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ISSUE 954 Jan 28 – Feb11

A PEOPLE’S OPERA SETH MORGAN IN THIS WAY FOR THE GAS, LADIES & GENTLEMEN

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UNMISSABLE… WEDS 5 BETH HART

TUES 28 CIRCUS OF HORRORS

Beth Hart is at the Dome! Yes, that Beth Hart. Her latest album ‘War in My Mind’ is Hart’s strongest to date and cements her reputation for starkly honest song writing and vocals that needs to be experienced live. Expect ‘I’d Rather Go Blind’, ‘Damn Your Eyes’ and ‘Caught Out in the Rain’. Doors from 7:30pm. Tickets form £43 brightondome.org

Do you dare book a ticket for the Circus of Horrors at the Theatre Royal? For 25 years the Circus of Horrors as mixed magic, bizarre circus acts whilst being sound tracked by driving rock ‘n’ roll music. What more could you ask for? Doors from 7:30pm. Tickets from £13 atgtickets.com

WEDS 29 MILTON JONES IN MILTON: IMPOSSIBLE Comedian Milton Jones is a household name thanks to appearances on Live at the Apollo and Mock the Week, but have you ever wondered

MON 3 UTE LEMPER: RENDEZVOUS WITH MARLENE

how he got there? In Milton: Impossible at the Theatre Royal he tells the story of how he was an international spy before being given a new disappointing identity of a comedian. Doors from 7:30pm. Theatre Royal Brighton ....Tickets from £31 atgtickets.com

The Old Market is running their Reigning Women mini season from Jan 30th – April 28th celebrating female voices and stories. This year will kick off proper with Ute Lemper’s one woman show celebrating the life of Marlene Dietrich. Through story and song Lemper will tell Dietrich’s story from the Berlin cabaret, Burt Bacharach collabs and her Hollywood years. This is not to be missed! theoldmarket.com

THURS 6 SOLVE-ALONG-A-MURDERSHE-WROTE Tim Benzie will be celebrating all things 80s television mysteries at Komedia. Can you solve the mystery before Cabot Cove’s best amateur sleuth JB Fletcher? Expect a raffle, whodunit Poll, fameo-meter and suspico-meter along with a singalong to the iconic theme. Doors from 7pm. Tickets from £14 komedia.co.uk

THURS 6 JORDAN BROOKES: I’VE GOT NOTHING

THURS 30 KAISER CHIEFS I predict a riot. Well, maybe not a riot, but with the Kaiser Chiefs at the Brighton Centre, let’s not rule it out. Since their debut album ‘Employment’ the Leeds indie quintet have had an ear for a catchy chorus and killer riff. Last year’s ‘Duck’ was no different. Rumour has it there is a new album this year, so expect new tracks segued in between old favourites. Support from Razorlight and Life. Doors from 6pm. Tickets from £25 brightoncentre.co.uk

TUES 4 BLOOD BROTHERS Blood Brothers is the tale of two twins who were separated at birth. After growing up on opposite sides of the track they meet again with tragic consequences. This performance at the Theatre Royal isn’t to be missed. In the West End Blood Brothers is one of only three musicals to surpass the 10,000-performance mark! Doors from 7:45pm. Tickets from £13 atgtickets.com

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The award-winning comedian Jordan Brookes is at the Komedia. His one man show ‘I’ve Got Nothing’ has been compared to a stand-up version of ‘Waiting for Godot’. For an hour Brookes tries to find connections in the here and now, while delivering a barrage of double bluffs. Doors from 7:30pm. Tickets from £11 komedia.co.uk latest TV

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THE BIG WEEKEND… FRI 31 ELLEN KENT’S LA BOHÈME

SAT 8 TRANSATLANTIC SESSIONS

Opera fans will not want to miss La Bohème at the Theatre Royal. This is the tale of love and loss against a Parisian backdrop. Songs include ‘Your Tiny Hand is Frozen’, ‘They Call Me Mimi’ and ‘Muzetta’s Waltz’. La Bohème will be sung in Italian with English surtitles. Doors from 7:45pm. Tickets from £13 atgtickets.com

Fans of folk music will not want to miss Transatlantic Sessions at the Brighton Dome. Sierra Hull, former child prodigy who was mentored by Alison Krauss, is on the bill for the 17th live Transatlantic Sessions. Despite the grandeur of the Dome this will have the atmosphere of a sing-along in your local pub. Doors from 6:45pm. Tickets from £31 brightondome.org

SAT 8 STORIES WITH SKIP: MOON AND THE STARS SAT 1 BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB

Stories with Skip are turning the Theatre Royal into the night sky. This is a delightful experience

Fans of 00s indie act Bombay Bicycle Club will not want to miss their show at the Brighton Centre. This tour is in support of their new album ‘Everything Else Has Gone Wrong’. Expect feel good vibes and catchy melodies. Support from The Big Moon and Liz Lawrence. Doors from 6:30pm. Tickets from £21 brightoncentre.co.uk

SAT 1 ELLEN KENT’S MADAMA BUTTERFLY

SUN 2 TINDERSTICKS For 25 years the Tindersticks have been brought their glorious melancholy music to some of the most prodigious stages around the world. Now they’re at the Brighton Dome. This show will be as mesmeric as it is enthralling. Expect cuts from their latest flawless album, ‘No Treasure but Hope’, as well as old favourites ‘Show Me Everything’, Tiny Tears’ and ‘The Amputees’. Doors from 8pm. Tickets form £24.50 brightondome.org

One of the world’s most popular operas is at the Theatre Royal. Madama Butterfly tells the story of a young Japanese girl who falls in love with a US naval lieutenant. Songs include ‘Humming

SUN 9 BRIGHTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA

FRI 7 WOMEN IN ENTERTAINMENT

Chorus’, ‘One Fine Day’ and ‘Love Duet’. Madama Butterfly will be sung in Italian with English surtitles. Doors from 7:45pm. Tickets from £13 atgtickets.com

for 2-4-year-olds. Featuring stories, puppets, games, mini makes and lots of stars! Children must be accompanied by an adult. Doors from 10am. Tickets from £5.50 atgtickets.com

In the Dome’s Founder’s Room Louise Peskett will speak about Brighton’s rich history with Women in Entertainment. This will include stories about Music-hall legends, early comediennes, divas of early film, drag artists, iconic soap actresses, pioneering managers, all-female jazz bands, and the woman who gave birth to rock ‘n’ roll. Doors from 12:30pm. Tickets from £5 brightondome.org

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The Brighton Dome has the first Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra (BPO) performance of the year. If this wasn’t enough to get excited about, it will showcase the Brighton Philharmonic Brass (BPB). Instead of being at the back, the BPB will be front and centre. Songs by Tylman Susato, Henry Purcell and William Byrd will all be performed. This performance will also the BPO’s feature Principle Bass Trombonist Ray Premru’s ‘Divertimento’. Doors from 2:45pm. Tickets from £14.50 brightondome.org LATEST TV

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MUSIC CITY… GIG OF THE WEEK

FRI 7 HELLO! SAILOR: DREAMBOATS

SAT 1 DOG IN THE SNOW

Dog in the Snow’s, AKA Helen Ganya Brown, debut album was released on Bella Union in November. This hometown show at the Green Door Store will showcase it, along with Brown’s captivating vocals coupled with intricate song writing. Do not miss this fleeting opportunity to see a transfixing artist in an intimate space. Support from The Daylight, Polymers and LibraLibra DJs. Doors from 7pm. Tickets from £7 thegreendoorstore.co.uk

Hello! Sailor is back at the Latest Music Bar! This will be a night of Drag Kings and Drag Things. Performing this time is Romeo De La Cruz, Jada Love, Joey Bambino and local hero King Sammy Silver. Doors from 7:30pm. Tickets from £5

latest musicbar FRI 31 BEANS ON TOAST Chalk is bringing folk hero Beans on Toast back to Brighton, but this time he’s bringing his full band with him. Live is where Beans on Toast flourishes and must be experienced! Support comes from Tensheds. Doors form 7pm. Tickets from £15 chalkvenue.com

FRI 31 STEVE STAMP (DJ STEVES) Fans of the BBC’s hit comedy series People Just Do Nothing will not want to miss writer and co-creator DJ Steves, AKA Steve Stamp, DJ live in Patterns. This will be a pirate radio special so expect plenty of UKG, Jungle and everything in between. Basshus will be playing a 140bpm set. Gucci Tremayne and Murmur will also support. Doors from 11pm. Tickets from £6 patternsbrighton.com

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Jazz fans will not want to miss Talinka at the Verdict. Haunting jazzy standards with World Music motifs will be the order of the day as Tali’s lyrics tell rich stories. This is a night where East meets West and ethical, jazz, tango and early music all combine with spinetingling results. Doors from 7pm. Tickets from £10 verdictjazz.co.uk

Italia 90 are at the Latest Music Bar. This isn’t a night of nostalgia talking about the 1990 World Cup, but instead a gig for the London quartet. Since 2018 Italia 90 have released frenzied indie with personal, and politicised, lyrics. Recent single ‘An Episode’ is no different and showcases their skewed musical world view in spades. Doors form 7pm. Tickets from £7

Film fans will not want to miss the Uncovered Productions night at the Latest Music Bar. This will be a night of short films tackling the subject of mental health issues and body image. After the screenings there will be an after party. Uncovered Productions is founded by two queer women in Brighton producing relatable, engaging and inspiring films to challenge conventional thinking to increase awareness of the subjects they are passionate about. Doors from 7:30pm. Tickets from £5

The Together Co Charity, Brighton’s Loneliness charity, is putting on a night of live music at the Latest Music Bar. Yellow Bellies, World News, The Mos Capri Experiment, Samuel J Lawrence and late-night DJs, as well as a pop quiz. Come down and make some connections. What more could you ask for? Doors from 7pm. Tickets from £8

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A PEOPLE’S OPERA

THE LIFE AND DEATH ORCHESTRA, BRIGHTON PERFORM THIS WAY FOR THE GAS LADIES & GENTLEMEN ON LATEST TV TO COMMEMORATE 75 YEARS SINCE THE END OF THE HOLOCAUST

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There are many books about the Holocaust and to those who say it's an ‘industry’, all I can say is: I do not agree. There are not enough. It is the most important thing you could ever write, paint, compose about. The message to live and let live needs constant repetition. The album’s title, Songs For The Betrayed World outlines my own conclusion and the words are from a poem by Zbigniew Herbert with a translation by Czesław Miłosz in which he talks about offering 'the betrayed world a rose'. My aim was to do that in both the album and opera. Can there be art about Auschwitz? Anne Frank, Lee Miller, Elie Wiesel, Primo Levi and films such as Life is Beautiful, Schindler's List, The Pianist make the case. However, while I was making the album I had correspondence with Elie Wiesel about using words from his great book, Night, as a song. We talked about whether music demeans suffering. Is the complete experience impossible to transfer? In the end he did give permission to use his words on the album. If you cannot create music to express suffering, however extreme, we would never have had any protest music, whether it be ‘Strange Fruit’by Billie Holliday, ‘Babi Yar’by Dmitri Shostakovich, ‘The Slave's Lament’by Robert Burns. I guess the question arises because of Theodor W. Adorno’s now-famous quote, ‘to write poetry after Auschwitz is barbaric’. Adorno is saying, how can you express the inexpressible? But for me and many others there is a greater imperative: the need to give voice to your feelings at the horror. If it is unspeakable, it is hidden from history. Tadeusz Borowski whose slender volume This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen continues to occupy a place apart in Holocaust literature

n 2000, I made Songs for the Betrayed World with The Life and Death Orchestra. On that album is the song ‘This Way For The Gas’, which Angi Mariani and I adapted from the short story by Tadeusz Borowski. I was totally fascinated by Borowski and his friends in the underground Essentialist Club, based in Warsaw in the early 1940s, when ‘going clubbing’ was a capital offence. That sounds trite but is starkly true. The poets, musicians, writers and artists who attended risked their lives every time they went. How could the cruelest acts be undertaken by seemingly the most civilised people, they played Schubert but killed composers like Pavel Haas. The twentieth century was not medieval, it was more evil, with more people killed by genocide than in any previous century, and the Holocaust was unique in the annals of a long collection of evil genocides. Where does this evil, come from. Is it still in us? If so, in which of us? And how can we rid humanity forever of genocide? Our opera asks this. One of the great Holocaust chroniclers, the painter and writer Arnold Daghani, who was from a German-speaking Jewish family in Suceava, Romania, actually came to live in Brighton and Hove, and the story of how he painted his works in secret and subsequently - with the help and support of his wife Nanino - smuggled them out as they made their escape from a forced labour camp at Mikhailowka in the Ukraine, where everyone else was murdered, would make a great film in itself. Daghani's message is entirely conveyed in his depictions of the camp. As he wrote, I have preferred setting out the facts to interpreting them. I have provided plenty of nails. May others hammer them in. I based two of the characters in the opera on Arnold and Nanino Daghani.

The world is ruled by neither justice nor morality; crime is not punished nor virtue rewarded, one is forgotten as quickly as the other. The world is ruled by power Tadeusz Borowski

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and he and his resistance member girlfriend and then wife Maria Rundo were the basis for the story in our opera. He describes in everyday fashion the truth about what it was like to work in and around the gas chambers of Auschwitz. Its power is its ordinariness. As a composer I tried to underline that ordinariness by giving the song version of his words an everyday ballad feel. The tune comes over and over again, to emphasise the repetitive nature of what happened there as ordinary and everyday. A few chilling chords, however, tell a different story. He outlines his seeming selfishness‌.

A long column of automobiles stationed itself at the end of the avenue and waited for street cars, like a tiger tracking antelope. We spilled out of the moving trolley bus like pears and tore diagonally across a field newly planted with vegetables. The earth smelled of Spring and in the city on the other side of the river as in a deep jungle people were being hunted.

I lie against the metal and dream of my bunk suddenly I see the camp as a haven of peace others may be dying but I've still strength and food for this living moment, for today. It's this way for the gas.

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You would never know from reading this poem that they were in an extermination camp. You could read it as escapism, but it is not, because the subject of this poem is true love and nothing else impinged on that feeling. There were love affairs in Auschwitz. It was the real world and everything was there – football fields, factories, a brothel, concert halls and gas chambers. It was an upside-down world, ruled by criminals and power-hungry madmen. These were the people you were supposed to look up to and admire. Borowski spells it all out and makes it everyday real so we can easily see ourselves there.

Warsaw. There were Nazi tanks and soldiers and police in the streets, there were posters saying, 'By order, no cabarets, no theatre, no schools, no universities, no dancing, no speaking Polish'. People were hunted as he recalls: Borowski believed that an artist's role was to tell the truth. Their club was called the Essentialist Club. He was a moody, melancholic, sometimes angry young man, a bohemian in any age, although he was always smartly be-suited. What do bohemians brilliantly do in any age? They scoff at everything, they write melancholy poems, they try to love a lot! and all the time they smoke. Borowski was the original existentialist. Nowadays there are many bohemian clubs, many gay clubs. It used to be risky to go to them, and in some parts of the world it still is. That was the everyday life for Borowski and his fellow clubbers, the only difference being that if they were caught at their club, they risked certain execution. Their attitude was, if we don't go we might as well be shot. At the same time as Borowski was a street poet; some of his colleagues were street fighters in the Resistance. Eventually, his fiancée Maria Rundo, a member of the Resistance, was captured by the Nazis, and Borowski himself was arrested when he went looking for her: he with Aldous Huxley's Brave New World]in his pocket, she arrested with a book of Borowski's own poems. They were both sent to Auschwitz, and they were sent there, as the guard says in the film of the opera, because ‘it’s not what you've done, it’s what you are.’ Our opera tells their story. Just after Auschwitz Borowski wrote one of the great love poems of all time, a song of longing for the girlfriend that he spent many hours with, on her bunk in Birkenau, after getting a job as a collector of infant corpses in the women’s prison. Here is an excerpt

The Sun of Auschwitz I remember your smile as elusive as a shade of the color of the wind, a leaf trembling on the edge of sun and shadow, fleeting yet always there. So you are for me today, in the seagreen sky, the greenery and the leaf-rustling wind. I feel you in every shadow, every movement, and you put the world around me like your arms. I feel the world as your body, you look into my eyes and call me with the whole world. LATEST TV | VIRGIN MEDIA 159 | FREEVIEW CHANNEL 7

I hope our people’s opera does justice to one of the greatest poets of all time. As John Keats said, another genius poet, 'Beauty is truth, truth beauty – that is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know”24] You can read the full article at thelatest.co.uk The album, Songs For The Betrayed World by The Life & Death Orchestra is available on itunes and all e-music sites. See also www.lifeanddeath.org for names of the writers and artists and permissions The people’s opera is on Latest TV for Holocaust Memorial Week – see TV Listings in this magazine for days and times. 11

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2020 VISION… he new decade has not started well. Two friends of mine are in hospital with serious illnesses, having previously lived hospital-free lives. Meanwhile, I am also undergoing medical tests, which may or may not be serious. At times like these, I am grateful that I have very much squeezed all that I can from life thus far. Thankfully, my family is being very supportive, with at least two offspring accompanying me to each appointment so far, taking up space in waiting-rooms and requiring a litany of extra chairs in consulting rooms. Clearly, they are thinking about the will (joke). In the meantime, I am grounded in the UK for a while as I wait for the cogs in the marvellous NHS to whiz me to whatever operation awaits. This is slightly annoying, as I was supposed to go to South Africa next

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mild prodding, I had to employ the steely power of my industrial drain rod, which hasn’t seen the light of day for at least 15 years. Fortunately, after a great deal of under-sink violence and choice words from me, the thing has finally gone. Such contortions and exertions cannot be good for my health, but it had to be done, as I have four hungry lodgers (and their boyfriends) to think of. Even if I don’t feel like it, I have to make sure that Landlady Towers is functioning like a well-oiled machine, as I have no sick pay to fall back on since leaving The Supermarket. Yesterday, one of my lodgers told me that she is going to move in with her boyfriend next month. Although I am very happy for them (she was the ideal lodger), I am not looking forward to showing a selection of unknown weirdos round my house. I will be sure to recount the stories. Roll on 2021, I say…

Monday and, as a sporadic viewer of Love Island, keep having Cape Town, with all it’s beautiful vistas and gorgeous weather, flaunted in my face. Bah!! Meantime, the menagerie that is Landlady Towers is not without it’s plethora of issues and I have spent the past three days trying to remove a large lump of Christ only knows what from the waste pipe shared by the kitchen sink and the dishwasher. Yesterday, after a couple of hours of

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vegan ventures I read through the menu a few times before finally deciding to try Bill’s beetroot steak. Now forgive me if I query the naming of a vegan dish a steak, I am sure that there are better words, or at least I was. The beetroot steak looks steak shaped and is to be honest more burger like in texture. It’s a combination or textured vegetable protein I think and beetroot and it’s very tasty. I liked it but felt that it sort of flaunts the principals of veganism. The potato and sweet potato chips were superb, really very good but I can live without the vegan bearnaise which didn’t quite hit the spot. On the whole though it was tasty and filling and if it makes vegans feel better then good for them. My pudding was extraordinary. A frozen amaretto parfait served with shortbread crumb, coconut flakes & raspberry sauce delivered on every level, to make a creamy dessert without

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o Veganuary, such an ugly non-word, but… well how did you do? I was always unlikely to embrace the whole idea, I’m not a vegan. Nor am I a meat head, far from it, but I do enjoy lots of food that does not include either meat or fish. Anyway January was riddled with vegan food, from honest presentations to downright propaganda. Each to their own, I will continue to eat as I have, with care. Bill’s restaurant offered a vegan menu that in truth included a slection of their regular meat and dairy free dishes so I took along Dr W, yes a real doctor, to give it a whirl. I have enjoyed Bill’s over the years, particularly when said Bill opened the first on in Lewes, a real jewel and more recently where after a few years of feeling not quite as good, it has regained its spirit.

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cream is wizardry and I foolishly woofed down the lot as the portion was huge, really huge. Dr W chose sticky chocolate pudding with hazelnut crumb and coconut icecream. It was a cross between a chocolate fondant and sticky toffee pud, bitter sweet and gooey, a nice end to a very satisfying dinner and all for sensible prices, nothing scary. It didn’t make me vegan but it did put a smile on my face. 100 North Road, Brighton, BN1 1YE 01273 692 894 bills-website.co.uk

Dr W is doing dry January, mine is damp but we started by giving their alcohol free cocktails a try and they are very good, grown up drinks but booze free. The doc started with toasted focaccia, hummus and and olives, very good hummus and delicious tiny black olives. He was very happy. I chose the miso aubergine fritters. I love aubergine, probably too much and combining it with the slightly sweet and salty miso work perfectly. These were good, crisp outside and creamy inside and they came with a bowl of smokey sauce which was very nice but delivered in far too great a quantity, I liked it but not the idea of wasting it. Dr W likes hearty food so the Mushroom and Tarragon Suet Pudding was right up his street and when it arrived he tucked in with gusto and despite the generous portion made light of it. He thoroughly enjoyed it and cleaned the plate, pudding, musrooms and the bean cassoulet pictured.

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alive on stage with a soundscape of beatboxing and vocals laid down by the cast and created by acclaimed musician Conrad Murray. Crongton Knights is about the friends you’ll never forget and how lessons learned the hard way can bring you closer together. Crongton Knight’s cast will feature Kate Donnachie (Sirens, Edinburgh Fringe) as Bushkid; Zak Douglas (National Youth Theatre), Simi Egbejumi-David (Shit-Faced Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet, Magnificent Bastard Production and Around the World in 80 Days, Kenny Wax Family Entertainment & Simon Friend) as Festus; Nigar Yeva (Give Me, Soho Theatre) as Saira; Olisa Odele (Ola in Chewing Gum, E4 and PC Merrick in Scarborough, BBC) as McKay; Aimee Powell (Freeman, Strictly Arts and Over The Too, Belgrade Theatre) as Venetia; Khai Shaw (The Lion King, West End, Little Baby Jesus, Orange Tree Theatre ) as Jonah and Marcel White (Freeman, Strictly Arts) as Nesta. Born in London to Jamaican parents, Alex Wheatle’s first book, Brixton Rock (1999), told the story of a 16 year old boy of mixed race, in The exciting stage premiere of Alex Wheatle’s 1980s Brixton. The novel was subsequently adapted for the stage and performed at the Young Vic in 2010. Its sequel, Brenton Brown, was award winning young adult novel published in 2011. His other novels include East of Acre Lane (2001), f theatre is to survive then we need to bring a new and young audience which won a London Arts Board New Writers Award. A prequel, Island Songs, set in Jamaica, was published in 2005, and a sequel, Dirty South, into our theatres. It’s not easy when we are being spoon fed with in 2008. In 2010, he wrote and toured the one-man autobiographical entertainment from the likes of Amazon and Netflix, and yes they do performance, Uprising. His play, Shame & Scandal, had its debut at the provide great content and a great service. But it’s not live theatre, far from it, and feeds into the stop start, fast forward and rewind mentality of Albany Theatre, Deptford in October 2015. He was awarded an MBE for services to literature in 2008. modern audiences. Alex said about the new stage adaptation of Crongton Knights: Fortunately there are great companies who are addressing this and “I am very proud that Pilot Theatre are adapting my novel, Crongton following their critically acclaimed adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s Knights, for the stage. It’s a modern quest story where on their journey, novel Noughts and Crosses, Pilot Theatre, in co-production with Belgrade Theatre, will stage Emteaz Hussain’s exciting new adaptation of the young diverse lead characters have to confront debt, poverty, blackmail, loss, fear, the trauma of a flight from a foreign land and the Alex Wheatle’s award winning young adult novel – Crongton Knights. Life isn’t easy on the Crongton Estate and for McKay and his mates it’s omnipresent threat of gangland violence. The dialogue I created for this award winning novel deserves a platform and I for one can’t wait to see all about keeping their heads down but when a friend finds herself in the characters that have lived in my head for a number of years, leap out trouble, they set out on a mission that goes further than any of them of my mind and onto a stage near you.” imagined. Crongton Knights will take you on a night of madcap Theatre Royal Brighton from Wednesday 4 – Saturday 7 March adventure as McKay and his friends ‘The Magnificent Six’ encounter the www.atgtickets.com/brighton 0844 871 765 dangers and triumphs of a mission gone awry. In this world premiere adaptation of Alex Wheatle’s award winning novel, the pulse of the city is pilot-theatre.com

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TAI CHI CHUAN KEVIN BRYANT TEACHER WORDS & PHOTOS: DIANA FRANGI

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righton based Kevin Bryant, founder of the Brighton Tai Chi Club, became a devotee of Yang style Tai Chi in 1995 when he started training in Boston, USA. In 1998 he moved to the UK and continued studying in London. Kevin teaches Tai Chi Chuan following the approach and methods of the Yang family, the family that more than any other, was responsible for the spread of tai chi throughout China and eventually around the world. Although many teachers in the UK teach Yang style, very few are passing on their instruction directly from the source. Kevin’s practice and teaching are reinforced by annual trips to Hong Kong to train with the family and by his London teacher – the leading Yang family exponent in Europe. Kevin’s classes are relaxed, laughter is encouraged as an important component of a positive learning environment. He teaches his own students according to their individual strengths, weaknesses and character. Kevin reckons the benefits of Tai Chi are broad and deep, covering body, mind and spirit. Medical research continues to uncover new benefits of practising Tai Chi: it lowers blood pressure, increases bone density, improves blood circulation and digestion, loosens and strengthens connective tissue, relieves joint pains and raises core strength - especially important for those with back pain. It increases mental clarity and creativity and heightens overall feeling of well being. Kevin says: “I had a book on Tai Chi as a teenager and I was attracted to its mystique. I liked its internal and philosophical aspects. The idea that a slow moving and sometimes static practice could also function as an effective, if not deadly martial art, was very seductive. When I had a taste of the art twenty years later, from one of its leading masters in the US, it sealed it for me. My mind, body and spirit knew they were home!” Classes are on Mondays, 11:00 am at Unity Studio,130 Lewes Rd, Brighton. And 4:30 pm at The Float Spa, 8 Third Avenue, Hove, and on

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“Kevin’s classes are relaxed, laughter is encouraged as an important component of a positive learning environment” Fridays, 7:00 pm at Alive Fitness, 25 Castle St, Brighton. From March to November Kevin offers a free practice session on Adelaide Crescent Square at 9:30am - all are welcome. To contact Kevin for Tai chi classes go to: https://www.meetup.com/Brighton-Tai-Chi-Club.

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15:30 The Black Abbot 1934. Crime Comedy. Directed by George A. Cooper. Stars John Stuart, Judy Kelly & Edgar Norfolk. A gang of crooks uses the legend of a ghost haunting an old mansion to help them kidnap a rich man. 16:30 Sussex Coast Series #SussexCoastSeries is a ten episode YouTube series following Charlie Shakespeare, Lizzie Burder and Sam Peterson from VisitVideos on a road trip along the coast of Sussex. 16:45 Sussex Coast Series #SussexCoastSeries is a ten episode YouTube series following Charlie Shakespeare, Lizzie Burder and Sam Peterson from VisitVideos on a road trip along the coast of Sussex. 17:00 Walks Around Britain Series following Andrew White, as he takes walks between 2-8 miles around every part of the UK. 17:30 Walks Around Britain Series following Andrew White, as he takes walks between 2-8 miles around every part of the UK. 18:00 Latest News The latest news where we are - plus all the sport from Brighton and the surrounding area. 18:30 Tramshed Sessions Join Maddie Jones at Cardiff’s new venue, The Tramshed, for a series with up and coming singer songwriters. 19:00 Rising Hosted by BBC presenter Ollie Winiberg RISING is packed with live performances and awesome interviews from some of the worlds hottest emerging talent 20:00 Latest News The latest news where we are - plus all the sport from Brighton and the surrounding area. 20:30 We're on The Pier... ... Guess Who's Here. 4 million people visit Brighton Palace Pier every year from all corners of the world! Let's meet them. 21:00 Rhythm Racketeers 1937. Musical. Chicago gangster steals jewels and frames his band leader double. Starring Harry Roy, Princess Pearl, James Carew, Syd Crossley. 22:30 Chewing the Cud LQBTQ+ interest magazine show. The latest in showbiz news, social trends, and special guests to chat to 23:30 F-Stop F-Stop showcases the best film makers, animators and video artists in the East Midlands. This week: David Lilley.

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 08, 2020 12:00 Latest News The latest news where we are - plus all the sport from Brighton and the surrounding area. 12:30 The Vote Mark Walker and guests from the world of politics discuss local and national issues 13:00 Living with ADHD What is it like living with adult ADHD? Brighton & Hove based organisation ADHD Aware, have worked with a local film-maker on a film that aims to raise awareness of living with adult ADHD. 13:30 Brighton Wow There's 111 places that will wow you in Brighton, as Prince Harry and Meghan found out, and Alexandra Loske wrote that hit book. Here's the TV series. 14:00 The Broken Horseshoe 1953. Crime drama. A hit and run victim is operated on by Dr. Fenton (Robert Beatty), the victim is later murdered and the doctor is involved. Starring Elizabeth Sellars. 15:30 The Black Abbot 1934. Crime Comedy. Directed by George A. Cooper. Stars John Stuart, Judy Kelly & Edgar Norfolk. A gang of crooks uses the legend of a ghost haunting an old mansion to help them kidnap a rich man.

16:30 Novel Ideas Tony Macauley interviews the writer Anthony Quinn about his writing, his book Border Angels and his short stories. ( 17:00 Walks Around Britain Walks between 2-8 miles from around Britain. Andrew White takes a stunning walk on the small island of Alderney, and walks along part of the Hadrian’s Wall in Cumbria. ( 17:30 Walks Around Britain Series featuring inspirational walks between 2-8 miles around Britain. Andrew White takes a challenging walk up Silver How in the Lake District & Leah walks through Fishlake in Yorkshire. 18:00 Latest News The latest news where we are - plus all the sport from Brighton and the surrounding area. 18:30 Act of betrayal John Bower thinks he has all his affairs in order. His wife disagrees. 19:00 Rising Hosted by BBC presenter Ollie Winiberg RISING is packed with live performances and awesome interviews from some of the worlds hottest emerging talent 20:00 Latest News The latest news where we are - plus all the sport from Brighton and the surrounding area. 20:30 We're on The Pier... ... Guess Who's Here. 4 million people visit Brighton Palace Pier every year from all corners of the world! Let's meet them. 21:00 Rhythm Racketeers 1937. Musical. Chicago gangster steals jewels and frames his band leader double. Starring Harry Roy, Princess Pearl, James Carew, Syd Crossley. 22:30 Boys Will Be Girls 1937. If he can give up drinking, smoking and wild women, Bill (Leslie Fuller) will inherit a legacy. 00:00 Act of betrayal John Bower thinks he has all his affairs in order. His wife disagrees.

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 09, 2020 12:00 Future Proof Sarah Hopwood interviews guests and discusses the empowerment of Emotionally Intelligent thinking in a time of fast-moving change and uncertainty 12:30 Future Proof Sarah Hopwood interviews guests and discusses the empowerment of Emotionally Intelligent thinking in a time of fast-moving change and uncertainty 13:00 How the rich steal from the poor? A lesson in economics you won't find in mainstream textbooks. How the rich get richer from stolen land. 13:30 The Vote Guests from the world of politics discuss local and national issues. 14:00 Danger By My Side 1963. Crime. With the help of the Met police a girl tracks down the killers of her detective brother. Stars Anthony Oliver, Maureen Connell, Bill Nagy. 15:15 Boys Will Be Girls 1937. If he can give up drinking, smoking and wild women, Bill (Leslie Fuller) will inherit a legacy. 16:30 Memories of Meadowlands In 2014 Glynde’s Meadowlands Festival disappeared from the music calendar. Bmusic spoke with Jeff Hemmings to discuss reasons behind the cancellation, plus highlights from Meadowlands 2013. 17:00 Walks Around Britain Series following Andrew White, as he takes walks between 2-8 miles around every part of the UK. 17:30 Walks Around Britain Series following Andrew White, as he takes walks between 2-8 miles around every part of the UK.

18:00 Latest News The latest news where we are - plus all the sport from Brighton and the surrounding area. 18:30 Family, Faith And Fun Sarah Hopwood presents the happiness debate, a show looking at a different emotion every week and how it relates to family life, the Christian faith, and a sense of fun. 19:00 Extraordinary People Extraordinary Stories. Extraordinary Lives. Extraordinary People. Yael Breuer meets them. 19:30 Rising Special: MAXO Aussie singer-songwriter MAXO joins the Latest TV team to perform his latest track 'Light It Up' and talk about life as a musician from down under! 20:00 Latest News The latest news where we are - plus all the sport from Brighton and the surrounding area. 20:30 We're on The Pier... ... Guess Who's Here. 4 million people visit Brighton Palace Pier every year from all corners of the world! Let's meet them. 21:00 Look Out with Andrew Kay AK's brand new chat show with guests from the world of Theatre, Music and any other stone he happens to turn over. 22:00 The Case of Charles Peace 1949. Drama. Made at Merton Park Studios, based on a true story, directed by Norman Lee. The film recounts the exploits through the trial of Charles Peace. Starring Michael Martin-Harvey. 23:50 The Black Abbot 1934. Crime Comedy. Directed by George A. Cooper. Stars John Stuart, Judy Kelly & Edgar Norfolk. A gang of crooks uses the legend of a ghost haunting an old mansion to help them kidnap a rich man.

19:00 Our Town Local history quiz testing contestants on their Brighton knowledge 19:30 Exceptional Homes Beautiful million-pound-plus properties in the greater Brighton and Sussex area. 20:00 Latest News The latest news where we are - plus all the sport from Brighton and the surrounding area. 20:30 We're on The Pier... ... Guess Who's Here. 4 million people visit Brighton Palace Pier every year from all corners of the world! Let's meet them. 21:00 Rhythm Racketeers 1937. Musical. Chicago gangster steals jewels and frames his band leader double. Starring Harry Roy, Princess Pearl, James Carew, Syd Crossley. 22:30 How the rich steal from the poor? A lesson in economics you won't find in mainstream textbooks. How the rich get richer from stolen land. 23:00 Act of betrayal John Bower thinks he has all his affairs in order. His wife disagrees. 23:30 Queer But Here Longhill High School’s LGBTU group with Latest CIC produced this lively & insightful series of interviews with characters from the LGBT+ world, ground-breaking TV, moving, educational & hilarious. 00:00 Latest News The latest news where we are - plus all the sport from Brighton and the surrounding area.

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MONDAY FEBRUARY 10, 2020 12:00 Latest News The latest news where we are - plus all the sport from Brighton and the surrounding area. 12:30 Sussex Homeless Support in Brighton Socially engaged documentary about Brighton charity, Sussex Homeless Support, who supports the homeless using food supplies, doubledecker bus emergency lodging & Sunday lunches from local donations. 13:30 Living with ADHD What is it like living with adult ADHD? Brighton & Hove based organisation ADHD Aware, have worked with a local film-maker on a film that aims to raise awareness of living with adult ADHD. 14:00 The Case of Charles Peace 1949. Drama. Made at Merton Park Studios, based on a true story, directed by Norman Lee. The film recounts the exploits through the trial of Charles Peace. Starring Michael Martin-Harvey. 15:45 We're on The Pier... ... Guess Who's Here. 4 million people visit Brighton Palace Pier every year from all corners of the world! Let's meet them. 16:15 The Chair Jez Kay invites a local Brighton personality into the studio for an in-depth and revealing chat. 16:30 Millionaires' Row From penthouse to pool, take an exclusive tour of exceptional, outstanding, and unique dream houses. 17:00 Walks Around Britain Series following Andrew White, as he takes walks between 2-8 miles around every part of the UK. 17:30 Walks Around Britain Series following Andrew White, as he takes walks between 2-8 miles around every part of the UK. 18:00 Latest News The latest news where we are - plus all the sport from Brighton and the surrounding area. 18:30 The Vote Guests from the world of politics discuss local and national issues.

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