for last three years, and very excited to expand Europe, America and Asia Pacific continents. Previous meetings were held in major cities like Barcelona: Spain, Philadelphia: USA, with success the meetings again scheduled in USA: 16th World Congress on Psychiatry and Psychological Syndromes going to be held during April 24-25, 2017 at Las Vegas, USA. Projections from the studies mentioned above estimate a need for 30,000 by psychiatrists by 2018 but currently there are about 7000. Resulting in part from recent efforts by the American Academy of Psychiatry we will see a modest 30% increase in the number of medical students and general psychiatry residents choosing psychiatry as a career. About us: ConferenceSeries.com hosts 3000+ Global Events that includes over 1000+ International Conferences, 1000+ Symposiums and 1000+Workshops and preconference workshops on diverse Medical, Pharmaceutical, Clinical, Engineering, Science, Technology, Business and Management fields. Over 25 Million visitors flock to our websites to observe the attest developments in these fields. Program Coordinator Max Williams Psychiatry 2017 http://psychiatry.global-summit.com/ E-mail: psychiatry@conferenceseries.net , psychiatry@psychiatryconferences.com T: 702 508 5200 Ext 8057
Wednesday 10 Jun 2017 - American Express Community Stadium
The American Express Community Stadium will host the Brighton & Hove Motor Show on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th June. The event will house topical-themed zones and multiple exhibitors with a variety of activities including: a go-karting track, motorcycle zone, family zone and innovation zone. Unlike most motor shows, visitors will also have the ability to test drive some of the latest models on display. The team at Brighton and Hove Motor Show have long-term plans for this event, so much so, that admission is free via registration on their official website. Event Director Bud Johnston said, “Brighton and Hove deserves an annual motor show. It’s been a goal of ours to re-ignite the once prestigious Brighton Motor show events of over 10 years ago. Now we have a perfect location, official city status and the local motor trade is booming.” To find out more, or to register for free entry to the event, visit www.brightonandhovemotorshow.com or search Brighton and Hove Motor Show on Facebook or @BTNMotorShow on Twitter If you would like to discuss how you can get involved please contact info@brightonandhovemotorshow.com
Wednesday 17 Jun 2017 - Arundel Castle
The Knights, Squires, and Men-at-Arms of Raven Tor Living History Group will face off in a Medieval Foot Tournament, representing the nations of England, France, Poland and Denmark. With competitions using a variety of weapons, the free-style fighting of the participants will be the nearest reproduction of tournament combat seen outside of the 15th century! With a story teller, falconry displays, and a tented encampment of crafts and displays, there is plenty to see and experience over the weekend. Tickets From £10 for a child (5-16 yrs) From £11 for an adult £46 for a family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children)
Monday 15 Jul 2017 - Arundel Castle
Knights and Crusaders will meet in preparation for the long journey to the Holy Land. A tournament of foot combat will be held on the upper grounds of Arundel Castle, set beneath the 12th century Keep and oldest part of the Castle, where the Knights and Crusaders will hone their skills. A tented encampment, set on the American Lawn, will showcase a variety of crafts and demonstrations of the period, as well as impressive falconry displays and storytelling. Tickets From £10 for a child (5-16 yrs) From £11 for an adult £46 for a family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children)
Sunday 28 Jul 2017 - Charleston
Set in a marquee in Charleston's glorious summertime gardens, join us for two days of events curated by landscape designer and eight times Chelsea Gold Medallist Tom Stuart-Smith. Talks by leading landscape designers, gardeners and historians, gardening demonstrations and workshops. Full programme available online.
Friday 19 Aug 2017 - Arundel Castle
The Knights, Squires, and Men-at-Arms of Raven Tor Living History Group will meet in a Medieval Foot Tournament on the upper lawns of Arundel Castle. With competitions using a variety of weapons, the free-style fighting of the combatants will be the nearest reproduction of tournament combat seen outside of the 15th century. With Story Teller, falconry display, have-a-go-archery and a tented encampment of crafts and displays, there is plenty to see and experience over the weekend. Tickets From £10 for a child (5-16 yrs) From £11 for an adult £46 for a family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children)
Sunday 28 Sep 2017 - Evolution Arts
The theme of the Green Energy Congress 2017 is “Share & acquire knowledge on utilization of natural resources” with an objective to help Ecologist, Environmental Analysts, Environmental Chemists, Environmental Engineers, New Environmental Technologies Developers, Industry Professionals and Scholars in Environmental related areas to move beyond the boundaries of conventional yet ever changing Concepts. As the theme suggests the conference intends to accumulate specialists and pioneers from across the globe in order to counter the economic under-evaluation Ecologist Environmental Specialist, Industry professionals may face in their practice. The direct approach and unique sessions of this Green Energy conference stand out from all its peers.
Thursday 25 Oct 2017 - Arundel Castle
As the Castle celebrates its 950th anniversary, Raven Tor Living History Group returns to the origins of Arundel Castle portraying the men and women of the 12th century. An opportunity for visitors to meet Norman Knights and Ladies, see the combat training of men-at-arms and archers, and have-a-go at a range of crafts from the late Norman period. Tickets From £10 for a child (5-16 yrs) From £13 for an adult £46 for a family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children)
Monday 15 Mar 2017 - Our House
Annual Conference on Cardiology 2017 http://heartcongress.conferenceseries.com/europe/ Conference Series LLC invites you to attend the Annual Conference on Cardiology 2017 to be held at London, UK during March 15-17, 2017. Heart Conference 2017 will bring together world-class cardiologists, researchers, surgeons, professors and scientists. Undoubtedly the participant at this Cardiology congress will be able to exchange with the best experts and will return home with extensive knowledge. For further details visit: http://heartcongress.conferenceseries.com/europe/ Contact Email ID: annualcardiologymeet@rediffmail.com annualcardiologymeet@gmail.com
Tuesday 23 Mar 2017 - Brighton Racecourse
Over 150 beers from across the UK. Plus a large selection of ciders and perries. A variety of food will also be on sale, including vegetarian, vegan options and soft drinks.Advance tickets will be available from Monday 23 January to Friday 17 March from the following outlets: Evening Star, Brighton; Gardener’s Arms, Brewers Arms Lewes; Duke of Wellington, Shoreham-by-Sea; Selden Arms, Worthing; and Beer Essentials, Horsham. For postal sales, please state which session(s) you require and enclose a 9x4 SAE with your cheque, made payable to “Sussex CAMRA Beer & Cider Festival” and send to SBB&CF Ticket Sales, 16 Connell Drive, Woodingdean, Brighton, BN2 6RT. No refunds will be processed after the 14 March 2017. The number 2 and 22 buses pass the venue and there will be a shuttle bus to and from Brighton train station.
Monday 15 Apr 2017 - Arundel Castle
Normans and Crusaders, taking place at the Castle from 15-17 April, will transport visitors to the end of the 12th Century, when England was under the rule of Richard the Lionheart. With King Richard dead and his unpopular brother John now King, England has been plunged into The Barons’ War. Arundel Castle guards the road linking the Medieval ports of Shoreham, Pagham, and Portsmouth, as well as access to the sea via the River Arun, and so it is the logical mustering point for men, and supplies. But who will the Earl of Arundel support, King John or the Barons? Set within a historical tented encampment, Raven Tor Living History Group will be recreating the crafts, weapons training and battle tactics of the late 12th century. With a story teller and falconry, plus archery and combat demonstrations, the weekend will be filled with the sights, sounds and smells of the late Norman period.
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.
Saturday 27 May 2017 - Arundel Castle
Arundel Castle in West Sussex is to play host to a thrilling three-day siege event – which will have visitors on tenterhooks throughout the May Bank Holiday weekend. It is 1485 and Richard III is King of England. Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond has laid claim to the throne and landed in Wales, supported by French forces. Seeing the opportunity, another a French force has also crossed the Channel, seized the Kings Ordinance (artillery) and surrounded the Castle at Arundel. The French intend to hold the Earl of Arundel’s fortress, allowing a stronger invasion force to cross from France, sail up the River Arun and into the heart of Sussex. Although there was no historical siege of Arundel Castle in the 15th century, this three-day event will show the importance of artillery in taking a Castle, and as a battle field weapon. Visitors will be able to see skirmishes between the two sides, crafts, costumes and armour of the period. With the tented encampments of Raven Tor Living History Group, The Wessex Medieval Alliance, and The Company of St. Barbara, covering the upper grounds of the Castle, this May Bank Holiday weekend will be filled with the sounds of battle and conflict.
Wednesday 3 Jul 2017 - Barcombe Village Hall
Conference Series LLC is privileged to announce “International Conference on Cancer & Tumor Immunology” which will be held during July 03-05, 2017 in Thailand, Bangkok which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions. Cancer-Tumor Immunology 2017 highlighting the theme “Explore the Possibilities in the Field of Cancer and Tumor” provides an excellent opportunity to share views, exchange knowledge and establish research collaborations & networking. Cancer Immunology will mainly target Fellows, nurse practitioners, nurses, physician assistants, researchers, and other health care professionals interested in the treatment of cancer and Tumor. Cancer Immunology conference acts as a bridge between academics and business to offer them a common platform to interact and share ideas.
Sunday 14 Aug 2017 - 44th Brighton Scout Group 21
Brain Injury 2017 Allied academies invites all the participants from all over the world to attend 4th International Conference on Brain disorder and Brain Injury on August 14-16, 2017 at Toronto Canada which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions. Brain Injury 2017 provides a special opportunity for a variety of stakeholders to present original research and analysis aimed at providing a full picture of the progress being made towards better diagnosis, treatment and long-term care for TBI survivors. Allied academies invite all the participants from all over the world to attend World 4th International Conference on Brain disorder and Brain Injury on August 14-16, 2017 at Toronto Canada. brain injury (TBI) is also known as an intracranial injury, it occurs when an external force traumatically injures the brain. TBI can be classified based on the severity; mechanism i.e. closed penetrating head injury or other features i.e. occurring in a specific location or over a widespread area. For abstract submission please go through link: http://braininjury.alliedacademies.com/abstract-submission For Registration please go through the link: http://braininjury.alliedacademies.com/registration
Friday 26 Aug 2017 - Arundel Castle
Arundel Castle in West Sussex is set to take visitors on a thrilling journey through the centuries this August Bank Holiday weekend (26-28 August), as part of its History In Action (Multi-Period) event. Set on the Lower Lawns of Arundel Castle the tented encampments of five renowned living history groups, and many individual historical reenactors will reflect on more than 12,000 years of local and Castle history with craft, costume, and combat displays. This is a great opportunity for visitors to meet Roman Gladiators, Norman Crusaders, 14th and 15th century Knights, Georgian Smugglers and Victorian street dwellers, to name but a few of the wide range of historical characters and displays showcased over the August Bank Holiday weekend. Tickets From £10 for a child (5-16 yrs) From £11 for an adult £46 for a family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children)
Friday 19 Oct 2017 - Brighton Marina
Conference Series has been instrumental in conducting international meetings for seven years, and very excited to expand Europe, America and Asia Pacific continents. Previous meetings were held in major cities like Belgium, Tokyo, Madrid, with success the meetings again scheduled in three continents. It’s time to announce 9th Annual Congress on Drug Design & Drug Formulation October 19-21, 2017 Seoul, South Korea . Drug Formulation 2017 is a 3-day event offering the Exhibition, at venue to showcase the research and development on emerging technologies and have wider sessions involving Keynote presentation, Oral, YRF ( student presentation), poster, e-poster presentations. This is an excellent platform to intensify collaborations for Professionals Scientific Experts and Industrial Delegates for Pharma field knowledge seekers. Global Pharmaceutical Industry in its operation and innovation activities is now facing serious challenges resulted by mega trends in healthcare paradigm. Korean R&D-based pharmaceutical companies have been involving in pioneering unmet medical needs areas investing over 65% to their annual net profit with the strong support from the Korean government. Modern pharmaceutical industry in Korea has 110 years of history initiating at the end of the 1800s, when a first modern pharmaceutical company began its operation. However, the South Korea region represents a significant growth opportunity for the Drug Formulation market during the forecast period of 2014 to 2019. Everyone interested in the future of emerging –drugs majorly in the field drug discovery, design, drug development, pharmacokinetic research, clinical pharmacology and new therapeutic drugs on recent developments in the field of generic drug research, current challenges and possibilities in modeling a new drug involving Drug Formulaton & Drug Design Reasearch Who to attend: CEOs, CROs, Directors, Managers and research associates in pharmaceutical industry in the drug or device industries (both innovator and generic) Academic and Industrial Scientists Associated with Discovery, Formulation and The Delivery of Drugs Regulatory and Clinical Scientists involved in Drug Development Researchers, Education providers in Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmacology and Toxicology Students and Postdoctoral Fellows in All Areas of The Pharmaceutical Sciences Government Agencies involved in Chemical Safety Assessment Medical Practitioners Such As Clinical Pharmacologists, Clinical Toxicologists. Molecular and Cellular Pharmacologistsc Why to attend?? • Exchange ideas and network with leading pharmaceutical scientists and clinicians and presenting cutting-edge discoveries, research and new therapeutic drugs • Obtain a global roundup of Pharmaceutical research capabilities and opportunities
Tuesday 2 Nov 2017 - The American Express Elite Football Performance Centre,
Organizing Committee welcomes you to attend 3rd Global Summit On Heart Diseases from November 02-04, 2017 in Bangkok, Thailand. Cardiology Conferences regards each one of the individuals to go to the "3rd Global Summit On Heart Diseases" amidst November 02-04, 2017 in Bangkok, Thailand which melds brief keynote presentations, speaker talks, Exhibition, Symposia, Workshops. Heart Diseases Congress is one of the Cardiology conferences which will be visited by all the prestigious cardiologists, cardiology surgeons, fiery inspectors, postgraduates, affiliations, business meanders under a solitary rooftop.
Thursday 25 Jul 2017 - Arundel Castle
Arundel Castle in West Sussex is set to play host to the world’s longest international jousting competition, with top challengers from across the globe taking part in its spectacular Jousting and Medieval Tournament Week. Destrier Pro HE Ltd will be returning for an exciting and thrilling six-day jousting tournament at Arundel Castle – the longest competition of its kind in the world. With highly skilled participants from all corners of the globe, this event promises to thrill all the family. Supported by the knights and men-at-arms of Raven Tor, Distant Trumpets story teller, the musicians of Roughe Musicke, have-a-go-archery and a host of crafts, displays and entertainment within the authentic style encampment, this promises to be one of the largest Medieval Events the Castle has undertaken! Tickets £12 for a child (5-16 yrs) £25 for an adult £62 for a family ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children)

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