- Thursday, September 25th, 2014
A quarterly event dedicated to the landscape, streets, myths & spirit of Brighton
The Wellsbourne returns after a nine month hiatus! Similar in set-up to the Catalyst this is a night dedicated to the spirit of Brighton with guest speakers, films, music and interviews based around a Brighton theme. This time we turn our attention to Brighton’s long and glorious association with theatre, with guest speakers exploring some of our theatrical history from the Hippodrome and Theatre Royal to the Nightingale, Marlborough and more besides. With special guest Frank ‘the film’ Flood, serving up another fabulous montage of Brighton theatre-themed film clips from the movies over his entertaining and witty commentary.
Dress code: luvvie.
Order a copy of my new book, The No9 Bus to Utopia at – www.drbramwell.com/books/no9-bus-to-utopia
Doors 8.00 Show 8.30 Price £6
- Friday, September 26th, 2014
Speaky Spokey – a literary cabaret entertainment of short stories, music, performance poetry and film. The launch of the newly published collection of 100 word short stories by Felstead and Waddell, House Paint and Other Stories: fun; entertaining; a bit weird? Bethan Roberts reading from her fantastic new book, Mother Island. Joan Ellis reading from her hilarious account of working in 90′s adland, I Am Ella, Buy Me The wonderful Bella Spinks, acoustic singer-songwriter of poignant and beautiful songs
Fantastic Indian street food by Spice Monkey.
Doors: 7.30 Show: 8.00 Price: £7/ £5cons – £15 food and show