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This Christmas & New Year at TOM
Photo: Adam Crossthwaite
// Welcome to TOM this Winter: TOM - The Old Market, recently renovated, is a dynamic cultural venue just outside Brighton city centre. TOM’s Main House is a 300-500 capacity room with the flexibility to showcase everything from live bands to exciting new theatre, cabaret or comedy. We hope to see at some point this winter, The TOM Team
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>> PINOCCHIO [December ‘13 - January ‘14] >> NOVEMBER [Highlights & Additions] >> DECEMBER >> JANUARY + 2014 >> YOUR VISIT to TOM The Old Market >> REGULAR EVENTS + HIRE TOM >> FULL SHOW LISTINGS Dates & Prices
TOM’s theatre family
Indefinite Articles in association with Scamp Theatre present:
“Wonderful work that celebrates the possibilities of theatre” Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
Inventive, visually & verbally witty with a big heart
28 Dec - 02 Jan
Steve Tiplady, as Geppetto, uses the objects of a carpenter’s workshop to tell the tale of the puppet that wants to be a real boy, and the puppet-maker who wants to be a real father. Pinocchio is carved on stage, brushes become a fox and the shadow of two saws transforms into a giant shark. An element of improvisation makes each performance unique to its audience. Puppetry, shadows, illusion and especially composed music combine to create a show with something for all ages. Since 1995, Indefinite Articles have given 600 performances in ten different countries. Pinocchio has been performed at the National Theatre, The Little Angel, The Lowry and The Lyric Hammersmith, plus festivals in the USA, France, Hungary, Croatia, Mexico and Edinburgh. “Truly magical…captivating…hauntingly real” The Scotsman.
PERFORMANCE DATES & TIMES Sat 28, Sun 29, Mon 30 December >> 2:00 & 4:00pm Tue 31 December >> 11:00am Thu 02 January >> 2:00 & 4:00pm
PERFORMANCE INFO TICKETS: £8.00 [£6.00 Conc. inc. Under 16s] RECOMMENDED: 4+ DURATION: Approx 1hr
NOVEMBER 2013 >> Highlights & Additional Events
[Feat: Highlights & Additional Events]
PLEASE NOTE: This section highlights key events in our November schedule. FULL LISTINGS are on pages 14-15.
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Copperdollar: The Back Of Beyond
Day Of The Dead party with immersive performance If you missed Copperdollar’s ‘Back of Beyond’ show at Glastonbury 2013, now is your chance to join in one huge celebration for Halloween and Mexico’s Day of the Dead. A visual feast of art and immersive performance with music from DJ stylus. This is a place you’ll never forget...
Mick Perrin Worldwide presents:
Fri 01 Nov | 8:00pm | £14.00 [£12.00] | Curfew 2:00am
Bo Burnham: What
“Masterclass in stand-up and musical and physical comedy” Independent After two smash-hit sell out runs at the Edinburgh Festival, Bo Burnham commences his second UK Tour featuring his signature combination of sophisticated wit, expert showmanship and breath-taking musical ability. “Wow. Bo Burnham is back, with a full-frontal assault of music and meta-comedy that leaves you gasping for air.”
The Bombing of the Grand Hotel: Rehearsed reading of the play Mon 25 Nov | 7:30pm | FREE
Guardian Wed 06 Nov | 8:00pm | £16.00 | Recommended 16+
theatre music TOM’s
NOVEMBER 2013 >> Highlights & Additional Events TOM, The Basement, Show and Tell & The Arches present:
“Tremendous piece of storytelling” Guardian BEATS is a coming-of-age story exploring rebellion, apathy and the irresistible power of gathered youth. With techno. Lots of techno. It tells the story of Johnno McCreadie, a teenager living in a small suburban Scottish town at the time of the 1994 Criminal Justice Act – a new piece of legislation which effectively outlawed raves, or “public gatherings around amplified music characterised by the emission of a succession of repetitive beats”.
“An outstanding show; clever, ruthless, compassionate and full of political insight. Takes the breath away” Scotsman
Following sell-out runs at Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre and London’s Bush and Soho theatres, Kieran Hurley’s astonishing mix of intricate, well-observed storytelling and exhilarating music and visuals, breaks out on tour. Both nights, BEATS will be followed by a uniquely-customised Stick It On night in TOM’s Bar; the music is provided by YOU. Fri 22 & Sat 23 Nov | 8:30pm | £12.00 [10.00] | Curfew: 12.30am
NOVEMBER 2013 >> Highlights & Additional Events house, Crying Out Loud and Pass present Collectif AOC & Barely Methodical Troupe’s:
K’Boum & Oversees [Circus Double-Bill]
The best of French and British contemporary circus
TOM, PBJ Management and The Comedy Unit/BBC Worldwide present:
In K’boum, watch as Collectif AOC transform the stage into a playground with four colourful French pranksters in this delightfully eccentric performance. BMX cycling, tomfoolery and break dance. // “Left the audience speechless,” L’Union. Barely Methodical Troupe is a brand new acrobatic tour de force. In Oversees Louis & Beren shock and delight with jumps, swirls and stunts that will have you on the edge of your seat. // “A class apart,” The Stage. Thu 14 Nov | 7:00pm | £14.00 [£12.00]
321 with Flange Krammer
and Rusty Dustin Madcap revisiting of the hit 80’s gameshow: the best in alternative and character comedy Ted Rogers makes a surprising reappearance alongside Olympic Skiing Sensation, Flange Krammer. 321 showcases the best in alternative and character comedy, delivering offbeat, raucous entertainment. An Edinburgh sell-out, 321 creates that 1980’s Saturday night feeling (on a Wednesday.) Wed 20 Nov | 8:00pm | £3.00 OTD | [+ regular Wednesdays]
NOVEMBER 2013 >> Highlights & Additional Events house in association with Tobacco Factory Theatre and Arts Council England present:
music family TOM’s
Blast Off by Kid Carpet
Adventure around a Rock ‘n’ Roll musical universe
The Noisy Animals are THE biggest band in the world. They are about to blast off into outer space on a mission to find their brand new sound for their latest hit album. What discoveries will they make on their travels? Will they get lost in a black hole? Why are ping pong balls flying around the room? Will they ever come back down to Earth? BLAST OFF! involves some very lo-fi technological wizardry, turning ordinary everyday toys into magical superstars with the aid of a video camera, lots of laughs, silliness and live music. // Fancy dress (astronaught costumes!) optional.
Sun 24 Nov | 4:00pm [50min] | £7.00 | Recommended age 4+
“Molotov Jukebox: world domination with
dancing and possibly sex...” Eddie Temple Morris, XFM If you haven’t heard of Molotov Jukebox, you’ve really not been getting out enough. They are a relentlessly fiery London-based 6-piece with a large home grown following and a rapidly expanding international fanbase, having played to packed crowds at festivals across Europe and the UK and whilst on tour in Brazil. Thu 21 Nov | 7:30pm | £10.00 | 14+ Only, Under 16s w/ adult
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Freshly Squeezed presents:
White Mink: Electro Swing Speakeasy “One helluva turbo-charged party”, Time Out
Zaza Music presents:
White Mink continues their exciting run of quarterly events at TOM; a total sellout every date so far. The sounds and styles of the 1920s and 30s turned on their head and smuggled into the 21st century. // ”Sublimely decadent” Clash. Fri 06 Oct | 8:00pm - Late | £14.00 Adv. | Age 18+
Homecoming winter tour to favourite venues & places After two and a half years taken up with Ragged Kingdom, the hugely successful collaboration with June Tabor, Oysterband evolve again to play the shows with a classic Oyster set and a taster of new songs from a brand new studio album to be released in January 2014. The winter tour ends with a big celebration here at TOM.
Sat 07 Dec | 7:30pm | £17.00
<< Full details on Pages 02 & 03
TOM’s theatre family
28 Dec - 02 Jan
DECEMBER 2013 comedy TOM’s
Spymonkey’s Love In
“Gloriously anarchic, constantly entertaining. Four of the greatest clowns working in Britain today.” The Times
Spymonkey turn cabaret on its head and deliver a non-stop list of outrageous favourites. You won’t believe you can laugh this much.
In the run-up to Christmas who doesn’t find themselves staring into an existential black hole asking ourselves “Oh sh**, is this it?”. Did you forget to say ‘I love you world’ this morning? Tony and Amanda, husband-and-wife founders of the global LOVE IN Organisation are here to help. With special instruction from Udo, Ober-Direktor of the Lachtherapieinstitut Austria, and Alfredo, sole proprietor of the ‘Love Inn’ Taverna, Gran Canaria (“We love to wink!”), they will guide you through a seminar of advanced seasonal LOVE IN techniques. Brighton-based but internationally renowned, Spymonkey have delighted audiences from Cirque du Soleil Las Vegas to Sydney Opera House and London’s West End with their hilarious, surreal and unpredictable brand of comedy theatre. This is a rare chance to catch the show that won the Latest Comedy Award at Brighton Festival 2011. “Spymonkey are very, very, very, very, very, very funny, and I’m not just saying that because I’m paid by the word. Monarchs of physical comedy”
The Age Melbourne Mon 09 & Tue 10 Dec | 8:00pm | £16.00 [14.00]
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Melting Vinyl presents:
A Night Of Winter with Patrick Wolf
Winter songs from Patrick’s songwriting, new arrangements and selected covers by other artists
Now back home in the U.K, after a mammoth 10 year anniversary World tour, Patrick Wolf plays a few shows around winter solstice. Within the last 10 years Wolf has collaborated with musicians such as Buffy St Marie, Angelo Badalamenti & Patti Smith. His band [Ben Nicholls, Victoria Sutherland, Willemwiebe Vandermolen] will be joined by special guests. Mon 16 Dec | 7:00pm | £14.00 Adv.
Claire Martin and the Montpellier Cello Quartet Benefit Concert for Brighton Women’s Centre Christmas benefit jazz concert // 40 Years of BWC Internationally renowned British Jazz Singer Claire Martin OBE and the Montpellier Cello Quartet are staging a Christmas Benefit Concert in aid of a local charity Brighton Women’s Centre, which has been supporting supporting women with vulnerabilities since 1974. The concert will raise vital funds to support their work and begin the celebrations of the 40th Anniversary of Brighton Women’s Centre. Thu 19 Dec | 7:30pm [Duration approx 3hr] | £20.00 [16.00]
Songwriters at TOM Every other month, The Men With Strong Arms put on some of the best Songwriters and performers from the local music scene and beyond in TOM’s Bar.
Tue 17 Dec | 7:30pm | £3.00 O.T.D
Daniel Bye in association with ARC, Stockton presents:
The Price of Everything [Daniel Bye]
“a thoughtful delight” Lyn Gardner, Guardian
Daniel Bye’s whistlestop tour of bizarre facts and impassioned arguments. How much is beauty worth? | What will people pay for an air guitar on eBay? | Can I have a glass of milk? These urgent questions and others are answered in The Price of Everything, a performance lecture about value. Daniel Bye’s whistlestop tour of bizarre facts and impassioned arguments is occasionally shambolic and often tendentious - but always a joy to watch. And you get a free glass of milk.
“The future of British theatre” Times. // Sunday Times. Thu 12 Dec | 7:30pm [Duration 1hr] | £8.00 | Recommended 14+
BIMM End of Term Show music
DECEMBER 2013 >> JANUARY + 2014...
Featuring original and creative arrangements by BIMM artists. Wed 11 Dec | 8:00pm | £2.00
// JANUARY & 2014...
Following TOM’s busiest year ever, we’re set to bring more of the best shows and entertainment to to Hove in 2014. See theoldmarket.com for more, or sign up for our fortnightly e-newsletter....
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Your Visit to TOM The Old Market...
// How To Book Tickets
// ONLINE: www.theoldmarket.com
Book tickets online and you will be emailed a booking confirmation immediately. This can be exchanged for your tickets either on-the-door or in advance when we’re open.
// IN person: 11a Upper Market Street
TOM’s Box Office is open every weekday from 1pm - 5pm. [If you can’t make those times, we’re also available in our upstairs office from 10am - 6pm weekdays; just buzz the office bell.]
// On The phone: 01273 201 801
For bookings, queries, carer comps or just to say hello, we’re on the other end of the phone from 10am - 6pm weekdays. Note: [£ConcESSION RATES] apply for Full Time Students, Over 65s, Long-Term Unemployed and Under 16s. Please bring proof of status.
“Lovely night, amazing vibe, brilliant people!”
Jonathan Wilson [Performed Jan 12]
// SHOW TIMES, Door times and Seating If not otherwise specified, shows and events at TOM are ‘unreserved’ [ie. sit where you like] or standing gig format. We open our doors at least 45min before the show start time, so please arrive early to choose your seats. // booking feeS Please be aware that fees do apply for card payments. No extra fee will be added to cash payments so for the cheapest tickets, visit us in person. Our opening times are 1-5pm weekdays, plus show times. // ACCESSIBILITY We aim to be a fully accessible venue. All on ground floor level are: Main House, Foyer, Bar, Box Office. Lift access: Toilets, Backstage. Please feel free to call in advance of your visit if you require any additional information.
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REGULAR EVENTS in TOM’s Bar // Venue Hire at TOM
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Belief in the value of design. Connect, inspire and create.
321 with Flange Krammer
Madcap revisiting of the hit 80’s gameshow with alternative comics.
The Drawing Circus
Themed, drop-in, sociable lifedrawing sessions. BYO materials.
Free, monthly photgraphy talks with special guest speakers.
Songwriters at TOM
Alt Folk, Americana and Blues with The Men With Strong Arms.
Creative meet-ups for Brighton’s contemporary craft scene.
Looking for a venue to hire? performances // launch events // conferences parties // presentations // ceremonies // showcases
Looking for a high quality venue for your private or public event? TOM could be the ideal location for you. Our 300500 Capacity Main House and 80 Capacity TOM’s Bar are both available for hire throughout the year. For the essential info about what TOM can offer, we hope our two hiring info packs online will help, then please get in touch.
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WHAT’s ON // times & tickets
01 FRI // 8:00pm // EVENT // copperdollar: the back of beyond // £14 [£12] 02 SAT // 1:00pm // MUSIC // Brighton Early Music Festival // instruments of passion // £12  02 SAT // 7:30pm // MUSIC // Brighton Early Music Festival // passion and the princess // £18.50 [16.50] 03 SUN // 8:00pm // COMEDY // Daniel sloss: Stand-up // £13.50 05 TUE // 7:30pm // MUSIC // Hawkwind: Performing “Warrior on the edge of time” in its entirity // £20 // SOLD OUT 06 WED // 8:00pm // COMEDY // Bo Burnham: What // £16 07 THU // 7:00pm // EVENT // engineering the climate: public debate on geoengineering research // FREE, Non-Ticketed 08 FRI // 5:30pm - 12:30am // MUSIC // Colour out of space 2013 // Festival Pass: £35, Friday Only: £12 09 SAT // 12:00 Midday - 12:30am // MUSIC // Colour out of space 2013 // Festival Pass: £35, Saturday Only: £15. 10 SUN // 12:00 Midday - 11:00pm // MUSIC // Colour out of space 2013 // Festival Pass: £35, Sunday Only: £15. 11 MON // 7:45pm // COMEDY // Stephen lynch live // £20 13 WED // 8:00pm // COMEDY // Amateur transplants: Adam kay’s bum notes // £14  14 THU // 7:00pm // THEATRE // K’boum & Oversees [Circus Double-Bill] // £14  15 FRI // 7:30pm // COMEDY // Paul foot: words // £12.50 16 SAT // 7:30pm // MUSIC // Ms mr // £11.50 17 SUN // 1:00pm - 7:00pm // Event // Brighton and hove black history month 2013 // FREE, Non-Ticketed 21 THU // 7:30pm // music // Molotov jukebox // £10.00 22 FRI // 8:30pm // THEATRE MUSIC // beats [Plus Postshow: Stick It On] // £12  23 SAT // 8:30pm // THEATRE MUSIC // beats [Plus Postshow: Stick It On] // £12  24 SUN // 4:00pm // THEATRE FAMILY // blast off! by kid carpet // £7 25 MON // 7:30pm // THEATRE // The Bombing of the Grand Hotel: Rehearsed reading of the play // FREE
PLEASE CHECK: theoldmarket.com for all our updates! 26 TUE // 7:00pm // EVENT // The drawing circus // £5 30 SAT // 7:30pm // MUSIC // The mojo fins + Apples & Eve + Special Guests // £10 
06 FRI // 8:00pm // MUSIC // White mink: electro swing speakeasy // £14 [Groups of 10 get 1 free.] 07 SAT // 7:30pm // MUSIC // Oysterband // £17 09 MON // 8:00pm // COMEDY // Spymonkey’s love in // £16  10 TUE // 8:00pm // COMEDY // Spymonkey’s love in // £16  11 WED // 8:00pm // MUSIC // BIMM Brighton: End Of Term Show // £2.00 12 THU // 7:30pm // THEATRE // The price of everything // £8 16 MON // 7:00pm // MUSIC // A night of winter with Patrick wolf // £14 19 THU // 7:30pm // MUSIC // CLAIRE MARTIN AND THE MONTPELLIER CELLO QUARTET // £20  28 SAT // 2:00 & 4:00pm // THEATRE FAMILY // PINOCCHIO // £8  29 SUN // 2:00 & 4:00pm // THEATRE FAMILY // PINOCCHIO // £8  30 MON // 2:00 & 4:00pm // THEATRE FAMILY // PINOCCHIO // £8  31 TUE // 11:00m // THEATRE FAMILY // PINOCCHIO // £8 
>> JANUARY + 2014
02 THU [JANUARY 2014] // 2:00 & 4:00pm // THEATRE FAMILY // PINOCCHIO // £8  Many of our events for 2014 are already online and on sale. For full listings, see www.theoldmarket.com or sign up for e-Newsletters.
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