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Thursday 25 Jun 2016 - Junkyard Dogs
Monthly Acoustic & Spoken word night featuring acoustic acts & spoken word poetry. This month features: E D Fowler https://www.facebook.com/edd.fowler.5?fref=ts Christian Cooley https://www.facebook.com/christiancooleyartist/?fref=ts https://soundcloud.com/christiancooley Jack Evans https://www.facebook.com/JackEAEvansMusic/?fref=ts https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQW0H8VbBu0TcYkiRwbuknQ Bears https://www.facebook.com/Bears-1650382845221262/?fref=ts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyo08QFeuTQ Hosting the night and performing: BRUNT Poetry https://www.facebook.com/bruntpoetry/?fref=ts https://bruntpoetry.bandcamp.com/releases
Thursday 25 Jun 2016 - Shoreham Community Centre
International Neighbours Festival Free event with food, performances and stalls from all around the world. Experience the party atmosphere for free
Thursday 25 Jun 2016 - Junkyard Dogs
Come and have a beverage and make your favourite characters//space craft from Star Wars.. After the recent success of Yoda origami we just had to do this. from 3pm We serve lovely food//coffee//booze. There is a suggested donation of £2 to cover the printouts etc. COME AND PLAY!
Thursday 25 Jun 2016 - Hove Lawns
Let our expert photographers teach you classic photographic techniques whilst taking in iconic Brighton sea-side sights. Learn the tricks of exposure, ISO, and aperture in just 3 hours and take home a professional photograph crafted by you! 3 hours of photographic instruction Use your own equipment or ours Meet like minded people Have fun whilst learning Suitable for for all skill levels
Thursday 25 Jun 2016 - Friends Meeting House
Brighton Craft Fair is your monthly opportunity to purchase unique, handmade arts and crafts from many talented local artists. 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 June 2016 between 10am and 4:30pm at the Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, Brighton BN1 1AF in the heart of Brighton’s world famous Lanes.
Friday 26 Jun 2016 - Patterns
On the last Sunday of every month, CULT MILK fill Brighton’s most vibrant club with oodles of arty goodness... There are drop-in creative workshops, arts and crafts, digital workshops, interactive sculpture and vintage + jumble stalls. We ALSO have free drawing tables, 2-4-1 cocktails, food deals, table tennis and an eclectic mix of music to keep the art vibes flowing. ? Workshops include: Weaving / Flower Crowns / Live Visuals / Sewing / DIY Kaleidoscopes / Drawing Games / Nipple Tassels / Doodle Tables / Fruit controlled Mario Kart / Jewellery Making / Typography / Life Drawing / + Many more. All workshops are £2-£5. Workshop prices include all materials needed so you just need to turn up, listen up and get creative. Our Monthly Milk workshops are run by both recent Art Graduates and industry professionals; everyone is super knowledgable and really friendly so we welcome all skill levels. All money made goes directly to the artist. Please contact Amy for any queries: cultmilk@gmail.com We hope to see you there! CM x www.cultmilk.com
Tuesday 2 Jul 2016 - Stanmer Park
In this workshop we will examine how we engage visually with our surroundings and environment, and how by using the medium of photography we can bring focus and attention to our awareness, becoming mindful of how we observe our world, and stimulating our creative process. Please bring a compact, bridge or DSLR camera or smartphone to use, with a charged battery. We will meet at the Stanmer village cafe. For more information or to book a place, please email or call anand_day@hotmail.com 07765 480746 Investment: £30 Also on Sunday 3rd July at the same time.
Tuesday 2 Jul 2016 - Ship Street Court
Kegged craft beer festival featuring collabs, specials, bar brews & more from the best local brewers. Held at Yardy in Ship St Court (Behind Marwood Coffee Shop) first Saturday of the month July, Aug, Sept. Free entry with street food and music all day.
Tuesday 2 Jul 2016 - The Iron Duke
Following on from the success of his Indoor Murder Tours at The Dukebox Theatre , here's a new one from Nick Richmond - a slideshow tour through the lives of two amazing characters , Holmes and his author , Arthur Conan Doyle . In the sleepy village of East Dean near Eastbourne is a very unusual blue plaque marking the retirement home of the worlds greatest consulting detective . Arthur Conan Doyle spent over 20 years in Sussex and many of his last stories are set in the Sussex countryside . Join Nick on a slide show tour through the lives of two incredible characters , one real and the other imaginary , Sherlock and his creator - both with incredible stories to tell !
Tuesday 2 Jul 2016 - Stanmer Park
Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life series is back for 2016 and now open for entries. So ladies, lace up your trainers and kick start the New Year with a resolution to help beat cancer sooner. We have a choice of two distances; a 5k and a 10k. 5K is an achievable distance for all ages and abilities. Participants can walk, jog or charge their way around the course. Twice the distance, twice the fight. 10K is a great distance to try for members who want to push themselves that bit further. Lets help beat cancer sooner!
Wednesday 3 Jul 2016 - Hanover Community Centre
The Hanover Community Association is proud to be celebrating it's 40th anniversary this year and we would like to celebrate this event by holding a summer garden party on 3rd July at the Hanover Centre. There will be demonstrations from some of our regular hirers, live bands, kid's activities, arts & crafts, bouncy castle, face painting, a pop up café, licensed bar, cakes and refreshments and lots more. We would also love to hear from anyone who has any connections or history with the HCA and the Centre. Entry and all activities are free. We hope that you can come and help celebrate this milestone achievement with us.
Wednesday 3 Jul 2016 - Stanmer Park
Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life series is back for 2016 and now open for entries. So ladies, lace up your trainers and kick start the New Year with a resolution to help beat cancer sooner. When we fight, we fight dirty! Pretty Muddy isn’t like any other fundraising event. It is a 5K muddy obstacle course where women of any ability can climb, jog and walk around the obstacle course. Together we can beat cancer!
Monday 8 Jul 2016 - Small Talk Café
Come along to our Cheese and Wine tasting event. Included in your ticket price will be a glass of bubbles on arrival, then 5 wine accompanied with cheeses selected by our guest wine expert. The final wine will be accompanies by a tripe chocolate brownie. The evening will accompanied with a cheese quiz, music and some interactive fun games.
Tuesday 9 Jul 2016 - Wish Park
Family friendly event Live music, fun dog show, table top sale, kids activities, bar and food. Free entry and everyone welcome.
Tuesday 9 Jul 2016 - The White Horse
oin me for a summer stroll around the quaint village of Rottingdean near Brighton , and find out about the life and times of one of the greatest authors of the 20th century , Rudyard Kipling . Kipling lived here for 5 years , from 1897-1902 and wrote some of his finest work here , including Stalky and Co , and the Just So stories . We will explore his house and gardens , learn about the smuggling trade that went on there , and discover some of the famous artists who made Rottingdean their home .
Tuesday 9 Jul 2016 - Caroline of Brunswick
? K O L L ? P S ? SYNTH • EBM • POSTPUNK • INDUSTRIAL • WAVE HOMOEROTIC SEX MAGICK VISUALS SATURDAY 9TH JULY FROM 9PM TIL 2AM UPSTAIRS AT THEE CAROLINE OF BRUNSWICK FREE ENTRY KOLLAPS DJS ON ROTATION - Ms KAWASAKI (Slum Ov Legs/KOLLAPS AMANDA ROBOTNICK (Thee Pathologies Ov Pleasure/KOLLAPS) INSIPID SILKS (KOLLAPS) JACK RUBY (From Beyond Thee Grave) SAINT VIOLET (TSPC/KOLLAPS)
Tuesday 16 Jul 2016 - The Arch
Take make a much-anticipated return to Brighton's shores on Saturday 16th July. With no sign of slowing down, Take this year has played host to a variety of the world’s leading artists across the house & techno spectrum that Take best represents. Seth Troxler, Doorly, Amine Edge & Dance are but a few to headline alongside ever present Take guests & residents. In a Brighton first, last winter Take brought Defected pairing Sam Divine & Sonny Fodera to The Arch, that proved to be one of the biggest events on the south coast in 2014! This summer Defected Records' ‘leading lady’ makes her return to Brighton exclusively for Take.
Tuesday 16 Jul 2016 - Rialto Theatre
Everybody loves Dad’s Army. Even after 50 years it continues to pull huge viewing figures becoming one of the all-time classic ‘greats’ of television, also enjoying West-End success, a Royal Variety Performance, a national tour, a themed cruise and now the new feature film in which Frank returns as the vicar. David Croft and Jimmy Perry chose Frank to create the role of the wonderfully eccentric vicar who was always slightly tetchy as he tried to come to terms with the elderly platoon’s invasion of his beloved church hall. Join Frank – the oldest surviving member of the original cast - as he celebrates a lifetime on Stage, TV, Film and the legendary BBCTV series. In an entertaining trip down memory lane, Frank gives a unique glimpse behind the scenes and stories of the celebrated TV & Film casts of Dad`s Army; a host of other TV classics such as Emergency Ward 10, All Gas & Gaiters, Morecambe & Wise, The Two Ronnies and many more. Frank is interviewed by author & entertainer Chris Gidney in a lively afternoon of television nostalgia, which includes Frank's rarely seen home movie of the Dads Army cast on tour, and Frank will sign copies of his best-selling autobiography, Vicar to Dad`s Army.
Sunday 21 Jul 2016 - Brighton Pier
Imagine waking up to a world without written words, what would it mean to you? No more handwritten notes, no more beautifully written birthday or Christmas cards, no more fan signs at concerts. How much would it impact you? BIC can’t imagine a world without words, which is why it will be encouraging British teens to pick up a pen this summer for the second #JustWrite Day on Thursday 21st July 2016. Did you know that half (49%) of 13-19 year olds have never written a thank you letter, 83% have not written a love letter and a quarter (26%) have never even written a birthday or Christmas card, so make sure you don’t become a statistic and get writing! * Keep an eye on Twitter @MyBICPen to hear more about the events that will unfold on #JustWrite Day itself
Tuesday 23 Jul 2016 - Junkyard Dogs
Come along to the Hungry Hippo Challenge. You don't need skills, you don't need wits, all you need is to be the HUNGRIEST human in the room. We are having an old school Hungry Hippo Board game knockout contest followed by a life size final. The overtly competitive are encouraged.. There will obviously be a 'I saved the Hippo from extinction' trophy for the winner & runners up will receive something to display on their loo windowsills too. We kick off at 3pm so please make sure you register by then. You can always rock up and have a pre game beer in the garden. Are you hungry????!!!!
Friday 26 Jul 2016 - The Fair Shop
Rags Revival Clothes Swapping Boutique @ Fair! £5 entry bring up to 10 items of GOOD QUALITY PRELOVED women's clothing or accessories. How does it work? *Please note we don't accept underwear/ tights/ swimwear/ anything that is damaged or worn to within an inch of it's life. Please only bring things you would be proud to give to a friend. Clothes Swapping Boutique Fear not, here at Rags Revival events you won't need your crash helmet and knee pads to fend people off from the best stuff! It works on a free flow basis and as different people come through the event the stock changes constantly! You can bring up to 10 items - Clothes, Shoes, Hats, Bags, Jewelry (We do ask that you bring quality secondhand items - e.g. not those holey short shorts you have been wearing to the gym or the £2 tank you brought last year) The clothes DO NOT have to be vintage but of course would love them! I have mirrors and a changing screen to see how your new fabulous finds looks on you. For some events children's clothes are also included. If this is the case then you can bring children's clothing instead of women's or a mixture of the two. There is no age cap and all tokens cross over so no matter what you bring you can spend them on anything. Each item is worth one token - Simple! When you arrive with your items you can either 1. Keep your clothes, look through the rails and make sure there are enough items that you want to swish/swap, before parting with those items that have been collecting dust at the back of your wardrobe. Then when you are ready you can literally swap each item for another! Also, this way you can keep some of your clothes you brought if you aren't quite ready to part with them yet and just swish a couple of pieces! 2. Hand in your items straight away and receive tokens and I will put your items straight out. These tokens you can spend to get any item already out or that comes later in the event. If you have any tokens left, keep them! Come to the next event and spend them there! P.S - Don't feel bad that the clothes aren't going to charity because anything that doesn't swish for a few events I give to chairty :-) http://swishing.wix.com/rags-revival
Friday 26 Jul 2016 - Concorde 2
Cut Chemist became known through the Los Angeles-based rap group Unity Committee, and debuted on vinyl on the B-side of Unity Committee's 1993 single, "Unified Rebelution". The track, "Lesson 4: The Radio" was an ovation of Double Dee and Steinski's "Lessons 1-3." Preceding the vinyl release, Unity Committee formed Jurassic 5, along with another group, Rebels of Rhythm. Cut Chemist contributed avidly to the group, adding "Lesson 6: The Lecture" to Jurassic 5's eponymous EP, and co-producing the entirety of the record. Between then and other releases, he explored remixing alongside DJ Shadow and Liquid Liquid, and performed doing outside work (sampling and scratching for Less Than Jake, and appearing with Ozomatli). From late 1996 to early 1997, Cut Chemist recorded his album debut, Live at Future Primitive Sound Session, with Shortkut of Invisibl Skratch Piklz. In 2004, Cut Chemist's song 'Drums of Fire' was part of the soundtrack to Tony Hawk's Underground 2. Cut Chemist did not appear on Jurassic 5's 2006 album Feedback. In May 2006, he indicated to Billboard that he had left the group. Cut Chemist's first full-length solo album, The Audience's Listening, was released on July 11, 2006. The album includes the pre-released song "The Garden", which features a bossa nova style, vocals from Astrud Gilberto's Brazilian song "Berimbau", and berimbau instrumentals. The song "The Audience Is Listening Theme Song" from The Audience's Listening has been featured in a 2G Apple iPod nano advertisement. with J5 in Hamburg/Germany 2002 More recently, Cut Chemist has opened for Shakira in 2007 on the European leg of her Oral Fixation Tour, and at the press conference held by car-maker SEAT to promote their sponsorship of the shows. Cut Chemist made an appearance in the 2007 comedy Juno, playing a high school chemistry teacher, playing on his "chemist" stage-name. His logo was present in this scene in the form of a large pair of prop scissors suspended over a beaker. Cut Chemist joined DJ Shadow on a world wide tour to support their new mix The Hard Sell beginning in early 2008. Kid Koala opened for them. Dates included Dallas, New York, San Francisco, Melbourne, Toronto, Vancouver, London, Hamburg and Paris among others. Cut Chemist is featured in the award-winning documentary This is the Life, chronicling the music movement which was birthed at The Good Life Cafe in South Central Los Angeles. The Good Life is the open-mic workshop where he first performed with Unity Committee in the early 1990s and launched Jurassic 5. Most recently, Cut Chemist was featured in the film Up In The Air under his name Cut Chemist as the conference DJ who introduces Young MC. Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/cut-chemist Facebook: Cut Chemist https://www.facebook.com/CutChemist ????????????????????????????????? KOOL?HERTZ - Part of the mighty Ghetto Funk crew, Battlejam/Multijam resident & label owner/manager of Suga & Butta Records UK. A versatile Musician/Producer/DJ with numerous chart toppers on Juno & Beatport. Recently he was apart of Jessica van der Weert's #FlipSide project. He has played alongside such names as Fatboy Slim, Mark Ronson, Jaguar Skills, erb N dub, JFB, Ed Solo, Featurecast & Crissy Criss to name a few. His tracks get support from the likes of Krafty Kuts, DJ Yoda, Ed Solo, A.Skillz, Beardyman, JFB, Featurecast, Nick Thayer & loads of others. What you can expect to hear in a set is a plethora of old school/new school remixes, party Jam’s, bootlegs & exclusives scratched & mixed in style on the 1's & 2's. Other works of Kool Hertz include music composed worldwide for radio, movie trailers & TV adverts. Check out a couple of examples below... View Air Action Vigorsol 2015:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtE7gihNhOM View Bulmers 'Reverse' 2013 campaign here:- http://goo.gl/e9Hxst **Shake it Brighton finalist 2013*** Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/kool-hertz Facebook: Kool Hertz https://www.facebook.com/koolhertz/?ref=bookmarks
Tuesday 30 Jul 2016 - Friends Meeting House
Fun and life enriching workshop; to learn how to ensure you have a happy, healthy animal companion or to deeply connect with nature. Do you really wish to know what your dog is thinking about? Would you like to communicate to your cat all will be well when it visits the vets?! I will include teaching on: Discovering your animals' spiritual, mental/emotional and physical well-being through communication. Animal training and learning ways to quickly reassure anxious animals. How to connect remotely with an animal and to get up close to wild animals, healing of traumas/emotional/behavioural issues. Bring lunch to share and a photo of an animal that you know :) Really look forward to seeing you there!
Saturday 6 Aug 2016 - Rialto Theatre
Phileas Fogg had the Reform Club, Arthur Daily had the Winchester Club. Your old man has a football club, but now you have The Bollinger Club....... Miss Meadow & James Bollinger in conjunction with the Rialto Theatre presents: The Bollinger Club PRIDE. It is with great privilege and with our partners at The Rialto Theatre We offer the ultimate experience in indulgence, entertainment & experience all to celebrate PRIDE in Brighton. We would like to offer our guests an opportunity to join in some kinky fun and be entertained with Play, Burlesque Cabaret & Music at our Prequel. Acts confirmed so far are DJs Sophisticated Mischief. Cabaret Act Lydia L'Scabies Boylesque Acts so far. Rosie Glow performing A Natural Woman & My Guy. Dave The Bear & Smashlyn Monroe Kinky Sax Dez playing the Saxophone in the Bar. Dress Theme : Colour Latex Gothic Burlesque Fetish wear Military Steampunk No jeans No Street Wear no nudity be adored at The Bollinger Club.
Saturday 13 Aug 2016 - Waterhall
Agility, Dog Experts and stalls, Competitions, Retired Greyhound Trust Show Ring for Lurchers, Sight Hounds and Greyhounds, Face-paining, Raffle... Rosettes and Winners Prizes.
Saturday 13 Aug 2016 - Blind Veterans UK
Join us on the annual Ride for Life Beyond Sight Loss charity motorcycle ride from the Fire Training College, Moreton-in-Marsh to our centre in Ovingdean, Brighton in support of Blind Veterans UK. Registration £15 per person, which includes a commemorative ride badge. Why not stay overnight at the training college on Friday 12th August so you are fresh for the 9am start? Accommodation (incl. dinner/breakfast): Double £95 (ie £47.50 each)/Double single occupancy £80/Single £60 Camping is available (for Sat eve) at our centre in Ovingdean for £10 pp, which includes breakfast. The Route: • Leaving the Fire Training College in Moreton-in-Marsh at 9am • Comfort stop • Lunch break at Loomies Café, Petersfield, where you can also join the ride • Finish line at our centre in Ovingdean via Brighton seafront To register please go to: www.blindveterans.org.uk/bikeride For more information, contact Rachel on 01273 391455 or email rachel.chitty@blindveterans.org.uk
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 24 Sep 2016 - The Old Ship Hotel,
An exciting murder mystery evening over a 3 course dinner.
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
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 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
Thursday 25 Jun 2016 - Convent Field
A glorious boutique festival is coming to Lewes on the weekend of 25 & 26 June. JOY is summer celebration of food, drink, music and lifestyle and brings together an amazing collection of exhibitors rarely found together in Sussex - a mix of artisan food and drink stalls, street food and pop up bars alongside a diverse range of outdoors, homewares and country lifestyle stands. JOY will transform Convent Field, scene of the Mumford & Son concert in 2013, into a paradise for foodies, music lovers and fans of the unique and artisan. Think of a music festival crossed with a giant Farmers Market and a summer picnic. Throw in the chance to buy unique gifts from ‘Not on the High Street’ and ‘Etsy’ style stalls and add a splash of quirky street entertainment and some educational and fun workshops for all the family. There’s a lovely line-up of live music including a Union Music stage with headline acts Mountain Firework Company, Harry’s Tricks and Noble Jacks supported by a diverse mix of music and dancing including Samba, Folk and Flamenco. The fashion marquee is centred around a vintage catwalk and a series of boutique and vintage clothing stalls with a soundtrack of DJ sets from 1 Brighton FM. A teepee village and boutique living area will create the perfect setting for a weekend of top quality products and innovative design in a great atmosphere. There will be outdoor and country living stands, garden sculptures, architectural salvage, flowers, plants and herbs, fire pits, ironmongery, woodcarvings, local bee farm products and boutique pet accessories. Expect a gorgeous and wide ranging collection of home-wares, kitchenalia, clothing, millenary, vintage interiors, fabrics, haberdashery, furs, rugs, natural cosmetics and handmade accessories”. Local brewer Harvey’s will will be serving a selection of real ales alongside their shire horses and dray and vintage truck. There’s also the chance to buy a drink from a wide range of pop up bars - perhaps a Brighton Gin, an English wine, a glass of bubbly from a boutique Champagne house, a summer Pimms or cocktail? An artisan food and drink market, with over 50 wonderful artisan food stalls offering a range from the traditional to the unusual and on-trend, will include fermented pickles, wild and foraged foods, seaweed, goat meat, reishi herb coffee, cob nuts, Isle of Wight garlic, English charcuterie, gluten free bakery, wild mushrooms and much more. There’s a sensational range of street food from around the world with everything from Mexican to Venezuelan, Punjabi to Thai, Moroccan to Vietnamese and of course some English classics. As with all Food Rocks events, the quality and provenance of the street food will be second to none, and there will be a chance to try dishes from the finalists of 2016 Sussex Food & Drink Awards ‘Street Food of the Year’ finalists including steak burgers from Garlic Wood Farm, slow cooked meats from The Pig & Jacket, Punjabi from Jah Jyot and traditional British dishes from Mama C. Children and adults will be able to take part in a series of free food and craft workshops including wild flower wreath making, African drumming, foraged food, wild cocktails, chocolate making, pottery, fermented foods and festival headpiece making. There is also the opportunity to pre-book cookery classes with The Kitchen Academy. In 45mins you'll make (and eat!) a fabulous recipe such as Giant Chocolate Waffles, Norimaki Sushi, American Pancakes, Corn Tortillas and Torta al Testo. Advance bookings are highly recommended (£8 advance, £10 on the day) Or perhaps a visit to The Candy Queen’s Beauty & Glitter Beard Boutique or to The Fairy Preservation Society’s fairy trail with willow wands and painted fairy doors? The wonderful Wish Works will be stilt walking, singing and putting of some delightful displays of puppetry including their award winning ‘Irreverent Buddhist Tales’. There are delightful authentic vintage rides & amusements from Horton’s Steam Fair and some fun, games and stories from children’s author Julian Warrender, the much-loved ‘Granny Marmalade’. The festival is conveniently situated near Lewes Railway Station and can be easily accessed from the A26 and A27. Pre-booking is certainly advised. Tickets are £5 in advance, with a 4 for 3 offer at www.joyfestival.co.uk. There is free entry for children under 10 . On the gate its £7. 10am to 5pm.
Saturday 13 Aug 2016 - Firle Park
FIRLE VINTAGE FAIR SAT 13 & 14 AUGUST 2016 10am - 5pm “Step back in time in style at Firle Vintage Fair” A beautiful Brocante fair in the Sussex countryside Located in the quintessentially English South Downs, Firle Vintage Fair is a celebration of the beauty and antiquities of the past. Featuring a host of cherry-picked vintage and antique stalls including; French Brocante, haberdashery and fashion, country interiors and gardenalia. Plus original 1880 Victoriana fair-rides and Croquet games to have a whirl on. Complimenting our countryside location this year we present Flower Crown workshops, talks on Sussex Beekeeping and Wild Food workshops. For foodies we serve up the very best artisan food and beverages with Iced Sloe Gins from Gin & Bear It and a Champagne bar on the lawns. Live entertainment throughout the weekend including a Lost Bohemia fashion cat-walk, Swing Jazz bands, Solo artists Noelle and the Spitfire Sisters, plus Charleston and Lindy Hop troupes and the Vintastic DJ. Also returning as one of the most popular elements of the festival will be over 100 vintage car owners who will shine up their bonnets and proudly show off to motor enthusiasts! So, this summer dust off your tea dresses, braces and brogues and hop on your bicycle or our vintage double-decker Route master bus to come and join us at Firle and step back in time in style!
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!
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 8 Aug 2016 - Grand Brighton Hotel
Dental Medicine 2016 is an uncommon occasion intended for International Dental and Oral well-being experts to encourage the dispersal and use of exploration discoveries identified with oral well-being and the collaborations in the middle of oral and systemic well-being.The meeting is going to be held in Toronto,Canada from August 08-10,2016.

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