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Make It Flow Festival

@St Gerges Church - 24/02 A unique celebration merging arts, crafts, and wellness. Engage in hands-on workshops, be inspired by keynote speakers, and explore your creative side. Perfect for families and individuals seeking a day of discovery and connection. Don’t...

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Gary Meikle – 6/2

This Scottish comedian has climbed the ranks to become an international sensation with his captivating sets and social media rants. After making crowds roar with laughter around the world he returns to Brighton with his new show, Facts, offering his take on them...

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Rockinghorse Charity Comedy – 6/2

You won’t want to miss this amazing line-up of some of the best comedians on the circuit raising money to help support children and their families throughout Sussex. The bill includes Joe Wilkinson, Katherine Ryan, Maisie Adam, Suzi Ruffell, Jen Brister and Tom...

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Naomi Wood: Gobbess -22/2

This performance artist presents a show where storytelling and poetry combine with aerial arts, circus and music to tell a story of rage and becoming. Tonight she tells a personal story about the nature of creativity, identity and self-expression in the social...

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The Forge Comedy

8/12. Stephen Grant presents a special Christmas party featuring Rob Deering and Jimmy McGhie. Find out why it was voted Chortle’s Best Pro Comedy Night 2023 in the South. Enjoy a meal from The London Pie & Mash Company along with a drink included with your...

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Horrible Christmas

16/12. From Victorian villains to Medieval monks, this show promises to be a hair raising adventure through the history of Christmas in a way that only Horrible Histories can do. Celebrate the festive season in the company of Charles Dickens, Oliver Cromwell and St...

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Komedia New Year’s Eve

31/12. See in the New Year in style with the very best comedians on the circuit, a glass or two of bubbly and some delicious food. This year’s acts include radio presenter Paul McCaffrey, rising star Mamoun Elagab and Alistair Barrie with Laura Lexx as MC....

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Solve-Along-A-Murder-She-Wrote

22/11 This interactive show continues its residency with a screening of the Murder She Wrote episode, A Christmas Secret. An hilarious night that features games, prizes and audience participation was rated one of the Time Out 50 Great Nights Out in London in 2019...

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Adam Rowe

10/11 The host of the hit podcast, Have a Word, and star of Live At The Apollo is back with a new stand-up show. This is a hilarious insight into the mind of a hypochondriac and one of the fastest rising comedians on the planet. ...

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Micky Flanagan

2-4/11 The hugely popular comedian and TV regular from East London returns with a brand new show this year. If We Ever Needed It…. deals with Micky unbelievably turning 60 and covers many adult themes including having sex with his glasses on and old school alumni. ...

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Tigers!

17/10 Curator of Natural Sciences, Lee Ismail looks at some of the tiger specimens at the museum. This is a fascinating journey through the history, biology and conservation concerns and successes of these beautiful creatures within the confines of one of...

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Skip’s Family Workshop

14/10 A long standing feature of the Theatre Royal, these fun family workshops let parents and children alike to take a break and spend some special time together. Today they will be exploring the miniature world of The Borrowers with plenty of enjoyable activities...

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Bring Your Own Baby Comedy

10/10 New parents deserve a laugh too and the Uk’s premier baby-friendly comedy club understands that. Winner of the Best Bring Along Baby event at the 2019 HOOP Awards, enjoy an afternoon of the finest stand-up without the worry and expense of a babysitter....

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Adrian Edmondson

26/10 Best known for co-creating and playing Vyvyan, the anarchic punk in The Young Ones, Edmundson has become a comedy legend. Tonight he looks back on his life with star-studded anecdotes and a healthy dose of nostalgia to celebrate the release of his memoir....

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Stephen Kamos: Oxymoron

20/10 After treading the boards in the West End version of My Fair Lady, Amos is back with a brand new show. Fresh from a sell out tour in Australia and America he will find the funny in the various crises we have all been experiencing....

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Blood Brothers

03-07/10 Opening in 1988, Willy Russell’s legendary play has enjoyed tremendous critical acclaim across the globe and won many awards including 7 Tony Awards. It tells the captivating tale of twins who, separated at birth, grow up as opposites only to meet again...

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Ocean Film Festival World Tour

28/9  This new collection of the world’s most incredible ocean films features a selection of short films that combines breath-taking marine life and wild seafaring journeys. Meet the surfers, paddlers, divers and scientists who have dedicated their lives to...

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Puccini’s La Boheme

18/9  Puccini’s tragic story of doomed love among the impoverished Bohemians of late 19th century Paris is brought to the stage of the Old Market by director Valeria Perboni and includes a chamber orchestra. Thrilling and passionate, this captures the raw,...

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Grayson Perry

17/9  In his new show, Grayson Perry asks the question ‘What makes you, you?’ The artist, writer and broadcaster takes a unique and mischievous look at the nature of identity in this new show that will make you laugh, shudder and reassess who you really are....

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The Hound of the Baskervilles

10/9  This innovative production of the classic Sherlock Holmes mystery will make for an unforgettable afternoon of theatre. The new, improved version is returning to the Brighton Open Air Theatre courtesy of British Touring Shakespeare, who have won critical...

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The Young Playwright’s Showcase

7/9  The Brighton College Drama Department presents its inaugural Young Playwrights Showcase. Four pupils have found the time and inspiration to write one act plays and will see them performed this evening. Each play addresses current issues in their own comic,...

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The Improvised Shakespeare Show

6/9  Shakespeare hasn’t written anything new for ages so theatre company ShakeItUp thought they would give him a hand. Using his original language, suggestions from the audience and their overactive imaginations, they create a brand-new play complete with live...

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25/7 A Curator’s Choice

The latest in a series of pop-up talks about the collections and behind the scenes work by Brighton & Hove Museums staff welcomes Martin Del, Curator of Fashion & Textiles. Join him as he tells the fascinating story behind his favourite piece in the costume...

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15/7 Constable’s Colliers

This painting of labourers and fishermen by John Constable was rediscovered in 2017 and is now on display to the public for the first time ever in the Royal Pavilion. It was previously completely unknown to art experts and belonged to French collector, Camille...

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13/7 The Scents and Colours of Summer

Join Rob Boyle, Head Gardener at Preston Manor as he takes you on a tour packed with surprises around scent, colour and sheer visual spectacle. Discover a dazzling riot of sensation in the surrounding of these beautiful gardens including the coral-coloured flora of...

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12- 15/7 The Madness of George III

King George III is unwell and his behaviour is becoming increasingly erratic so doctors are brought in to administer treatments whilst the Prince of Wales prepares to manoeuvre himself into power. Sarah Mann Company bring their unique style to this adaptation of...

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11/7 A Year in Conservation

Join Andy Thackray and the Conservation team at the Royal Pavilion as they talk about the most recent projects they have been involved in. They will showcase the special techniques used in the restoration of the Tomkison Piano and the Royal Pavilions Pagoda...

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6/7 Origami Workshop: Paper Wings

Hove Museum of Creativity gives you the opportunity to get creative using the ancient Japanese art of paper folding. You will be encouraged to experiment with different types of recycled paper to create a unique set of birds that will be gathered into a mobile....

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Don’t Rock The Boat

Words by Kairen Kemp Discover’s Kairen Kemp experiences an intimate theatre event on the Brighton Fringe Festival. The Rotunda is an intimate theatre space which enhances the minimalist setting of this theatre piece written by Louis Cavalier who also plays Daniel...

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Komedia

There is so much on at this landmark Brighton comedy venue - if it’s laughter you’re after, then look no further than the Komedia. Winner of the Chortle Award for Best Comedy Venue in the South a whopping 17 times, the Komedia has an amazing array of comedy and...

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