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Brighton Film Festival

19th November

4pm 6pm

23rd November

7pm

26th November

2pm 2.45pm 4.30pm 6pm 8pm

30th November

7pm



3rd December

2pm 4pm 6pm 8pm

Tickets:
£4 (or FREE where stated)

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Brighton Film Festival

presented by Cinecity at the Nightingale

This year, Cinecity has put together a goody-bag of films for the Nightingale - a mix of Super 8, 3D, pop promos, animation, artists’ cinema and films by Brighton film-makers...

NOVEMBER

19th Nov - Small Wonder (4pm) and Dirt (6pm)

23rd Nov - Inter-Action Animation (7pm)

26th Nov - Man Who Touched the Sky (FREE - 2pm), Short Dramas (2.45pm), Experimenta (4.30pm), An Imagined Country (6pm), and Squint (8pm)

30th Nov - From Slapstick to Horror (7pm)

DECEMBER

3rd Dec - Reel Life: Documentary Shorts (2pm), The Olyssey & The Silence (4pm), Stereoscope III (6pm) and Short Dramas 2 (8pm)

The Passion of the Pole

18th November

8pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

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The Passion of the Pole

A show by Tom Marshman, Produced by Clara Giraud

Clinging to a dancing pole, a sentimental character exposes itself to you, with layers of issues, a crude honesty, and a wincing humour.

In this controversial performance, Tom Marshman confronts taboos of mental disorders and religion - the pole becomes a crucifix: a site for Tom to expose and execute his anxieties.

Unapologetically sentimental, and loveable for it

Venue Magazine

An incredibly charming and compelling performer who gives very evocative glimpses into everyday things

Tanuja Amarasuriya, Creative Producer, Theatre Bristol

One of the most exciting things about Marshman's work is his ability to pick a seemingly small subject and peel back the layers to expose something unexpectedly profound

The Big Issue

The Art of Losing

15th and 16th November

8pm

17th November

*please note change of time* 7.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£5

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The Art of Losing

SUDS Theatre, written by Florence Hope and directed by Jess Duxbury

A girl is swallowed by a time machine. A man loses his right arm and his sense of humour seems to vanish alongside it. A powerful magician irrevocably disappears the most important thing he has ever known.

The Art of Losing is a series of monologues, duologues and stories-told-backwards centred around the themes of loss and magic. Set in an ever-so-slightly strange world where nothing is taken for granted and anything can vanish, the new offering from SUDS Theatre explores how a series of slightly odd characters react when everything goes a little bit sideways.

Beautiful, enchanting and thoughtful

**** ThreeWeeks

Highly creative…SUDS Theatre Company whisks the audience away on an enchanting and thoroughly entertaining theatrical journey

**** Broadway Baby

The Mercy Seat :  Release

11th and 12th November

7.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

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The Mercy Seat :  Release

a No Agenda Theatre production

Andrew Allen directs Caron McNish and Christian Knight in a No Agenda Theatre production of Neil LaBute’s powerful drama that explores morality and questions our reactions to events beyond our control.

In the immediate aftermath of 9/11 Ben Harcourt finds himself in the New York apartment of his lover and Boss, Abby Prescott, his ringing cell phone a constant reminder of the family concerned for his welfare. Outside, an event has taken place that changed the course of history. Inside, Ben and Abby are making a decision that will determine their future.

Sharing of work-in-progress

10th November

6pm

Dining Room and Smoking Room

Tickets:
FREE

To book your free ticket please email simon@theplasticinemen.co.uk


Sharing of work-in-progress

with The Plasticine Men

L’Autruche (The Ostrich) is the new show in development from the award-winning company behind Keepers (‘a beautifully crafted piece of no frills physical theatre’ The Guardian). Set in the remarkable world of Le Hameau de la Reine (The Queen’s Hamlet), L’Autruche is a story about a doomed escape from a palace to a pigsty and hiding your head in the ground during an earthquake; of being destiny’s plaything, and clutching your toys whilst careering towards a cliff edge…

Join the company in the studio at the end of their first R&D period to see some short, loose beginnings of material and ideas, and to talk with the ensemble about their discoveries and plans for the work. By 7pm at the very latest, you’ll be free to wend your way home for dinner, or carry on some chat with The Plasticine Men in the pub.

R&D supported by Arts Council England, The Nightingale Theatre, The Junction, and The North Wall Arts Centre.

Kalashnikov: in the Woods by the Lake

4th, 5th, 6th November

7.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£10/£8

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Kalashnikov: in the Woods by the Lake

Pursued by a Bear Productions: A world premiere by Fraser Grace

Presented by Pursued by a Bear Productions in association with BT Studio, Oxford Playhouse and supported by the Mercury Theatre, Colchester

A provocative new drama about Mikhail Kalashnikov: inventor of the world-famous AK47 assault rifle and a decorated Soviet hero.

In the dark woods of a fairy tale Russian landscape, a young journalist seeks out the legendary Kalashnikov in his remote dacha. At first the stranger is welcomed by the General and his protective daughter but as night falls and the vodka flows, truths are revealed and events are triggered that no one can control…

Please note, there is cigarette smoking during this performance

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