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Opus Pericardium - Sarah Harvey

12th September

7.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
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Opus Pericardium - Sarah Harvey

part of Brighton Digital Festival

Opus Pericarduim is a new piece of Sci-sound art that aims to unearth the vulnerability of the human heart by translating the rhythm and pulse of life through the digital data of electrocardiogram readings.

 Sarah Harvey, Tim Yates, Simon C Russell have collaborated with Professor Peter Macfarlane of Glasgow University ( Professor of Electrocardiology) and Richard Whale Senior Lecturer at Brighton and Sussex Medical School to produce this piece of work 

as part of Brighton Digital Festival.

Sarah Harvey, Tim Yates and Richard Whale will be holding a reflective talk about the project, the ideas that inspired the work the conceptual and ethical issues that were raised during the research as well as the progress and outcome of their research linking artistic practice to scientific research and the confluence of both The Sciences and The Arts. The audience will also be able to experience the heart sounds created during this project

. Opus Pericardium is generously supported by The Arts Council 
and Soundfjord and The Nightingale Theatre

.

An immersive and sensory experience.

Fluid Radio

www.sarahharveyartist.com

Short Cuts (work in process)

9th September

7.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
pay what you can on the door



the Nightingale presents

Short Cuts (work in process)

Excerpts of new work in first stages

A chance to see extracts of new work being developed by two companies. Afterwards, artists and audience will be invited to move to the bar downstairs and take part in a facilitated conversation about the work that has been presented.

MISS GIVINGS
A’ Nother Productions
A new one-woman concert play about a year in the life of a musical superstar-to-be, with songs by American legends Samuel Barber, Amy Beach, Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland and the Gershwins.
Anita’s just moved back home. Not to Mom and Dad’s, you understand, just out of New York and back to Peekskill – and it’s NOT an admission of defeat; just a strategy for recharging batteries and planning a new assault on Broadway.
www.debbiebridge.com

WORK IN PROCESS
Park Bench Dance Theatre
The stage is set with dining room furniture. Two women enter, they prepare for a lavish dinner party. Will anyone turn up? The work will look at the physical and social challenges of throwing a dinner party, and the possible character developments the party has on the hosts.
www.parkbenchdancetheatre.co.uk

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare

5th-8th September

7.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

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Independent and Community

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare

The Barefoot Players

William Shakespeare's classic Roman tragedy of politics, honour and betrayal is revived in a modern political setting.

Prime Minister Julius Caesar is at the height of his career, until a conspiracy is hatched by his cabinet to remove him from power. An intense dramatisation of the psychological struggle between the conflicting demands of patriotism and friendship, it is especially fitting for 2012, in which national events such as the Jubilee and the Olympics promote anxieties about leadership, economy and the future of the country.

Fantastically creative...enjoyable and engaging.

Whats On Stage

The Barefoot Players put a huge amount of effort into their work and leave no stone unturned when it comes to detail.

The New Current

www.barefootplayers.co.uk

I Heart Peterborough

31st August

7pm and 9pm

Dining Room

Contains strong language and sexual references

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

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Presented with Pink Fringe

I Heart Peterborough

Written and Directed by Joel Horwood

Fresh from a four-week run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Eastern Angles present an edgy new theatre piece.

Joel Horwood, creator of the highly-acclaimed I Caught Crabs in Walberswick, has come up with a darkly comic show which takes the form of a chaotic cabaret act fronted by Lulu a big bloke with a thirty-something son, six-inch heels, a dodgy wig and a riveting story to tell.

The father and son double-act are Peterborough born and bred. Both brought up in this overlooked city best known for its brickworks, railway station and passport office. In seventy minutes their family history is laid bare.

A frenetic story of growing up in a provincial city complete with wedgies in the school bogs and heavy petting at the lido!

Horwood has genuine comic flair

Evening Standard

...as sharp as a pin…exhilarating dialogue

The Independent

The Wife, the Woman and the Thieves

22nd August

from 7.30pm

The Grand Central

Tickets:
Free

Just turn up!

Independent and Community

The Wife, the Woman and the Thieves

Music presented at the Grand Central Bar

At the beginning there was nothing. Then The Wife, The Woman and The Thieves said: "Let there be music". And there was music. But before the music, the sound came: a clean, pure and beautiful sound.

Founded in 2010 in Novazzano (Switzerland), this band has its own particular way of approaching the Sound. The music is simple, but very sincere, conveying atmospheres and visual meanings. The Wife plays folk, the Woman plays blues, the Thieves play country, and the band plays acoustic rock with a little hint of world music - a perfect balance of usual and unusual instruments that will tickle your musical palate.

Foundry Folk Union

2nd August

8pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

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Presented by the Nightingale

Foundry Folk Union

Psychedelic folk and trad ditties

A dreamy evening of psychedelic folk and trad ditties about love, murder, revenge, lust and blackbirds.

With vocalist Eliza Skelton (creator of the acclaimed 'Musica Papillio' at The Royal Pavilion for White Nights, 2010), guitarist Paul Simmons (The Desperate Ones), Emma Kilbey (Radio City Theatre) and guests Simon Walker (Dexy's Midnight Runners) and Jim Whyte (Oddfellows Casino).

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