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DOUBLE BILL - Origo and Bélaműhely

2nd and 3rd November

7.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£10/£8

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

DOUBLE BILL - Origo and Bélaműhely

Kata Kántor and Bélaműhely

A multi- award winning double-bill performance of dance and music fresh from Budapest Fringe. "Origo" will be followed by a musical concert by Bélaműhely

Accomplished Hungarian dancer and choreographer Kata Kántor brings Origo to the Nightingale. Origo is a performance which illuminates different life experiences and emotional conditions - love, fight, mourning, games, work, madness, calmness, person and Universe, birth and death - through touching personal stories. The musicians are an integral part of this work. Bélaműhely is a new Hungarian music company who create experimental instruments by recycling materials and consumer goods.

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We Are No Heroes

29th October

Book in at the Nightingale point at Jubilee Square up to 15 minutes before each trail.

Trail A 20:30 - 21:30

Trail B 22:15 - 23:15

Trail C 00:00 - 01:00

Tickets:
FREE

Places are limited to 25 audience members.

WHITE NIGHT

We Are No Heroes

Sean Tuan John

The Nightingale’s off-site celebrations for White Night

Join 3 disgruntled superheroes on mobility scooters on a delightfully kitsch journey through Brighton where our dejected superheroes grapple with darkly humorous memories of their You(R)topias: heroism, consumerism and domesticity, providing some wonderful synchronized mobility scooter routines along the way. The guided performance trail starts at Jubilee Square and concludes in the perfectly serene surroundings of the Nightingale…but expect a surprise!!

Meet in at the Nightingale Meeting Point in Jubilee Square up to 15 minutes before the start of each trail

Places are limited to 25 audience members

Sean Tuan John may yet be to choreography what Dylan Thomas is to poetry.... raw, bawdy, imaginative and often attractively subversive.

The Guardian

The Gilbert and George of the dance world

The Observer

Humourous, intelligent and performed with an infectious precision and honesty

The Times

www.seantuanjohn.com

The Unbuilt Room

29th October

7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm, 8.30pm, 10.15pm, midnight

Dining Room

Tickets:
FREE - book online or at the Nightingale up to 15 minutes before the performance starts

Running time 20 mins, audience limited to 5 per performance

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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

White Night

The Unbuilt Room

Seth Kriebel

This unique show - part performance and part game - returns to The Nightingale in an all-new version.

The Unbuilt Room explores how places create memories … and how memories create places. Small groups of players wander through rooms real and imagined to explore a version of The Nightingale which probably doesn't exist.

There are but a few theatrical productions that can combine humour and entertainment with the profound, this is one of them.

Brighton Magazine

It is a piece of promenade theatre you undertake without lifting a finger, and gaming-inspired performance in its purest form.

arts journalist Bella Todd

www.sethkriebel.wordpress.com

The Department of Unreliable Memoirs

29th October

from 7.30pm - 1am

The Office (Nightingale)

Tickets:
FREE - book online, or at the Nightingale in advance of your performance slot

Appointment time: 5 mins. Single consultations only.

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

White Night

The Department of Unreliable Memoirs

Rachel Blackman & Emma Kilbey

In celebration of the lifting of the Ban on Dubious Facts, The Dept of Unreliable Memoirs has recently reopened its Brighton bureau! Make an appointment with our helpful hostesses to retrieve a half forgotten moment, from a past you may well have had.

The Department of Unreliable Memoirs is an intimate encounter for one audience member. It invites you into a little world of shifting memory, secret lives and mischief.

PERFORMANCES: Running throughout the night from 7.30pm – 1:00am

This is a performance for one audience member at a time

29th October

Various times (please check listings below)

A performance trail from Jubilee Square to the Nightingale

and at the Nightingale

Tickets:
FREE


White Night - YoU(r)topias

Celebrate with the Nightingale and mavericks Sean Tuan John, Seth Kriebel, and Rachel Blackman and Emma Kilbey

Enjoy the White Night celebrations and join in the shenanigans with three playful performances focused around the Nightingale, responding to the theme YoU(r)topias.

Welsh performance artist Sean Tuan John will perform three promenade performance trails through the streets of Brighton beginning on Jubilee Street and making his way to a finale at the Nightingale; the inimitable Rachel Blackman and Emma Kilbey offer an intimate encounter for one audience member at a time; and Seth Kriebel returns with the much applauded “The Unbuilt Room”.

Places for all performances are very limited. Some bookings can be taken online through this website before the event (see listing details below)

Tom Thumb

22nd October

2pm and 4pm

23rd October

11am

Dining Room

Tickets:
£8/£6 or £12 for adult and child together

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

Tom Thumb

A performance suitable for children over 5 years presented by LYNGO theatre company

A wee wonder and half-term treat, Tom Thumb is a captivating and wonderful one man show for children aged 5- 8 and families, performed by Patrick Lynch (currently appearing in CBBC's Razzle Dazzle)

It is a story about being afraid. "How can you sleep? I can't. It must be because I'm scared." says Tom to his six elder brothers when he hears the ogre coming up the stairs. It is a story about hunger, which Toms' parents know all about as they try to lose their own children in the forest. It is also a story about playing and about being curious, which Tom does better than anybody.

Another fantastic show for very young ones, this is an utterly enchanting ...

The Evening Standard

exelunt show’, from Abigail, age 7, front row with hie hill shoes...who touched the cows head.

Audience Comment

Oscar loved the things you have made, Georgia loved the way it was life-like and mysterious, Pete loved the snow-tree, I loved the music and the beautifully put together whole.

Audience Comment

www.lyngo.co.uk

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