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The List November 2012

What’s on across the city in November


Visual Arts Addresses and opening times of galleries are given at the end of this publication. 10 March 2012 – 10 March 2013 Charlotte, the Forgotten Princess - An exhibition devoted to the short life and tragic death of Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales, Exhibition is free with Royal Pavilion admission – Royal Pavilion 10 March – 16 November My Favourite Toy - Whether it’s a teddy, dolls house or a transforming car, this exhibition celebrates toys of all kinds, from across the eras, Free Admission – Hove Museum 3 May – 25 November Fashion and the Flag - Brighton Museum is putting on a special display in the Fashion & Style gallery entitled Fashion and the Flag, which will feature fashions which use the Union Jack as a fabric or design inspiration, Free Entry – Brighton Museum 23 June 2012 – 23 June 2013 World Stories: Young Voices - An innovative new world culture gallery has opened at Brighton Museum and Art Gallery. This is a partner project in the Stories of the World programme; an official part of the London 2012 Festival – Brighton Museum 22 September – 14 April 2013 Biba & Beyond: Barbara Hulanicki – This major fashion exhibition at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery celebrates the innovative, unique and distinctive creative flair that Barbara Hulanicki has brought to all of her work. Admission payable – Brighton Museum 27 October – 02 April 2013 Pagodas: An Installation by Geraldine Pilgrim - Four stunning new pagodas commissioned specially for the Royal Pavilion will be installed for six months from this autumn – Royal Pavilion

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Theatres and Shows 30 October – 03 November The Sacred Flame – Putting a twist on the classic murder mystery, this part thriller, part love story is by the enduringly popular playwright and novelist, W Somerset Maugham, whose brilliance is discovered afresh in this vivid new production. This tense and graceful play is a fascinating exploration of love, devotion and family. 7:45pm, Thurs & Sat matinee 2:30pm, £12-£29.50 – Theatre Royal 05 – 10 November The Judas Kiss - Rupert Everett plays Oscar Wilde with Freddie Fox as Lord Alfred Douglas in David Hare’s The Judas Kiss – a compelling drama about the power of all-consuming love and the cruelty of betrayal. It is 1895 and Oscar Wilde’s masterpiece, The Importance of Being Earnest, is playing in the West End after a triumphant premiere, but already the wheels are in motion which will lead to his imprisonment, downfall and vilification. Forced to make a choice between his lover, Lord Alfred Douglas, and his freedom, the ever romantic Wilde embarks on a course towards self-destruction… 7:45pm, £19-£39 – Theatre Royal Brighton 09 – 17 November The Price - Years after an angry breakup, Victor and Walter Franz are reunited by the death of their once wealthy father. As they sort through his possessions in an old Manhattan attic the memories evoked by his belongings stir up old hostilities, they are forced to confront hidden truths and they realise just how big a price they've had to pay for their decisions. Set in real time, all within the cramped and overcrowded attic, Arthur Miller claimed this was his best play, 7:45pm, Matinee 11th November 2:30pm. No evening performances Sunday 11th, Monday 12th and Thursday 15th £9, £10 final Fri and Sat night, £7 Tues – New Venture Theatre 12 – 17 November Driving Miss Daisy - Having broken records on Broadway and played to sold-out audiences in London’s West End, David Esbjornson’s award winning, smash hit production has dazzled audiences and critics alike. This heart-warming play is now on tour across the UK for a strictly limited season. Inspiration for the much-loved Oscar-winning smash hit movie, Driving Miss Daisy is the charming, poignant and utterly compelling tale of the unlikely, long-lasting friendship that blossoms between a prickly, elderly southern matriarch, Daisy Werthan (Gwen Taylor) and her kindhearted chauffeur, Hoke Colburn (Don Warrington). As the wheels turn and the decades roll by against a backdrop of prejudice, inequality and civil unrest, the pair slowly transcend their differences and ultimately grow to rely on each other far more than either ever expected. Sparklingly funny, irresistibly heart-warming and with a wonderful much-loved cast, Driving Miss Daisy is the must-see show of 2012, 7:45pm, 2:30 matinee Thurs & Sat, £10-£35 – Theatre Royal Brighton 16 – 18 November The Trials and Tribulations of Mr Pickwick - This is a humorous adaptation of parts of The Pickwick Papers adapted and performed by Nigel Nevinson, 7:45pm, £8/£6 – The Purple Theatre, 36 Montefiore Road

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29 November – 01 December Moscow City Ballet's The Nutcracker - Moscow City Ballet is currently at its outstanding artistic best - winning new invitations to perform internationally. Artistic Director Smirnov-Govolanov’s version of Nutcracker has an innovative freshness and the orchestra, choreography, interpretation, beauty and outstanding virtuoso performances win repeatedly rave reviews. Tchaikovsky ‘big story ballets’ are the essence of Russian culture - composed, choreographed and premiered in Russia. Seeing performances by Moscow dancers never fails to add that magical ingredient of Russian soul, 7:30pm Thurs, 4:30pm & 8pm Fri, 2:30pm & 7:30pm Sat, £19-£36 – Theatre Royal Brighton

Guided Walks & Tours Blue Badge Guides: BrightonWalks – Every Thursday and Saturday at 11am from outside Brighton Pier. An hour long sightseeing tour which is an ideal way to orientate yourself around the city and learn about this cosmopolitan city both past and present, Adults £5 Concessions £3 book in advance at info@brightonwalks.com or by text to +44 (0)7775 870195. Brighton Revisited - First time in Brighton? Then this is for you. On foot or by coach, this half-day tour can take you from the charm of the 'Lanes' in the heart of the city, to the grandeur of the Regency squares, crescents and palace. Contact us on info@brightonrevisited.co.uk or by phone: +44 (0)7899 847352 Glenda Clarke – Registered Blue Badge tour guide Tel: +44 (0)1273 888596 to arrange a guide. Walks include Secret City, Brighton Past and Present, Offbeat Brighton, Brighton A-Z, Quadrophenia film tour and Mods & Rockers. Only in Brighton - Only in Brighton tour runs most Fridays & Saturdays 7pm, To confirm, check website or ring +44 (0)7954 482112 – Meet Outside Al Duomo Restaurant, next to the Royal Pavilion Shop. Walking Dead Tour - Based on Peter James's first two novels in his Roy Grace series, Dead Simple and Looking Good Dead this walk is a journey through Roy Grace's Brighton, 3-5 pm. Saturdays, £10/£8 Cons, Under 5s free. info@brightonwalks.com or by text to +44 (0)7775 870195. Other Guided Walks and Tours: Brighton City Walks – The Brighton story guided walk is open all year, booking is essential please contact Julian Clapp to enquire or book a tour on 07941256148 Ghost Walks of the Lanes - Ghost Walk of the Lanes runs for 12 months of the year (excluding Christmas and New Year period) on Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri & Sat at 7:30pm & every day in June, July & August. No need to book – just turn up! – Meet outside Druid’s Head, Brighton Place

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North Laine Guided Walks - This is an ideal opportunity to learn about the history of the North Laine and have the uses of our older buildings explained. These tours will suit residents and visitors alike, Sundays: 11am, Wednesdays 6pm: £3 donation – Meet outside Brighton Museum Palmeira Mansions Tour – Every first Sunday of the month - Take a glimpse back at Victorian life in a house tour which reveals the opulence, taste and lifestyle of a nouveau riche gentleman, 11am, £6/£5 – 33 Palmeira Mansions Take a Tour of the Oldest Hotel in Brighton - The First Friday of the month, and every Friday in August, tour takes approximately one hour, The Royal Escape, Smuggling, and Grand Occasions, 6pm, £5 – The Old Ship Hotel Theatre Royal Backstage Tours - Every Saturday, the tour is full of intriguing insights into the history and present day workings of Theatre Royal Brighton, 11:30am, £6 – Theatre Royal

Other Events 01 October – 04 November Autumn Lates - After four highly successful years, White Night is taking a break in 2012 whilst co-ordinators make plans to develop its second phase. This October – and during the first weekend in November – several of the city’s arts organisations are putting on special evening events. These range from Brighton Photo Biennial talks and late openings to DRAW’s extravaganza at The Old Market and Brighton Early Music Festival’s tenth anniversary celebration, as well as the Lantern Fayre on The Level, participatory events at Brighton Museum and Brighton Youth Centre and gardening soirees in Warleigh Road – Various Venues 26 October – 12 November Brighton Early Music Festival - 18 events in Brighton’s most stunning buildings. Including a rare performance of the 1589 Florentine Intermedi written for the most spectacular Medici wedding of all time – early music meets aerial dance! Various Venues 01 November How Did Lady Ellen Eat A Banana? - A workshop-style introduction to the lost arts of Edwardian etiquette, 10.30–11.30am & 1.30–2.30pm, Admission payable – Royal Pavilion 01 November Clockheart Boy - Delightfully enchanting, energetic and colourful family show. When a boy with no heart is washed ashore, the Professor and his creations vow to bring him back to life, 11:30am & 3pm, £7/£5 – The Old Market

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01 November Autumn Lates – Edmund Clark - Brighton Photo Biennial 2012 artist, and 2012 Prix Pictet nominee, Edmund Clark discusses his practice which explores modes of control, living under conditions of surveillance, censorship and representation, 7pm, £3 – Lighthouse 01 November Laugh Out Proud - Every Thursday, Proud brings you a weekly cavalcade of 3 top international comedy acts, together with regular comperes, 7pm, £10-22 – Proud Cabaret Brighton 01 November Gong - Born from the revolutionary late sixties, GONG as a band never stays still, 7:30pm, £20 – Concorde 2 01 November Hammer & Tongue - Showcasing the best in performance poetry and spoken word, 7:30pm, £5 – Komedia 01 November Making Buses in Brighton and Hove Popular – Hove Civic Society Visit to the Conway Street bus depot and lecture by Roger French, Managing Director, Brighton and Hove Buses, 7:30pm, £3 – Courtlands Hotel 01 November Dan Clark – These Songs May Contain Jokes - Musical comedy combining indie pop melodies with ridiculously silly lyrics, 8pm, £14/£16 – Komedia 01 November Rod Picott – Known for his entrancing live show and darkly humorous storytelling, Americana singer/songwriter Rod Picott brings his autumn tour to The Latest Music Bar, 8pm, £8 02 November Lunchtime Concerts - Classical concerts, performed by local musicians, 12:30 – 1:15pm, £3 sold on the Door – Brighton Unitarian Church 02 November Lawson – Liverpool band Lawson may have only snapped up a record deal with Polydor a year ago, but they have already done more than most bands would ever dream of, 6:30pm, sold out – Concorde 2 02 November Autumn Lates – Late Night Openings BPB – Louise Purbrick and Anabella Pollen, lecturers in History of Art and Design at the University of Brighton, discuss the concept of ‘the Other’ in photography in a late night walking tour of BPB12 exhibitions, 8pm, free – All the Brighton Photo Biennial Venues 02 November Paul Foot – Kenny Larch is Dead - Expect the unexpected from the man The Independent described as “sublime, original and brilliant” recent UK TV credits include Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC3), 8pm, £12.50 – Komedia

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02 November Applesauce Launch Party Featuring Vitalic Live - Concorde 2 proudly presents applesauce, Brighton's brand new club night featuring the biggest names in disco, house, electro and techno from around the world, 11pm, £12 – Concorde 2 02 – 03 November Krater Comedy Club - Krater Comedy Club - Eat, drink, watch and laugh as 3 top stand-ups and one of the best MCs on the comedy circuit entertain you, Fri 8pm, Saturday: 7pm, 8pm, & 10:30pm £5 - £38 – Komedia 03 November Brighton to London Future Car Challenge - Motoring Event to Challenge Cars of the Future – Madeira Drive 03 November Haunted House Tours - A light-hearted spooky tour of Brighton’s most haunted house led by Preston Manor’s funny housemaids, Daisy and Maisy, 10.30–11.30am & 1.30–2.30pm, Admission payable – Preston Manor 03 November Autumn Lates – The Drawing Circus: Manifesto - Part drawing class, part installation, 'Manifesto' is a theatrical life drawing extravaganza, 6pm-midnight, £7/£5 – The Old Market 03 November Family Firework Spectacular 2012 - This is a truly spectacular firework display designed to be suitable for everyone, especially families with children, Gates open at 5.00pm. The firework display starts at 6.30pm, £6/£5 – Nevill Recreation Ground 03 November Toyah – The Changeling Resurrection - Celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of The Changeling, Toyah & her full band, will perform a selection of songs from the album alongside classic material as heard on the Warrior Rock live album, 6:30pm, £19.50 – Concorde 2 03 November London Philharmonic Orchestra – Nielsen Pan and Syrinx, Dvořák Violin Concerto and Rachmaninoff Symphony No. 3, 7:30pm, £10-£32.50 – Brighton Dome 03 November Freebass present The Big Banger! - The bass goes boom! Brighton's biggest, baddest bass bash presents it's loudest and most firing party of the year, 11pm, free entry – Concorde 2 04 November RAC Veteran Car Run - Annual London to Brighton Veteran Car Rally – Madeira Drive 04 November The Short Film Loop - A collection of short films by young and upcoming photographers and film makers, 10am-5pm, free – The Old Market

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04 November Brighton Vintage Fair - The Brighton Vintage Fair is back! And this time for a big Autumn/Winter special! Midday, £2 – Brighton Dome 04 November Alt-J - Alt-J - named after a keyboard shortcut - have this year released their debut album, 'An Awesome Wave', receiving widespread praise and critical acclaim along with a dedicated and growing fan base, 7pm, sold out! – Concorde 2 04 November Bent Double - An irreverent night of fun and frolics hosted by if.comedy Best Newcomer 2007 award nominee, and as seen on BBC 2's Mock the Week and Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, Zoe Lyons, 7:30pm, £8.50/£10.50/£5 student special 04 November Bark like a Dog Blues Jam- Musicians of all abilities are welcome to join in the fun and either replace or play alongside a band member, 8pm, free – Latest Music Bar 05 November Brighton Lions Fireworks Display - The event is the biggest single fireworks display in Sussex and has been previously recommended as one of the top ten displays in the UK by The Times, 6pm gates open, £10 adults, £5 under 16’s – Probiz County Cricket Ground 05 November Ladyhawk – Live music plus guests, 7pm, £14 – Concorde 2 05 November Kristina Train - Singer Announces Tour Of Some Of The UK’s Best Loved Music Venues To Support The Release Of Her Debut UK Album ‘Dark Black’, 7:30pm, £12 – Komedia 05 November DigiTune presents: Intimate Brighton - A music based event connecting acoustic music with a passionate audience. This is the 5th event run, with previous events all being a success and some great music on show, 8pm, £4/£3 – Latest Music Bar 06 November Conversation Piece – An informal discussion event about themes in the current exhibition, with free tea and cake, 2:30-4pm, free with complimentary refreshments 06 November Action for Happiness - Action for Happiness is a movement for positive social change. We are bringing together people from all walks of life who want to play a part in creating a happier society for everyone, 7:30pm, free entry – Latest Music Bar 06 November Krystle Warren - Music that hovers between funk, folk and jazz, 7:30pm, £15 – Komedia

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06 November Polica - Hotly tipped for album of the year, now coming to Brighton fresh from a sold out show at London's Camp, 7:30pm, £10 – Concorde 2 06 November Yasmin Levy – Word music sensation - Spanish, Turkish and more, 7:30pm, £20 – The Old Market 07 November Tennis Bracelet – Make this piece of jewellery as a bracelet or choker using Swarovski bicones & round faceted crystallised elements, 10am, £25 – The Brighton Bead Shop 07 November Lunchtime Recitals - Lunch time recitals every Wednesday at 12.30pm, please call ahead to confirm details. A minimum donation of £2 towards recital expenses is appreciated – St Nicholas Church 07 November Stamped Silver and Sari Silk Bracelet workshop - This bracelet will make a beautiful, unique gift - if you can bear to give it away, 7pm, £40 per session, www.cascadestyle.co.uk/events/, 07799 071919 – Brighton Area 07 November Nuit Francais – Entertainment while you dine and drink from established Brighton gypsy jazz band Ultraswing, Special menu available of divine Moules Frites and wine or beer for £14.95. Vegetarian and vegan option available too, 7:30pm – Alcove 07 November Paper Aeroplanes - Well-crafted acoustic songs that are both haunting and emotive, 7:30pm, £8 – Komedia 07 November Thea Gilmore – An utterly beautiful voice and songs that touch on folk, jazz, rock and Americana. Bruce Springsteen is a fan, no less, 7:30pm, £12 – Komedia 07 November Wardrobe Surgery Taters – Start to restore and revive your wardrobe by coming along to one of our wardrobe surgery taster events. 5th October: 11am, 18th October: 8pm, 7th November: 8pm, Free Entry, www.cascadestyle.co.uk/events/, 07799 071919– Brighton Area 08 November Ian McCulloch – Live music, 7pm, £16.50 – Concorde 2 08 November Walking Papers & Gun - You do not want to miss this extravaganza of American Rock 'n' Roll and the chance to see true rock legends in such an intimate venue, 7pm, £12 – The Haunt

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08 November The Martlet’s Crime Quiz hosted by Author Peter James - The Martlets first ever Crime Quiz, hosted by author Peter James, sold out within days of the tickets going on sale, 7:30pm, £20 – Thistle Brighton 08 November The Noise Next Door’s Comedy Lock-In! - A home coming show following their huge sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe on a wave of critical acclaim, 8pm, £19 (meal deal)/£10 – Komedia 08 November Tigran Hamasyan - With recent performances on Later...with Jools Holland (BBC 2) and radio sessions with Gilles Peterson, this 24-year-old jazz pianist’s music is inspired, 8pm, £15 – Komedia 08 November Laughtermarket - They say laughter is the best medicine, after Prozac. We at Laughtermarket recommend 40mg new comedians with a supplement of 20mg award-winning headline acts, administered once monthly at The Old Market by a registered MC. Side-effects may include chuckling, chortling, wheezing, shortness of breath, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, coma or death, 8pm, £3 – The Old Market 08 November Catalyst Club – Monthly event which blends the old traditions of a French Salon with debating societies, 8pm, £5 Latest Music Bar 08 November Bohemia Jazz Lounge - Join Matthew vanKan at Bohemia, Brighton. This stylish venue in the heart of The Lanes is the perfect setting for an evening of cocktails served up with a selection of jazz & swing tunes! 9-11pm, free – Bohemia 09 November Using Crimps - Use crimps and plastic coated wire to make a simple yet stylish necklace, 10am, free – The Brighton Bead Shop 09 November Tiaras - Basic techniques will be taught to get you on your way to making tiaras, 12 midday, free – The Brighton Bead Shop 09 November Lunchtime Concerts - Classical concerts, performed by local musicians, 12:30 – 1:15pm, £3 sold on the Door – Brighton Unitarian Church 09 November The Blockheads ’35 Anniversary Tour’ - The Blockheads still perform to packed out venues around the world, 7:30pm, £17.50 – Concorde 2 09 November The Voice of Nouvelle Vague - Marina Celeste. Lemur Promotions presents The voice of Nouvelle Vague in the perfect intimate setting, 7:30pm, £14.50/£13.50 – Latest Music Bar

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09 November 12 Step Comedy – 8pm, £5 – Iron Duke 09 November Roots Garden Sound System Special - The much awaited return of Roots Garden's Reggae and Dub Sound System Special, 11pm, £5 – Concorde 2 09-11 November Krater Comedy Club - Krater Comedy Club - Eat, drink, watch and laugh as 3 top stand-ups and one of the best MCs on the comedy circuit entertain you, Fri 8pm, Saturday: 7pm, 8pm, & 10:30pm £5 - £38 – Komedia 10 November Claudia Brucken - Live music. Plus guests TBA, 7pm, £18.50 – Concorde 2 10 November The Kings of the Jungle! - Featuring 100% wall to wall junglist legends with back to back sets, 11pm, £8 – Concorde 2 10 November – 20 January 2013 Royal Pavilion’s Christmas Ice Rink - With the former Royal pleasure palace as backdrop, the 800 square metre rink has space for 250 skaters per session, offering seasonal fun and a unique and special Christmas experience. Jamie Oliver’s Fabulous Feasts will create this year’s “pop-up” restaurant and bar at the beautiful Brighton Royal Pavilion Ice Rink, making it the perfect Christmas party destination, various times and prices 10 – 11 November The Short Film Loop - A collection of short films by young and upcoming photographers and film makers, 10am-5pm, free – The Old Market 11 November Ten To One by Pete Howells - Book Launch, 5pm, £4 (all profits to charity; Children with Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties) – The Old Market 11 November Zappa plays Zappa - To follow up on the amazing success of last years ‘Apostrophe’ UK tour, Dweezil Zappa and his “rocking teenage combo” will return to the Brighton Centre in November, 6:30pm, £29.50-£39.50 11 November Alice Amelia – Live music, 7pm, £4/£3 – The Latest Music Bar 11 November Lord Finesse and Jehst - More hip-hop greatness than you can shake a stick at on this double-bill! 7pm, £10/£12 – Concorde 2 11 November Lee Nelson: Live - Star of Live at the Apollo (BBC1) and two series of the smashhit comedy Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show (BBC3), 7:30pm, £23.50 – Theatre Royal Brighton

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11 November Customise and Embellish workshop - Learn simple techniques for customising and embellishing plain garments using vintage fabric, ribbons, beads and buttons, 7:30pm, £30 per session, www.cascadestyle.co.uk/events/, 07799 071919 – Brighton Area 12 November Jessie Ware - Don’t miss your chance to see one of the most promising breakthrough acts of the year, 7:30pm, sold out! – Concorde 2 13 November Mumiy Troll + Losers - The Russians are coming and look out because they’re grinding guitar pop with a capital P mixed with a bucket full of camp and a distinctly dark side! 7:30pm, £10 – The Haunt 13 November Charity Chuckle - Aisling Bea - 2012 Winner of So You Think You’re Funny, 8pm, £8/£5 – Latest Music Bar 13 November Martha Tilston - A captivating performer and an enchanting singer-songwriter blessed with a gloriously clear and seductive voice, 8pm, £12.50 – Komedia 14 November Charming Chain Mail Necklace - This chain mail is made using 3 different sizes of jumpring and glass drops. It is suitable for those new to chain mail or those wishing to learn a new design, 10am, £25 – The Brighton Bead Shop 14 November Lunchtime Concerts - Classical concerts, performed by local musicians, 12:30 – 1:15pm, £3 sold on the Door – Brighton Unitarian Church 14 November Marcus Foster - Soulful mix of rock and blues, with a gravelly voice and guitar work revealing influences from Dylan to Tom Waits, 7:30pm, £7 – Komedia 14 November Nuit Francais – Entertainment while you dine and drink from established Brighton gypsy jazz band Ultraswing, Special menu available of divine Moules Frites and wine or beer for £14.95. Vegetarian and vegan option available too, 7:30pm – Alcove 14 November Craftganza Live - Free creative meet-ups for all who are interested in the contemporary craft scene in Brighton & Hove, 7:30pm, free – The Old Market 14 November Gerry McAvoy’s Band of Friends – A celebration of Rory Gallagher - Not a tribute, more of a celebration of the life and music of a man who produced some of the greatest rock/blues albums of the 60's, 70's and the 80's, 7:30pm, £15 – Komedia

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14 November Laetitia Sadier – Laetitia Sadier is a French musician best-known as the singer of the post-rock band Stereolab, 7:30pm, £10 – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar 14 November Alex Taylor - Alex Taylor grew up in South London, the youngest son of celebrated jazz legends John Taylor and Norma Winstone, 7:30pm, £5 – Latest Music Bar 15 November Denise Blacks Loose Screw - The Loose Screw really does defy categorization nodding as it does to rock to folk to Cuban(ish) to 60s/90s psychedelia to theatre/cabaret, 7:30pm, £6/£8 – Latest Music Bar 15 November Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman - Two of the British folk scene’s most accomplished performers return to the fray showing their passion as a duo, combined with an eclectic repertoire, 7:30pm, £12 – Komedia 15 November Live Soul Night - Up-and-coming singer songwriters Daniela and Sarah Benton showcase new songs in a pop, soul and RnB vein, 8pm, £5 – Komedia 15 November – 02 December CINECITY Film Festival 2012 - Celebrating 10 editions of CINECITY the 2012 festival will stretch across the city into 10 separate venues including the Duke of York’s Picturehouse for a packed programme featuring the very best in international cinema, www.cine-city.co.uk/ – Various Venues 16 November Wire - Using wire to create all kinds of jewellery. Try bending, coiling, hammering and making your own findings, 10am, free – The Brighton Bead Shop 16 November Memory Wire - Use this quick and easy jewellery wire to make a necklace and bracelet, 12 midday, free – The Brighton Bead Shop 16 November Lunchtime Concerts - Classical concerts, performed by local musicians, 12:30 – 1:15pm, £3 sold on the Door – Brighton Unitarian Church 16 November Easy All Star All Stars - Following up on Easy Stars All-Stars’ hugely successful reggae tribute albums comes the New York-based reggae tribute super-group’s adaptation of the greatest selling record of all time – Michael Jackson’s Thriller, 7pm, £16 – Concorde 2 16 November Music and Wine at St Luke’s - Featuring four of the most brilliant composers for this genre: Beethoven, Janáček, Prokofiev and the astonishing Enescu sonata, 7:30pm, £7/£5 – St Luke’s Church

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16 November Funny Women Brighton Nights - This month’s Brighton Nights will feature a fantastic mix of new comedy and some Funny Women favourites, 8pm, £10/£8 – Komedia 16 November Mae Martin – Comedy, 8pm, £5 – Iron Duke 16 November Born Bad - Another wild night of delinquent rhythms, red-hot rockabilly, 50’s rock‘n’roll, ‘60’s garage, surf and exotica for hep cats and kittens, 11pm, £6/£5 – Komedia 16 November Run Tingz Sessions – Club night, 11pm, £10 early bird tickets – Concorde 2 16 – 18 November Krater Comedy Club - Eat, drink, watch and laugh as 3 top stand-ups and one of the best MCs on the comedy circuit entertain you, Fri 8pm, Saturday: 7pm, 8pm, & 10:30pm £5 - £38 – Komedia 17 November Tash Dash - A 5km Fundraising Fun Run to raise funds for local charities and organizations that support men and boys in the areas of health and social wellbeing, 11am – Hove Lawns Café 17 November Santa’s Grotto and Christmas Giving Tree Launch - Come along to Churchill Square on the 17th November to see the launch of Santa's grotto and the Christmas Giving Tree Appeal, 11am, free entry, gifts from Santa £4.50 – Churchill Square Shopping Centre 17 November PLAID - An electronica extravaganza! Plaid present their epic full live AV show to Brighton! 7pm, £15 – Concorde 2 17 November The Australian Choir - The Australian Voices are Australia's premier choir, they are currently doing an 80 gig tour all over the UK for the first time in 10 years, 7.30pm, £15/£12 Concessions, £6 School Children – St John the Baptist Church 17 November Spellbound - Cherry Foxx and Simon Price play alternative ‘80s classics by the likes of Adam and The Ants, Joy Division, Siouxie, Soft Cell and The Smiths, 9pm, £6/£5 – Komedia 17 November Playgroup PLAID Official After Party - Part 2 of Playgroups 8 hour mini-festival with Reso + Slugabed and Tripper. 11pm, free entry for Plaid ticket holders or £6 – Concorde 2

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18 November Steve Hewlett’s Amazing Variety Show - A fast moving variety show with loads of laughs, a touch of magic, song and dance produced and hosted by Steve Hewlett; a full afternoon’s entertainment for all the family, 2:30pm, £16 – Brighton Dome 18 November Heatwave and Aswad - Come and step back in time with Heatwave & Aswad plus Soul Survivor DJs live at Concorde2, 7:30pm, £20 – Concorde 2 18 November The Lovely Brothers - Cult local band whose cabaret tunes combine tongue-incheek satire, pop plagiarism and punk mayhem, 8pm, £4 – Komedia 20 November Café Scientifique – Over the last few months there has been much discussion concerning the commitment of pharmaceutical companies to the development of new treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease. In his presentation, Professor Atack will describe the current status of the field, particularly the recent well-publicised failures of drugs in late-stage development, 7:30pm, free, collection made to cover costs – Latest Music Bar 20 November John Shuttleworth - 'A National Institution...the 42nd Best Reason to Love Britain' (Sunday Telegraph) is back on the road after a longish absence, 7:30pm, £17 – Theatre Royal Brighton 20 November The Staves + Luke Sital Singh - These in-demand sisters’ melding of bright English folk and sublime West Coast pop, is awe-inspiringly beautiful live, 8pm, £9adv./£12 door – Komedia 21 November Christmas Decorations part 1 – Workshop. Start now to have a sparkly beady Christmas. 10am, £25 – The Brighton Bead Shop 21 November Lunchtime Recitals - Lunch time recitals every Wednesday at 12.30pm; please call ahead to confirm details. A minimum donation of £2 towards recital expenses is appreciated – St Nicholas Church 21 November Nuit Francais – Entertainment while you dine and drink from established Brighton gypsy jazz band Ultraswing, Special menu available of divine Moules Frites and wine or beer for £14.95. Vegetarian and vegan option available too, 7:30pm – Alcove 21 November The Crazy Word of Arthur Brown - A brand new live show including the now legendary fire helmet and rock 'n' roll theatricals with songs from the album that includes massive hit Fire, 7:30pm, £15 – Komedia

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21 November Peacock & Gamble – Don’t Even Want to be on Telly Anyway - Everybody’s favourite comedy nice boys, Ray and Ed, with another show full of fun, idiocy and handsomeness, 7:30pm, £10 – Komedia 21 November Seraphim + Puppet Kings - Seraphim: The bands’ distinctive sound and style comes from constant experimentation with different genres and the combined efforts of musicians who are well versed in separate styles of music, 8pm, £5 – Latest Music Bar 22 November “Notable Women of Brighton and Hove” - Lecture by Helena Wojtczak, social historian and author, 2pm, £3 – Courtlands Hotel 22 November Film Late - Taking inspiration from our upcoming exhibition Shoot the Wrx, a Jeff Keen retrospective and in collaboration with Cinecity, 7-10pm, £5 – Brighton Museum 22 November Dr Feelgood - Formed on Canvey Island in Essex in the early 1970s Dr. Feelgood remains one of the most popular and exciting live rhythm and blues acts in the world, 7:30pm, £15 – Komedia 22 November The Vagina Monologues – An unmissable show for every generation - bring your mum, your best friend, your sister or even your gran – this is the ultimate girls night out, 7:45pm, £20 – Theatre Royal Brighton 22 November Caravan Place - Caravan Palace can only be described as legends of the electro swing and gypsy jazz world, 8pm, sold out! – Concorde 2 22 November Gravy Train: Tom Hannay + Love Junk + Dig Lake - The Gravy Train involves great music from two fantastic acts, followed by a guest DJ, playing solid gold way into the night, 8pm, £4 – Latest Music Bar 22 November Jazz Morley – “With references to Dusty via Duffy, this budding singer is worth keeping an ear on” BBC Introducing, 8pm, £7 – Komedia 22 – 25 November Holiday on Ice Speed - Holiday on Ice comes returns to the Brighton centre in November with a new show called "Speed". Various times, £12.50 - £50 – Brighton Centre 23 November Knotted - Learn some basic yet effective stringing and knotting techniques, 10am, free – The Brighton Bead Shop

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23 November Macrame Knotting - Learn how to use this versatile technique to make your own jewellery, 12 midday, free – The Brighton Bead Shop 23 November Lunchtime Concerts - Classical concerts, performed by local musicians, 12:30 – 1:15pm, £3 sold on the Door – Brighton Unitarian Church 23 November Secret Affair plus special guests The Lambrettas - If you love your mod, this double whammy line-up is not to be missed! 7pm, £15 – Concorde 2 23 November Dub Pistols - Plus support from Rodney P (DJ / MC set) and more TBA, 11pm, free before midnight/£3 – Concorde 2 23 November Krater Christmas Kracker - The perfect Christmas party night for any sized group – large or small. Three top comics, a delicious three course Christmas meal with all the trimmings, all followed by dancing 'til late, Various times and prices – Komedia 23 – 25 November MADE 2012 - MADE12 offers the public the opportunity to buy original and exceptional work direct from the best local and national designer / makers, 11am, £6 Under 14's Free – Brighton Dome 24 November The Fairy Tale Fair - Fall down the rabbit hole and explore this whimsical craft fair, 10:30am, free entry – Patcham Methodist Church 24 November Rubylux - Rubylux return to Brighton and Concorde2 for a much anticipated show. Plus support from Franclassic and Echotape, 7pm, £10 – Concorde 2 24 November Alabama 3 - Infectious, irresistible beats and memorizing rhythms have seen the 8 members of Alabama 3 making some of the greatest and most popular music ever since their formation, revolutionising music forever, 7:30pm, £18 – Concorde 2 24 November The Black Dog and other Influences – Theatre, 8pm, £5 – Iron Duke 24 November An Evening of Burlesque - Britain’s biggest burlesque spectacular... direct from London’s West End, 8pm, £26 – Theatre Royal Brighton 24 – 25 November Art Junky 10 - An indoor market boasting more than 50 stalls of arts, crafts, clothes, bric-a-brac and more. Includes a Christmassy café selling mince pies and mulled wine amongst other goodies, music and face painting, 11am-5pm, £1 – Phoenix Gallery

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24 – 25 November Krater Comedy Club - Eat, drink, watch and laugh as 3 top stand-ups and one of the best MCs on the comedy circuit entertain you, Fri 8pm, Saturday: 7pm, 8pm, & 10:30pm £5 - £38 – Komedia 25 November Holistic & Mystic Fair - Holistic and Mystic celebrates all things holistic and spiritual Nurture and uplift your Mind, Body and Soul with approximately 85 stands, 10am-5:30pm, Adults £3.50, under 14’s FREE – The Hove Centre 25 November The Humble Quest for Universal Genius - The live comedy quiz show that sees Mark Allen and Eli Silverman pit two top stand-up comedians against each other, 8pm, £9/£7 – Komedia 27 November The Coronas - Marshall Arts and SPC Live proudly present this platinum-selling, influential Dublin four piece, 7pm, £8 – Komedia 27 November Ezio - This powerful and exciting show is tempered with beautiful ballads, tales of longing and rock’n’roll! 7:30pm, £10 – Komedia 28 November Christmas Decorations part 2 - Part two will include a fantastic netted bauble cover to spice up any tree, as well as lace chain garlands and peyote stitch tree decorations, 10am, £25 – The Brighton Bead Shop 28 November Lunchtime Recitals - Lunch time recitals every Wednesday at 12.30pm, please call ahead to confirm details. A minimum donation of £2 towards recital expenses is appreciated – St Nicholas Church 28 November Frank Turner - Frank Turner has had an exceptional couple of years; a huge sold out 2011 UK tour culminating at Hammersmith Apollo, Main Stage sets at Reading and Leeds, time tbc, £18 – Brighton Dome 28 November Nuit Francais – Entertainment while you dine and drink from established Brighton gypsy jazz band Ultraswing, Special menu available of divine Moules Frites and wine or beer for £14.95. Vegetarian and vegan option available too, 7:30pm – Alcove 28 November Peter Hook and The Light Perform “Unknown Pleasures” - A Joy Division Celebration, 7:30pm, £20 – Concorde 2 28 November Juan Zelada - The singer-songwriter who’s been compared to Paolo Nutini is taking his music and band to the next level following the release of his debut album earlier this year, 8pm, £8 – Komedia

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29 November Catalyst Club - Monthly event which blends the old traditions of a French Salon with debating societies, 8pm, £5 – Latest Music Bar 29 November Comic Boom - It's another unbeatable top quality line-up at Comic Boom with the best rising stars of UK comedy plus more established headline acts, 8pm, £9/£7/£5 – Komedia 29 November Jazz at the Grand - Resident crooner Matthew vanKan performs a selection of swing, jazz & ballads in the Victoria Bar of The Grand Hotel on Brighton seafront, 811pm, free entry – The Grand 29 – 30 November John Hegley – Beyond Our Kennel - Innovative comic poet John Hegley returns to Komedia with his sell-out Edinburgh Fringe hit. “Legendary” The Guardian, 8pm, £12/£9 – Komedia 29 November The Lost Cities Tour with Tinchy Stryder - His fourth studio album “Full Tank” spawned the enormous hit “Bright Lights” & now Tinchy is back with the album “End Of Life On Earth” & “The Lost Cities Tour”, including this intimate show at Concorde2, 7:30pm, £12.50 30 November Headpins - Learn how to make earrings and other jewellery using headpins and eyepins, 10am, free – The Brighton Bead Shop 30 November Beaded Bag Charms - Learn how to make yourself a simple yet attractive beaded bag charm, 12 midday, free – The Brighton Bead Shop 30 November Lunchtime Concerts - Classical concerts, performed by local musicians, 12:30 – 1:15pm, £3 sold on the Door – Brighton Unitarian Church 30 November The Happy Mondays - After selling out much of their UK comeback tour earlier this year, the full original line-up of the Happy Mondays will be bringing their classic Madchester sound to the seaside, 6:30pm, £32.50 – Brighton Centre 30 November Dirty D/C - AC/DC Tribute - Dirty/DC give real value for money with a full 2 hour+ show with all the AC/DC favourites from both Bon and Brian eras, 7pm, £10 – Concorde 2 30 November The Mojo Fins - Hitting the kind of high you expect from something religious – The Mojo Fins prove themselves to be an exceptional band, 7:15pm, £10 – The Old Market

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30 November Music for Bhopal - ‘Music for Bhopal’ An evening of classical and light music to commemorate the 28th anniversary of the Bhopal Disaster, 7:30pm, £10/£5 – Brighton Unitarian Church 30 November – 01 December Krater Christmas Kracker - The perfect Christmas party night for any sized group – large or small. Three top comics, a delicious three course Christmas meal with all the trimmings, all followed by dancing 'til late, Various times and prices – Komedia

Gallery Details All nos. 01273 unless otherwise stated Art at five, 5 Bartholomews, Brighton, BN1 1HG Tel 774222. Mon-Sat 10am6pm, Sun 11am-5pm www.artatfive.com Blank Studios and Gallery, 108 North Street Portslade, BN41 1DG, blankstudiosgallery@gmail.com, Booth Museum of Natural History, 194 Dyke Road, Brighton, BN1 5AA Tel 03000 290900, Mon-Sat 10-5, Sun 2-5, closed Thur Brighton Fishing Museum Gallery, 201 Kings Road Arches, BN1 1NB. Open daily 10am-6pm, Tel 723064 Brighton Media Centre Gallery, 15-17 Middle Street, Brighton, BN1 1AL Tel 01273 201100 Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Royal Pavilion Gardens, Brighton, BN1 1EE Tel 03000 290900, Adm. free Tues-Sat 10-5, Sun 10-5. Closed Mon (except bank holidays 10-5). Burstow Gallery, Brighton College, Eastern Road, Brighton. Mon-Fri: 10am5pm Fabrica, 40 Duke Street, Brighton, BN1 1 AG Tel 778646. Wed-Sat: 125pm, Sun and bank holidays 2-5pm First Light Gallery, 3 Nile Street, Brighton, BN1 1HN Tel 327344, Tues-Sat 10am-4pm Gallery 40, 40 Gloucester Road, Brighton BN1 4AQ Tel 691511 Garage Studios, 13-16 Vine Street, BN14AG, 609669 Grange Museum and Art Gallery, High Street, Rottingdean, BN2 7HE (nr. pond opp. The Plough). Mon-Sat 10-4pm, Sun 2-4pm, Wed – closed. Hove Museum & Art Gallery, 19 New Church Road, Hove, BN3 4AB. Tel 03000 290900, Mon-Sat–10am-5pm, Sun 2-5pm, closed Wed. Ink_d Gallery & Studio 96 North Road, Brighton, BN1 1YE. Mon-Sat 10am6pm, Sun 12-4pm Tel 645299 iO Gallery, Brighton Designers & Makers, 39 Sydney Street, Brighton, BN1 4EP. Tel 671212 Mon-Sat 10-6, Sun 11-5pm Jive Monkey, 5 Steine Street, Brighton, East Sussex BN2 1TE. Tel 693599, Tue/Wed 6.30pm – Midnight, Thur 6.30pm – 1am, Fri/Sat 6.30pm – 2am

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Jubilee Library, Jubilee Street, North Laine, BN1 1GE. Tel 01273 290800/296969 Mon-Tues 10am-7pm, Wed 10am-5pm, Thurs 10am-8pm, Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 10am-5pm, Sun – 11am-4pm www.citylibraries.info Naked Eye Gallery, 5 Farm Mews, Farm Road BN3 1AF. Tel 204800 Permanent Gallery, 20 Bedford Place, Brighton, BN1 2PT Tel 710389 Thu-Fri, Sun 1-6pm, Sat 11am-6pm www.permanentgallery.com info@permanentgallery.com Phoenix Gallery, 10-14 Waterloo Place, Brighton, BN2 9NB Tel 603700, Wed-Sun 11am-5pm. Stables Studio, Namrik Mews(Off St Auybns) BN3 2TF Start Contemporary Gallery, 8 Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1US. Tues-Sat 10am-5pm thirtyfive-a 35a High Street, Brighton, BN2 1RP. Tel: 07976 977 110 Daily during the week 10am-4pm Two Kats & A Cow, 167 Kings Road Arches, Brighton, Tel 776746 Sat & Sun: 11am-5pm Free adm. University of Brighton Gallery, Grand Parade, Brighton, BN1 0JY Tel 643010, Mon-Sat 10am-5pm. York Place Studios, 28 York Place, BN1 4GU, Fri/Sat/Sun 12-6pm. Tel 674758

Venue Details All nos. 01273 unless otherwise stated: A-Bar, 11-12 Marine Parade, BN2 1TL All Saints’ Church, Eaton Road Hove, BN3 3QA tel 733331 Basement, 24 Kensington Street, BN1 4AJ tel 699733 Blind Tiger Club - 52-54 Grand Parade, BN2 9QA Book Nook, First Avenue BN3 2FJ. Tel 911988 Booth Museum of Natural History, Dyke Road, Brighton, BN1 5AA tel 292777, Mon-Sat except Thurs 10-5, Sun 2-5 Borde Hill. Borde Hill Garden, Balcombe Road, Haywards Heath, RH16 1XP Boxbird Gallery, 14 St Johns Road, Hove, BN3 32F. Tel 734295 Brighthelm Community Centre, North Road, Brighton tel 821512 Brighton Buddhist Centre, Tichborne Street, BN1 1UR Brighton Centre, Kings Road, BN1 2GR, Tel 0844 847 1515, www.brightoncentre.co.uk Brighton and Hove High School Sports Hall, Montpelier Road, Brighton BN1 3AT Brighton College, Eastern Road, BN2 0AL, (Autograph Concerts), Tel 704341 autograph@brightoncollege.net) Brighton Deaf Centre, Carlton Hill, Brighton, BN2 0GW, Mobile: 07904 542841, Minicom: 01273 671899 Brighton Dome Box Office, New Road, BN1 1UG, Tel 709709 www.brightondome.org Brighton Little Theatre, Clarence Gardens, BN1 2EG. Tel 777748. www.thelittle.co.uk Brighton Marina. BN2 5UT centremanager@brightonmarinacommercial.com Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Royal Pavilion Gardens, Brighton, BN1 1EE tel 290900, Adm. free. Tues – Sun 10-5pm, Closed Mon.

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Brighton Pier, Madeira Drive BN2 1TW. Tel 609361 Brighton Racecourse Freshfield Road, BN2 9XZ. Tel 603580. www.brightonracecourse.co.uk British Engineerium, Neville Road, BN3 7QA Brunswick, The 3 Holland Road, Hove, BN3 1JF. Tel 733984 Caprichos Restaurant and Tapas Bar, BN1 1HB, Tel 711600 Caroline of Brunswick 39 Ditchling Road, Brighton BN1 4SB. Tel 624434 Cisco’s Karma, 18 East Street, BN1 1HR, 725005 Chapel Royal, North Street, BN1 1EA. Tel 579382/774492 www.lccr.org.uk Charles Street Bar and Club, 8 Marine Parade, BN2 1TA tel. 624091 The Chimney House, 28 Upper Hamilton Road, BN1 5DF Concorde 2, Madeira Drive, BN2 1ES. Tel 697888, bookings 673311, fax 730468. www.concorde2.co.uk Courtlands Hotel 19-27 The Drive, BN3 3JE Cowley Club, 12 London Road, BN1 4JA. Tel 696104 Devil’s Dyke, Devil’s Dyke Road, Poynings East Sussex, BN1 8YJ Digital, 189-192 Kings Road Arches, Brighton BN1 1NB. Tel 0844 9996101 Dorset Gardens Methodist Church, Dorset Gardens, BN2 1RL Duke of York’s Cinema, Preston Circus, Brighton, BN1 4NA. Tel 0871 7042056 Embassy Court, Kings Road, BN1 1PX, 220880 Engine Room, 5 Preston Street, BN1 12HX. Tel 728999 FARM, 99 North Road, BN1 1YE, 623143 Fair, 21 Queens Road, BN1 3XA, Tel 723215 Falmer Church, St Laurence, East Street, Falmer BN1 9PB Fishing Museum & Quarter, 201 Kings Road, BN1 1NB. Tel 723064 Foredown Tower, Foredown Road, Portslade-by-Sea, BN41 2EW. Tel 292092 Frames in the Lanes, 12c Meeting House Lane, BN11HB. Tel747769 Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, Brighton BN1 1AF Tel 770258 Hanover Community Centre, 33 Southover Street, Brighton, BN2 Tel 694873. http://hanovercommunity.org.uk/ Heist, 57 West Street, BN1 2RA, 822555, www.heistbar.co.uk Hilton Brighton Metropole, Kings Road, BN1 2FU. Tel 644153 Hotel du Vin, 2-6 Ship Street, BN1 1AD, 718588 The Hope, 11-12 Queens Road, BN1 3WA Hove Centre@ Hove Town Hall, Norton Road, BN3 4AH. Tel 0870 900 9100 Hove Club, Fourth Avenue, Hove BN3 2PJ The Hub, 106 Lewes Road, BN2 3QA, Tel. 662310 Hove Lagoon, Kingsway, Hove, BN3 4LX Tel 692781 Hydrant, 75 London Road, BN1 4JF In Vino Veritas, 103 North Road, BN1 1YW, 622522, www.invinobrighton.co.uk Iambic Arts, 38 Gardener Street, BN1 1UN, 572101 Jam, 9-12 Middle Street, BN1 1AL The Jazz Place, 10 Ship Street, BN1 1AD. Tel 328439 Jubilee Library, Jubilee Street, BN1 1GE. Tel 290800/296969. Mon-Tues 10am7pm, Wed 10am-5pm, Thurs 10am-8pm, Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 10am-5pm, Sun – 11am-4pm. libraries@brighton-hove.gov.uk King Alfred Ballroom, Kingsway, BN3 2WW. Tel 290290. Komedia, 45 Gardner Street, BN1 1UN tel 0845 293 8480 www.komedia.co.uk

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Latest Music Bar, 14-17 Manchester Street, BN2 1TF. Tel 687171. www.thelatest.co.uk/musicbar/ La Tropicale, 61a Western Road, Hove, BN3 1JD The Loft, Ship Street, BN1 1AD The Lord Nelson, Trafalgar Street, BN1 4ED Madam Geisha – East Street, Brighton, BN1 1NF. Tel 770847 Marlborough Theatre, 4 Princes Street, BN2 1RD Reservations: 07782278521 www.marlboroughtheatre.co.uk Marwood Coffee Shop, 52 Ship Street, BN1 1AF. Tel 382063 Master Mariner, Inner Lagoon, Brighton Marina, BN2 5WD Tel. 818563 Nevill Recreation Ground, Eridge Road, Hove, BN3 7QD. Tel. 01273 555534 New Steine Bistro, 10-11 New Steine, BN2 1PB New Venture Theatre, Bedford Place, BN1 2PT. Tel 746118/808353 www.newventure.org Nightingale Theatre above Grand Central Bar Surrey Street, BN1. Tel 702563, www.nightingaletheatre.co.uk Northern Lights, 6 Little East Street, BN1 1HT Old Market, Upper Market Street, Hove, BN3 1AS tel 201800 www.theoldmarket.com The Old Courtroom, 118 Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1UD. Tel 03000 290900 The Open House, 146 Springfield Road, Brighton, BN1 6DE. Tel. 07879832857 Palmeira Mansions, 33 Palmeira Mansions, Church Road Park View Pub, Preston Drove, BN1 6LD. Portslade Town Hall, Victoria Road, Portslade. Tel 292902 Prince Albert, Trafalgar Street, Brighton, BN1 4ED. Tel 730499 Preston Manor, Preston Drove, BN1 6SD Tel 03000 290900 Proud Brighton Ballroom, 83 St George’s Terrace, BN2 1EF, 0207 2831940 Prince Albert Pub, 48 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, tel 730499 Ralli Hall, Denmark Villas, Hove. Tel 202254 Red Snapper Thai Restaurant, 45 Waterloo Street, BN3 1AY Regency Town House, 13 Brunswick Square, Hove. enquiries@rth.org.uk Tel 206306 Roedean School Chapel, Roedean Road, Tel 603181 Round Georges, Sutherland Road, Kemptown BN2 QED Sam’s of Seven Dials, 1 Buckingham Road, Brighton BN1 3TD, Tel 885555 Singing Hills Golf Course, Off B2117, Albourne, West Sussex, BN6 9EB Sea Life Centre, Marine Parade, BN2 1TB. Tel 604234 Smuggler’s Bar – The Loft, 10 Ship Street, Brighton BN1 1AD St Andrew’s Church Hall, Church Road, Hove. Tel 456461 St Bartholomew’s Church, Ann Street, BN1 4GP. Tel 620491 St Luke’s Church, Queen’s Park Road, BN2 9YA St Nicholas Church, Dyke Road. Tel 709709 St Peter’s Church, York Place, BN1 4GU. Tel 709709 St Paul’s Church, Russell Place, BN1 2RG. Tel 739639 Sallis Benney Theatre, Grand Parade, BN2 2JY. Tel 643010 Shoreham Airport, Shoreham, BN43 5FF. Tel 441061 www.shorehamairport.co.uk Stanmer Park, Falmer, BN1 9QB Stanford Avenue Methodist Church Hall, BN1 6FD, Tel 565896

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Sussex Arts Club, 7 Ship Street, BN1 1AD. Tel 778020 Note: This is a private Members club, therefore tickets must be reserved or bought at least 48 hrs in adv. www.sussexartsclub.com Sussex County Cricket Ground, Eaton Road, Hove, BN3 3AN. Tel 827100 Ten Green Bottles, 9 Jubilee Street, BN1 1GE The Green Door Store, Trafalgar Arches, Lower Goods Yard, Brighton Train Station, BN1 4FQ The Railway Club, 4 Belmont, Brighton BN1 3TF The Medicine Chest, 51-55 Brunswick Street East, Hove, East Sussex BN3 1AU Tel 770 002 Theatre Royal Brighton, New Road, Brighton, BN1 1SD Tel 08448 717650 www.theambassadors.com/theatreoyal Thistle Hotel, Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2GS Tel 01273 763244 Thomas Kemp, 8 George’s Road, Brighton, BN2 1EB The Engine Room, 5 Preston Street, Brighton, BN1 2HX. Tel 07903399309 The Haunt, 10 Pool Valley, BN1 1 NJ, The Lighthouse, 28 Kensington Street, BN1 4AJ. Tel 647197 The Oriental, Oriental Place, Brighton BN1 2LJ. Tel 01273 205050 Unitarian Church, New Road, Brighton, BN1 1SD Upstairs at Three and Ten, 10 Steine Street, BN2 1TE, tel 07800 983290 Volks Railway, Madeira Drive, BN2 1EN. Tel 292718 Windmill Theatre, Blatchington Mill School, Neville Road, BN3 7BW Withdean Stadium, Tongdean Lane, BN1 5JD. Tel 542100

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