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Jesus Queen of Heaven

14th and 15th April

8pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
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Presented with Pink Fringe

Jesus Queen of Heaven

Jo Clifford

Jesus is a transsexual woman. And it is now she walks the earth.’

This is a play with music that presents her sayings, her miracles, and her testimony. And she does not condemn the gays or the queers or the transwomen or the transmen, and no, not the straight women nor the straight men either.

Because she is the Daughter of God, most certainly, and almost as certainly the son also. And God’s child condemns nobody. This is a play driven by the idea that we are not just material beings, we are spiritual also. As well as sexual.

Originally commissioned by Glasgay Festival in 2009.

A beautiful, sensitive, honest and mind opening piece of theatre.

Audience Comment

We loved it. We thought it had real spiritual quality and that it was a genuine religious experience with deep Christian content, and we enjoyed it very much.

Audience Comment

www.teatrodomundo.com

The Growing Room

11th, 12th,13th April

7.30pm

Dining Room

Photo: Greg Allum

The Growing Room was developed with the invaluable assistance of The Nightingale Theatre, Brighton Dome and Festival, Arts Council England, Brighton and Hove City Council, South Street Reading and Camden Peoples Theatre.

Tickets:
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The Nightingale presents

The Growing Room

Stillpoint

The Growing Room tells the tale of three unlikely people coming together in love: Andrea who’s scared to love, her daughter Carla, who's in love with danger and a charismatic man who comes crashing into their lives and changes their world for ever.

The Growing Room is a richly drawn, poetic and provocative solo piece about how love never comes in quite the shape you ordered. Loosely inspired by Brian Eno’s Reasons for Optimism Symposium at Brighton Festival 2010, The Growing Room is a love letter to humanity’s ability to keep hoping even when the odds aren’t great.

The Growing Room forms one part of Stillpoint's Triptych: Three Attempts at Love. A collection of non-sequential solo works on the theme of the struggle to love. Written, conceived and performed by Rachel Blackman, directed by Emma Kilbey, additional direction and mentorship by Wendy Houstoun.

Lighting Design: Geoff Hense
Character Development: Lucinka Eisler
Sound Design and Research: Rachel Blackman and Ella Thompson

Intelligence and intuition used to dazzling effect.

The Argus

...an abiding image of life in all its messy, multi-layered wonder. Beautiful.

The Argus

Blackman is one to watch

Lyn Gardner

www.stillpointtheatre.co.uk

Shorts Showcase

29th March

7.15-9.45pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£5

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see Documentary Film Festival

Shorts Showcase

Includes the films:
Caring for Calum + Q&A
Bonnington Square + Q&A
Invisible Airs + Q&A

Caring For Calum

Bonnington Square

Invisible Airs

Brighton Film School Showcase

29th March

5.30-6.45pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
FREE - use the 'buy tickets' link to reserve your seat online

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SEE Documentary Film Festival

Brighton Film School Showcase

See Festival are happy to announce their new partnership with Brighton Film School who will be presenting a series of short documentaries in association with City College Brighton and Hove.

Now under new ownership, Brighton Film School is running both full time and part time courses in filmmaking and Acting for Camera shooting on both Digital and Super-8, 16mm and 35mm. These documentaries were influenced by the Direct Cinema of the Maysles Brothers' Gimme Shelter and Frederick Wiseman's Titicut Follies, all shot on Canon DSLR's.

University Showcase

29th March

1.30-5.00pm (30 min interval)

Dining Room

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See Documentary Film Festival

University Showcase

Brighton and Sussex Universities are pleased to present a showcase of provocative, entertaining and engaging documentary work by students. Both first time and more experienced documentary makers will exhibit their work.

These students are studying on a range of courses and the screenings show the diversity of styles and subject matter that undergraduate and postgraduate students are working in. After the screenings, there will be a Q&A session with the filmmakers and feedback from guest filmmakers.

Open Cinema

29th March

12.30-1pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
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SEE Documentary Film Festival

Open Cinema

In partnership with Shooting People and a multitude of accomplished filmmakers, Open Cinema teaches members the skills required to make short films based on their own ideas and experiences. Open Cinema is a nationwide network of film clubs programmed by and for homeless and socially excluded people. Each week participants watch the best in classic and contemporary cinema and work with professional filmmakers to create films of their own.

Open Cinema is unique in providing participants the chance to programme films they would like to see, meet the professional filmmakers that inspire them, and make films based on their own ideas and experiences.

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