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Wednesday 3 Jul 2015 - Latest Music Bar
Fancy an evening of stand-up comedy, live music and delicious Thai food all whilst raising money for a good cause? On Friday 3rd July, join us for a special fundraising event with a Full Moon Party twist. Laughter courtesy of Harry Steele and Phil Jerrod, Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year in 2014 finalist. Groove kindly provided by DJ Johnny Potatoes and Kings Mews - a Brighton 8-piece with infectious feel good tunes and horn-led grooves you can't help but move to! Delicious cuisine prepared by Don, Head Chef at Sussex Produce Company. Tickets cost £25 and include all of the entertainment listed above plus a cold Thai buffet and welcome drink. Ticket sales and donations will go to support Klongbangkratuek School, a government primary school based in Thailand (56km west of Bangkok). Damaged by severe flooding, please help to support and promote this wonderful school.
Thursday 4 Jul 2015 - UNITARIAN CHURCH
Rags Revival will be holding a swish on Saturday July 4th in the back room as part Bazzar Brighton's fabulous event at the Unitarian Church, New Road Brighton 11.30-1.30pm :-) If you are swishing there is no entry fee just the cost of the swish so come on down bring your preloved clothing and get a new wardrobe for a fiver!! Swap up to 10 items, £5 to swish! http://swishing.wix.com/rags-revival
Thursday 4 Jul 2015 - Portslade Town Hall
*NEW TIME* *NEW VENUE* *STILL GREAT VALUE* Portslade Town Hall Victoria Road Portslade BN41 1YF Saturday, 4th July 2015 1.30pm-3.30pm Cost: £1 entry (kids free). This is another great event for the popular Hove-based 'Haven't You Grown' Sales and a new time and venue to boot. We are so pleased to be able to offer you great value bargains on items such as nearly-new baby, toddler and children's clothes, toys, books and equipment as well as maternity wear and more! So if you're looking for good quality pre-worn, pre-loved items then our indoor table top-sales are just what you're little ones need. Come along on the day for bargains galore. For more information about Haven't You Grown Sales visit: haventyougrownsales.co.uk
Thursday 4 Jul 2015 - The Keep Archives
A series of six book-binding and conservation workshops taking place the first Saturday of every month: Dates: 4th July, 1st August, 5th September, 3rd October, 7th November, 5th December. 10am-4pm. Learn, practise and perfect the methods of book-binding in this series of book-binding and conservation workshops. From creating a simple case-binding, to learning more sophisticated stitching designs and finishes such as gold-leaf tooling, you will have the knowledge and expertise of The Keep Conservator Melissa Williams to guide you. You can decide what you would like to work on in the sessions and produce a finished product that will showcase your newly acquired skills. The cost of the six workshops is £480. These workshops are suitable for all abilities. A tool-kit will need to be purchased separately at The Keep for £25. Please note, depending on your chosen project, material costs may be subject to change. Please bring your own lunch. Tea and coffee will be provided. Maximum of 10 places. Please ring 01273 482349 to book your place and make payment.
Thursday 4 Jul 2015 - Mad Hatter Cafe
On Alice's Day at where else but the Mad Hatter Cafe in Brighton! Join us for an afternoon of vintage china decorating in honour of Alice whilst hosting our very own Mad Hatter's Tea party. Create a selection of decorative vintage upcycled china which you can display in your home or give as a handmade gift. No experience necessary, £25.00 per person with all materials and tuition included along with Mad Hatter refreshments. Costumes are not a requirement but are definitely encouraged! BOOK HERE! www.makedoandtrend.co.uk/workshops/celebrate-150-years-of-alice-in-wonderland-with-vintage-china-decorating/
Thursday 4 Jul 2015 - Brighton Unitarian Church
Design, Collectors, Art & Curiosity Fair in the heart of the Laines, Brighton (opposite The Royal Pavilion Gardens & Dome Box Office). Stall enquiries: bazaarbrighton@gmail.com
Thursday 4 Jul 2015 - Envy @ Charles Street
We have ANOTHER pair of Bloodstock Festival tickets to give away at Apocalypse in July! To be in with a chance to win, you will have to join us on July 4th! Also, Apocalypse will be taking a break in August, so this will be your last chance to party with us until we reopen on September 5th! Bloodstock Open Air (B-O-A) is the UK’s biggest independent METAL festival. This year's headliners are the amazing Rob Zombie, Trivium and Within Temptation! APOCALYPSE - all the fun and drunken shenanigans of an alternative house party, with none of the clean up... The only place you can play Bomberman while Limp Bizkit has the dance floor full. Apocalypse is bigger and better than ever at ENVY on the first Saturday of the month! **************** Music from when Dave Grohl was still in Nirvana, Pokemon was essential afternoon viewing, and when teaching your Furby to swear was the highlight of your afternoon, Apocalypse brings you the anthemic songs from your teenage years, your guilty pleasures to scream along to, and the most danceable moshable songs around. We'll play all the songs you want to hear but ALSO those wonderful hidden gems, hilariously awful mash ups, and remixes that just don't get the air time they deserve! Our DJ's will also slip in a few of those pre-90's songs you can't help but air guitar along to... as well as a few geeky tributes. Sound too good to be true? Well, Apocalypse just keeps getting better... along with fantastic drink deals, and the most entertaining variety of alternative music in Brighton, we bring you more teenage nostalgia in the form of retro gaming! Every month we'll bring to you retro consoles with excellent old classics like Pokemon Stadium, Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, and more. **************** Expect to hear the likes of: KoRn, Slipknot, Deftones, Limp Bizkit, Staind, Papa Roach, 36 Crazyfists, Alien Ant Farm, Incubus, Soil, RATM, System, Prodigy, Rammstein, Placebo, Angelspit, Silverchair, The Dresden Dolls, Crazy Town, Flyleaf, Orgy, Human Waste Project, Emilie Autumn, My Ruin, Puddle of Mudd, Skindred, Cold, Eminem, Jack Off Jill, Guano Apes, Jimmy Eat World, Soundgarden, Breed 77, Body Count, Dave Matthews Band, Raised Fist, Kittie, (hed)P.E., Dog Eat Dog, Rancid, Avenged Sevenfold, Skunk Anansie, Wheatus, Tatu, Nerf Herder, Smash Mouth, Feeder, Ash, Cypress Hill, Hadouken, Sir Mix-A-Lot, Stone Sour, Sonic Boom Six, N.W.A., Pearl Jam, Fun Lovin Criminals, Offspring etc **************** THE DIRTY DETAILS: Open - 10pm - 3am Entry - £5 £2 DRINK DEALS ALL NIGHT! **************** APOCALYPSE. The club that your inner 16 year old wants to sneak into. OVER 18's ONLY - ID will be required - R.O.A.R
Sunday 7 Jul 2015 - Friends Meeting House
Stories from the Sewers - How taps and toilets saved lives in Brighton and will transform towns and villages around the world. A fascinating free evening with talks by Geoff Mead a local historian, Ian Kirkaldy from Southern Water and Lyla Mehta from the Institute of Development Studies
Thursday 11 Jul 2015 - Brighton Open Market
Join us for a specatcular day of shopping and browsing the wonderful contemporary handmade 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/] 9.00am - 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 18 Jul 2015 - Brighton Racecourse
How do you fancy 5km of fast, frothy fun? Sign up for our brand new Bubble Rush at Brighton Race Course on Saturday 18th July and you'll get all that and more! • Run through walls of 4ft bubbles along the route – look out for the different colours • Everyone can take part – there is no age limit and the route is child friendly • Live entertainment throughout the day • Receive a free Bubble Rush t-shirt and goody bag for every Bubbler The first 500 to sign up can take advantage of our Early Bird prices and if you raise £100 in sponsorship you can even Bubble For Free! Sign up at https://demelza.org.uk/subs/forms/bubble-rush/ or call 01795 845288 for more info! We are offering the first 500 people to sign up "early bird" special entry fees: Children (15 and under) - £5.00; Adults - £20.00 After this, all remaining entry tickets will be priced as follows: Children (15 and under) - £7.50; Adults - £25.00
Friday 19 Jul 2015 - The Garden House
Every summer the Garden House holds a fantastic and fun event to fund-raise for a local charity, and this year we are supporting the Time To Talk Befriending charity. At the Garden House Charity Day we will have a variety of stalls selling plants, garden-related items and crafts, and we will be serving food all afternoon so drop in for lunch or for tea and a slice of homemade cake. Do come along and visit the garden, and bring your friends to support this really important local charity. As usual, we will have an amazing auction (starts 3pm), All proceeds go to the charity Opening Time: 11-6pm. Entrance £2.50 / Children FREE. Location: The Garden House, 5 Warleigh Road, Brighton BN1 4NT
Friday 19 Jul 2015 - Moulsecoomb tTain Station (bottom of the steps).
Join Ed Jones for a guided plant walk, where we will discover some of the edible and other uses of wild plants in Brighton. The plant walk will last around 2 hours. Meet at Moulsecoomb train station, at the bottom of the steps joining Queensdown School Road.
Thursday 25 Jul 2015 - The Knoyle Hall
Annual show by the Sussex Vintage Model Railway Collectors. See Hornby Trains, Hornby Dublo, Tri-ang, Trix Twin, Meccano and other old favourites in LIVELY action. Collectors’ sales, refreshments. Great for train buffs, collectors and just about anyone who enjoys a nostalgic experience with a strong child appeal. It's great for families to enjoy together ! NO ADMISSION CHARGE FOR CHILDREN (but they must be with an adult.)Near A23, main bus routes and Preston Park Station, unrestricted kerbside parking nearby. See videos of past shows on our website.
Thursday 25 Jul 2015 - The Green Centre
You are invited to THE GREEN CENTRE OPEN DAY AND £1 SALE Saturday 25th July 2015 11am to 3pm 39 Manor Hill, Brighton, BN2 5EL £1 Sale 100’s of 10p items Reduce / Re-Use / Recycle! Check our website for details Law of Mother Earth knitting & labelling Support our global campaign Colombia Gold Mine exhibition The smallest exhibition in the city Enjoy light refreshments in our community garden latest and up-to-date information; FACEBOOK: The Green Centre – Brighton TWITTER: @BtonGreenCentre www.thegreencentre.co.uk 01273 687700
Thursday 25 Jul 2015 - The Fair Shop
I am very pleased to announce a new kind of swish for Rags Revival, I have teamed up with the very fabulous FAIR (http://thefairshop.co.uk/) to bring you lovely ladies a boutique no less! It is an all day event from 11-6pm so feel free to pop in and have a little swap and a shop! FAIR will be doing a 10% discount on their products so even more incentive to come! You will only pay £5 if you are swishing you can come and check out the shop and have a snoop for free! You can bring up to 10 items of clothing or accessories to swap! You can find out more about what Rags Revival is all about at my website: http://swishing.wix.com/rags-revival
Friday 26 Jul 2015 - Moulsecoomb tTain Station (bottom of the steps).
Join Ed Jones for a guided plant walk, where we will discover some of the edible and other uses of wild plants in Brighton. The plant walk will last around 2 hours. Meet at Moulsecoomb train station, at the bottom of the steps joining Queensdown School Road.
Wednesday 31 Jul 2015 - Otherplace at the Basement,
Join us for a Pride Eve night of live music and laughs to celebrate the life of Sheila McWattie. Line-up includes: Grey matter - acoustic rock at its best Nicky Mitchell - divine jazz and comedy Al Start Band - queer folk fun Qululele - the UK's only gay Uke band - harmonies, humour and Hawaiian shirts DJ Lonesome spinning 40s 50s rockabilly-jazz-blues-proper rock n roll til midnight
Wednesday 31 Jul 2015 - Funky Fish Club
In 2013 we won the chance to perform at Brighton Pride, in 2014 we put on our own alternative drag tent and in 2015 we shall be hosting part of the main stage line up but on the 31st of July we shall also be doing something disastrously fabulous... That's right! HOGP + SPECIAL GUESTS: #PRIDAY We're unofficially, the horribly outrageous pre-party for your Brighton & Hove Pride - Official Page, on a FRIDAY. Yes that's right, a Friday night, and we have quite the show in store for you! We want glitter, we want glamor, we want trash bag-chic, we want you to come dressed as your aunties horse that you never rode, we want you to be whatever you want to be as you watch the most talentless pride show possible! Hosted by the incomparable Cherry Liquor Starring: House Of Grand Parade with Special Guests: - Glamour geordie Ginger Johnson - NYC beauty Imma Mess - Drag prince Alfie Ordinary - Burlesque champion Coco Deville - And house dog Penelope Pitbull ALSO we have DJ sets from both Kate Shields & DJ Sir Prize! BUT. It doesn't stop there, oh-no-no-no! We'll be throwing quite the after party associated with MINE! “MINE is a club night in which the party-goer who spends longer than 5 hours to get ready can dance/mince about to an unforgivable mesh of hits and Bratty pop music, all the while having glamorous photos taken to show your friends you're expensive and have a thriving unique and 'better-than-yours' social (media) life.” ***THERE IS TWO TICKET TARIFFS FOR THIS NIGHT*** Ticket Prices: Show & Afterparty: £7 ONLINE (£10 on the door) Afterparty only: £3 ONLINE (£5 on the door after midnight) THIS EVENT IS 18+ PLEASE BRING VALID ID TO PRESENT UPON ARRIVAL So, there you have it! Get ready for the most talentless show of the summer as we're gonna give it to you hard, deep and absolutely fabulously sweet'arts! Tickets Now Onsale Here: http://tinyurl.com/pjg522p
Monday 1 Aug 2015 - Funky Fish Club
Hot DJ's playing the best party anthems + Drag Hosts + 2 Bars + 2 dance Floors + Free entry all night long. Party from 7pm until 4am! www.brightonpride2015.com www.funkyfishclub.co.uk Link: Funkyfish Club, Brighton
Tuesday 2 Aug 2015 - Funky Fish Club
Brighton Twisted Market In the heart of the Sunday street party at the Funky Fish club, Brighton Twisted Market is offering free entry from 1-8, Jam packed with stalls selling fetish products and paraphernalia. We have performers inside and outside that are guaranteed to get your pulse racing and we don’t insist on a dress code to enter. The market is in its 4th year and getting bigger and better and we are so pleased to be part of Pride this year, bringing our traders from all over the UK, check the website, wwwbrightontwistedmarket.com . If you have never been to a fetish market before or an experienced pro, we welcome everyone to what is one of Brighton’s most inclusive events.
Tuesday 2 Aug 2015 - Funky Fish Club
Fetish Market from 2pm + Terrace party + DJ's + Performances Free Entry From 2pm till late info: www.brightonpride2015.com
Monday 15 Aug 2015 - Brighton Open Market
Join us this Summer at Brighton Open Market for lots of craft-y fun! After 8 years in the waiting The Open Market re-opened in summer 2014 and is now Brighton’s best destination for locally sourced goods, fresh food and a range of other market products and services. With permanent shops and cafés too, you’ll find something for everyone at Brighton Open Market! On Saturday 15th August The Fairy Tale Fair will inspire shoppers with 20 carefully chosen, high quality, handmade / hand designed stalls by local designer and makers. We also have some good quality vintage sellers will have a selection of yummy of cake & treat stalls too, as well as 20 of the markets traders and the permanent cafes to stop and relax in between all that shopping and browsing! Our fair is a real community event, we welcome families and all ages to come along and enjoy the crafty creations and treats! All our stall holders are local makers and we hope that you can come along to support and meet them and their wonderful creations. It is also a unique chance to purchase handmade, one off gifts that you certainly won’t find on the high street! Conveniently based in the centre of town, with the majority of Brighton & Hove buses stoping within a few steps of the market, and London Road car park just 5 minutes away. Avoid the stress, and queues or trooping from shop to shop on the high street and get all your gifts in one place with us instead! The market is also fully under cover, so you’ve no need to worry about the weather. Don’t miss our craft and vintage stalls selling handmade or hand designed gifts and creations. Jewellery, prints, cards, knitted items, felted items, chocolates, decorations, children’s items, baby clothes, art, vintage accessories… we’ll have it all covered! Along with other magical extras on the day too! The Open Market, Marshalls Row, London Road, BN1 4JU, Brighton. As outlined above the venue is located within the centre of Brighton, with over 85% of all Brighton & Hove buses stopping within minutes of the market. The London Road car park is about 5 minutes away. The venue is fully wheelchair and buggy accessible. There are toilets within the venue. The venue is fully undercover. Not Brighton based? How about a Brighton shopping trip!? Hope to see lots of you there!
Tuesday 30 Aug 2015 - Yellowave Beach Sports Centre
Fancy dipping your toes into the world of sea swimming? Looking for a challenge after your laps in the pool? Whether you’re a seasoned sea swimmer or want to experience the thrill of wild swimming for the first time, our ‘Martlets Saltwater Splash’ sponsored sea swim could be just the event to start your open water adventure. There are two distances to choose from, a 750m (1 lap) swim and a 1,500m (2 laps) swim for those who are more experienced sea swimmers. With a mass start from the beach, participants will swim around the buoyed triangular course before crossing the finishing line back on the beach. To register your interest, please contact Clem Hunnisett on 01273 747455 clem.hunnisett@martlets.org.uk
Friday 5 Sep 2015 - The Old Market
BRIGHTON SINGING AUDITIONS 2015 Singing auditions are coming to Brighton. Auditions for the exciting singing competition in Brighton, Open Mic UK, are coming this summer! The Brighton singing auditions are brought to you by Future Music who are responsible for bringing us acts such as Birdy, Jacob Banks, Lucy Spraggan, Jahmene Douglas and Luke Friend. TO ENTER THE BRIGHTON SINGING AUDITIONS, GO TO: http://www.openmicuk.co.uk The Brighton singing auditions for Open Mic UK will be looking to find the UK’s best singer, duo, vocal group or rapper to be crowned the Best On The Mic 2015! The auditions for the singing competition in Brighton are already anticipated to attract over 9,000 entrants this year, and now is the time to enter! Whether you’re into pop, RnB, acoustic or classical, the Brighton singing auditions are ready to find the greatest undiscovered talent from across the country. The Open Mic UK Brighton singing auditions provides a platform to help acts get noticed and offers winners the potential to be successfully launched in the UK as a major recording artist. The Brighton singing auditions for Open Mic UK are open to anyone. Audition slots for the Brighton singing auditions are available across the UK, so if you’re a singer, duo, vocal group or rapper and think you’ve got what it takes, enter Open Mic UK now! FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE BRIGHTON SINGING AUDITIONS AND TO ENTER, GO TO: http://www.openmicuk.co.uk
Friday 5 Sep 2015 - Cornerstone Community Centre
Does everything feel hard and unobtainable? Are you always looking at others and wondering why things just seem to be effortless for them? Maybe you are scared to speak up and let people know what you are thinking or feeling? If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of the above – then your confidence level is not at 100%. You will have a lot of self-doubt and always be second guess yourself for fear of not wanting to disappointment anyone. If you want to: - Learn what to do to boost your self confidence - Learn how to dress to impress – so that you can look good and grab attention! - Be able to talk & feel good instantly – and hold your head up high! - Be able to use the techniques in everyday life. . . - Know what you want and be able to ask for it! Then this workshop is for you….
Tuesday 23 Sep 2015 - The Keep Archives
Nella Last was a housewife, aged 49, from Barrow-in-Furness. Nella kept a detailed diary of her experiences of the Second World War and responded to the Mass Observation team’s call for members of the public to keep wartime diaries. This created the opportunity for women to gain a voice and to provide a social commentary of their lives and experiences. She documented how the wartime conditions affected her relationships with her husband, sons and her role in society. Nella continued to keep a diary for Mass Observation until 1967. Join us at The Keep for an afternoon of tea and talking; take the opportunity to delve further into the life of Nella Last.
Tuesday 30 Oct 2015 - The Grand Hotel
To celebrate 18 years of Martlets Hospice, IEP Financial is organising a fantastic Halloween Ball on Friday 30th October at The Grand Hotel, Brighton. An evening of brilliant entertaining and fundraising with all proceeds going to the Martlets Hospice.
Sunday 7 Nov 2015 - Brighton Racecourse
Back for a 3rd Year, Brighton’s biggest fair, the Brighton Christmas Gift Fair Spectacular showcases on Saturday 7th November 2015. Bring your Christmas list as this year is one to beat with unique shopping zones in Grandstand hall and premier hall plus an exciting Christmas market welcoming over 130 indoor and outdoor stands with 1000s of gifts to choose from. Shop for Christmas decorations, festive food & drink, stunning jewellery, ceramics, glassware, interior & home accessories, contemporary designs, beauty & fashion, vintage gifts, handmade crafts, traditional toys, children’s gifts, gardening gifts, gadgets and lots more! While the kids are enjoying themselves at the Grotto and Kids Zone, sample tasty treats in the food and drink zone or shop for exciting gifts you won’t see on the high street. Don’t miss the show performances, musicians, special guests and choir singers all live on stage! Plus we’re giving away free prize draws all day! Plus a FOOD & DRINK Zone & HAND MADE CRAFT ZONE. For much more show information, book tickets or see the show’s timetable visit Brighton Christmas gift Fair Spectacular! We can’t wait to see you! Visit the website for more information to book advance tickets or Santa Grotto www.brightonchristmasfair.co.uk
Friday 5 Dec 2015 - The Keep Archives
This introductory seminar seeks to introduce participants to the writing, language and dating of documents written in England and Wales during the last millennium, concentrating on the period since 1550. The tutor, Christopher Whittick, has taught palaeography and administrative history for several universities, including the archive training course at University College London. Participants will be sent papers in advance and be expected to have read and absorbed them by the date of the seminar; there will also be unseen work, and students are encouraged to send or bring their own examples which can then be deciphered in class. Please ring 01273 482349 to book your place and make payment.
Friday 5 Dec 2015 - Cornerstone Community Centre
So the Year is almost at an end. Are you looking back on it and thinking what have I accomplished or I am not where I thought I would be? Maybe you are feeling disappointed with yourself, another year gone and not what you planned it to be. If you are thinking or feeling any of the above then it’s important to remember the need to celebrate the steps that you accomplish in your life. So many of us get bogged down by what we are not achieving or doing etc that we overlook all the success that we have on a daily basis. I teach you: • Daily habits to help you to become more aware on your successes • Ways that you take on a positive mental attitude. • Teach you habits that will help you to remain focused and grounded • Show you just how far you have come • and take away the negative feeling & thoughts of all the things that haven’t happened yet!! • Celebrate your year with a BIG BANG!
Wednesday 3 Jul 2015 - The Synergy Centre
Join us at the launch party celebration for this unique and wonderful project and check out our new home in Brighton! Some of the evenings entertainments include: Dreadzone Sound System Mixmaster Morris Zubzub Tasha Fox Liquid Ross Aliji Dirty Scavenger Loads more exhibtion, talks, workshops, video and more to be announced. See you 3rd July ! 6pm - till very late Synergy Centre Brighton 78 West Street, BN1 2RA
Thursday 4 Jul 2015 - Latest Music Bar
We here at Draggle Rock are back with a brand spanking new show! The Spookeasy! Think 1920's to 40's speakeasy with a helping of horror! We encourage fancy dress so crack out those fedora's , pinstriped suits, flapper girl dresses and don't forget the fake blood! We've got a great line up including burlesque, poledancers, drag and more all hosted by drag king Richard Reckless. So come on down for a night of debauchery!
Thursday 4 Jul 2015 - The Synergy Centre
Our launch weekend continues on Saturday 4th July when we welcome festival legends SEIZE THE DAY to our new digs at The Brighton Synergy Centre! 5.00 - 6.00 West African Drumming Workshop 6.00 - 7.00 - West African Dance workshop 7.30 - 8.00 - Theo Simon (Seize The Day)- Live Q&A 8.15 - 9.00 - Jacko Hooper 9.30 - 10.30 - Seize The Day 11.00 - 12.00 - Kakatistisi Drummers Tickets are £6.50 in advance, £8 on the door. Concessions of £6.00 on the door. Seize The Day have been leading the charge in using music to support and facilitate positive social change for the last 20 years. They are a tremendously vibrant and ultra-energetic acoustic band whose songs draw on many popular traditions but have a radical new content, reflecting the political and personal struggles of our times. The truly live up to their tagline, of Bold, Beautiful, Frontline Folk. Jacko Hooper is a gifted singer-songwriter who is fast garnering the attention of fans and the music industry alike. His Folklore night has become the go to place for upcoming local acoustic talent, with his own spellbinding performances setting a high calibre for others to emulate. Also on the line up we have Kakatistsi, Master Drummers from Ghana. The Kakatsitsi are one of the most established drumming groups in the UK and include leading traditional drummers, dancers and singers in their number. They have for 13 years performed in the UK at arts centres, theaters, festivals and community events. A recent highlight was playing an afrobeat collaboration with electronica pioneers THE ORB at Glastonbury - Available Online: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01c38ll Not only will they be performing, but the group will be giving lessons in West African drumming and dance from 5 for ticket holders!
Monday 8 Aug 2015 - Firle Park
Vintage Summer event in the beautiful surroundings of popular Firle. After the success of last year, the Vintage fair will be held at Firle Park with the stunning backdrop of Firle Place. This is a two-day event with an excellent atmosphere, a great line up of well-known vintage style Jazz bands and solo artists, preforming at our pavilion though out the weekend. We have a unique and varied good quality range of Antique & vintage home ware stalls, French furniture, classic design clothes, European brocante, vintage jewellery, artisan tea room, champagne bar and all in true vintage fashion!
Monday 22 Aug 2015 - Various Venues, Brighton
A two day event to experience the taste of Thailand this summer at Preston Park, Brighton is brought to you by Magic of Thailand. Treat yourself to a weekend wonder and bring along your families and friends to feel a touch of Thai culture, where you can challenge your taste buds and feast your eyes on world class food and performances. Unwind with a traditional Thai massage and don't miss the unique eating competition and Muay Thai boxing and blindfold boxing competition. The festival starts with a traditional food offering to Buddhist monks and entertainment throughout the day includes, traditional music and dancing, Ladyboy show, Thai beer garden, Thai food and produce stalls, Thai massage and children's play area. Date: Sat 22nd and Sun 23rd August 2015 Time: 10am to 7pm Day Ticket: Adult: £3; Child: £1; Under 5’s: Free How to get there: By Train: Brighton Station By Bus: 5, 5A, 17, 33, 40, 40X, 91, 270, 273, 769 By Car: Preston Park, Brighton BN1 6AU Follow us on Facebook: London Poole Brighton ThaiFestival Website: www.magicofthailand.co.uk
Friday 19 Sep 2015 - Victoria Gardens
Fiery Food Festival is a celebration of spicy food and in particular the chilli. Hot food and chilli related products will be on sale. There will be the annual National Chilli Award competition, Chilli Eating Competition, Cooking demonstrations, Music, Comedy, Beer and Chilli Cocktails.
Sunday 28 Mar 2016 - Various Venues, Brighton
6th International Conference on Bioinformatics is going to be held at Valencia, Spain during March 28-29, 2016 which concentrates on foremost topics such as Structural Bioinformatics, Systems Biology, Evolutionary Biology, Emerging Trends in Proteomics and Genomics, Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering, Bioinformatics Algorithms, Tool and Databases, Bio-statistics, Immunology and Drug Discovery, Clinical Informatics, Translational Bioinformatics, Molecular Enzymology, Bioinformatics Business Trends
Tuesday 2 Jul 2015 - Tesco Hove
Join Team FareShare at the nation’s biggest food collection to help fight hunger in the UK. In just three hours, you could collect enough tins, cans and store-cupboard staples for more than 500 meals for people in need. Volunteering involves handing out shopping lists and collecting food donations as customers leave the store. The food collection takes place over 3 days on the 2nd - 4th July and we are asking for people to volunteer for 3 hour slots. To let us know when you can come and help please register on our website or email us at faresharebh@gmail.com
Wednesday 3 Jul 2015 - Stanmer Park
Yeehaw! You are cordially invited to our Beer & Music Festival on American Independence Day Weekend. Enjoy a slice of southern hospitality: delicious ales, fruity ciders, a big barbeque, & lots of live music, all while soaking up the Stanmer sunshine! The festival is free to enter, and is guaranteed to be a great event for all the family.
Saturday 13 Jul 2015 - Cubar
Stress Management-2015 welcomes attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world to Philadelphia, USA. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the “Stress Management Summit (Stress Management-2015)”, which is going to be held during July 13-15, 2015 Philadelphia, USA. The main theme of the conference is "Novel discoveries and strategies for management of stress" which covers a wide range of critically important sessions. The conference would lay a platform for interaction among the experts throughout the world and aims in accelerating the discussion for management of stress which is major issue for youth throughout the globe. For more details please visit- http://stressmanagement.global-summit.com/
Wednesday 17 Jul 2015 - All Saints Centre
This year’s Lewes Speakers’ Festival, which takes place from 17th to 19th of July 2015 (at www.lewesspeakersfestival.com) brings together our best line-up yet. Amongst others: Dennis Skinner MP tells his life story in conversation with Kevin Maguire; best-selling author Louis de Bernieres speaks about his latest novel: ‘The Dust that Falls from Dreams’; and Christina Lamb, who co-wrote: ‘I am Malala’ with the Nobel-prize winner, speaks about Afghanistan. Controversially, on the one hand, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown gives a polemic against wearing the veil and the exotic elements of English culture and on the other Peter Lloyd of the Mail locks horns with Zoe Williams of the Guardian on the topic of men’s rights. A C Grayling returns to speak on the ‘Challenge of things’ and Dr David Lewis to speak on the global epidemic of obesity. Ex-international rugby player Richard Parks speaks about the expedition challenges he undertook that were filmed for a TV series this year and Jason Lewis recounts his record as the first person to circumnavigate the world using human power only. There are further talks on the painter JM Turner, Africa, terrorism, drone warfare and Chloe Combi’s thoughts on ‘Generation Z’. Tickets are now available at www.lewesspeakersfestival.com
Friday 26 Oct 2015 - Dorothy Stringer Sports Complex
Translational Medicine-2015 welcomes attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world to Baltimore, USA. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the “4th International Conference on Translational Medicine which is going to be held during October 26-28, 2015 at Baltimore, USA.
Sunday 7 Jul 2015 - Langfords Hotel
Danny La Rue was one of the UK's biggest and highest paid stars in his heyday, known for his glamorous and expensive frocks, this is a rare opportunity to see up close some of Danny's spectacular stage costumes created for him by Annie Galbraith. There will be some of Danny's wigs, photographs and memorabilia on display too.

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