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The Third Annual SUSSEX POETRY FESTIVAL

8th and 9th June

See listing for times

Dining Room

Tickets available on the door, subject to availability (cash only please)

Image: © Sarah Cullen 2007

Tickets:
Weekend Pass: £20/£15 or £6/£4 for individual sessions.


Independent and Community

The Third Annual SUSSEX POETRY FESTIVAL

Various Events

Come and expunge the mouthfeel of the "jubilee" with super high volatility honey

The Programme:
FRIDAY JUNE 8th
5.00 Welcome drinks in The Grand Central
18:00 LEE HARWOOD, ELIZABETH GUTHRIE
20:00 NIELS FRANK (from Denmark, translations read by Daniel Kane), REEM KUBBA (from Iraq, translations read by Keston Sutherland)
22:00 RICHARD OWENS, JOW WALTON, VERITY SPOTT
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SATURDAY JUNE 9th
14:00 DREW MILNE LAURA KILBRIDE
16:00 SAM SOLOMON, PETER MIDDLETON
18:30 DAN SPICER, JULIE CARR, HOLLY PESTER
21:00 RALPH HAWKINS, LINH DINH
22:30 music by THE WEST HILL BLAST

Rules and Regs

28th and 29th June

7.30pm

the Nightingale

Tickets:
£7/£5

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Or call Brown Paper 24/7 on 0800 411 8881

Subject to availability there may be tickets on the door 30 minutes before the performance

Presented by the Nightingale

Rules and Regs

A research and development programme (4th - 27 June) culminating in public performances (28th and 29th June).

Four artists present new performance made by following the Rules:
Do not work in a studio.
Follow the yellow brick road.
The audience is your compass.
Now you see me, now you don't.

The artists:
Theo Clinkard (England)
Megumi Kamimura (Japan)
Jan Machacek (Austria)
Michikazu Matsune (Austria)

These artists - from different countries and with practices including dance, live art and live video - will all be in residence at the Nightingale throughout June. The rules were devised in response to the artists' practices with the goal of challenging their normal ways of working. The artists were not told the rules until the first day of the residency.

Rules and Regs is a development opportunity for making new work with the primary goal to explore artistic practice. This project is a co-production of the Nightingale (Brighton), Brut (Vienna), ST Spot (Yokohama) and Rules and Regs. It is funded by the production partners, Arts Council England and the Austrian Cultural Forum, London.

Unhappy Birthday

31st May

8pm


1st June

7.30pm and 9.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

BUY TICKETS

Or call Brown Paper 24/7 on 0800 411 8881

Subject to availability there may be tickets on the door 30 minutes before the performance

Presented with Pink Fringe

Unhappy Birthday

Amy Lamé

Amy Lamé invites you share her birthday. Morrissey- icon for the bookish, bespectacled weirdos of the world- is invited too. A seat is reserved for him... will he arrive clutching a bunch of flowers and a gift? Will he turn up at all?

Cake, quiffs and craziness collide in a flurry of balloons and beer, against a soundtrack of nostalgic teenage obsession.

Unhappy Birthday cracks open the cult of celebrity and fandom; flays fat, faith and sexual identity; probes the pains of growing up; and cross examines a curious nostalgia for a time that may never have existed except in the bedroom of our imagination.

Co-founder and hostess of the infamous club/collective Duckie, Amy creates a culture clash of party, performance and poncing about in her new show.

Created and performed by Amy Lamé
Devised with and Directed by Scottee
Supported by Contact and BAC

Surreal and delightful

The Guardian

Deliciously off the wall…heart rending yet affirming, infectiously dippy.

The Stage

www.amylame.com

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Under the Covers

27th May

8pm

Dining Room

Telephone Booking: 01273 917272

Suitable for ages 18+

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

Subject to availability, some tickets may be available on the door 30 minutes before the performance

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Brighton Fringe 2012

Under the Covers

Zoo Indigo

In an intimate, tender and humorous look at finding the right work/life balance, Zoo Indigo ask you to babysit as they virtually bring their babies on tour through live Skype video links.

The performance duo attempt to re-enact the movie star roles they aspire to with help from two flat pack daddies, but the day-to-day-ness of motherhood keeps interrupting.

The Oh F**k Moment

26th and 27th May

2pm, 4pm and 7pm

28th May

7pm

At The Writer's Place, 9 Jew St, BN1 1UT

Telephone Booking: 01273 917272

Suitable for ages 15+

Tickets:
£10/£8

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Brighton Fringe 2012 - OFF SITE

The Oh F**k Moment

Hannah Jane Walker and Chris Thorpe

You just f**ked up. Now what? Sometimes, f**k-ups are so massive, there’s no way back.

Hannah Jane Walker and Chris Thorpe examine the poetic guts of mistakes in a bundle of words and strip lighting. A Fringe-First winning conversation around a desk for brave souls to hold their hands up and admit they f**ked up.

The Boat Project - Ship’s Log

25th and 26th May

8.15pm

Dining Room

Telephone Booking: 01273 917272

Tickets:
£10/£8

Subject to availability, some tickets may be available on the door 30 minutes before the performance

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Brighton Fringe 2012

The Boat Project - Ship’s Log

Thirty Pounds of Bone

The Boat Project by Lone Twin returns to the city bringing with it Thirty Pounds of Bone performing The Ship’s Log, a collection of songs created out on the high seas.

A new song marks each stage of the boat’s maiden voyage. Presented in collaboration with Mary Hampton and members of The Electric Soft Parade and Brakes.

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